B-ball for the China earthquake victims was played street style and raised over 80,000 HKD last week in an all out exhibition match between AND1 U.S.A and local celebrities team which included Jaycee Chan. Jaycee made major cash by catching nothing but air 8 times in a row in a free throw contest. 24 Herbs, SIR JBS MC’d the game and the whole band kept the fans out of their seats during halftime. The final score didn’t matter because everyone won on this night. Look for the next Streetball event — it should not be missed.
The top basketball players and teams from China, Taiwan, Macau and Hong Kong will gather in Hong Kong this weekend to find out who is the BEST. SO-U.TV brings you the highlights of “THE” game of the year. You can’t miss it. Please see it all at http://www.so-u.tv/
The Hong Kong’s Basketball Championship 2008 comes to an end! http://www.So-U.TV has all the action for you to see. The stadium was packed to full capacity as the two teams battled it out. SCAA and Fukien are long and well matched rivals. Despite Fukien player Leung Kwok Shing high scoring of 24 points, SCAA won 83:69 in the end reclaiming the championship title after two year. Please see it all at http://www.so-u.tv/playVideo.php?contestid=&id=1889
The Hong Kong’s Basketball Championship is still going and So-U.TV filmed Match 4 in Mongkok, Saturday July 5, 2008. SCAA and Fukien are still fighting for it. The pressure was mounting in the second half but Fukien claimed lead at 45:47. SCAA were able to come back strong and finished at 76:65. Watch how SCAA finally triumphed at so-u.tv
B-ball for the China earthquake victims was played steet style and raised over 80,000 HKD last week in an all out exhibition match between AND1 U.S.A and local celebrities team which included Jaycee Chan. Jaycee made major cash by catching nothing but air 8 times in a row in a free throw contest. 24 Herbs, SIR JBS MC’d the game and the whole band kept the fans out of their seats during halftime. The final score didn’t matter because everyone won on this night. Look for the next Streetball event — it should not be missed.
SCAA and Winling, Hong Kong’s top B-ball teams battled it out to a standing room only crowd in Mongkok Saturday March 29, 2008. SCAA took an early lead but Winling quickly picked up spead. The second half saw close game with lots of action but SCAA hung on to the lead and took the Silver Shield 2008. Final Score 65 – 58. See all the action on http://www.SO-U.TV.
The Asia2Extreme team filmed two of the top ranking Hong Kong basketball teams. Sponsored by Nike, Fukien and SCAA played to a packed stadium as more than 3000 fans went wild for the build up to the HKBBA Final scheduled for March 29. Down to the wire, SCAA took the lead 65 – 60 at the final buzzer. See all the action at http://www.so-u.tv/playVideo.php?id=497 and tune in for our coverage of the Final!
The award winning founders of Hong Kong based G.O.D, Benjamin Lau and Douglas Young have opened a new lifestyle mall in the heart of Causeway Bay. The store, covering two floors, carries close to 50 of the world’s coolest brands and also features a bar, a café, sleep pod installation, and a tattoo parlor. The ground floor opened on Thursday, 13 December and the first floor Saturday, 16 December. Shoppers can find ‘Delay No Mall’ at 68 Yee Wo Street, next to the Regal Hotel. http://www.so-u.tv/playVideo.php?id=458
The G.O.D. boys Douglas Young and Ben Lau did it again.
They turned Hong Kong upside down with the most outrageous party of the year. Bringing together a high energy group of hip hop ballers, fashionistas, the ultra chic underground, and of course, all the pretty boyz. Half naked models all around and if you felt like getting your own kit off a game of strip poker was wide open. 24 Herbs, the edgy cantonese hip hop band kept the crowd crazed while FINDS restaurant made sure endless cocktails flowed down the throats of the super fabs. Catch a glimpse of what you missed, or can’t remember, at www.SO-U.TV.
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