By FOX Sports Staff
The Dragons owners were featured by Focus Malaysia - a bi-weekly business journal in Malaysia - in their '40 CEOs Under 40' feature which aims to list the most powerful individuals under the age of 40 who have made the biggest mark in the local corporate scene.
In addition to their success running Westports Malaysia and the Berjaya Group separately, the pair were recognised for the work they have done together as owners of the Dragons - one of the founding members of the ABL and now in its fourth season.
"It is a huge honor but I am especially glad the Dragons was mentioned in the article as it plays a significant role in the lives of Dato' Robin and I," Ruben said
"We are glad to contribute to the success of the ABL and are also humbled by what we have been able to learn from being a part of the ABL."
The Dragons also earned plaudits for their continued commitment to developing the sport of basketball in Malaysia as shown by the recent launch of the Dragons Development Initiative.
"We are very fortunate. To be where Ruben and I are and to do what we do requires a measure of competitive spirit," Robin said.
"We love sports. Being in ownership of a team still provides that same thrill and excitement we used to get from participating."
It was good news all around for the Dragons this week as they defeated the visiting Saigon Heat 75-64 on Friday to remain on course for a fourth straight appearance in the ABL Playoffs.