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Locals, imports in All-Star game

Davies Paints’ Janno Cunanan attempts a shot during Game Three of their CBL playoffs semi finals series at the Olympic Stadium Indoor Arena
Davies Paints’ Janno Cunanan attempts a shot during Game Three of their CBL playoffs semi finals series at the Olympic Stadium Indoor Arena. Pha Lina

Locals, imports in All-Star game

The Kingdom’s first ever All-Star game, featuring local and foreign players who took part in the just-concluded second season of the Angkor Beer Cambodian Basketball League, will be played from 3pm tomorrow at the Olympic Stadium Indoor Arena.

Mobile phone operators Smart, one of the co-sponsors of the CBL along with Pepsi, will sponsor this exhibition game pitching twelve of the best Cambodian players against a similar number of imports, besides providing uniforms to both the teams.

During the half-time break, there will be a dunking exhibition. There is no entry fee for spectators.

Team Rosters
All-Stars Cambodia: Ouch Phanat, Sok Tour, Sok Samnang, Phorn Rithysak, Monh Ratana, Kim Vengngoun, Pheng Darath, Hour Pichbounchour, Sovann Panha, Leng Ea, Kim Ran and Meas Ravuth – coached by Hun Chanthoeun

All-Stars International: Aimar Sabayo, Janno Cunanan, Stephen Siruma, Fred Babida, John Cornito, Carlos Gatdula and Joseph Cortez (PHI), Ben Laird (UK), Gabriele Castaldo (ITA), Jeff Kane and Steve Chunn (US) – coached by Chris Borja (PHI)

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