‘At one time, 57 points’ KGC won a 99-43 landslide victory over Carrot… 4th round PO overpowered
Anyang KGC, who ranked first in the professional basketball regular league, won a landslide victory over Goyang Carrot. It was a one-sided game that the gap widened to 57 points at one point in the fourth quarter.
KGC defeated Carrot 99-43 in the first leg of the 2022-23 professional basketball quarterfinal playoff (PO) held at Anyang Indoor Gymnasium on the 13th.
KGC took the win early by widening the gap to 52-25 or more than a double score in the first half, and continued to focus on winning the home fans as a present.메이저사이트
The 56-point difference is the highest PO point difference ever, including the 45-point difference (112-67) victory over Jeonju KCC by Incheon Electro-Land during the PO 4th round of the semifinals in the 2020-21 season, as well as the professional basketball regular league. KGC also captured a 78% chance of advancing to the championship by winning the first game.
Carrot, who managed to advance to the semifinal PO after a close battle from the previous round of 6 PO to the 5th game against Hyundai Mobis in Ulsan, collapsed helplessly without overcoming the physical burden. The two teams will play the second game at the same place on the 15th at 2:00 pm.
From the first half, KGC took the win. Omari Spellman’s score was added to Byun Jun-hyung and Oh Se-geun’s consecutive scores, and they ran away to 15-2. The gap that had begun to widen has hardly narrowed.
Carrot’s 3-point shot for the pursuit went back to nothing, while KGC accumulated points step by step. 27-9, widening by 18 points from the first quarter.
The flow did not change in the second quarter either. KGC, who gained momentum, terrifyingly drove Carrot. He clearly had the upper hand in the rebound fight.
KGC seldom left room for pursuit, with Park Ji-hoon responding with a 3-point shot to Kang-sun Kim’s 3-point shot. Jung Jun-won and Han Seung-hee also scored.
In the end, KGC took a huge lead 52-25 in the first half. Only eight 2-pointers were made by Carrot in the first and second quarters. KGC was more than twice as good in rebounding, 25-11.
As the gap widened, Carrot gradually lost his fighting spirit in the third quarter. The ball thrown from the outskirts stopped being an air ball or gave the opponent a chance to attack with an unfortunate turnover. Even his concentration seemed to be greatly diminished.
KGC did not miss this opportunity and completely overwhelmed Carrot. Even Spellman, Bae Byung-jun, and Byun Jun-hyung’s three-point shots burst one after another. At the end of the third quarter, the score was 84-36, and the gap between the two teams widened to 48 points.
Winning early was meaningless. KGC Lens Abando even managed to dunk in the 4th quarter. The gap between the two teams widened to 96-39, a whopping 57 points, thanks to consecutive scores from Ham Jun-hoo, Park Ji-hoon, and Darryl Monroe.
Carrot tried to narrow the gap even a little with his 3-point shot, but each time it went back to nothing. However, as airballs came out one after another, they lost their will to pursue. In the end, the match ended with KGC winning.
In KGC, Spellman scored 22 points, including four 3-pointers, and 6 players, including Park Ji-hoon (15 points), Han Seung-hee (14 points), Bae Byung-jun (13 points), Jeong Jun-won (12 points) and Byun Jun-hyeong (10 points), scored double-digit points. did. In rebounding, he was greatly ahead, 51-26. As the gap widened early on, it was also an income of stamina arrangement of key players.
On the other hand, Carrot played a difficult game throughout the game, with Jeon Seong-hyun scoring 11 points, including three 3-pointers, the most points in the team. Only 13 2-pointers were thrown during the 4th quarter, and only 7 of the 50 3-pointers attempted were successful.