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CBA: Xinjiang shut down Bayi 102-83

01-05-2012 16:03 BJT

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Flying Tigers head coach Jiang Xingquan dropped Australian star Patrick Mills ahead of the game, but Gani Lawal took up the slack. Xinjiang set the tone of the game.

Bayi is suffering with a poor record of 6-11. Center Wang Zhizhi scored 24 points to keep the Rockets in contention.

The former Georgia Tech Yellow Jacket was stellar with 38 points and 19 points. Xinjiang pulled away in the second half.

Finally, the Flying Tigers walked away with a 102-83 win to improve to 10-7, while Bayi fell to its 8th defeat against Xinjiang in the last four seasons.

 

Editor:Wang Xi |Source: CNTV.CN

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