Thanks to the performances of Kim Seon-hyung (187cm, G) and Heo Il-yeong (195cm, F), SK defeated KCC after an extended game and won the second round of the playoffs in the round of 6.
Seoul SK won the 2022-2023 SKT A-Dot professional basketball Jeonju KCC in the second leg of the playoff in the 6th round held at the Jamsil Student Gymnasium on the 5th, 98-92. In the playoffs in the round of 6, which is played in a best-of-five game, they won two wins. In the 22 rounds of playoffs, the winning team in the 1st and 2nd games has a 100% (22/22) chance of advancing to the quarterfinals.
Kim Seon-hyung and Heo Il-yeong made a come-from-behind victory. Kim Seon-hyung recorded a double-double with a goal and an assist.바카라사이트 He hit a crucial 3-pointer in overtime. Heo Il-yeong exploded in the 4th quarter. He poured in 13 points in the fourth quarter alone. Jameel Warney (200cm, C) and Choi Bu-gyeong (200cm, F) also scored in double digits.
1Q. Seoul SK 21-19 Jeonju KCC: Overcoming Crisis
[SK-KCC Starting List]
– Seoul SK: Kim Seon-hyeong-Choi Seong-won-Oh Jae-hyeon-Choi Bu-kyung-Jamie Warney
* Same as the 1st game
– Jeonju KCC: Kim Ji-wan-Heo-ung-Jung Chang-young-Lee Seung-hyun- Laguna
* Heoung-Laguna, return to starting
KCC was crying due to the poor condition of key players. Heo Woong (185cm, G), who had just recovered from an ankle injury, scored only 4 points and 4 assists in the first game of the playoffs. Lee Seung-hyun (197cm, F) also missed the court due to an injury at the end of the first game.
Nevertheless, the KCC players were determined. KCC coach Jeon Chang-jin announced that the triangular formation Heo Woong-Lee Seung-hyun-Ra Gun-ah (199cm, C) would start. Heo Woong-Lee Seung-hyun-La Gun-ah revealed that they showed a firm will.
On the other hand, SK tried to continue the flow of the first game. The starting list for the first game, represented by the three guards of Kim Seon-hyung, Choi Seong-won (184cm, G), and Oh Jae-hyeon (186cm, G), was operated as it was.
SK coach Jeon Hee-chul showed satisfaction with the performance of the first game before the game. At the same time, he was wary of conceit with the story of ‘the lesser inside is careless’.
Unlike the first game, the team that led the early part of the second game was KCC. KCC ran away to 15-8 thanks to consecutive scores from Heo Ung and Kim Ji-wan (190cm, G).
However, SK quickly recovered its performance. Choi Bu-gyeong and Kim Seon-hyung led the reverse. Warney scored 13 points in the last 4 minutes of the first quarter without scoring.
SK overcame the early crisis well. The first quarter ended with a two-point lead.
2Q. Seoul SK 49-45 Jeonju KCC: Leon Williams vs Heo Woong
[SK Leon Williams 2nd quarter record]
– 6 minutes, 8 points (2 points: 2/2, free throw: 4/4) 3 rebounds (attack 2)
* Players from both teams Most successful free throws in the 2nd quarter
* Most rebounds in the 2nd quarter among players from both teams
[KCC Heo Ung 2nd quarter record]
– 8 minutes 42 seconds, 12 points (2 points: 2/2, 3 points: 2/4, free throws: 2/2 )
* Highest score in the 2nd quarter among players on both teams
* Most successful 3-pointers in the 2nd quarter among players from both teams
The first and second games were quite different. Unlike Game 1, where SK’s superiority in the 1st quarter continued to the end, KCC and SK had a fierce confrontation in Game 2.
In the first game, new stealer Oh Jae-hyun broke down KCC’s defense with a drive-in instead of a 3-point shot. Warney tied up his first goal and ran away with a 5-point lead.
KCC also counterattacked with Heo Ung at the fore. Heo Woong, who scored 3 points in the 1st quarter, added 7 points with 5 minutes and 46 seconds remaining in the 2nd quarter. I succeeded in all 3 Yatoo.
Song Dong-hoon (174cm, G) and Jeon Jun-beom (195cm, F) also scored. KCC turned around with 4 minutes and 49 seconds left in the second quarter.
However, there was Leon Williams (197cm, F) in SK. Williams, who was put in with 6 minutes left in the 2nd quarter, saved SK with 6 points in a row, including 4 free throws. One after another, Kim Seon-hyung, Choi Bu-kyung, and Oh Jae-hyun scored.
SK finished the second quarter with a 4-point advantage after a firefight. He scored 28 points in the second quarter alone.
