B.League: Ray Parks, Nagoya continue their winning streak

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FILE – Nagoya Diamond Dolphins’ Ray Parks against Levanga Hokkaido in Japan B.League. Photo from Twitter Dolphin Nagoya

MANILA, Philippines—Bobby Ray Parks continued to find her stride as the Nagoya Diamond Dolphins defeated Niigata Albirex BB again, 104-66, in the B.League Japan at Dolphins Arena on Sunday.

Coming off the bench 108-64 against Niigata on Saturday, Nagoya once again received big support from Parks coming on from the bench.

Parks finished with 15 points, featuring three trebles, seven rebounds, four assists and two steals.

The win puts the Diamond Dolphins in fifth place with a 17-6 record.

Thirdy Ravena and San-En NeoPhoenix also won after a 92-79 victory over Gunma Crane Thunders at Toyohashi City Gymnasium.

Ravena also scored 15 points from two rebounds and one steal for San-En, which improved to 11-12. Kyle O’ Quinn supports NeoPhoenix with 21 points and 10 bounces.

At the Toyama City Gymnasium, Matthew Wright and Kyoto Hannaryz beat Toyama Grouses, 91-69, to win seven skates.

Matthew Wright played 29 minutes and had 11 points, 4 rebounds and 7 times for Kyoto (8-15).

Losses continued to pile up on Kiefer Ravena and Shiga Lakes, who lost their sixth game in a row after a 105-74 defeat to Alvark Tokyo at Arena Tachikawa Tachihi.

Kiefer, who played only his second game after missing nine games due to a leg injury, scored 11 points for Shiga, making the score a 4-19 loss.

Dwight Ramos remained sidelined with a sprained ankle as Levanga (6-17) lost by a margin to top seed Ryukyu Golden Kings, 91-70, at Okinawa Arena.

In action B2, Kobe Paras and Altiri Chiba repeat Kagawa Five Arrows, 100-66, at the Takamatsu City Arena.

Paras finished with 14 points from the bench as Chiba lifted his record to 20-5. Roosevelt Adams is still not playing for Kagawa.

Jordan Heading scored 10 points and robbed twice as Nagasaki Velca defeated Earthfriends Tokyo Z, 93-82, at the Sasebo Gymnasium.

Rising Zephyr Fukuoka defeated the Yamagata Wyverns, 71-67, at the Yamagata Prefectural Sports Park. Greg Slaughter continued to watch from the sidelines as his team improved to 10-15.

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