Park explodes for 29 points in second game of Australian League—Team falls short by one point

South Korean women’s basketball international Park Ji-hyun scored 29 points in her second game in the Australian league.

Park, who signed a contract through August with Bankstown of the Australian Women’s Professional Basketball NBL1 League, started and played 29 minutes against the Hornsby in Bankstown, New South Wales, Australia, on Nov. 19, recording 29 points, 먹튀검증 six rebounds, five assists, and three steals.

Park seemed to be the hero of the game, hitting two free throws with three seconds left to cut the lead to 87-86. However, Hornsby hit the game-winning buzzer-beater at the buzzer, and the team fell short, 87-88.

Park made her Australian League debut against Sydney the previous day and had a solid performance of 12 points, seven rebounds, two assists, and two steals. Although he has only played two games, he has adapted well to the Australian league, which is promising for the future.

Park played for Asan Woori Bank last season and helped them win the championship. He was eligible for free agency after the season, but decided to go overseas. His primary goal is to play in a European league in the future. Park will be playing against Ilawara on May 25th.

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