Professional basketball team Busan KCC will face Ulsan Hyundai Mobis in the finals of the 2023 MG Saemaul Bank KBL Cup. KCC defeated last year’s champion Suwon KT 101-91 in overtime in the quarterfinals on Thursday at Wolmyeong Gymnasium in Gunsan, Jeollabuk-do.Alize DeShawn Johnson had a monster game, scoring 40 points and grabbing 18 rebounds, while Heo Woong (23 points) and Choi Jun-yong (16 points) chipped in at crucial moments to secure the win. Leading 86-84 with 58 seconds left in the fourth quarter on two free throws by Heo Woong, KCC gave up a layup to KT’s Jung Sung-woo (23 points) with 35 seconds left to send the game into overtime.

With 3:13 left in regulation, Choi Jun-yong’s off-balance shot hit the rim and he made the extra free throw to give KCC a 92-89 lead. After a pair of free throws by Lee Seung-hyun, KCC extended the lead to 96-89 on a layup by Heo Woong with 2:29 left in regulation and another free throw to seal the win. Hyundai Mobis pulled off a thrilling 89-88 come-from-behind victory over Seoul SK, led by Gage Prim (26 points, 8 rebounds) and Lee Woo-seok (9 points, 5 rebounds).

After reaching the finals for the second straight year, Hyundai Mobis will play KCC for the title on Friday .Trailing by five points with just over a minute left in the fourth quarter, Hyundai Mobis fought back .Hyundai Mobis tied the game at 87-87 on a three-pointer by Lee Woo-seok with 13.4 seconds left in regulation .After SK Jamil Warney (25 points, 10 rebounds, 6 assists) made the first free throw and missed the second, Hyundai Mobis went on a fast break. Ham Ji-hoon grabbed the rebound and connected with Lee Woo-seok, who was rushing under the basket. SK fouled him, but Lee made both free throws with 1.2 seconds left in 카지노사이트 regulation to pull within 89-88.

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