With the popularity of chants, team cheers, dances and pre-game routines getting more and more popular and creative, both teams showcased their pre-game acts.
The 1st quarter saw the Dragons slowly take a 9 point lead, and closed out the quarter leading 22-12. The Dragons bench was enthusiastic the entire quarter, with loud chants and energy, yet the Bruins stayed poised regardless.
The Dragons stayed in attack mode in the 2nd quarter, scoring mostly in transition and off dribble penetration. They took a 20 point lead with under 3 minutes left in the quarter, while limiting the Bruins to only 3 point in the quarter, with their aggressive defense. Forcing the Bruins to 17 first half turnovers. The score went from 35-15 to 43-15 going into halftime. The Bruins were 5/26 from the floor and 1/12 from 3, meanwhile, the Dragons went 17/38 from the floor and 6/9 from 3.
The Dragons continued their dominance in te 3rd quarter, scoring at will and forcing he Bruins to continue their struggle to score. At the 7 minute mark the Dragons lead 47-23 and just kept on attacking the Bruins. The quarter ended with the Dragons up 58-29.
The Bruins kept fighting but the deficit was too large and the Dragons didn’t show any signs of slowing down. Midway through the 4th, the Dragons led 64-40, and started to impose themselves in the paint. The Dragons led by as much as 30 points in the 4th, to a final score of 72-43.
Player of the game game for the Dragons was #6 Seyoung Choi with 22pts and 10asts, on 8/15 shooting and 4/8 from behind the arc.