B.league: Dwight Ramos’ comprehensive effort helps Hokkaido stop the 9-match slide

Dwight Ramos Hokkaido B.League

Dwight Ramos. Photo from B.League

MANILA, Philippines – Dwight Ramos provided the spark as Levanga Hokkaido finally ended their long slide with a 102-95 win over Kawasaki Brave Thunders in B.League 2022-23 Sunday at Hokkai Kita-yale.

The healthy Ramos returned to bring in 10 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists and 6 steals the season’s highest in less than 20 minutes to get Hokkaido back on track after 9 consecutive losses.

Brock Motum assists Levanga with 39 points and nine boards. Alex Murphy scored 19 points and seven rebounds, while Shawn Long added 13 points as their team improved to 8-26.

Kawasaki slipped 20-14 after Hokkaido ran into trouble.

However, other Filipinos are not as lucky as Bobby Ray Parks Jr. and the Nagoya Diamond Dolphins saw their six-game winning streak cut short with a disappointing 82-58 loss to the Shinshu Brave Warriors at Dolphins Arena.

Parks had 11 points, while Scott Eatherton led Nagoya with 16 points and 13 rebounds, unable to extend their streak and slipped to a 25-9 record.

Meanwhile, Matthew Wright scored 22 points but to no avail as Kyoto Hannaryz received a heavy 79-78 defeat to the Yokohama B-Corsairs at the Yokohama International Football League.

Jotaro Mitsuda put Kyoto ahead with a clutch three-point in the final 23 seconds, 78-77. But Charles Jackson nailed a game-winning jump for Yokohama, 79-78, with 10 seconds left as Hannaryz failed to regain the lead as Cheick Diallo made a crucial turn in his last possession. their same.

Jarrod Uthoff led Kyoto with 23 points, while Diallo had 17 points and 17 rebounds as they slid to a 13-21 record.

Kiefer Ravana has 10 points, 3 assists, 3 rebounds and 3 steals but the Shiga Lakes (4-30) suffered their 17th consecutive defeat at the hands of the Sendai 89ers, 81-64 , at Xebio Arena Sendai.

His younger brother Thirdy played just nine minutes with just two points as San-En NeoPhoenix (15-19) lost three games in a row, losing to Shimane Susanoo Magic, 81-64, at Hamamatsu Arena.

The Ryukyu Golden Kings completed the weekend sweep of the Gunma Crane Thunders, 84-77, to improve their record to 25-9 as they awaited Carl Tamayo.

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