Wednesday, July 18, 2018

ETLAND Elephants def. NLEX Road Warriors, 75-60 (REPLAY VIDEO) 2018 Asia League Summer Super 8

2018 Asia League Summer Super 8 Updates & Results (July 18, 2018) GROUP A: KBL's ETLAND Elephants(2-0) defeated PBA's NLEX Road Warriors(1-1), 75-60 in the second day of the 2018 Asia League Summer Super 8 tournament on Wednesday at the Macau East Asian Games Dome.

The scores:


NLEX - Ighalo, Quinahan, Soyud, Tiongson, Buenafe, Marcelo, Taulava, Gotladera, Baguio, Uyloan, Tallo, Monfort.

Quarters: 18-16, 32-30, 57-47, 75-60. [FULL REPLAY VIDEO]

NLEX vs. ETLAND (July 18, 2018) Full Replay Video
by Asia League's Official Facebook Account

(July 17) NLEX Road Warriors def. Formosa Dreamers, 94-68 [FULL REPLAY VIDEO]
(July 18, Wed, 3:00PM) NLEX Road Warriors vs. ETLAND Elephants
(July 19, Thu, 7:00PM) NLEX Road Warriors vs. Xinjiang Flying Tigers

(July 17) Blackwater Elite def. Seoul Samsung Thunders, 78-67 [FULL REPLAY VIDEO]
(July 18, Wed, 7:00PM) Blackwater Elite vs. Guangzhou Long Lions
(July 19, Thu, 3:00PM) Blackwater Elite vs. Rizing Zephyr Fukuoka

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About Asia League
Asia League is Asia’s elite FIBA-recognized offseason competition platform for club basketball. It aims to raise the standard of basketball in Asia through the creation of high-level basketball tournaments involving the most elite teams from Asia’s top leagues (CBA, B.LEAGUE, KBL, PBA, SBL, and ABL). Asia League will host two international tournaments in 2018 – Summer Super 8 over July 17-22 and The Terrific 12 over September 18-23. All of Asia League’s events are recognized by FIBA.

To make Asia’s most exciting basketball games available to both live and broadcast audiences, these tournaments will be broadcast internationally through Asia League’s strategic partnership with online video and entertainment provider Tencent and local media partners across Asia.

About Summer Super 8
The Summer Super 8 will be staged over July 17-22, 2018 at the Macao East Asian Games Dome. The tournament hosts eight of Asia’s top teams—two from China, two from South Korea, two from the Philippines, one from Japan and one from Chinese Taipei, and will not host foreign imports.

(Group A) Xinjiang Guanghui Flying Tigers, Etland Elephants, NLEX Road Warriors, Formosa Dreamers
(Group B) Guangzhou Long-Lions, Rizing Zephyr Fukuoka, Samsung Thunders, Blackwater Elite

The tournament is a new platform for coaches and teams to develop youth talent and strengthen their rosters. Its primary aim is to establish a regional forum for professionals and players in Asia Pacific basketball to come together and showcase their skills. It will stage two activities for coaches and referees respectively—the Summer Super 8 Coaches’ Clinic and the FIBA Elite Referees Development Camp.


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