Professional basketball Hyundai Mobis leaps to tied 5th place Cheong Kwan-Jang is in a 6-game losing streak

Hyundai Mobis and Cheong Kwan-Jang players compete for rebounds in the game on the 9th.

Professional basketball Ulsan Hyundai Mobis pushed Anyang CheongKwanJang into a 6-game losing streak and rose to a tie for 5th place.

Hyundai Mobis won 93-78 in the home game against CheongKwanJang in the 2023-2024 JeongKwanJang Professional Basketball Regular League held at Dongcheon Gymnasium in Ulsan on the 9th.

As a result of this day, the two teams tied for 5th place with 9 wins and 10 losses.

Hyundai Mobis recently broke its two-game losing streak and two-game home losing streak at the same time and continued its four-game winning streak against CheongKwanJang.

He won all three matches against Cheong Kwan-jang this season.In particular, following 86-75 in the first round and 108-77 in the second round, he defeated Cheong Kwan-Jang by a score of more than double digits on this day.

On the other hand, Cheong Kwan-Jang recently suffered 6 consecutive losses in the KBL League.

Cheong Kwan Jang defeated Tropang Giga of the Philippines 105-97 in the East Asian Super League game on the 6th, but has not won in a KBL game since defeating Daegu Korea Gas Corporation 98-93 on November 21.

Hyundai Mobis took a large lead in the first half, 56-34, thanks to the strong offensive power of foreign players such as Kebe Aluma and Gage Prim.

It was a one-sided game, with the score reaching 64-37 at one point in the third quarter and the score being as high as 27 points.

Hyundai Mobis achieved an easy victory with 11 participating players, excluding Kim Jun-il, contributing to the scoring.

Aluma scored 21 points, Prim 17 points, and the only domestic player, Jang Jae-seok, scored 12 points.

At Cheongkwanjang, Lens Abando played hard with 17 points and 7 rebounds. 19가이드03

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