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ZHUJI, China October 28 (Xinhua) - The Jiangsu Dragons grabbed his first victory after seeing this season outside the Qingdao Eagles 114-113 in the fifth round of the 2020-21 Chinese basketball Association league (CBA) on Wednesday here

. Jiangsu. led by four points in the first quarter, but Qingdao kept chasing the score and went to take a seven-point lead before the break halftime

the two sides negotiated the lead in the third quarter with the Eagles maintain a five-point lead. Jiangsu Wu Guanxi made one of two free throws and helped the Dragons back to the game with 15.8 seconds remaining on the clock

. Qingdao Darius Adams missed a buzzer-beater, allowing their rivals to celebrate his first win

. Title favorites Tigers flying Xinjiang rose Heroes Shandong 99-97 after a strong recovery in the fourth quarter, winning two regular consecutive games.

local star Zhou Qi contributed 17 points and 20 rebounds for Xinjiang against Shandong.

With three consecutive points Jingyu Li, Shandong finished the first half up 57-46. In the third quarter, Zhou Qi and Tang Caiyu obtained continuously to reduce the difference to three points

. Xinjiang turned the tables before the final buzzer, and missed two chances Shandong. consecutively in the last 20 seconds

In other games played on Wednesday, the Flying Leopards broke Tianjin Liaoning 119-91 pioneers, combatants Nanjing Beijing Royals beat Kings Monkey 110-82 and Jilin northeast Tigers won the Guangzhou Loong Lions 99-87, maintaining their unbeaten season

. Defending champions Guangdong Tigers of the Southeast take over Shanghai Sharks on Thursday. End Follow China.org.cn on Twitter and Facebook to join the conversation.ChinaNews application downloads

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