Daegu KOGAS has completed a miraculous winning streak.
KOGAS won 100-98 after an overtime battle against Busan KCC in the 2023-2024 Jeonggwanjang Professional Basketball League at Daegu Indoor Gymnasium on the 25th. With the victory, KOGAS continued its league winning streak and blew the whistle on its fourth consecutive home win.
The mood before the game was that even though KCC was the top team in the league standings, they were never going to win. KCC was missing Song Kyo-chang, Lee Ho-hyun, and Jung Chang-young due to injury. KCC was also missing Kim Nak-hyun and Lee Dae-heon due to injury, but KCC’s loss of three key players seemed more devastating.
Furthermore, KCC is not the subpar team it once was. 온라인카지노 They’ve been on a tear, going 5-1 in their last six games, and on Nov. 22, they pulled off a “big fish” against league runner-up Seoul SK. With momentum on their side, they were looking for their second straight league win and fourth straight home victory.
Facing such a tricky opponent, KCC used an unusual lineup due to injury woes.
In the first quarter, Choi Jun-yong started at point guard and Kim Dong-hyun started at sixth man. KCC got off to a quick start. Choi Jun-yong came out firing. After hitting three straight three-pointers early in the game, Choi scored 16 points in the first quarter alone, neutralizing KCC’s reliance on Andrew Nicholson. Although he sometimes made unreasonable plays, such as not sticking to the promised offensive pattern, he showed his ‘demonic talent’ not only in scoring, but also in leading the court and rebounding.
Thanks to this, KCC managed to finish the first half with a 43-33 lead. But KCC’s relief was short-lived. The second half came around. 에볼루션 바카라사이트 KCC fought back to take the game to overtime, 87-87. In the fateful overtime, KCC finally won the game on a three-pointer by Shin Seung-min with 2.6 seconds left in regulation.
Meanwhile, Suwon KT extended its winning streak by holding off Seoul SK, 68-65.