Four late points from Brownlee sealed the title for Riyadi. (The Daily Star/Sako Yeretsian, HO)
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Riyadi held their nerve before seeing off Beirut 89-83 to take the Finals 4-2 and reclaim their place atop the Lebanese Basketball League in Manara Sunday. Riyadi seemed headed toward a 28th league title when Dominic Johnson's 3-pointer put them 75-63 up with just seven minutes to play.Arakji led the way for the champions with 20 points and five dimes, while Jean Abdelnour added 17 points and four boards.Ismail Ahmad delivered a tidy haul of 12 points, five rebounds and seven assists, with Johnson further bolstering Riyadi's tally with 15 points.Haidar's resounding stats sheet included 26 points and eight rebounds against his former side, while Crawford delivered a towering performance with 22 points and six boards.
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