The semi-final of the Park Shin-Ja Cup, which has grown into an international competition, is a ‘Korea-Japan match’…
Clash between champions of both countries
‘Champion’ Woori Bank, Eneos and a true sword match… KB clashes with Toyota
The semifinals of the 2023 Park Shin-ja Cup,
which has grown into an international women’s basketball tournament, were organized as a ‘Korea-Japan match’. 카지노사이트
In particular, the teams that conquered Korea and Japan last season will compete for a spot in the finals.
The 2022-2023 season women’s professional basketball championship team Asan Woori Bank lost to Australia’s Bendigo Spirit 68-74 in the 4th match of Group A of the group stage of the tournament held at Cheongju Gymnasium on the 31st.
Woori Bank, which defeated Japan’s strong Toyota Antelopes 93-90 in the opening game,
showed off its might as the strongest in Korea by consecutively defeating Yongin Samsung Life Insurance (76-67) and Incheon Shinhan Bank (85-58). tasted bitter
Woori Bank, who finished the group stage with 3 wins and 1 loss, kept first place in Group A.
Toyota defeated Samsung Life Insurance and became 3 wins and 1 loss alongside Woori Bank, but was pushed out of the head-to-head record and stayed in second place.
Woori Bank will play the semi-final against Eneos Sunflowers, who are second in Group B at 11:00 am on the 2nd of next month.
Eneos holds the record of winning the Japanese W-League for 11 consecutive years.
Bendigo, with 2 wins and 2 losses, is ranked 4th in Group A and will face Bucheon Hana One Q (1 win, 3 losses), 4th place in Group B, in the 7th place match.
Woori Bank struggled greatly in this game due to its inferior height.
While Woori Bank grabbed 33 rebounds, the opponent won 53.
In particular, he dedicated a total of 19 rebounds, including 11 offensive rebounds, to 187cm Alisha Proling.
Prowling also made 13 of her free throws, putting her up 26 points.
At Woori Bank, Park Ji-hyun struggled with 26 points and 10 rebounds, and Noh Hyun also added 15 points, including 3 points and 5 shots.
However, it was painful that the main guns, Kim Dan-bi and Yoo Seung-hee, who played 38 minutes each, only scored 6 and 5 points.
Cheongju KB, which aims to win the new season with Park Ji-soo, the ‘maintainer’ of Korean women’s basketball, defeated the Philippine national team 91-66.
KB, who finished first in Group B, having won all four group matches, will face Toyota, second in Group A, in the semifinals at 2:00 p.m. on the 2nd of next month.
The Philippine national team, which is at the bottom of Group B after losing all four games, will play against Samsung Life Insurance (4 losses), who are in the bottom of Group A, for the ninth place match.
In this match
KB overwhelmed the Philippine national team from height.
While KB won 45 rebounds, the opponent only had 27.
Park Ji-soo played only 14 minutes and recorded 15 points and 7 rebounds.
Kang Isul, the main gun, scored 13 points, including 3 points and 3 rooms, and Kim Ye-jin also added 14 points.
In addition, Yuna Yeom (12 points) and Yoonmi Lee (11 points) also reported double-digit scores.
Last season’s Japanese W-League runner-up Toyota won 89-76, sending Samsung Life Insurance to its fourth consecutive loss.
Samsung Life Insurance
For Samsung Life Insurance, Yoo Seung-hee hit 5 3-pointers and scored 29 points, the most for both teams, and Lee Hye-ran also did her part with 19 points and 9 rebounds, but could not surpass Toyota.
They could not stop the performance of guard Mai Yamamoto, who scored 28 points by hitting 8 3-pointers.
Center Umezawa Kadisha Juna also scored 18 points and 8 rebounds, overwhelming Samsung Life Insurance under the goal.
Eneos defeated Hana One Q 82-62.
Eneos center Ramu Tokashiki, who played in the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA), scored 8 points and 9 rebounds.
◇ 2023 Park Shin-ja Cup International Basketball Tournament Records
▲ Group A
Woori Bank (3 wins, 1 loss) 68 (22-22 19-17 10-17 17-18) 74 Bendigo (2 wins, 2 losses)
Toyota (3 wins, 1 loss) 89 (25-21 23-15 24-17 17-23) 76 Samsung Life Insurance (4 losses)
▲ Group B
KB (4 wins) 91 (22-22 26-9 25-15 18-20) 66 Philippines national team ( 4 losses)
Eneos (3 wins, 1 loss) 82 (15-20 25-11 27-13 15-18) 62 Hana One Q (1 win, 3 losses)