Mono Vampire looks to get revenge on the Formosa Dreamers, as they host the Taiwan-based squad inside Stadium 29 in Thailand. Tipoff is 3PM local time.
Last year’s ABL finalists has had an incredible struggle to start the season, as the team stumbled out of the gate before eventually making a change to the World Import personnel. But despite the presence of former Defensive Player of the year Chris Charles in the lineup, it still has not fixed the offensive woes of Mono Vampire.
Inside the home of CLS Knights Indonesia, Mono Vampire was unable to mount a fourth quarter comeback due to several reasons. One of them was the slick surface of the gym, making them slip and slide all over the floor. However fact of the matter remains that Mono Vampire was down big at the start of the period and eventually fell to the home squad, 80-75.
Mike Singletary helped lead the rally back in the fourth quarter against the Knights before falling short. He has always been a proud competitor, so you have to believe that this losing is frustrating. He looked great against the Dreamers in their previous matchup, dropping 29 points, 7 rebounds and 2 assists. Look for Singletary to go even harder in Stadium 29.
The Dreamers on the other hand have been the surprise of the season, one of only two teams still undefeated this season. Their recent victory over Mono Vampire propelled them to win number 6, as they’ve found a nice balance between talented World Imports and great local support.
The Dreamers’ last victory came against Mono Vampire, where they led for majority of the contest. But Mono Vampire looked to make a last ditch rally down the stretch. They came so close to a a comebak, but a goaltend call on Charles and a missed triple by Singletary allowed the Dreamers to stay unscathed thus far this season, winning 71-66.
One of the leaders of the Dreamers has been World Import Malcolm Miller. The talented Import has embraced being a leader on the team, as he flirted with a triple double in the win versus Mono Vampire tallying 19 points, 11 rebounds and 7 assists. Miller has chosen his spots this season, sometimes taking over on offense and other times helping spread the ball around. What role will Miller embrace this match?
Mono Vampire is desperate to barge into the winning column, while the Dreamers look to stay undefeated. Can they get to lucky win number seven in their rematch against Mono Vampire?