Wonju Divi (DB) extended its winning streak to five games, while Anyang Jungkwanjang fell to its seventh straight defeat.
DB won 93-86 against Jungkwanjang in the 2023-2024 Korean Basketball League (KBL) regular season at Anyang Gymnasium on Jan. 31.

With their fifth straight win, Divi solidified their lead with a 23-5 record, while Jung Kwanjang remained in seventh place with a 10-18 record.
Five starters scored in double figures for the division, including Dedrick Lawson (22 points), Kang Sang-jae (22 points), Lee Sun Albano (18 points), Doo Kyung-min (15 points), and Kim Jong-kyu (14 points).
Wonju DB extended their winning streak to five games, while Anyang Jungkwanjang fell to their seventh straight defeat.

DB won 93-86 against Jungkwanjang in the 2023-2024 Korean Basketball League (KBL) regular season at Anyang Gymnasium on Jan. 31.

With their fifth straight win, Divi solidified their lead with a 23-5 record, while Jung Kwanjang remained in seventh place with a 10-18 record. 안전토토사이트
Five starters scored in double figures for the division, including Dedrick Lawson (22 points), Kang Sang-jae (22 points), Lee Sun Albano (18 points), Doo Kyung-min (15 points), and Kim Jong-kyu (14 points).
Trailing 58-70 to start the fourth quarter, Chung tried to break through with some aggressive outside shooting.

Choi Sung-won and Carter hit back-to-back three-pointers early in the fourth quarter to cut the deficit to five points at one point.

With 2:50 left in regulation, Park Ji-hoon’s two-point play brought them within three points, 81-84.
However, a layup by Divi’s leading scorer Kang Sang-jae, a fast break by Albano, and a basket by Kim Jong-kyu reopened the gap and proved to be the difference.
Divi head coach Kim Joo-sung said, “We struggled because our opponent played an active game up front.

We made mistakes in defense, but the players did a good job in attack.

The players did a great job and we finished the year well.”

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