Champville's Majok dunks in Manara.
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For starters, Fadi al-Khatib, who achieved triple-doubles in his opening two games, finished with just five points, six rebounds and four assists this time.The Sudanese-born center, who was selected 58th by the Los Angeles Lakers in the 2011 NBA draft, is averaging 19 points, 10 rebounds and almost six blocks this season.After consecutive routs of Mouttahed and Sagesse the second a 28-point blowout many had Champville pegged as Riyadi's nearest challengers this year.Despite shooting a staggeringly low 34 percent from the field, Champville managed to remain on the coattails of Riyadi, only a late Kevin Galloway dunk effectively ending the visitors' stubborn resistance.Riyadi will aim to stay perfect despite a tricky game at Arab Club Championship runners-up Beirut Club Sunday.
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