B.League: Nagoya’s win streak snapped as Parks limited Otesanya David March 23, 2022

B.League: Nagoya’s win streak snapped as Parks limited

B.League: Nagoya’s win streak snapped as Parks limited


Nagoya Dolphins' Ray Parks.

Nagoya Dolphins’ Ray Parks. B.LEAGUE PHOTO

MANILA, Philippines — Bobby Ray Parks Jr. and Nagoya’s three-game winning streak got halted by Mikawa after absorbing an 87-93 loss in Japan B.League on Wednesday at Dolphins’ Arena.

Parks was limited to just seven points and six rebounds as the Diamond Dolphins fell to 24-11.

Dwight Ramos also struggled from the field, shooting 3-of-10 as Toyama Grouses succumbed to the Shinshu Brave Warriors, 71-78, at White Ring Arena.

Ramos had seven points, four rebounds, and two assists in Toyama’s fifth straight loss to fall to 16-27. The Brave Warriors, meanwhile, ended a three-game skid to improve to 20-22 as Matthew Aquino finished scoreless in one minute and 48 seconds of play.

Kobe Paras also failed to score in Niigata Albirex BB’s 62-77 defeat to Shimane Susanoo Magic at City Hall Plaza Aore Nagaoka.

Paras missed all of his four shots as Niigata dropped its seventh consecutive loss falling to 5-36 record.

Javi Gomez de Liano was the lone Filipino import to win this day as the Ibaraki Robots scored their fifth straight win, beating  Levanga Hokkaido, 94-82, at Hokkai Kitayell.

Gomez de Liano had two points, one assist and a steal in nine minutes as Ibaraki improved  to 12-28.

Meanwhile, Shiga Lakestars (10-27) suffered their 10th straight loss at the helm of Osaka Evessa, 78-84, as Kiefer Ravena served his one-games suspension due to two unsportsmanlike fouls at Ukaruchan Arena.

Thirdy Ravena and San-En NeoPhoenix’s match against Hiroshima Dragonflies got postponed due to COVID-19 protocols.

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