By Brown Msyani
Up to Sunday, Vijana were on top of the league chart, brandishing 9 points garnered from four wins. They have lost once to their traditional rivals Savio.
The team has chalked 288 total points in their five-match onslaught, while conceding 224 points. Second with 8 points were Army Basketball Club (ABC), so far victorious in all the four matches they have played.
ABC have converted 269 goals while conceding 212 goals in their four outings. Third overall until Sunday were Pazi, who have claimed three victories in five matches.
One of the oldest basketball clubs in the country, Pazi have carded 7 points, and conceded 196 goals against 235 goals for their kit.
Savio are number four with 7 points fished out of a three-win, one-loss stint. They have notched 232 goals and conceded 168.
Title holders JKT were pushed to the fifth position after winning three matches and losing once to Oilers.
They have packed 332 goals while conceding 228, ahead of Oilers who have played five matches and won three. Oilers have so far penned 282 goals and conceded 275.
In the seventh position were Chang�ombe United with 6 points, having played four times and won twice. They have posted 260 goals and conceded 271.