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Bowman late show Dragons slay Bayon in overtime

Bowman late show Dragons slay Bayon in overtime

After a dramatic 60-60 tie at the end of the fourth quarter, Smart Dragons outscored unbeaten Bayon Air 17-5 in over time to post a 77-65 win in the Bayon Cup inter-club basketball tournament at the Olympic Stadium Indoor Arena on Sunday.

Bayon Air led by varying margins in the first three quarters but a strong showing from American Craig Bowman in the final quarter and the ensuing overtime tilted the scales in favour of the Dragons.In Group B, An Hai SH had
total control over De Fu Zhi Yi, winning 67-56.

In other games, all-Cambodian team Youth 157 overcame Kun Zhou Ji Tuan High School 71-62 and Wat Kho beat He Nan Zhong SH 67-38. The Extra Joss Fighters posted another blowout in their game against Zhong Yi Dong Li, winning 107-26.


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