“You did the best.” Coach Jeon Chang-jin, who laughed for the first time, ended the first half of the year with a sense of Busan KCC

“You did the best.” Coach Jeon Chang-jin, who laughed for the first time, ended the first half of the year with a sense of Busan KCC

KCC beat SK 90-75 completely at the 2023-24 regular basketball match held at Sajik Gymnasium in Busan on Wednesday. KCC, which also caught SK following Goyang Sono and Ulsan Hyundai Mobis, has won three consecutive games.라바카지노

Until the middle of the first half, KCC had many games where scores were widened due to frequent errors in the first quarter and lost due to exhaustion of physical strength. Recently, as the number of errors in the first quarter decreased and defense concentration increased, more games led, and naturally, the number of wins increased.

On the same day, KCC had a 27-15 lead on the day by banking on internal and external performances of Choi Joon-yong, Ra Gun-ah, and Heo Woong. The second quarter was tight but maintained a 12-point lead. Song Kyo-chang was sidelined due to injury, but KCC, which made the most of its manpower, maintained a steady performance. In the third quarter, Heo Woong’s free throw, three-point play, and Lee Hyun-ho’s out shot enabled KCC to maintain a double-digit gap. In the fourth quarter, KCC secured a landslide victory by 15 points while keeping the lead amid Ra Gun-ah’s performance.

“I have won three consecutive games before the break. I feel great because I think I finished the first half very well,” said Heo Woong, who scored 22 points including three three-point shots.

KCC manager Jeon Chang-jin, who looked gloomy throughout the first half of the season due to his unexpected slump, also looked cheerful for the first time after the game. “This is the best game of the season. I had a good balance between offense and defense. I was satisfied with both defense and rebound, and the Sixers who played in the middle also performed well. Everyone played well in this game.”

KCC Ra Gun-ah scored 29 points, 15 rebounds, and six assists, while Hur Woong scored 22 points, two rebounds, and four assists. Ra Gun-ah overtook Aaron Haynes (retired) to rank second overall in scoring (10,901 points) in the KBL. The top scorer was Seo Jang-hoon (13,231 points). Besides them, Choi Joon-yong, who scored 15 points, eight rebounds, and six assists, and Lee Ho-hyun, who scored 12 points, two rebounds, and four assists, have displayed outstanding performances.

5th-ranked KCC, which beat SK’s momentum, which has been on a steep rise, harvested its 16th win (12 losses) of the season and narrowed the gap with 4th-ranked Changwon LG to 1.5. Basketball officials who watched KCC, which lost three consecutive games after seven consecutive wins and won three consecutive games by compensating for its weakness in the first quarter, made them look forward to the second half of the year, saying, “KCC seems to have a sense now.”

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