The Western Division group phase of the BAL was concluded on Wednesday, November 16, as a number of teams, including Kenny Gasana's Bangui SC, made it to the semifinals. The competition that involved eight teams saw strong performances by some teams and players. Bangui Sporting Club, Abidjan Basket Club, Seydou Legacy Athletique Club, Stade Malien Bamako are the four teams in the semifinals. Times Sport brings you some of the best players that performed well in the contest in Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire. Dane Miller Jr (Seydou Legacy Athletique Club) The 32-year-old American was in great form for his side against a wounded Forces Armess et Police (FAP) in a must-win match up. The 2,03m (6ft 8in) forward went on to finish the game with a double-double effort of 22 points, 14 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 blocks with efficiency rating of 28 as SLAC secured an all important Semi-Finals ticket thanks to their 85-75 over FAP. Chris Obekpa (Seydou Legacy Athletique Club) The 2,06m (6ft 9in) forward is another player who recorded a five-star performance in his side's hard-fought victory over FAP with blocks that drew wide applause from the fans. The Nigerian international who led all players in the West Division of the Elite 16 round with a total of 15 blocks from three games, had seven against FAP on Wednesday. The former Santa Cruz Warriors player ended the contest with 11 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists and 7 blocks with an efficiency rating of 23. Rolly Fula (Bangui Sporting Club) The 2,00m swingman became the cornerstone for the Bangui-based side when Coach Alpha Mane's experiment almost went awry after he decided to feed his bench players against a hungry Elan Coton team. And when the Central African Republic champions' bench players could not stand the heat brought on them by the Cotonou-based Elan, who almost did the impossible, Mane had no option than to look in the direction of his first five anchored by Fula. The rescue team eventually bailed out their team but Fula could not go unnoticed as he posted 22 points, 7 rebounds, 2 assists, one block, and 18 efficiency rating. Abdoulaye Harouna (Association Sportive de Sale) Though AS Sale may have said good-bye to the BAL Season 3, it's guard Abdoulaye Harouna Amadou's contribution that grabbed the limelights. The 196m (6ft 5in) guard helped his side to leave Abidjan with some respect. The 29-year-old Nigerien recorded a team high 23 points, 9 rebounds, 3 assists and 3 steals in the 83-70 victory over Abidjan Basket Club of Cote D'Ivoire. Michael Poole (Seydou Legacy Athletic Club) Poole was one of the players’ Coach Zeljko Zecevic counted on when the chips were down in the all important game against FAP and the American never disappointed. The 1,96m (6ft 5in) forward contributed his quota to his team victory with 21 points, 4 rebounds, 5 assists, 4 steals and one block shot.