Any indoor basketball in Tainan?

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Any indoor basketball in Tainan?

Postby Akisan2 » 13 Apr 2012, 16:10

Hey there.
I have very difficult time trying to find indoor basketball in Tainan. I play at 體育籃球場 but miss good of 5 on 5 style.
I've been asking my local friends but not much luck either. If anyone knows anything I'd appreciate it. Until then I'll stick with 3 on 3 with bunch of 學生。

thanks in advance...
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Re: Any indoor basketball in Tainan?

Postby lukeduke » 14 Apr 2012, 11:59

Im not sure where any indoor courts are, but I am looking for people to play with who know how to play. I usually play at NCKU but there are some other good courts on Datong Rd. as well. Where you playing at know?
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Re: Any indoor basketball in Tainan?

Postby Akisan2 » 14 Apr 2012, 13:05

I play at tiyu Rd bb court at nights.
I just got here in Tainan two weeks ago.
I am looking for balling fella so if your cool I'm definitely down.
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Re: Any indoor basketball in Tainan?

Postby lukeduke » 17 Apr 2012, 02:35

Im game.
I'll send you a PM. I usually play on Wednesday nights or I play late night at the Datong courts. They keep the lights on til 1.
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