Woori Bank, winning magic number ‘2’
Asan Woori Bank, the leader of the women’s professional basketball league, succeeded in escaping from a losing streak and reduced the ‘magic number’ to 2 to recapture the championship in the regular league for the first time in two years. 토토사이트
Woori Bank won 69-59 in a home game against Cheongju KB Stars in 2022-2023 women’s professional basketball held at Asan Yi Sun-shin Gymnasium on the 5th. Woori Bank, which suffered its first consecutive loss of the season recently losing to Shinhan Bank and Samsung Life Insurance, took a big step toward winning the regular league championship with this victory.
KB lost to Hana 1Q in Bucheon, the lowest place in the league, and gave up even today’s game, making it difficult for KB to advance to the playoffs with 8 wins and 15 losses. In particular, in this game, it was pushed 30-38 in the rebound fight. Park Ji-soo, who returned to the national team center, had to cut through the season-out hiatus due to a finger injury.
In Woori Bank, Kim Dan-bi (19 points, 7 rebounds, 7 assists) and Park Ji-hyun (24 points, 16 rebounds, photo), who recorded a ‘double double’, led the attack alternately in the first half and second half, respectively.
Woori Bank pushed KB hard from the beginning of the first quarter with Kim Dan-bi’s 3-point shot. In the first three minutes of the first quarter, they led the game by running away by more than 10 points to 12-2. KB narrowed the gap to 25-18, 7 points with Yang Ji-soo’s 3-point shot at the end of the quarter.
At the beginning of the second quarter, KB took the lead in the offensive rebound battle and took the mood. In 1 minute and 20 seconds, they caught up to 22-26, but Kim Dan-bi opened the way to attack Woori Bank again with a 3-point shot. Go A-ra and Park Hye-jin’s 3-pointers burst in succession and ran away 35-26.
Kim Dan-bi threw 3 3-point shots in the first quarter and made all of them successful, breaking KB’s will to pursue by making 5 3-point shots in the first half alone. Park Ji-hyun scored 14 points, including two 3-pointers, in the third quarter alone, leading Woori Bank to a 50-38, double-digit lead.
KB tightened the reins of the pursuit with Kang Iseul’s scorer in the 4th quarter, but could not narrow the score gap.
With this victory, Woori Bank recorded 19 wins and 4 losses, widening the gap to 2nd place Busan BNK (13 wins and 9 losses) by 5.5 games. If you add 2 wins from the remaining 7 games, you will be able to confirm 1st place in the regular league on your own.