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KBF: Tigers too much for Lions, Umoja beat Zetech - Aug 1, 2016


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USIU Tigers blew away Lions to close out the game with a 84-66 win. The Tigers had a massive run in the second and third quarter that gave them enough cushion to withstand the Lions' big fourth quarter comeback from a comfortable distance. Trailing 63-37 at the end of the third quarter and shooting nowhere to be found, the Lions needed to outwork and outsmart the Tigers in the last 10 minutes. Lions started the last quarter with a 14-5 run and outscored Lions 29-21 but that never bothered USIU. Every time Lions fought back, the Tigers raced the lead back up to 20. Derrick Juma, Kevin Kigotho and Alex Ramazani combined for 59 points. Nakuru Club's poor run (1-11) continued with a 59-82 loss to Nairobi City Thunder at Menengai High School, they are yet to win a game at home.
In the women's premier league KPA's (11-0) stretched their undefeated run to 11 games after beating Masaku Sparks 52-81 and Western Delight 96-30 over the weekend in Mombasa. Umoja came back from being down 34-24 at the half to beat the Zetech University Titans 71-66. After a sluggish start, Umoja got their defense going and took advantage of sloppy play by Titans and slowly Umoja came to life in the last two quarters. Umoja went into the last quarter leading 50-49. Nick Ogot led all scores with 26 points.
Courtesy of: basketball254.com   




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