Oh Jae-hyun Fights Hard But Falls to 3 Points

Oh Jae-hyun Fights Hard But Falls to 3 Points… SK Loses 94-97 to Hyundai Mobis

In the 2023-2024 Korean Professional Basketball League, Seoul SK has emerged as a challenger to the dominant Wonju DB.

Riding a season-high 12-game winning streak, SK dropped its last game to Busan KCC just before the All-Star break, but was still in sole possession of second place (22-9) with a 3.5-game lead over first-place DB (26-6), setting the stage for a late-season charge.

However, the outlook was not all rosy. 카지노사이트탑

Starting guard Kim Sun-hyung injured his ankle against LG in Changwon on Sept. 9, and captain Heo Il-young was sidelined with a knee injury last month.

SK started the second half of the season with a loss, snapping a two-game losing streak.

SK lost 94-97 at home to the Ulsan Hyundai Mobis in the fourth round of the 2023-2024 Korean Professional Basketball League regular season at Jamsil Student Gymnasium in Seoul on Nov. 18.

The Hyundai Mobis were led by Gage Prim’s 21 points and Park Mubin’s 13 points, including three 3-pointers.

For SK, Oh Jae-hyun poured in 36 points and Jamil Warney recorded a double-double with 22 points and 10 rebounds, but it wasn’t enough to prevent the team from losing.


‘Ragan-A’s 29 points’ KCC wins 3rd straight…SK ends 12-game winning streak

Professional basketball team Busan KCC celebrated Ragan-ah’s milestone as the all-time leading foreign player scorer with a victory at home.

KCC defeated Seoul SK 90-75 in their 2023-2024 regular season home game at Busan Sajik Gymnasium.

Riding a three-game winning streak, fifth-ranked KCC (16-12) cut the gap to a game and a half between them and fourth-ranked 온라인카지노 Changwon LG (19-12) and hoped to move into the top half of the standings.

On the other hand, second-place SK (22 points, 9 games), which was riding a 12-game winning streak, tasted its first loss in a month against Wonju DB (82-91) on December 12.

The gap with the leading DB (25-6) also widened back to three games.

KCC had the added bonus of Lagana becoming the all-time regular-season scorer among foreign players, passing Aaron Haynes (10,878 points) after 13 seasons in the KBL.

Lagana hit a mid-range jumper with 55 seconds left in the first quarter to push his career total to 10,880 points.

With his 29 total points on the day, Lagana (10,901 points) also closed the gap on the all-time leader in this category, Seo Jang-hoon (13,321 points).

He also added 15 rebounds to move into first place on the all-time rebounding list (6,348).

Lagana also won a decision against SK’s Jamil Warney, who is currently considered the best big man in professional basketball.

KCC head coach Jeon Chang-jin substituted Lagana for Alize DeShawn Johnson to counter Warney’s strength and height, so naturally, the matchup between Warney and Lagana played out throughout the game.

Warney exploded in the third quarter as Lagana scored 12 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in the first half to lead SK to a 48-36 lead.

Warney led the charge, scoring 19 of SK’s 21 points in the third quarter.

For the most part, he had the physical advantage against Lagana, going one-on-one.

But in the fourth quarter, Lagana had the last laugh.

Lagunar scored eight points in the first five minutes of the fourth quarter to push the lead back to double digits, and with just over four minutes left in the game, he scored under the basket and drew a foul on his opponent to end SK’s chances of catching up.

Heo Woong supported Ragan-ah from the perimeter with 22 points.

Choi Jun-yong (15 points) and Lee Ho-hyun (12 points) also chipped in.

For SK, Warney struggled with 35 points and 10 rebounds.

Ahn Young-joon also had 16 points and eight rebounds, but he had to make up for the loss of star Kim Sun-hyung, who went down with an ankle injury.


Seoul SK-Anhyang’s Chung Ji-Kwan to play in the 2023-2024 East Asian Super League

Seoul SK and Anyang Chung-kwan-jang, the champion and runner-up, respectively, in the Korean professional basketball league last season, will represent the KBL in the East Asian Super League (EASL).

“Seoul SK and Anyang will represent the 안전카지노사이트 KBL in the EASL for the 2023-2024 season and will play their first games on the 18th and 25th, respectively,” the KBL announced on Sunday.

Seoul SK, which is in Group B of the EASL, will play its first game against the Ryukyu Golden Kings of the Japan B League at 7 p.m. on Aug. 18 at Okinawa Arena, while Anyang Jeongguanjang, which is in Group A, will face the Taipei Fubon Braves of the Taiwan P League+ at 7 p.m. on Aug. 25 at Anyang Gymnasium.

The 2023-2024 EASL, which kicked off on Nov. 11, will play its group stage on a home-and-away basis through Feb. 7 of next year, with games being played every Wednesday.

The “Final Four,” where the top two teams from each group will advance, will take place on March 8-10 next year, with the winner taking home $1 million, the runner-up $500,000, and the third-place team $250,000.

The match between Seoul SK and Ryukyu Golden Kings on the 18th will be broadcast live on SPOTV, and tickets for EASL games in Korea can be purchased on the KBL’s unified website. Tickets for the Anyang Jungkwanjang and Taipei Fubon Braves game in Anyang on the 25th will go on sale at 10am on the 18th.