Maya Moore scores 53 in Chinese finals win; ref attacked by fans
January 30, 2013 — 8:27am
Lynx star Maya Moore scored 53 points for Shanxi in Game 1 of China's women's professional basketball finals, leading her team to a 96-92 victory over Zhejiang in the best-of-5 series. She also had 13 rebounds and five assists, according to the game report from China Daily.
What we want to know more about, however, is the postgame scene in which a game official was attacked by fans, presumably of the losing team.
The China Daily story shows a photo of the scene but doesn't explain what happened.
If anyone wants to try translating the video, we'd be interested to know what's being said in this TV report on the game and its aftermath.
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