New Zealand, and the HongKong, will match on Thursday June 28, 2018 in Rotorua, Energy Events Centre, New Zealand for the first game of latest Iran, Iraq, Kazakhstan, Korea, Japan, India, New Zealand and Syria FIBA World Cup 2019 ASIA Qualifiers.

Energy Events Centre, The Energy Events Centre is a venue for sports, conferences, exhibitions, banquets and concerts in Rotorua, New Zealand. The centre can hold up to 3,500 people and was finished in February 2007, located at the Queens Dr, Rotorua 3010, New Zealand.

New Zealand will face-off Hongkong on June 28 and China on July 1 at the Auckland, Spark Arena for the 3rd window of 2019 FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers.

Full Game Recap:

28, 2018 / Group A / 3rd window) New Zealand(4-1) defeated Hong Kong(0-5), 124-65 in the FIBA Basketball World Cup Asian Qualifiers on Thursday at the Rotorua Energy Events Centre in Rotorua, New Zealand.

The Final Scores Result:

NEW ZEALAND 124 – Abercrombie 18, Loe 18, Fotu 17, Delany 15, Ngatai 14, Prewster 11, Salt 9, Ili 5, Kenny 5, Te Rangi 5, Yukona 4, Letoa 3.

HONG KONG 65 – Fong 17, Tsai 17, Lee 10, Li 8, Lam 4, Liang 3, Lau 2, Xu 2, Wong 2, Cheng 0, Lam 0, Szeto 0.

Quarters: 32-17, 63-35, 93-50, 124-65. [COMPLETE GAME STATS]


NEW ZEALAND vs HONGKONG (FULL GAME HIGHLIGHTS) JUNE 28, 2018

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