There’s been a lot of movement in the ASEAN Basketball League during this holiday break. The biggest move of all however, might be a hinted Heritage Import signing to one of the top teams in the league. All signs are pointing to Filipino-American Mikh McKinney signing with Chong Son Kung Fu Basketball Club. Continue reading Fil-Am Mikh McKinney to Chong Son Kung Fu?
I’ll be honest, I had no knowledge whatsoever about the basketball scene in Hong Kong. In retrospect, maybe I should have paid more attention.
Continue reading Season’s Greetings: Hong Kong Eastern Long Lions
The offseason made it look like a promising season for the Saigon Heat. They resigned Lenny Daniel, David Arnold, and Stefan Nguyen. They snapped Chris Charles. They got an exciting athletic wing in Joshua Munzon. They had a load of well-performing locals in the VBA to choose from. This was supposed to be championship-contending season. Which makes their three-game losing streak to start the season a bit surprising.
Continue reading Season’s Greetings: Saigon Heat
A weird start it has been for the defending champions of the ABL, but it’s only been two games. Hard to judge a team after only two games.
Continue reading Season’s Greetings: KL Dragons
I had my doubts on the Singapore Slingers before the start of last season in 2015. I had my doubts on the Singapore Slingers before the start of this season in 2016. After their first six games of the season, I have learned that I should never doubt the Singapore Slingers.
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It’s been far from an ideal start for the Kaohsiung Truth and they are hoping that a change of calendar will also mean a change of fate for the team in the remaining 17 games.
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Alab Pilipinas has had their ups and downs in their rookie ABL season. Let’s round things up and take a look at what’s in store for them in the New Year!
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