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Week 7 Updates

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Blue Raptors narrowly escape with 25-23 win over Lake Show Week 7 Damon Qiu scored 10 points to go along with eight rebounds as he helped guide the Blue Raptors to a narrow victory over the Lake Show 25-23. Ryan Tang added six points and eight rebounds for the Blue Raptors. Vincent Hsueh chipped in eight points, an assist, and two rebounds. Keylon Daniel grabbed 17 rebounds – eight coming in the first quarter alone – and scored seven points for the Lake Show. Jasper Lai and Ethan Yu both score eight points, respectively. Yu added six rebounds while Lai recorded an assist and three boards. The Blue Raptors close out the regular season next week against the Hot Cheetos while the Lake Show takes on the Green Monsters.

Bombers explode offensively, win 32-17 against Troublemakers Week 7 Jimmy Yang tied for a game-high with eight points for the Bombers to go along with two assists and six rebounds, helping his team secure the win against the Troublemakers 32-17. Connor Kung added six points and six rebounds while Max Dang scored four points and grabbed seven rebounds for the Bombers. Oliver Ng recorded eight points and nine boards for the Troublemakers. Ian Manalo scored four points and secured three rebounds. The Bombers look to finish their regular season with a flawless record when they take on the Lightning in Week 8. The Troublemakers close out the regular season against the Mini Mambas.

Lightning defeat Green Monsters 30-15, Voong secures double-double Week 7 Mason Voong scored 10 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to guide the Lightning to a 30-15 win over the Green Monsters. Preston Gittleman added 10 points for the Lightning while Austin Chung scored five points and secured 10 boards. The Green Monsters were led by Zander Cheng’s eight points and three rebounds. Sunav Subramanian added a pair of points to go along with three rebounds. Looking to the final week of the regular season, the Lightning close it out against the Bombers while the Green Monsters take on the Lake Show.

Mendez scores 17, guides Mini Mambas to win over Hot Cheetos 37-17 Week 7 Maximus Mendez scored 17 points and grabbed nine rebounds as he led the Mini Mambas to a convincing 37-17 victory over the Hot Cheetos. Aaron Wong added 12 points and six rebounds while Wyatt Yau recorded eight points and eight boards for the Mini Mambas. The Hot Cheetos were led by Alvin Chan’s eight points and 11 rebounds. Matthew Guan added three points, three rebounds, and the team’s lone assist of the game. Nathan Kwong scored four points. Looking to the final week of the regular season, the Mini Mambas take on the Troublemakers while the Hot Cheetos take on the Blue Raptors.

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Cory Zhang’s near double-double helps Lions overcome Hoop Force 35-29 Week 7 Cory Zhang scored eight points and grabbed nine rebounds for a near double-double to help the Lions win against Hoop Force 35-29. Zhang also recorded an assist in the first quarter. Dyan Li scored a team-high 11 points for the Lions while Grant Fohrer scored eight points. William Wei added six points to go along with five boards. Hoop Force were led offensively by Jordan Mak’s 12 points. Ethan Zhou scored just two points but grabbed an incredible 20 rebounds. Zhou also recorded an assist in the third quarter. Liam Voong scored five points, dished out two dimes, and grabbed seven rebounds. The Lions take on the Yetis next Sunday for their final game of the regular season while Hoop Force faces off against the Aces.

Lights Out put Aces to sleep with narrow 32-31 win; Easton scores 15 Week 7 Noah Easton scored 15 points to go along with an assist and three rebounds as he helped Lights Out escape the Aces with a close 32-31 win. Adam Leung and Emily Tang both scored six points for Lights Out, respectively. Tang also tallied four rebounds. The Aces were led by Andy Zheng’s eight points, two assists, and six rebounds. Jason Quan was the next man up with seven points and six rebounds. Austin Guo scored six points. Mason Calaunan, Jayden Ho, Julianne Lee, Maxwell Zhou, and Isaac Garcia all finished with two points apiece for the Aces, respectively. Looking to week 8, Lights Out takes on the Heat while the Aces face off against Hoop Force for their final games of the regular season.

Mamba Max rout Heat 60-20 behind Hsia’s 32 Week 7 Connor Hsia recorded 32 points, two assists, and seven rebounds, carrying Mamba Max to a dominating win over the Heat 60-20. Damian Hall added seven points to go along with three assists and 10 rebounds for Mamba Max. Maxwell Kuan scored 13 points and recorded two dimes and two boards. The Heat were led by Aiden Li’s 11 points and eight rebounds. Olivia Sieng added five points and three rebounds. The Mamba Max take on the Wildcats next Sunday for their final games of the regular season. The Heat face off against Lights Out.

