Basketball: Singapore Slingers co-owner Wee Siew Kim says ABL 'is here to stay'

ABL and Singapore Slingers co-owner Wee Siew Kim assured that rumours of the ABL closing shop are "completely untrue". PHOTO: SINGAPORE SLINGERS
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SINGAPORE - The Asean Basketball League (ABL) is likely to start its 11th season in the first quarter of next year, instead of its usual final-quarter tip-off this year.

The coronavirus pandemic had forced the competition's indefinite suspension since March, but ABL and Singapore Slingers co-owner Wee Siew Kim told The Straits Times the league is here to stay.

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