PATRICK Cabahug and Jerick Canada steered Hi-Tech Bangkok City to a 76-73 win over the Singapore Slingers on Friday and a berth in the Asean Basketball League (ABL) Finals.
Cabahug scored a team-high 26 points, while Canada chipped in 14 for Bangkok in the Game Two win at the OCBC Arena in Bangkok for a sweep of the best-of-three semifinal series.
The heroics of the two former Adamson stalwarts helped clinch Bangkok a Finals seat right in its maiden season in the league.
he OCBC Arena in Singapore in Game Two to clinch a seat in the Asean Basketball League finals.
Imports Chris Charles added 18 points and 13 rebounds while former PBA reinforcement Steven Thomas had 12 for Bangkok, which finished the eliminations at second place with a 14-6 win-loss slate.
Canada hit 23 markers in Bangkok’s 90-76 win over Singapore in the opener of the series.
Hi-Tech Bangkok City will face the winner of the other semifinal pairing between top-seed Malaysia Dragons, led by Fil-Tongan Moala Tautuaa, and the Saigon Heat bannered by Filipinos Froilan Baguion and Leo Avenido.
The Dragons currently lead the best-of-three series, 1-0, following a 108-90 win. They go for the sweep on Sunday in Ho Chi Minh City.
Tautuaa had 13 points, five rebounds, and three assists for the Dragons in Game One.