Professional basketball DB and LG win the final game of the regular league PO starts on April 4th

KCC also completely defeated its opponent SK in the semifinals of the playoffs
DB Didrick Lawson (No. 13)

The 2023-2024 Jeong Kwan-Jang professional basketball regular league will conclude all 54 games per team and begin the post-season on April 4.

The 10 professional basketball teams held their final regular league game at five gyms across the country on the 31st and confirmed the final rankings.

Wonju DB achieved a come-from-behind victory over Daegu Korea Gas Corporation, 82-73, in the home game held at Wonju Sports Complex.

DB, which had already confirmed first place in the regular league, finished the regular league with 41 wins and 13 losses and prepared for the semifinal playoffs.

DB, which trailed 39-43 in the first half, led the comeback victory by scoring 21 points in the second half after having scored no points in the first half.

Ethan Albano added 18 points and Kim Jong-gyu also added 17 points to help the team win.

5th place Busan KCC finished the regular season on a high note by defeating 4th place Seoul SK, which they will face in the semifinal playoffs, 102-79.

Choi Jun-yong, who suffered from an injury this season, played well, scoring 17 points, and Song Kyo-chang, who played for the first time in 29 days due to an injury, also adjusted his condition by scoring 8 points.

KCC, who had been in a close game until the 3rd quarter, tied SK’s score at 15 points in the 4th quarter and scored 35 points to snatch the victory.

Second-place Changwon LG, which advanced to the semifinal playoffs, defeated last-place Seoul Samsung 98-63, by a large margin.

LG sharpened its shooting sense with all 12 players scoring points, including Assem Marey (13 points).

Samsung remained in last place for three consecutive seasons starting from the 2021-2022 season.

8th place Goyang Sono defeated 3rd place Suwon KT 95-91 after a close match that went into overtime.

Sono was unable to maintain a 52-38 advantage in the first half and ended the fourth quarter with a 79-79 lead, sending it into overtime.

However, Chinanu Onuaku (17 points) scored 9 points in overtime alone to secure the victory.

Ulsan Hyundai Mobis, ranked 6th, defeated Anyang Jeonggwanjang 83-81, led by Lee Woo-seok and Kebe Aluma, who each scored 17 points.

Last season’s champion, Cheong Kwan-Jang, finished the regular season in 9th place with 18 wins, 36 losses, and failed to advance to the playoffs.

Professional basketball, which has completed the regular league, will enter the round of 6 playoffs with 3 wins out of 5, starting with the game between 4th place SK and 5th place KCC at Jamsil Student Gymnasium on April 4th at 7 PM.

The semifinals between 3rd place KT and 6th place Hyundai Mobis will begin at 7 PM on April 5 at Suwon KT Arena. 스포츠토토

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