ABL News 2017: Alab Pilipinas exits Asean Basketball League

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APR 7 2017
Baliwag Star Arena
ABL News 2017 Alab Pilipinas exits Asean Basketball League

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ABL News 2017 Alab Pilipinas exits Asean Basketball League. Singapore Slingers slayed a spirited Alab Pilipinas squad, 82-64, in the Semifinals of ABL 2017 this Friday at the Baliwag Arena. Import Xavier Alexander backstopped the Slingers with 21 points, while Filipino reinforcement Josh Urbiztondo chipped-in 20 markers.

The fallen Alab Pilipinas five got help from Lawrence Domingo who dropped 18 points, while “The PhenomKiefer Ravena made most of his 16 markers in the third quarter. Rayray Parks was relegated to the injured list and failed to boost the short campaign of Alab.

The Slingers will move-on to the Semis while Alab Pilipinas will have to retool for ABL’s next conference.

SINGAPORE high scorers: import Xavier Alexander 21 Josh Urbiztondo 20 points

ALAB PILIPINAS high scorers: Lawrence Domingo 18 points, Kiefer Ravena 16 points.

Game details: Baliwag Star Arena, riday April 7, 2017. ABL Semifinals.

ABL News 2017 Alab Pilipinas exits Asean Basketball League

    Alexander 21, Urbiztondo 20, Howard 18, Kwek 10, Wong 8, Oh 3, Folkoff 2, Goh 0.
    Domingo 18, Ravena 16, Hughes 10, Carter 7, Celiz 6, Knuttel 4, Hubalde 3, Cawaling 0, Mendoza 0, Acuna 0.
    24-14, 47-29, 60-51, 82-64. ALAB PILIPINAS Wins

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