Tien Lei (Photo: SBL)
When you talk about Tien Lei’s slump, usually you would imagine a game which he score less than 10 points or something like that. However, Yulon’s defense took that to another level Friday night. Yulon stopped Tien from scoring, cruising to a 76-64 victory and regained the top spot on the standing with a 10-2 record.
Tien Lei set his career-low when he missed all eight field goal attempts and failed to score for Dacin, which lost its No. 1 seat with 10 wins and three losses, a half game behind Yulon.
Hsu Chih-chan’s four points and a game-winning block saved the day for Bank of Taiwan, which snapped its 8-game losing streak after a 91-89 win over Taiwan Mobile.
Yulon 76-64 Dacin
Yulon : Tseng Wen-ting 16p, Chen Chih-chun 15p+7a, Chou Shih-yuan 14p
Dacin: Chang Chih-feng 14p+9rb+5a, Su Yi-chieh 14p, Lin Yi-hui 13p
BOT 91-89 TM
BOT: Hsu Chih-chan 24p+9rb, Chen Shun-hsiang 21p, Lin Chun-feng 15p+5rb+6a, Chang Po-sheng 12p
TM: M. Boggan 22p+11rb, Hsu Wei-sheng 15p, Ouyang Ching-heng 15p