Alab goes to KL seeking stronger stranglehold on second spot
Norman Lee Benjamin Riego on Mar 04, 2018 02:45 AM
Justin Brownlee and Alab Pilipinas will be playing their first game since February 18
Game on Sunday at the MABA Stadium in Kuala Lumpur
2:30 PM – Alab Pilipinas vs Westports Malaysia
Alab Pilipinas has not played in two weeks in the 2017-2018 Asean Basketball League.
The Filipinos are hoping that layoff does not affect their scorching streak as the gun for a ninth win in a row at the expense of home team Westports Malaysia on Sunday in Kuala Lumpur’s MABA Stadium.
Renaldo Balkman, Justin Brownlee, and all of the Philippines are out to prove they are still in their groove starting at 2:30 PM. The game will be available via livestream and will air on a delayed basis at 8:30 p.m. on S+A and S+A HD.
Behind an eight-game winning streak, Alab now finds itself at the second spot right behind league-leading and defending champion Hong Kong (12-2).
Now, they want to keep climbing the standings up against the 4-10 Dragons who need a win to stay alive.
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