3Q. Jeonju KCC 75-60 Seoul SK: 4:49, 14-0
[Comparison of KCC-SK 3rd quarter key records] (KCC in front)
– Score: 30-11
– Fast break score: 4-0
– Second chance score: 5 -0
– Field shooting success rate: Approx. 69% (11/16) – Approx. 31% (4/13)
– Rebound: 11 (Attack 2)-3 (Attack 1)
– Assists: 5-5
– Turnover: 0-2
– Steal: 1-0
– Blocked shot: 2-0
KCC started the third quarter with Lee Seung-hyun’s mid-range jumper. Lee Seung-hyun’s goal was the prelude to KCC’s explosion.
Kim Ji-wan led KCC’s third quarter. I moved around looking for an empty spot in the SK defense. KCC completed a 4-point advantage with 7 points, including 1 3-point shot and 2 free throws.
SK suffered from the sluggish performance of Kim Seon-hyung and Warney. Heo Woong and Laguna’s strong defense prevented them from making any scoring opportunities.
KCC continued to attack SK’s paint zone. Laguna and Jung Chang-young (193cm, F) took the lead. He steadily scored with a two-on-two attack and drive-in.
KCC scored 14 points without conceding a point from 7:50 to 3:1 in the 3rd quarter. The score widened to 14 points.
KCC’s concentration did not break until the end of the third quarter. Although they were chased by 10 points with Kim Seon-hyung’s 3-point shot, Kim Ji-wan and Jeong Chang-yeong’s consecutive goals finished the third quarter neatly.
4Q. Seoul SK 88-88 Jeonju KCC: Exploding Heo Il-young cooled Kim Ji-wan [SK Heo Il-young 4th quarter record] – 10 minutes, 13 points (2 points: 2/2, 3 points: 3/3) 1 rebound * 4 quarters among players from both teams Most points scored * The most successful 3-pointers in the 4th quarter among players from both teams (Number of successful 3-pointers in the 4th quarter of KCC: 1)SK, which completely lost its flow in the 3rd quarter, rushed at the start of the 4th quarter. Heo Il-yeong’s consecutive goals narrowed the gap to 10 points again. KCC did not take it lightly either. Lee Seung-hyun and Jung Chang-young scored again to widen the score gap. SK’s pursuit began with defense. He regained the atmosphere with rebound shooters and steals. In addition, Kim Seon-hyung’s floater and Heo Il-young’s fast-attack 3-point shot broke the rim in succession. The score was reduced to 76-81, 5 points. The flow completely went over to SK. The decline in physical strength of Laguna, who overpowered Warney until the third quarter, was noticeable. Laguna increased his mid-range jumper and 3-point shot attempts instead of under-the-goal attacks. It wasn’t efficient. SK, who chased by 2 points with Warney’s free throw, tied the score with Kim Sun-hyung’s drive-in 1 minute and 57 seconds before the end of the 4th quarter. Then, Heo Il-young’s 3-point shot reversed the game. However, KCC also regained its cool. Kim Ji-wan’s free throws and 3-point shots from a long distance all passed the rim. Again, it was KCC’s 88-86 advantage.
SK took advantage of the operation time with 34 seconds left. Warney caught the ball at the high post and broke Laguna’s check. scoring under the goal. It was a tie again.
Kim Ji-wan attempted a drive-in in the subsequent offensive opportunity. However, he was canceled due to traveling.
After that, SK’s last attack opportunity was also a failure. Because Kim Sun-hyung’s double dribble was declared.
In KCC’s last chance to attack, which started with 3 seconds left, Song Dong-hun shot through the half court. The 3-point shot that left Kim Ji-wan’s hand missed the rim. The match went into overtime.
Overtime 1. Seoul SK 98-92 Jeonju KCC: Great Victory
Warney recorded 12 points, 4 rebounds and 5 assists during regular time. The Yatoo success rate is about 29%. It was an activity that did not match the reputation of a foreign player MVP for two consecutive seasons.
Warney, who stretched from the 4th quarter, gained strength in the extension. SK scored the first goal of extension and induced Laguna’s 5th foul.
The player who broke the tight flow was Kim Seon-hyung. Kim Seon-hyung fired a 3-point shot that changed the 1-point lead to a 4-point lead 1 minute and 29 seconds before the end of the first overtime period. It was a 3-point shot that had no choice but to call the operation time on the KCC bench.
However, KCC’s after-hours attack failed due to a turnover. Rather, Warney landed the final blow by scoring in the paint zone.
The team that laughed after the extra game was SK. With a high level of concentration, he achieved a series of victories.