Talisman Wael Arakji scored 16 points in Riyadi's losing effort.
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A one-sided affair hadn't appeared to be on the cards early on, however, with American-Nigerian Ekene Ibekwe soaring for a dunk and following up with a driving lay-up to put Riyadi 4-2 up.That was as good as things got for Riyadi, who just couldn't cope with the threat posed by twin towers Alex Ryan Kirk and Milan Macvan.Kirk and Macvan were equally devastating at the other end, their imposing interior presence restricting Riyadi to a lamentable 12 first-quarter points, of which Ibekwe provided 11 .The Serbian center ended the contest with 20 points and eight rebounds, while Kirk tabled a double-double of 18 points and 12 boards for Alvark, who had six players score in double figures.Ibekwe finished with a game-high 31 points for Riyadi, with Willie Warren contributing 19 points and six assists.
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