Arakji provided the late heroics, scoring his side’s final seven points.
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Champville blew a seven-point, fourth-quarter lead before losing to Riyadi 68-65 in Manara Tuesday to go 2-0 down in their best-of-five Final Four series. Riyadi outscored Champville 11-1 in the final seven minutes, with Wael Arakji erupting for seven straight points to leave his side on the brink of another finals.Hayk Gyokchyan then dispensed five straight points as Riyadi surged 33-30 ahead at the half.Champville managed a solitary point in the final seven minutes, and Riyadi, smelling blood, pounced.
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