Winning ‘Wire to Wire’ is just around the corner.슬롯사이트

Professional basketball KGC Ginseng Corporation won a 89-67 victory in the 2022-2023 SKT Adot Pro Basketball Round 5 home game against LG held at Anyang Indoor Gymnasium on the 15th. KGC, the league leader with 9 consecutive wins, reported 32 wins (11 losses) for the season, increasing the number of wins against second place LG (27 wins, 15 losses) to 4.5 games. The magic number for winning the regular season is ‘8’.

Because it was a big match called a preview championship match, a tight match was expected, but when the lid was opened, it was somewhat one-sided. KGC showed off its leading dignity toward LG, who coveted first place.

After taking a 30-17 lead based on the rebound advantage from the first quarter, the gap steadily widened. At one time, the score difference was up to 31 points, and it drove LG to an easy victory. Veteran big man Oh Se-geun had a perfect performance with 26 points and 10 rebounds, including 4 3-pointers, and Omari Spellman assisted him with 13 points and 13 rebounds.

The greatest strength is that the players take turns in each game and perform evenly. Byun Jun-hyung, who quickly emerged as a league MVP candidate while leading the team with an average of 14 points and 5.2 assists, and Park Ji-hoon, who shines in the clutch, are impressive guards. In addition, all domestic players such as Moon Seong-gon, Oh Se-geun, and Yang Hee-jong will do their part. Not to mention the presence of Lens Abando of the Philippines, who joined the Asian quota system, and Spellman, who has an offensive power that averages 19.6 points (2nd in the league).

This is the reason why KGC has maintained its No. 1 position since its opening. In the remaining 11 games, he will start to solidify. The only variable is the schedule to return to Japan to participate in the East Asian Super League (EASL), which will be held in early March. However, since there is only one face-to-face confrontation with LG, it is not expected that there will be much difficulty in reducing the magic number.

According to the scenario, KGC decorates the club’s 2nd regular season championship with the 3rd ‘Wire-to-Wire’ championship in KBL history. It is a rare record that only DB in the 2011-2012 season and Hyundai Mobis in the 2018-2019 season succeeded in winning while maintaining first place throughout the season. KGC, which has booked spring basketball early, is aiming for ‘V4’ and advancing to three consecutive championship matches with a fast run.

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