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Regional big guns blast Cambodian hoopsters

Regional big guns blast Cambodian hoopsters

Cambodia’s young and inexperienced side were out of their depth in the FIBA Asian Cup 2021 Pre-Qualifiers first round in Thailand’s Nonthaburi last week as some of the regions big guns posted blowout wins against the Kingdom’s hoopsters.

Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia all recorded triple-digit scores against the Cambodians, who with an average height of 5ft 11 in were outplayed in every aspect by the much taller opposition.

In the first three matches, Singapore won 129-47, Malaysia 104-43 and Indonesia 137-36.Cambodia were also beaten 58-69 by Brunei.

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