Though still remaining steady for the league-leading Hong Kong Eastern Basketball Club, Christian Standhardinger finished with his lowest scoring output this season, finishing with 16 points in the defending champions’ 82-79 win over the Singapore Slingers, Wednesday evening. The game was held at the Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai, Hong Kong.
This is Hong Kong Eastern’s seventh straight win, staying ahead of the pack by a mile.
Standhardinger, who was part of the 2017 FIBA Asia Cup and Southeast Asian Games Gilas teams, also grabbed 13 rebounds in the win.
The Filipino-German big man’s previous season-low was 18 points during Hong Kong’s 81-77 win over Singapore last December 10.
Hong Kong’s Heritage Import is still averaging 23.57 points, 11.29 rebounds, and 2.71 steals for the season.