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March, 16 2012 09:34:52

Heat lose to Philippines Patriots

Vietnamese club Sai Gon Heat ended their three-match winning streak in the ASEAN Basketball League after losing 57-73 to the Philippines Patriots at Tan Binh Gymnasium on Wednesday.

The Heat rose to a 30-25 lead in the second quarter, but Rob Wainwright and Warren Ybanez fought back to give the Patriots a 34-30 advantage.

In the final quarter, the Heat's Noy Javier and John Smith both missed three-pointers as the Patriots continued to extend their lead.

The Heat will face the Indonesia Warriors at Tan Binh Gymnasium tomorrow.-VNS

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