By: William Yen
The Braves trailed for much of the first half, falling behind 37-30 as American forward George Kell landed bucket after bucket for the team from Hong Kong.
But the Taipei team suddenly woke up, running off 10 straight points, culminating in a lay-up by forward Lin Meng-Hsueh (林孟學) and a three-pointer by former NBA star O.J. Mayo to give the Braves a 40-37 lead with around eight minutes left in the half.
The Braves never looked back after that and widened their lead to 98-84 with just under two minutes after a lay-up by Canadian center Gursimran-Sing Bhullar. [FULL STORY]