21 Sep 2014 - 19:00 HKT / 18:00 Local
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Saigon Heat
72 61
Indonesia Warriors
20 Sep 2014 - 20:00 HKT / 19:00 Local
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Laskar Dreya South Sumatra
70 90
Westports Malaysia Dragons
19 Sep 2014 - 20:00 HKT / 20:00 Local
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Singapore Slingers
66 63
HiTech Bangkok City
17 Sep 2014 - 20:00 HKT / 19:00 Local
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Indonesia Warriors
61 78
HiTech Bangkok City
14 Sep 2014 - 20:00 HKT / 19:00 Local
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HiTech Bangkok City
72 65
Laskar Dreya South Sumatra
13 Sep 2014 - 17:00 HKT / 16:00 Local
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Indonesia Warriors
89 88
Westports Malaysia Dragons
12 Sep 2014 - 20:30 HKT / 19:30 Local
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Saigon Heat
73 76
Singapore Slingers
10 Sep 2014 - 20:00 HKT / 19:00 Local
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Laskar Dreya South Sumatra
64 89
Westports Malaysia Dragons
7 Sep 2014 - 19:00 HKT / 18:00 Local
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Saigon Heat
82 85
Westports Malaysia Dragons
6 Sep 2014 - 17:00 HKT / 16:00 Local
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Indonesia Warriors
73 70
HiTech Bangkok City
5 Sep 2014 - 20:00 HKT / 20:00 Local
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Westports Malaysia Dragons
106 84
Laskar Dreya South Sumatra
3 Sep 2014 - 20:00 HKT / 19:00 Local
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Indonesia Warriors
65 62
Singapore Slingers
3 Sep 2014 - 20:00 HKT / 19:00 Local
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Laskar Dreya South Sumatra
58 92
HiTech Bangkok City
31 Aug 2014 - 16:00 HKT / 16:00 Local
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Singapore Slingers
78 75
HiTech Bangkok City
31 Aug 2014 - 15:00 HKT / 15:00 Local
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Westports Malaysia Dragons
97 63
Indonesia Warriors
30 Aug 2014 - 19:00 HKT / 18:00 Local
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Saigon Heat
75 65
Laskar Dreya South Sumatra
29 Aug 2014 - 20:00 HKT / 19:00 Local
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Indonesia Warriors
88 72
Westports Malaysia Dragons
28 Aug 2014 - 20:00 HKT / 19:00 Local
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HiTech Bangkok City
61 57
Saigon Heat
25 Aug 2014 - 20:00 HKT / 19:00 Local
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HiTech Bangkok City
61 53
Indonesia Warriors
24 Aug 2014 - 16:00 HKT / 15:00 Local
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Laskar Dreya South Sumatra
62 77
Singapore Slingers

Sunday, May 29, 2011, Pasig City – The Westports KL Dragons may have been trounced by Smart Gilas-Philippines, 95-64, but gained a lot despite the loss in their first game in the 2011 FIBA Asia Champions Cup at the Philsports Arena in Pasig City.

The Dragons had a good first half keeping them in the game within shouting distance to the surprise of the Smart Gilas Philippines national team before sputtering in the second half.
 
Dragons coach Ariel Vanguardia said that it was a learning experience to the players.
 
“I’m happy with the way we played,” said Vanguardia. “This is our first real game since our tune-up game against a local professional team here. We have only been together for three weeks but we really played well.”
 
“This is a good opportunity for us since we are playing with the best club teams in Asia. This is a part of the growing pains because we are a young team,” said Vanguardia.
 
Vanguardia said that the Westports KL Dragons and the Malaysian national team are emulating the style of most of the national teams in Asia including Smart Gilas where they start the players young and develop them for the next years.
 
“We are following the formula of most national teams. Keep them intact for the next few years and see them grow,” said Vanguardia.
 
American import Chris Ayer had a game-high 31 points while Marcus Morrison added 15 points. The locals also did a good job with Yoong Jing Kwaan scoring seven points and Guganeswaran Batumalai adding five markers.
 
The Filipino fans expected a blowout especially when the Dragons were down, 10-0. But the Malaysians had other plans as they kept themselves in the game. A two-point basket by Shee Fai Loh started a Malaysian run to trail by only five points, 15-20.
 
The Dragons continued to stay in the game with Yoong Jing Kwaan making his presence felt inside along with Ayer, who had 13 rebounds to lead the team. Yoong made it a 38-39 score with a rebound putback before Morrison making two free throws to end the first half ahead, 40-39.
 
Ayer continued to score with a jumper for a 42-39 lead to start the third quarter but that was the time Smart Gilas pulled away outscoring the Dragons, 26-9, in that period.
 
It was garbage time for Smart Gilas in the fourth but the Dragons remained their hustle plays down the stretch knowing that every minute is important to their campaign.
 
“It’s a young team, we have a lot of new guys but with the way we played, I’m happy with it,” said Ayer.
 
“I hope this game will boost our confidence as we try to seek a slot in the quarterfinals,” said Vanguardia.
The Dragons will next face Duhok-Iraq on Monday 4 p.m. Manila time.
 
 
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