Professional Basketball Wonju DB Beats Seoul SK

Lawson 18 Points… Professional Basketball Wonju DB Beats Seoul SK and Takes the Lead, ‘Magic Number 9’

Professional basketball Wonju DB defeated Seoul SK and reduced the magic number for regular league championship to single digits.

DB won 82-68 in a home game against SK in the 2023-2024 CheongKwanJang Professional Basketball Regular League held at the Wonju Sports Complex in Gangwon-do on the 13th.

DB, with 33 wins and 10 losses, widened its lead over second place Suwon KT (27 wins, 13 losses) to 4.5 games.

If DB wins 9 out of the remaining 11 games, it can secure first place in the regular league even if KT wins all 14 remaining games. 카지노사이트

DB, which led 45-39 in the first half, widened the gap with SK in the second half with even offensive power, with five players scoring double-digit scores.

In a game where the gap was maintained by more than 10 points after the middle of the 3rd quarter, DB dominated the game so much that the gap widened to 23 points at 78-55 in the middle of the 4th quarter.

SK used bench members early in the second half, with Jamil Warney playing only 25 minutes and Oh Se-geun playing only 22 minutes.

In DB, Didrick Lawson scored the most points in the team with 18 points, and Sangjae Kang had 12 points, 9 rebounds, and 6 assists.

3rd place SK, which was trying to win 3 times in a row, recorded 25 wins and 16 losses due to the loss on this day, falling behind 4th place Changwon LG (25 wins and 17 losses) by 0.5 games.

In SK, Oh Jae-hyun, who recently joined the national team, scored the most points with 13 points.

Samsung, the bottom ranked team with a recent rise, won 73-60 in its home game against Anyang CheongKwanJang.

Although they are still at the bottom of the rankings (9 wins, 33 losses), they have narrowed the gap with Cheong Kwan-Jang and Goyang Sono (13 wins, 28 losses), tied for 8th place, to 4.5 games.

Samsung recorded 4 wins and 2 losses in the last 6 games, and although it was a bit late, it started to get out of last place.

Samsung’s Kofi Coburn recorded a double-double with 25 points and 10 rebounds, and Lee Jung-hyun, who continued his record of playing in 624 consecutive games, the most in the KBL, contributed to the team’s victory with 10 points, 9 assists, 6 rebounds, and 4 steals.

With the defeat that day, Cheong Kwan Jang was unable to get out of the swamp of 7 consecutive losses and 14 consecutive away losses.

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