1 win in the semifinals, SK achieved it in 0.6 seconds, but LG is waiting for 8 years

April 16, 2023 0 Comments

1 win in the semifinals is very difficult for some, but not so for others.

Seoul SK won a dramatic come-from-behind victory 92-91 in the 2022-23 SKT Adot Pro Basketball semifinal playoff second leg against Changwon LG held at Changwon Indoor Gymnasium on the 16th, leaving only one win to advance to the championship match.

It was a bloody battle. It was a spectacular match that could not take my eyes off the entire 40 minutes, including the showdown between Jameel Warney and Reggie Perry, and the last chase of LG.

In the end, the winner and loser were determined in the final 0.6 seconds. SK, which was heavily defeated, defeated LG with a wonderful winning score from Leon Williams, who showed ’13 seconds of fighting spirit’.

SK, who started the playoffs in 3rd place in the regular league, got a chance to sweep Jeonju KCC and even LG. Including the 6th round of the regular league, it is a whopping 14 consecutive wins.

On the opposite line, Anyang KGC is slowing down after being hit by Goyang Carrot. If the series is prolonged, SK becomes more advantageous. If SK goes up to the championship match by sweeping and winning LG, they can also expect to become the 3rd champion, which only exists 5 times in KBL history. It is a situation where you can also aim for the’Perfect 10’ achieved by KGC in the 2020-21 season. 토토사이트

On the contrary, LG missed another chance to win in the semifinals, which was achieved in eight years after the fourth round of the semifinal playoffs in the 2014-15 season. It was a bitter comeback defeat that did not last 0.6 seconds.

LG reached the semifinals again in the 2018-19 season after the 2014-15 season, but allowed a 0-3 sweep series to E-Land of Impression and became the victim of advancing to the first championship match.

Of course, LG also had many chances to win. If Kim Jun-il’s no-mark dunk hadn’t failed, if Lee Kwan-hee’s no-mark jumper had succeeded at least one more, and if Kim Jun-il’s final free throw hadn’t failed, if Williams hadn’t allowed an offensive rebound, there would have been no miracle of 0.6 seconds. It’s all the more unfortunate because it was something that everyone could do enough.

However, LG made too many mistakes to end the eight-year wait. They certainly fought well, but the last step was not enough to be victorious.

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