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Home » Imports shine as Singapore Slingers down Thailand Slammers in ABL semi

453 views | February 2nd, 2011 Imports shine as Singapore Slingers down Thailand Slammers in ABL semi final playoff Story by Ian Chew. Photos by Vanessa Lim/Red Sports Top scorer Al Vergara (Slingers #19) scored 33 points in total. He had 10 field goals and made all 8 free throws. (Photo 1 © Vanessa Lim/Red Sports) Singapore Indoor Stadium, Tuesday, February 1, 2011 — Expect a fiery decider back in Thailand. That seemed to be the message sent by the visiting Thailand Slammers team after their bruising 76-90 loss to the Singapore Slingers in the second game of the ASEAN Basketball League (ABL) semi-final playoffs. The Slingers win evened the series up at 1-1. Slammers forward Piroon Piyapong, one of the better performers for his team, sent Slinger forward Leo Avenido sprawling with a physical foul in the last minute of the game with the contest virtually over. That petulant...

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