BOBBY Ray Parks had big contributions in Nagoya Diamond Dolphins' streak-extending win over Gunma Crane Thunders, 92-78, at Ota City Sports Park Citizen Gymnasium on Saturday in the 2022-23 Japan B.League season.
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Parks chipped in 11 points on 2-of-5 shooting from deep, to go with two rebounds and two assists as the visitors annexed their victorious run to three at 13-4.
Coty Clarke led Nagoya with 18 points, seven boards, and three assists.
Other Pinoys, though, weren't as triumphant.
Thirdy Ravena's best efforts couldn't halt San-En NeoPhoenix's six-game slump as they succumbed to Yokohama B-Corsairs, 93-73, at Yokohama International Pool.
The Gilas Pilipinas guard flirted with a triple-double with his 10 points, eight rebounds, and seven assists but San-En fell below .500 at 8-9.
Matthew Wright also drained two treys in Kyoto Hannaryz' 86-70 blowout loss to Alvark Tokyo at Yoyogi National Stadium 1st Gymnasium.
The Fil-Canadian gunner wound up with 10 points, three steals, two rebounds, and an assist in Kyoto's second consecutive defeat to sink to 7-10.
Injured reinforcements Kiefer Ravena and Dwight Ramos also remained on the sidelines in their respective teams' campaigns in varying success.
Shiga Lakes opened their brand new home turf Shiga Daihatsu Arena with a 69-67 nipping of SeaHorses Mikawa to raise their record to 4-13.
Levanga Hokkaido, on the other hand, fell to Shinshu Brave Warriors, 69-55, at Matsumoto City Gymnasium to drop to 5-12.
Justine Baltazar, meanwhile, barely logged a minute of play and ended up with two points in Hiroshima Dragonflies' 96-63 decimation of Niigata Albirex BB at Hiroshima Sun Plaza.
Hiroshima won four of its last five to climb up to 13-4.