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Tonight, the Orthodox continued to achieve victories in the Basketball Premier League, by surpassing Al-Jubaiha 93-72 at the end of the matches of the first-leg round of the championship that was held in Prince Hamzah Hall in Al-Hussein City for Youth.
Leaders "Nsoor Abdoun" raised its score to 10 points from five consecutive victories, while Al-Jubaiha received its third loss in fourth place with 7 points.
The record was the highest difference in the tournament so far, by surpassing Kafrouba 115-59 in the meeting that was held in Prince Hamzah Hall. “Al-Layth Al-Abyad” has 9 points from four wins and a loss in second place, while Kafrouba received its fourth loss in a row and became in possession of 6 points in fifth place.
Al-Riyadi achieved its third victory in a row and crossed the "100 barrier" for the first time, 101-83, at the expense of Al-Ashrafiya, and became in possession of 8 points in third place, while Al-Ashrafiya received its fifth loss, and it is the only one that has not tasted the taste of victory yet, as it occupies the sixth and last place with 5 points.
The orthodox started with the quintet Freddy Ibrahim, Ashraf al-Hindi, Ahmed al-Hamarsheh, the professional Brandon Peterson and Muhammad Shaher, while Jubaiha started with the quintet: Mitri Bousha, Ammar al-Bustami, Muhammad al-Shamali, the professional Kevin Mickle and Youssef al-Awamla.
The first period was equal, and the Orthodox decided it by a single point, 19-18, but widened the difference at the end of the first half after finishing the second period 24-14, making the score 43-32, as he did in the second period, ending the third period with a difference of 10 points also, 29-19, to make the score 72. -51 The result of the last period was tied 21-21, leaving the difference as it was at the end of the third period, 21 points.
Ahmed Al-Hamarsheh won the title of the best and top scorer for the match, scoring 25 points, including 5 hat-tricks out of 9 shots, in addition to 17 follow-ups to achieve the “double-double”, in addition to six assists, cutting the ball and a “block shot” within 37 minutes. Muhammad Shaher scored 14 points, including a hat-trick and 7 rebounds And two assists, blocking the ball and two “block shots” within 25 minutes, and Hani Al-Faraj contributed from the “suppliers” bench with nine points, all of them from threes, from his three shots, by 100%, in addition to four rebounds, two assists, and blocking the ball within 18 minutes.
Al-Jubaiha professional Kevin Mikel contributed 17 points and 16 rebounds to achieve the "double double", in addition to three assists, cut two balls and a "block shot" within 34 minutes. Mohammed Al-Shamali scored 8 points, including two hat-tricks, three assists, cut a ball and a "block shot" within 26 minutes. Metri Boucha, 6 points, 6 assists, 5 rebounds and cut the ball within 20 minutes. Al-Rai