Captain says Rising Star must work on key aspects of game to become better

We can do it: Lee Jia Jun (left) has urged his teammates to work harder as he is not satisfied with their result in the 3x3 Thai Super League.

PETALING JAYA: Rising Star captain Lee Jia Jun is disappointed to start the season on a negative note after a dismal outing in the 3x3 Thai Super League.

Star, which comprises Jia Jun, Yap Run Sam, and Thailand cagers Reuben Lane, Emmanuel Ejesu, finished 11th out of 15 teams in the overall standings with one win and four losses.

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