Vuong’s 21 points carry Raptors to first win of season over Wildcats Week 7 In a heroic effort, Kenrich Vuong scored 21 points and grabbed eight rebounds to carry the Raptors to their first win of the season 31-16 over the Wildcats. Vuong scored over half of the Raptors’ points. Vuong exploded in the fourth quarter, scoring 10 points in the final five minutes while also grabbing two rebounds. Riley Romero chipped in with four points and seven rebounds. The Wildcats were led offensively by London Wong’s six points. Evan Chang, Evan Choe, Liam Fong, Noah Seo, and Zachary Yip all scored two points, respectively. Chang recorded the team’s lone assist of the game and secured six rebounds. The Raptors close out the regular season next Sunday with a matchup against the Orcas while the Wildcats look to get their head back in the game against Mamba Max.

Yetis defeat Orcas 66-28, win sixth straight game behind Rana and Li Week 7 Pranish Rana recorded 36 points and 10 rebounds for the surging Yetis, boosting the team offensively for a 66-28 win against the Orcas. Jacob Li recorded a near triple-double for the Yetis with 14 points, eight assists, and eight rebounds. Five of Li’s assists came in the final quarter alone. Luke Chang added eight points, four assists, and five rebounds. The Orcas were led by Emmit Yau’s 12 points and 6 rebounds. Graison Wu was the next man up with 10 points and three boards. The Yetis take on the Lions next Sunday while the Orcas face off against the Raptors for their final games’ of the regular season.

Division 6/7

Bruins survive Cream City with 29-27 win Week 7 Brandon Tsang scored nine points and secured two rebounds to help the Bruins survive against Cream City 29-27. Tsang scored seven of his nine points in the final quarter, splashing a three to start the quarter followed by back-to-back twos. Patrick Bone had seven points and five rebounds for the Bruins while Daniel Bai had three points and five assists. Cream City was led by Devan Ngan’s nine points and six rebounds. Logan Lu and Aidan Wu also scored six points each, respectively. Wu had eight rebounds. The Bruins take on the Eagles next Sunday while Cream City face off against Black Widow for their final games of the regular season.

Kai Taylor’s 26-point, 14-rebound performance leads Eagles over Thunder Dragons Week 7 Kai Taylor scored a game-high 26 points to go along with 14 rebounds to help the Eagles defeat the Thunder Dragons 40-37. Quentin Kurniawan of the Eagles chipped in with seven points and six rebounds. Darren Hoesan had five points, scoring a three-pointer and sinking a pair of free throws in the first quarter. Chalmers Xu had 19 points and 23 rebounds, almost achieving a rare 20-20 stat line. Jayden Calm had 12 points and four rebounds. Blake Newman recorded five points, three assists, and six rebounds. Connor Ng dished out three dimes and grabbed seven boards. Looking to Week 8, the Eagles take on the Bruins while the Thunder Dragons face off against Give No Quarter.

Give No Quarter prevails against Black Widow 40-34; Lee records double-double Week 7 Mason Lee had 12 points and 14 rebounds to help Give No Quarter secure a win over Black Widow 40-34. Andy Chan and Lorenzo Lascano both had eight points, respectively. Chan also recorded 12 rebounds and three assists while Lascano had two assists and three rebounds. Black Widow’s Logan Blythe had 13 points to go along with 18 rebounds while Matthew Phan had a game-high 15 points, three assists, and four rebounds. Looking to the final week of the regular season, Give No Quarter looks to take on the Thunder Dragons while Black Widow faces off against Cream City.

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Black Mambas rout Wolves 64-8 Week 7 Jacob Villavicencio dished out six assists and scored 11 points to help the Black Mambas defeat the struggling Wolves 64-8. Villavicencio also secured five rebounds. Tyler Tran had a game-high with 12 points to go along with two assists and six rebounds for the Mambas. Aeson Wu and Timothy Lu scored 10 and 11, respectively. Lu recorded six rebounds and two assists. Derek Wang had five points to go along with three dimes and eight boards. Maxwell Weng had seven points and five boards. The Wolves couldn’t get it going offensively, seeing only three players scratch in the scoring column. Arnel Brock and Tyler Yeung finished with three points each, respectively. Yeung secured seven boards. Iccauhtli Kinley had two points and three rebounds. Corey Hui secured four rebounds for the Wolves. The Black Mambas look to end their season on a perfect note next Sunday against the Tigers while the Wolves look for redemption against the West Coast Ballers.

Tigers survive late surge by WCB to win 49-48 Week 7 The Tigers survived a furious late-stage push by the West Coast Ballers’ Jayen Zhang to win the game 49-48, almost giving up the lead and going back to under .500 on the season. Zhang scored three three-pointers in the final quarter to help bring the West Coast Ballers back to within one but fell short by just a hair. Marcello Trieu led the way for the Tigers with 12 points, three assists, and eight rebounds – with two crucial assists in the fourth. Lincoln Pardini had a team-high with 13 points to go along with three assists and two boards. Joseph Stengel had 11 points while Jonathan Guerrero had seven points and two rebounds. The Ballers’ Timothy Kwan had a game-high 17 points while Zhang finished with 15 points – nine coming in the fourth. Jeronimo Moras finished the game with six points, two assists, and seven rebounds. Looking to the final week of the regular season, the Tigers look to close their season out strong against the undefeated Black Mambas. The West Coast Ballers will face off against the Wolves, also next Sunday.

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