Busan KCC defeated Seoul SK 81-63 in the first round of the Korean Basketball Association’s best-of-seven quarterfinals playoffs on Thursday. The team used an overwhelming rebounding advantage (47-30) as a springboard to victory. KCC head coach Jeon Chang-jin said, “For the first time this season, we won because we played good defense. I think our defense worked well because we didn’t play many players,” said KCC head coach 카지노사이트 Changjin Jeon.

KCC, which was considered a strong favorite heading into the season, finished fifth in the regular season. However, the team showed signs of being a super team once spring basketball started. Nine of the 11 players who stepped on the court that day scored in the game. In the third quarter, they went up 61-45 and took control of the game.

KCC’s Huong scored a game-high 19 points, including three three-pointers. Ragan-ah (17 points, 7 rebounds) and Song Kyo-chang (13 points, 9 rebounds) also scored in double figures. Choi Jun-yong, who played for SK until last season and then moved to KCC, chipped in seven points (four assists, three rebounds). He called SK an “old man’s team” ahead of this season. The veterans in their mid-to-late 30s have struck a nerve with many of his teammates.

SK (fourth in the regular season) was lethargic. Leading scorer Jamil Warney (14 points, 9 rebounds) was held to 33% (6 of 18) shooting from the field as the defense clogged up. Aside from Ahn Young-joon (15 points) and Kim Sun-hyung (13 points), the team lacked support from domestic players. Oh Se-geun had four points and Choi Buk-kyung was held scoreless. The team shot a dismal 22% (6-of-27) from three-point range. The second game of the best-of-five series will be played at the same venue on June 6.

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