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Watch ABL ASEAN Basketball League Live Streaming Sport and catch the thrills of one of the best leagues in Asia. Follow live online as some of the biggest stars in Asia battle for the ABL trophy. The ASEAN Basketball League (ABL) is a professional men’s basketball league that comprises teams from East and Southeast Asia. It launched its inaugural season on October 1, 2009.

The likes of Hong Kong Eastern Long Lions, Singapore Slingers, and Alab Pilipinas are the favorites during the current edition of the ABL and you can catch stars such as Josh Boone, Tyler Lamb, and Rolando Gardner in live-action as they attempt to lead their respective teams to glory.

The Philippines has been the most successful country in the ASEAN Basketball League with three championships. Hi-Tech Bangkok City has the most club championships with two. Bobby Ray Parks Jr. has the most Local MVP awards with three and Christien Charles has the most World Imports MVP awards with two.



  • San Miguel Alab Pilipinas: Alab Pilipinas is a Filipino Basketball team based in the Philippines, which is sponsored by Filipino multinational conglomerate, San Miguel Corporation. Managed by sports talent management firm, Virtual Playground and is the fourth Philippine team to play in the league and also have one Championship under their name. They are always one of the favorites to win the ABL title.
  • Kuala Lumpur Dragons: Based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, the Dragons are bankrolled by Maritime company, Westports Malaysia Sdn Bhd. They are perennial contenders in the league and have won one championship. The team aims to embody their moniker, Dragons, who are fierce yet benevolent and symbolizes strength, power, and authority. Whenever they step on the court, expect them to be strong in representing their nation.
  • Eastern Lions: The Eastern Lions is the first full-time professional basketball team from Hong Kong. They are part of the Eastern Sports Club group who has a ladder promotion system in place to produce high-quality individuals that become active team members and professionals. They are consistent title contenders having reached the semi-finals for three consecutive years from 2016 to 2019 and won the ABL championship in 2016.
  • Formosa Dreamers: Founded in 2017 by a group of individuals with different professions from various industries, the Dreamers are one of the teams based in Taiwan. They play hard-nosed defense and are not afraid of taking the challenge of being one of the expansion teams. They had their best run in 2018-2019 under the tutelage of Dean Murray who also won the Coach of the year during that season.
  • Singapore Slingers: One of the founding teams of the league, the Singapore Slingers were founded in 2006 and have competed in Australia’s NBL as the first Asian team there before being a mainstay in the ABL. Despite not having a championship title yet, they still bring a lot of experience and are steady competitors. They can be considered sleepers for title contention.
  • Macau Black Bears: The Black Bears are one of the Macanese professional basketball team competing in the league. Founded in 2017, they were originally based in Guangdong China. When they partnered with Grupo Desportivo Chong Son from Macau, they changed their team name to Macau Black Bears. Despite having similar win-loss records for the seasons they have played; they have improved significantly are ready to elevate their game.
  • Taipei Fubon Braves: Despite being one of the newer teams in the league, the Braves were founded in 1983 as the Chien-hong Men's Basketball Team and have won a championship in Taiwan’s 2018-2019 Super Basketball League prior to the ABL. They renamed their team to the Taipei Fubon Braves in an agreement with the Taipei City Government and relocated to their arena in Taipei.
  • Saigon Heat: The Saigon Heat is the first-ever professional basketball team based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The multi-sports training academy, Saigon Sports Academy formed the team to further enhance basketball in the country. Their steady development and commitment to success is slowly but surely bearing fruit for the team and nation.
  • Macau Wolf Warriors: The Macau Wolf Warriors is one of the teams based in Macau. They were the first professional team based in Zhuhai city in Guangdong, China in any sport. They have moved to Macau since 2019 to promote basketball in the city. The expectations are low for the Wolf Warriors being one of the new teams, but they like their underdog status and are ready to capitalize on that to win.


  • Jason Brickman (Westports Malaysia Dragons, Mono Vampire, Hi-Tech Bangkok City, San Miguel Alab Pilipinas): The Filipino-American is a spitfire point guard who played college ball for the Long Island University. He is one of the players in Division 1 history to record 1,000 assists. He possesses leadership qualities that are invaluable for his team.
  • Cade Davis (Kuala Lumpur Dragons): Davis is an American born professional basketball player who has played in several countries prior to the ABL. His 3-time Macedonian League and Macedonian Cup championship credentials show in his excellent scoring and rebounding.
  • Chan Siu Wing (Eastern Lions): Siu Wing is a Hong Kong-born guard who has high basketball IQ and can lights-out shoot threes. He’s a one-time ABL Champion in 2017 and has represented Hong Kong in international competitions, playing the most minutes for them.
  • Desmond Oh (Singapore Slingers): Nicknamed “D-glove”, the Singaporean Oh is known for his pesky defense. He’s considered as one of the league’s best Three-and-D players. He had his best ABL year in 2012 averaging career highs in minutes, points, rebounds, assists, three-point field goals, and steals.
  • Yang Chin-min (Formosa Dreamers): The Taipei-born Yang is a prolific scorer and a serviceable rebounder. He’s made his mark in international competitions for the Chinese Taipei national basketball team where he had a team-high 19 points in helping them secure 5th place.
  • Vincent Nguyen (Saigon Heat): Born in the Netherlands to a Vietnamese father and Dutch mother, he began his basketball career in 2007. He’s a one-time Vietnam Basketball Association assists leader in 2017 and Heritage MVP in 2019.


  • Jimmy Alapag: A retired Filipino-American professional basketball player turned coach, he has a decorated career locally and internationally playing for the Philippines. As a coach, he brings lots of basketball experience and showed in his ABL championship in 2018.
  • Todd Purves: The American-born, Todd Purves has been coaching since 2005 in the United States. He’s made his mark in Asian Basketball being a consultant in Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) from 2013 to 2014 and has helped his former wards succeed in coaching.
  • Neo Beng Siang: Singaporean Neo Beng Siang was originally into football before playing basketball. He has been coaching since 1999 and won ABL Coach of the year for 2015-2016. He has also served as the head coach for the Singaporean national basketball team.
  • Kyle Julius: A Canadian former professional basketball player, Kyle Julius is considered one of Canada’s most experienced and talented basketball minds. In 2017, he won NBL Canada Coach of the year where he also led his team to the NBL Canada Championship.
  • Jordan Brady: Brady is a former professional basketball and a former head coach for the NBA G League. He is known for his developmental skills were his former players had gotten opportunities to represent Team USA in the 2019 FIBA World Cup.

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