UBA will hope to maintain their momentum in Game 5 Friday.
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The score was level more than once in the first quarter, until 2015 NBA draft participant Wael Arakji was introduced to the court as he scored five consecutive points to fire the visitors to a 22-19 lead at the end of the quarter.Both sides continued to exchange the lead, before the score was tied at 47 midway through the third.Subotic introduced Amir Saoud who scored two free throws, but UBA headed to the final quarter with a four-point lead, 62-58, Ibrahim dishing out eight assists in three quarters.The score was tied at 68 after Youngblood answered Elijah Holman's bucket, before Jean Abdelnour gave Riyadi a 70-68 lead.
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