Lee Dae-seong (Mikawa) laughed during the confrontation between the Korean B. Leaguers.
Seahorses Mikawa won 92-90 in a close game against Sendai 89ERS in the round of 32 of the 99th Emperor’s Cup Cup held at the Shikacho General Gymnasium on the 23rd and advanced to the round of 16.
The Emperor’s Cup Cup is an FA Cup in which Japanese teams from not only the B.League but also the B3.League participate. There is a competition with the same name in soccer, and it boasts a long history.
With so many Korean players advancing to the B. League in the off-season, Lee Dae-sung and Yang Jae-min faced off in the round of 32. Jae-min Yang entered the B.League in 2020 and is about to enter his fourth season, while Dae-seong Lee (Mikawa) is making his debut season in the B.League this season.
Although this is only his first season in the B.메이저사이트 League, Lee Dae-seong is a proven scorer in the KBL. He was selected as the playoff MVP for the 2018-2019 season and also had a steady career as a member of the national team. Lee Dae-seong also showed his true value in the round of 32 of the Emperor’s Cup. He succeeded in making a quick break and also made a surprise 3-point shot, helping Mikawa’s chase.
Lee Dae-seong, who started as a starter, recorded 21 points, 2 rebounds, and 4 assists in 27 minutes and 18 seconds. He shot 53.9% (7-of-13) from the field, and his 21 points were the seco
Jaemin Yang also did his part. Jaemin Yang, who came on as a substitute, played 22 minutes and 57 seconds and recorded 12 points and 4 rebounds. He even made an additional free throw at the end of the third quarter following a bold breakthrough.
The one who laughed after the bloody battle was Mikawa, played by Lee Dae-seong. Just before the end of the fourth quarter when Mikawa was behind 88-90, Jake Layman (29 points, 7 rebounds) scored the equalizer through a face-up. Mikawa failed to make an additional free throw, but Seishi Nagano scored following an offensive rebound to make it 92-90. It was the final score that led Mikawa to the round of 16.
Meanwhile, Nagasaki Belka also advanced to the round of 16. This is the team of Jang Min-guk, who played for Seoul Samsung until last season. While Matt Bonds (13 points, 10 rebounds, 6 assists) led the team to victory, substitute Jang Min-guk recorded no points, 1 rebound, and 1 assist in 15 minutes and 8 seconds.
highest on the team.