Yung Kam-wah's reputation as an up-and-coming star shot up further when he helped the Asian Basketball Confederation (ABC) All-Stars to their first win over the CBA (Chinese Taipei Basketball Association) All- Stars in Taipei. Three-point specialist Yung usually plays for Hong Kong champions Regal but he spent the last season playing for CBA's Teramars. He was selected to represent the ABC All-Stars for the third time and didn't disappoint, helping his team to a narrow 90-89 victory. He started the scoring in the second quarter with a three-pointer to give the ABC team an 18-16 lead. Yung finished the game with five points in 15 minutes. 'It was nice to see my old teammates again,' he said. The ABC All-Stars, a team of Asia's top players, controlled the ball from the tip-off and although they endured some anxious moments, they had just enough energy to edge out their opponents. In the final minute, the see- saw battle heated up as Wang Li-bin hit a three-pointer to give the CBA the lead at 86-85. Michael Takahashi for the ABC All-Stars replied with a timely three-pointer of his own to restore the ABC's lead at 88- 86. With 40 seconds to go, Dong Fang-lieh tied the game at 88- 88 and went to the line to add another point to make it 89-88 in favour of the CBA. Kang Dong-hee was fouled and went to the line with about 27 seconds remaining to sink two free throws to put the ABC ahead 90-89.