The first head-to-head matchup between two former Chung-Ang University coaches at KT Arena in Suwon, South Korea.
Junior KT head coach Song Young-jin (45, ’98) defeated senior Sono head coach Kim Seung-ki (51, ’90) 101-65.
Song, a rookie making his debut this season, earned his third career win.
Kim, a nine-year veteran, has 241 career wins.
There was not a single tie or lead in the entire 40 minutes.
The power differential was huge. 토토사이트
KT had a one-sided advantage in rebounds 49-22, assists 28-11, blocked shots 7-4, and fast breaks 9-1.
Sono was outrebounded 12-10, outstepped 12-4, and out-turned 6-14.
All 12 starters played, and all scored in double figures.
Appropriately rested, with only Paris Bass playing more than 30 minutes.
Rookie Moon Jung-hyun really stepped up with 10P 8R 2A.
Ha Yoon-ki shoots 100% from the field (7 of 7) with 3 dunks, and Lee Doo-won has 1 dunk as well.
Lee Hyun-seok takes 2 3-pointers and makes both.
Everyone played a full game, but Kim Min-wook, Baek Jiwoong, and Min Ki Nam were scoreless.
Lee Jung-hyun (21P) and Jeon Sung-hyun (10P) played nearly 35 minutes, but their shooting percentages dropped significantly due to exhaustion.
Lee shot in the 40s. Jeon took 8 3-pointers and only made 1.
The two foreign players combined to score only 12 points!
Yang Gung basketball is a thing of the past! 49 3-pointers, 12 made. 24.5% shooting percentage.