Women’s Basketball Woori Bank · KB, Park Shin-ja Cup 3 Consecutive Wins… Semifinal Secured

Hana 1 Q won the first victory by defeating the Philippines…

Samsung Life lost to Australia’s Bendigo for a second consecutive loss

Women’s Basketball

Women’s professional basketball Asan Woori Bank and Cheongju KB confirmed their advance to the semifinals with three consecutive victories at the 2023 Park Shin-Ja Cup International Competition. 바카라사이트

Last season’s unified Korean women’s professional basketball champion, Woori Bank, defeated Incheon Shinhan Bank 85-57 in Group A’s third match held at the Cheongju Gymnasium in North Chungcheong Province on the 28th.

Woori Bank

Woori Bank, which defeated Japan’s Toyota Antelopes on the 26th and Yongin Samsung Life Insurance on the 27th,

took the lead in Group A with three consecutive victories even after three consecutive days of hard marching, securing at least second place and securing a spot in the semifinals.

Ten teams from four countries, including Japan, Australia, and the Philippines, participated in the tournament,

which saw the prize money increase from 10 million won to 30 million won, from six WKBL clubs.

After being divided into two groups to play the group stage,

the top two in the group will advance to the semi-final tournament to determine the winner.

After defeating Bendigo Spirit, who represented Australia two days ago, Shinhan Bank suffered consecutive losses to Toyota and Woori Bank, ending with one win and two losses.

Woori Bank’s Park Ji-hyun exploded with 30 points and 9 rebounds

Kim Dan-bi

Kim Dan-bi scored 18 points, 9 rebounds and 6 assists, and Na Yoon-jeong scored 18 points and 5 rebounds.

Transfer student Yoo Seung-hee recorded 9 points and 16 rebounds against his former team.

At Shinhan Bank, only Kim Sonia (20 points and 7 rebounds) and Kim Ji-young (14 points) scored double digits.

With Park Ji-hyun, who was responsible for scoring 12 points while stirring around the court in the first quarter, Woori Bank took the lead by 26-17.

First Half End

At the end of the first half, the lead was 40-30.

In the middle of the 3rd quarter, Shinhan Bank caught up 43-49 with Goose and Sonia Kim’s outer gun.

With 6 minutes left in the 4th quarter, Woori Bank, who made it 68-52 with Na Yoon-jung and Yoo Seung-hee’s 3-pointers in a row, scored 5 points in a row with Park Ji-hyun’s 3-point shot and floater at 70-55, ran away with a 20-point lead 3 minutes and 7 seconds before the end to win. hardened

Samsung Life

Samsung Life Insurance in the same Group A lost 62-83 to Bendigo, losing for the second time in a row following the first game against Woori Bank.

Bendigo, who was completely defeated by Shinhan Bank in the first game, became 1 win and 1 loss.

Samsung Life was greatly outnumbered by 25-49 in the number of rebounds, giving only 22 rebounds to Bendigo’s Alicia Proling (22 points).

He threw 40 3-pointers, but only made 9 of them.

Kang Yoo-rim scored 21 points and Lee Hae-ran scored 13 points.

Group B

In Group B, KB defeated Busan BNK 84-64 and took a spot in the semifinals with three consecutive wins.

KB was on the rise in this group, beating Bucheon Hana 1Q, Japan’s Eneos Sunflowers, and BNK in turn.

On this day, Kang Iseul scored 16 points and 7 rebounds, including 4 3-point shots, Lee Chae-eun 11 points, and Park Ji-soo 10 points.

Jinan struggled with 23 points and 7 rebounds, but BNK, who failed to win as a team, lost 1 win and 2 losses, making it unclear how to advance to the semifinals.

Hana 1 Q

Group B’s Hana 1 Q defeated the Philippine national team 80-63 and reported their first victory in the tournament, becoming 1 win and 1 loss.

‘Ace’ Shin Ji-hyun scored 22 points, 8 assists and 5 steals, Yang In-young played a big role with 19 points and 5 rebounds.

Following the BNK match on the 26th, the Philippines suffered two consecutive losses to a Korean professional team.

◇ 2023 Park Shin-Ja Cup International Basketball Tournament

▲ Group A

Asan Woori Bank (3 wins) 85 (26-17 14-13 20-22 25-5)

57 Incheon Shinhan Bank (1 win 2 losses)

Bendigo Spirit (1 win 1 Lose) 83 (24-11 21-16 18-22 20-13)

62 Yongin Samsung Life Insurance (2 losses)

▲ Group B

Cheongju KB (3 wins) 84 (20-18 18-11 28-15 18-20)

64 Busan BNK (1 win 2 losses)

Bucheon Hana 1 Q (1 win 1 loss) 80 (22-18 20-14 15-13 23-18)

63 Philippine national team (2 losses)

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