In their first game since the infamous game ending brawl with the Bayi Rockets, the Georgetown Hoyas got another win against a professional Chinese team, defeating the Dinosaurs of Liaoning by a score of 91-69. The game took place at 4pm (4am EST) in Shanghai as part of the Nike Festival of Sport. Liaoning finished 10th last year in the Chinese Basketball Association and featured Gio Ailum, a member of the Chinese National Team.
The Hoyas were lead by Jason Clark with 17pts and 4 assists and 4 other players reached double figures in scoring. Otto Porter had 12 points and 7 rebounds, Mikael Hopkins had 11 and 5, while Aaron Bowen chipped in 10 points including going 2-2 from 3pt range.
The Hoyas have another game scheduled for tomorrow before they finally get the hell out of China and return home. GuHoyas.com currently lists the game as being against the Shandong Flaming Bulls while Gene Wang of the Washington post suggested that the game will instead be against the Taiwanese National Team.