Malaysian cagers in with a chance at SEA Games podium

Honoured: Former Maba vice-president Datuk Yeoh Choo Hock showing off his lifetime award. Flanking him on the left is OCM president Tan Sri Norza Zakaria and Maba president Datuk Seri Lee Tian Hock.

PETALING JAYA: The chances of securing a medal at next year’s SEA Games in Bangkok, Thailand, look promising for the national men’s basketball team.

Malaysian Basketball Association (Maba) president Datuk Seri Lee Tian Hock said the national squad have the potential to secure a podium finish at the biennial Games set to be held in December 2025.

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