KGC won 95-83 in the home game against Ulsan Hyundai Mobis in the 5th round of the ‘2022-2023 SKT Adot Professional Basketball’ held at Anyang Indoor Gymnasium on the 11th.

Omari Spellman, who scored two decisive 3-pointers in the last minute, led the attack with 27 points and 14 rebounds, followed by Byun Jun-hyeong (18 points and 9 assists), Oh Se-geun (17 points), and Park Ji-hoon (7 points).

With this, KGC, which has won 7 consecutive wins, became the first among 10 clubs this season to reach 30 wins (11 losses), solidifying its sole lead. 3.5 games gap with second place Changwon LG (26 wins, 14 losses). KGC, which had 6 home wins in a row, took the lead with Hyundai Mobis and the season record with 4 wins and 1 loss.

Hyundai Mobis, who failed to maintain the momentum of winning against Jeonju KCC, suffered three consecutive losses against KGC. Mobis, who became 24-17 (0.585), was pushed out of the win rate by Seoul SK (23-16, 0.590) and fell to 4th place. It is the first time in three months since November 13 last year that Mobis fell to fourth place. 슬롯사이트

Home team KGC led by coach Kim Sang-shik put Byun Jun-hyung, Lens Abando, Moon Seong-gon, Oh Se-geun, and Omari Spellman as the best 5, while Cho Dong-hyun’s Hyundai Mobis faced off with Seo Myung-jin, Kim Tae-wan, Lee Woo-seok, Choi Jin-soo, and Gage Prim.

In the first half, when the two teams exchanged turns 12 times, Hyundai Mobis took a narrow lead, 54-52. Hyundai Mobis led the first quarter 25-23 with Prim outstanding. In KGC, the speed of guards such as Abando and Byun Jun-hyeong stood out. In the second quarter, Mobis, with Ronjay Avarientos and Jang Jae-seok, put more pressure on KGC, where Spellman’s play revived.

Mobis outperformed KGC by 10 points, 67-57, thanks to the speed of Lee Woo-seok and Seo Myung-jin in the middle of the third quarter. However, KGC’s momentum was not broken. KGC, which started a strong pressure defense, tied Mobis to 69 points, and Spellman, Oh Se-geun, and Byun Jun-hyeong scored goals to catch up to 1 point.

Once caught in the flow, KGC ran terribly. KGC, which widened the score to 76-71 with Yang Hee-jong and Byun Jun-hyung’s consecutive goals, widened the gap to 11 points to 82-71 with Yang Hee-jong and Bae Byeong-jun’s 3-point burst. However, Mobis terribly caught up with scores from Prim, Woo-Seok Lee, Ji-Hoon Ham, and Avarientos, and chased 82-81 with 4 minutes left.

KGC ran away again to 85-81 with Park Ji-hoon’s 3-pointer, and Spellman’s 3-pointer exploded in a row with about 2 minutes left. KGC, which solidified the victory with a score of 91-81, effectively blocked Mobis’ attack and consolidated the game. In Mobis, Gage Prim (24 points, 17 rebounds), Lee Woo-seok (14 points, 6 rebounds), Ronjay Avarientos (10 points, 5 assists), and Kim Tae-wan (12 points, 5 rebounds) played an active role, but could not turn the game around again.

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