13 - 19
August 2023
2 Aisha Marie Sheppard (JOR)
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Who were the Day 3 Top Performers in Bangkok?

BANGKOK (Thailand) - Aisha Sheppard stands out among Top Performers in Day 3 of the FIBA Women's Asia Cup 2023 Division B for her high-scoring performance to clinch a Semi-Finals spot with a 74-65 win.

Jordan's star guard recorded 38 points - the most in a Women's Asia Cup Division B game since 2007 - while also recording 37 EFF, the highest so far in the competition this year. She also recorded 8 assists and connected on 6 three-pointers.

Another player that continues to stand out while her team keeps on racking up victories is Indonesia's Kim Pierre-Louis. In today's 65-56 win over Iran, Pierre-Louis scored her highest tallies yet in Bangkok with 26 points and 15 rebounds while also dishing out 5 dimes.

Malaysia's youngster Suet Ying Foo had her best go in the competition with 17 points, 7 rebounds, and 2 steals, good to get Malaysia an important 85-68 win over Mongolia and secure third place in Group A. In a way, her 20 EFF rating was key to keeping Malaysia's hope of gaining promotion to Division A alive.

Thailand made a grand statement in the final game of the Group Phase with a resounding 101-36 win. They were able to give more playing time to rising youngsters like Warinthon Summat who finished the game with 10 points, 8 assists, and 5 steals for 21 EFF.

Kazakhstan main stay Tamara Yagodkina played her best game so far in the competition, albeit in a loss to Jordan. She put up an all-around effort of 22 EFF with 20 points, 7 rebounds, and 6 assists in the 

Who do you think was the best player from Day 3 in Bangkok?