China dominated on every aspect of the game to beat South Korea 93-77 Sunday at the 2005 CBA-KBL All-Star game.
The Korean KBL team won the first leg of the two-game series by 85-82 on Friday in Seoul, South Korea. This is the first time for the two countries to have a matchup between the domestic leagues.
After a short trailing at the beginning of the match, the Chinese CBA team took the lead on 7-6 and never looked back to take the revenge at home.
American center Oyedeji Olumide of the Beijing Ducks had a game-high 22 points and 21 rebounds for the victory, while Ray Kelly chipped in 19 points for China.
The CBA team closed the third quarter with a 13-0 run to put the game beyond touch on 74-51, and extended the lead to 30 points midway into the fourth quarter.
"It's a game for fun, but still a game between two countries," said Jiang Xingquan, head coach of the CBA All-Star. "My players had a good game."
Charles Inlend of KCC Egis led the KBL All-Star with 22 points and 10 rebounds, with another foreign center Kristoffer Lang adding 19 and eight.