I’ve managed to get tickets to watch the WMD again and this time around, I have to do it alone because there’s no one that would want to go with me.
The WMD is currently on a 3 game winning streak and if they win against the Indonesia Warriors, that will be 4 in a row, a remarkable feat and none of the ABL teams have done it before.
On the right, captain of the team Guga Batumalai and Nic Belasco, warming up before the game.
Shee Fai, one of the local players and of course Brian Williams, a crowd favourite with him awesome 3 pointers.
The game tip off and this particular game against the Indonesia Warriors is much tighter than the one against the Singapore Slingers. Each of the team made baskets against each other although the Dragons were never behind, the 1st quarter ended with Dragons 22 Warriors 20.
In the 2nd quarter, the Dragons went on to take the lead by 9 points only for the Warriors to cut the lead back to 5 to end the 1st half. Chris Pacana in the photo managed to sink in twice during the whole game.
Half time approaches and the KL Dragons Facebook correspondence must be busy updating the scores.
The Dragonettes, by the courtside during the half time show.
Tiras Wade had a good afternoon with an overall score of 32, and most of that during the 3rd quarter but somehow we still only managed to lead 67 to 60.
Mario Wuysang from the Warriors had a pretty decent game as well that afternoon.
The last quarter was a nail biting one, with the Warriors only needed a 3 pointer to tie the game and they had several chances as well but in the end the Dragons managed to nick it by 82 to 79. It’s only my 2nd game and I can say ‘ I Love This Game!’.
More photos of the Dragonettes waiting for their dance routine but somehow didn’t managed to happen.
The Westports Malaysia Dragons are away at Saigon Heat this Sunday and the match is telecast live on Astro and they will be hosting the AirAsia Philippines Patroits next Sunday. Can’t wait to watch that match and this time, hopefully there’s somebody who will watch it with me.
If you like the Westports Malaysia Dragons, like their Facebook Page here and tickets can be purchase via their official website www.kldragons.com.