Lee Dae-heon of Korea Gas Corporation with ‘annual salary of 550 million won’, ‘leading the first win

Daegu Gas Corporation won its first win against Seoul SK, 96-94, at Daegu Gymnasium on the 29th.
After a close game in each quarter, 29-27, 22-23, 24-26, 21-18, Nicholson’s 3-point winning shot with 2 seconds left!
The recorded figures are also similar. Rebounds 28-28, steals 4-4, fast breaks 3-3. In assists, KOGAS is ahead with 18-13. Gas Corporation put up an all-out effort with all 12 entrants hitting the court. SK added Jeon Seong-hwan, who transferred from Sono last October, to the team, but he remained on the bench along with Warney.토스카지노

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Nicholson’s shooting explosion scored 37 points. All eight free throws were successful. 60% success rate in 2-point shots (7) and 55.6% success rate in 3-point shots (5). Third-year Shin Seung-min scored 21 points, 5 rebounds, and 3 assists. Field goal success rate 81.8%. Only 3 out of 6 free throws were hit.
Lee Dae-heon, who has the highest salary on the team (550 million won), also played an active role with 12 points, 6 rebounds, and 4 assists.
Fourth-year player Yang Jun-woo played just over 19 minutes and scored a career-high 10 points and 3 rebounds.
Rookie Kim Tae-ho was on the court for 1 minute and 28 seconds, but recorded only one foul.
Anthony Moss went scoreless for about 8 minutes and had only 2 rebounds.

Leon Williams played full-time for 40 minutes, scored 16 points, and scored 8 rebounds. The trio of Kim Seon-hyung (27 points), Heo Il-young (21 points), and Oh Jae-hyeon (20 points) played consistently for over 30 minutes.
However, Oh Se-geun performed poorly with 6 points, 6 rebounds, and 3 assists. Choi Boo-kyung also scored 1 point and 5 rebounds.
Hong Gyeonggi had 1 steal and no points in 9 minutes. There wasn’t even a shot attempt at all. Song Chang-yong and Kim Hyung-bin also scored no points.
The sluggish performance of bench members is noticeable. Wouldn’t the heavy dependence on the starters be able to stand out as a fatal weakness in long-term races?

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