‘Kim Jin-young’s Career High 30 Points’ Shinhan Bank stops leading Woori Bank from winning 15 consecutive wins after a close match

 Shinhan Bank blocked the 15-game winning streak of the leader Woori Bank.

Incheon Shinhan Bank won 81-78 in the Shinhan Bank SOL 2022-2023 women’s professional basketball game against Asan Woori Bank held at Incheon Dowon Gymnasium on the 18th.

Kim Jin-young (30 points, 4 3-point shots, 2 assists) led the victory by writing a new career-high score, while Lee Kyung-eun (15 points, 3 rebounds, 7 assists) and Guseul (15 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists) also showed off their presence. With a record of 9 wins and 9 losses, Shinhan Bank firmly maintained its 4th place.

For Woori Bank, Park Ji-hyeon (21 points, 8 rebounds, 2 assists) and Kim Dan-bi (19 points, 13 rebounds, 6 assists) did their part, but Park Hye-jin and Choi Yi-sam, who were missing due to injuries, had a lot of vacancies. With the loss on this day, their 15-game winning streak was frustrated, and they were left with 2 losses (17 wins) of the season. 메이저놀이터

From the beginning of the game, Shinhan Bank took the lead. Kim Jin-young and Kim Sonia’s 3-point shot split the rim, and Lee Kyung-eun scored consecutively. Here, Han Chae-jin and Gooseul also fired support from the outskirts. Shinhan Bank showed concentration in defense and blocked Woori Bank’s attack. In the second quarter, Kim Dan-bi and Park Da-jeong conceded, and the score gap narrowed, but Goad and Kim Jin-young scored. Sonia Kim and Lee Da-yeon also successfully attacked and finished the first half with 44-30.

Even entering the second half, Shinhan Bank’s performance was stable. At the center was Kim Jin-young. Kim Jin-young led the team’s offense by scoring 13 points, including two 3-pointers, in the 3rd quarter alone. Woori Bank counterattacked with Park Ji-hyeon, but this time Lee Kyung-eun and Gusul scored. Han Chae-jin also scored with a free throw. When the third quarter ended, the score was 67-55, still Shinhan Bank’s lead.

However, a crisis came in the fourth quarter. Giving scores to Danbi Kim and Jihyun Park one after another. Shinhan Bank took a breather with Kim Jin-young and Lee Kyeong-eun scoring, but Park Ji-hyeon hit a 3-point shot followed by a mid-range shot. Afterwards, Park Ji-hyun was given a goal recognition foul, and eventually the score was tied (74-74).

Nevertheless, Shinhan Bank’s will to win was strong. Lee Kyung-eun brought the atmosphere back with a mid-range shot followed by an outside gun. Shinhan Bank, who seized the victory with Sonia Kim’s goal under the goal, defended the victory by blocking the last wave of Woori Bank’s offensive.

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