‘Jamsil Theater’ 3-hour bloody battle, the main character is Kim Seon-hyung…SK happy ending + 4th place Suseong
Men’s professional basketball Seoul SK defeated Daegu Korea Gas Corporation after a bloody battle in 3 hours and succeeded in securing the 4th place alone.
In the 2022-2023 SKT A-Dot Pro Basketball Korea Gas Corporation home game held at Jamsil Student Gymnasium in Seoul on the 28th, SK won 118-116 after the third overtime.
In Jamsil, where 4,520 spectators gathered, the two teams engaged in a fierce battle. Starting with 21-20 in the first quarter, a rare scene was created in which only three overtimes were played without the weight of the game tilting to one side throughout the game.
It has been 840 days since Busan KT (now Suwon KT) defeated Goyang Orion (now Goyang Carrot) 116-115 on October 10, 2020 that the third extension was played in KBL. 토토사이트
It was ace Kim Seon-hyung who led SK to victory. Kim Seon-hyung scored 47 points alone and showed off his spirit by being responsible for more than ⅓ of the team’s total points that day. Jameel Warney also did his part with 24 points, 20 rebounds and 6 assists, ending the long, long day with a smile.
Gas Corporation also had ace Lee Dae-seong with 30 points, 3 rebounds and 6 assists, and Sam Josef Belrangel with 22 points, 4 rebounds and 5 assists, but bowed his head with a difference of 2 points at the end of the 3rd quarter.
SK maintained 4th place with 20 wins and 14 losses in the season. Chasing second-place Changwon LG by one game, the battle for the top spot became more interesting. KOGAS remained in 9th place, 3 games behind Jeonju KCC in 6th place with 13 wins and 21 losses.
2nd place Changwon LG also beat leader Anyang KGC 68-63 in the home room and ran 3 home wins in a row. As they pursued KGC by two games, the competition for first place intensified.
For LG, Lee Kwan-hee was responsible for 13 points, the most in the team, and foreign player Asem Marey dominated the bottom of the goal with 12 points and 14 rebounds. Yoon Won-sang also contributed by scoring 11 points, including three 3-pointers.
Wonju DB also finished their home game against Jeonju KCC with an 89-73 win and jumped to 7th place alone. Six players including Lee Seon Albanot, Dewan Hernandez, Lenard Freeman, Kim Jong-gyu, Kim Hyun-ho, and Kang Sang-jae defeated KCC with even performances scoring double digits.