‘Lee Jae-do scores 22 points’ LG ties KT for 2nd place… 30 wins and 17 losses tied

Changwon LG has moved ahead of Suwon KT in the race for second place.

LG defeated KT 87-76 in a home game of the 2023-2024 Korean Basketball Association regular season at Changwon Gymnasium in Changwon, Gyeongnam, on Nov. 11, extending its winning streak to five games and improving its record to 30-17. With the win, 바카라사이트 LG and KT are tied for second place with 30 wins and 17 losses.

In the event of a tie, the KBL will first look at the head-to-head record between the two teams. With all six rounds of head-to-head matches completed, LG has a four-game lead over KT, giving them the advantage in the battle for second place. Meanwhile, LG’s victory made leader Wonju DB (37-10) smile.

LG was led by Lee Jae-do with 22 points and nine assists. Yang Hong-seok chipped in with 17 points and seven rebounds. Asem Marey added 16 points and 10 rebounds.

KT, on the other hand, was led by Paris Bass with a game-high 26 points, but no one else scored in double figures except for Ha Yoon-ki, who had 13 points.

The first half was a tight seesaw battle between the two teams. LG’s Lee Jae-do, Yang Hong-seok, and Asem Marei worked the scoreboard diligently. KT, led by ace outside hitter Paris Bass, ended the half with LG leading 36-33.

The game was decided in the third quarter. LG began to pull away in a big way, with Lee Jae-do scoring 10 points and four assists in the third quarter alone.

With strong frontcourt pressure, Maray and Yang Hong-seok were also able to get to the basket diligently, and the team ended the quarter with a 66-48 lead.

With the game virtually won, LG decided to rest its main players, including Lee Jae-do and Marei, at the beginning of the fourth quarter to ensure their health. KT was also left disappointed by the lack of support from other players in Bass’ quarter.

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