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      Hong Kong Eastern Confirms Participation In ABL

      The ASEAN Basketball League continues to expand its reach outside of the Southeast Region, as it welcomes into the fold its newest team: Hong Kong Eastern. The team will be representing Hong Kong in the upcoming seventh season of the ABL. “We are pleased to announce our team will be participating in the ABL,” says Alan […] Continue reading
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      Taiwan’s Kaohsiung Truth Joins ABL as League Expands

      The ASEAN Basketball League (ABL), fresh from a record breaking attendance in the recently concluded 2015-2016 ABL Finals, has announced today that a team from Taiwan will be joining the league starting this 2016-2017 season. The team will be known as the Kaohsiung Truth. Playing out of Kaohsiung City, a special municipality in the southwest […] Continue reading
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      Trusting the Process: Mono Vampire Basketball Club’s First ABL Season

      “BIGGIE! Twoooo poooiiintsss!” The Mono Vampire Basketball Club’s arena announcer bellowed through the microphone. A stadium packed with students and basketball fans cheered as loud as they could for their home team. Drums were blaring, orange and black thunder sticks were clapping in the air, and huge smiles beamed all across the gymnasium. Mono’s Anthony […] Continue reading
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      Hong Kong Eastern Confirms Participation In ABL

      The ASEAN Basketball League continues to expand its reach outside of the Southeast Region, as it welcomes into the fold its newest team: Hong Kong Eastern. The team will be representing Hong Kong in the upcoming seventh season of the ABL. “We are pleased to announce our team will be participating in the ABL,” says Alan […] Continue reading
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      Arrival of the Lamb

      As a follower of the ABL, I have always been amazed by the excitement that Half-Filipinos bring to the region. Stanley Pringle, Chris Banchero, Moala Tautua’a to name a few. As a Thai native, I had always looked out for that illustrious Half-Thai basketball player who played in the NCAA that could come over and […] Continue reading