Kontinentals give CSB 53-point routing

All Kontinental players registered points in Sunday's game.

Kontinentals took vengeance on CSB last Sunday, giving them a sound 72-19 routing, one week after the team of international players had its second humiliating defeat in the 18th APAL regular season, and one week before the playoffs.

While it took Kontinentals about seven minutes to find its level, it became clear by the end of the first quarter that Sunday’s game was going to be the one in which their opponents would get the elusive 30-point blowout.

In the first quarter, CSB only managed to register 3 points while Kontinentals chalked up 13 in a game in which all Kontinentals players registered points.

Kontinentals gave the cheeky CSB, whose name is the first letters of a Taiwanese expression, the meaning of which is too rated for this forum, a 53-point trashing.

It was basket after basket as Tambi Mutharika netted 20 points, while Gordon Quick contributed 14 and took down 12 rebounds and Tom Seamans registered 13 points and 12 rebounds.

The lead widened further during the second quarter, with Kontinentals adding 25 point to its tally, while CSB only mustered 2.

The situation turned from desperate to hopeless for CSB during the third quarter as they made a paltry 9 as Kontinentals piled on 21 points. The teams added 13 and 5 points respectively in the final quarter.

Kontinentals piled on the defense and only three CSB players found the bottom of the net. Chou Fang-wei scored 15 of the team’s 19.

CSB had to contend with Kontinentals' tough defense.

Kontinentals enters the playoffs with a total of 333 points, and average of 41.63 points per game.

Mutharika is the team’s leading scorer with a total of 53, followed by Jamali Jack and Quick, who amassed 58 and 56 points respectively.

Jack secured the most rebounds –88—while Quick and Jon Hornblower, both securing 34.

Mutharika made 18 steals, with Miller, Jack and Don Singleterry, who returned to the United States after four games, each successfully completing 10 attempts.


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