Hana 1 Q won 65 to 56 in the match against Samsung Life in the ‘Shinhan Bank SOL 2022-2023 Women’s Professional Basketball’ held at Bucheon Gymnasium on the 19th, ending an 8-game losing streak and first in the second half. crowned with victory 헤라카지노
It was a game that confirmed the rising trend of Hana 1 Q, whose performance was gradually improving right before the All-Star break. On the other hand, Samsung Life Insurance again showed a gap in which two guards, Kiana Smith and Lee Joo-yeon, were out of the season due to injuries, and lost 3 consecutive times, losing 2nd place to BNK and falling to 3rd place. In addition, the ride with Shinhan Bank, fourth place, was reduced to 1.5 games, facing a major crisis.
Hana 1 Q pushed hard from the first quarter. After the game started, Kang Yu-rim of Samsung Life scored the first goal, but after that, Hana 1 Q succeeded in attacking under the goal by taking turns with the 5 starting lineups, leading unilaterally to 14-2. Samsung Life Insurance overplayed turnovers in response to Hana 1Q players’ aggressive movements, failed to properly attack the local defense, and Bae Hye-yoon finally succeeded in scoring an additional goal 7 minutes after the start of the game with a bottom-of-the-box shot.
In the second quarter, Hana One Q’s Kim Ji-young and Park So-hee, and Samsung Life Insurance’s Kang Yu-rim and Park Hye-mi each added 3 stores, but the overall offensive power continued to be sluggish.
Hana 1Q, which led 30-19 in the first half, widened the score gap in the 3rd quarter, which was considered a chronic weakness. On this day, Jeong Ye-rim, who took control of the rebound with a breakthrough, succeeded in two 3-pointers, and Shin Ji-hyun, the team’s main gun, added points with a sensuous cut-in play. I finished the quarter and it wasn’t overturned in the end.
Samsung Life Insurance’s final resistance was Shin Iseul’s two 3-pointers, leading to 54-59 with about 3 minutes left in the game. In the match, Ji-Young Kim and In-Young Yang scored 2 points in a row, and Ye-Rim Jeong, who swelled with 18 points and 18 rebounds that day, decorated the finale with a successful under-the-goal shot.