EX-CHAMPIONS Fukien took a share of the Hongkong Division A1 lead following an 85-73 victory over Frankwell at the MacPherson Stadium last night. Fukien have 10 points from six games - the same total as defending champions Seapower, and Suntex, the only team to have completed their allotted seven games. Ambitious Frankwell brought in a new American professional to strengthen their title bid, in six-foot eight-inch Marcus Johnson. David Robinson was de-registered to make room for the new recruit. But the move backfired as Johnson performed poorly. And team manager Fung Shiu-wai did not rule out the possibility of recalling Robinson, who is still in Hongkong, for the remaining round-robin matches against Regal and Burlingame. Johnson admitted he played badly but said: ''I was on one leg tonight. I twisted my ankle during training on Thursday and it was really hurting me.'' Fukien opened up an 11-0 lead five minutes into the match and held a 44-38 advantage at the interval. Frankwell, inspired by Barry Young and his brother Perry, closed the deficit to 61-67 midway through the second period. But that was the closest they ever got to bridging the gap as Fukien stepped up a gear and cruised to a 12 point victory. Police completed their seven-match fixture on a winning note by trouncing Burlingame 91-78 in the curtain raiser after leading 39-36 at half-time.