In the twin brother match between Ulsan Hyundai Mobis and Changwon LG, which is a close game where it is impossible to predict victory or defeat when they meet, the younger brother laughed this time.
Hyundai Mobis, led by coach Dong-Hyun Cho, defeated coach Sang-Hyun Cho’s LG by a score of 76-74 in the 2023-2024 Jeong Kwan-Jang Professional Basketball Regular League home game held at Dongcheon Gymnasium in Ulsan on the 23rd and won the first professional basketball ‘Brothers’ Headquarters Battle’ of the season. did.
LG coach Cho Sang-hyun and coach Cho Dong-hyun, the first ‘twin brother head coaches’ in professional basketball, attracted attention by taking command of the team last season.
In the first season, his older brother, coach Cho Sang-hyun, had the upper hand with 4 wins and 2 losses, but in the new season, coach Cho Dong-hyun won first.
Hyundai Mobis, who won 87-62 in the opening game against Daegu Korea Gas Corporation on the 21st, continued its winning streak. On the other hand, LG started the season with a disappointing performance of two consecutive losses.
For Hyundai Mobis, foreign player Gage Prim was outstanding with 23 points and 13 rebounds.
His opponent, LG’s Assem Marey, also recorded 17 points and 18 rebounds, but struggled, making 6 errors.
On this day, LG made a total of 16 mistakes.
For LG, the poor performance of Yang Hong-seok, who threw 10 shots and missed 8, was painful.
National team forward Yang Hong-seok, who left Suwon KT last May and signed with LG with a total compensation of 750 million won for the first year, scored only 7 points on this day.
LG, which finished the first half with a score of 36-40, was dragged down by 9 points after being hit by a series of under-the-goal shots from Prim about 4 minutes before the end of the third quarter.
LG then counterattacked with Hee-jae Jeong’s 3 points and Marey’s bottom goal, and Yang Hong-seok scored 3 points to tie the game at 54-54. Yang Hong-seok led the team to a comeback by scoring free throws.토스카지노 주소
Then, in the early to mid fourth quarter, Hyundai Mobis’ Kebe Aluma came forward to solve the problem.
7 minutes before the end of the game, Aluma hit a hook shot, knocked down Yang Jun-seok’s layup in the air, and even succeeded in a fast-break dunk, giving Hyundai Mobis a 2-point lead.
Aluma sent home fans into a frenzy by scoring another fast break layup and a free throw as he was being kicked out.
At Hyundai Mobis, which gained momentum, Lee Woo-seok and Jang Jae-seok scored consecutive layups to widen the gap to 68-60.
LG also used its last strength to chase after them. Lee Kwan-hee made all free throws, 3 points, and breakaway points about 3 minutes before the end, bringing the score to 72-75 33 seconds before the end, but was unable to turn the game around.