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Fighters and Dragons win big in Bayon Cup

Fighters and Dragons win big in Bayon Cup

Leading title contenders Extra Joss Fighters and Smart Dragons won their opening matches in the Bayon Airlines Inter Club Basketball Tournament at the Olympic Stadium indoor arena on Sunday.

While the Fighters, last season’s CBL runners-up, got the measure of Guang Dong Chamber of Commerce 71-58, Smart Dragons recorded the highest victory margin so far in the competition by trouncing Zhong Yi Dong Li 69-22.

Sponsors outfit Bayon Airlines notched up their third straight win in Group A, beating Ty Fashzon 51-46 to be up and running with frontline teams like the Fighters and Dragons.

In Group B matches., An Hui Shang Hui beat Kun Zhou Ji Tuan 68-50 while Youth 157 downed Lan Chang Jiang Gong Cheng 48-32.


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