Khatib scored seven of Champville’s final 11 points.
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Fadi al-Khatib delivered a late scoring spree as Champville battled past Riyadi 74-66 Thursday to reignite their best-of-five Final Four series, which the Beirut outfit lead 2-1 .After a torrid series so far, Fadi al-Khatib returned to a modicum of form early on, scoring on a three-point play as Champville ended the first quarter up 24-22 .Khatib finished with a game-high 19 points and eight rebounds, with Jackson and Ibrahim adding 15 and 14 points respectively.Brownlee also had 19 points and eight boards for Riyadi, while Arakji chipped in with 16 points and six assists.
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