Professional basketball team Wonju DB defeated Seoul Samsung to extend its winning streak to seven games to open the season.
DB defeated Samsung 94-58 at home in the 2023-2024 regular season of the Korean Basketball League on Sunday at the 안전카지노사이트 Wonju General Gymnasium in Wonju, Gangwon Province.
With their opening seven-game winning streak, DB extended their lead over the second-place teams to three games.
With a win against Anyang Jeonggwanjang on Tuesday, DB, which is coached by Kim Joo-sung since this season, will tie the record for the longest opening streak in professional basketball (eight).
The opening eight-game winning streak was achieved by DB’s predecessor, Wonju Eastern, in 2011-2012 and Goyang Sono’s predecessor, Goyang Orion, in 2014-2015.
The victory also marked DB’s seventh straight opening win in 12 years since the 2011-2012 season and its seventh straight regular season win in two years and one month since October 2021.
Leading 44-33 at halftime, DB took control early, holding Samsung to just one point in the first four minutes of the third quarter before scoring 16 unanswered points to take a 60-34 lead.
By the end of the fourth quarter, the score was 88-48, and the lead had grown to a whopping 40 points.
DB was led by captain Kang Sang-jae with 18 points, while Lee Sun Albano had a double-double with 10 points and 11 assists.
The loss snapped Samsung’s 16-game losing streak away from home.
In Anyang, the hosts defeated Busan KCC 74-72 to improve to 4-3 and move into a tie for second place with Changwon LG and Ulsan Hyundai Mobis.
Trailing by one point, 71-72, with 14 seconds left in regulation, Park Ji-hoon hit a game-winning three-pointer.
KCC made a last-ditch offense, and Alize DeShawn Johnson tried to answer with a three-pointer in the final seconds, but it fell short, leaving them with a two-point deficit.
For Jeonggwanjang, Lens Abando (16 points) and Park Ji-hoon (15 points) led the offense in the win.
KCC was led by DeShawn Johnson with 19 points and 21 rebounds, but his final three-pointer missed and hit the ground.