Professional basketball Wonju DB achieved a come-from-behind victory against Hyundai Mobis in Ulsan and enjoyed 6 consecutive wins since the opening game.
DB won 90-79 in the ‘2023-2024 CheongKwanJang Professional Basketball’ away game against Hyundai Mobis held at Ulsan Dongcheon Gymnasium at 2 pm on the 5th.
As a result, DB increased the number of consecutive wins to ‘6’ without a single loss since the opening.
On the other hand, Hyundai Mobis tried to narrow the gap with the leading DB at home, but failed.
DB’s Didrick Lawson contributed greatly to the team’s comeback victory with a double-double of 36 points and 11 rebounds.
Here, Lee Seon Albano and Kim Jong-gyu contributed with 14 and 13 points, respectively. 바카라사이트닷컴
For Hyundai Mobis, Lee Woo-seok and Gage Prim struggled with 19 points and 18 points, but failed to reach victory.
In particular, Prim was left disappointed as he was sent off at the end of the game.
On this day, Hyundai Mobis dominated the first half of the game.
Woo-seok Lee scored 11 points alone in the first quarter, while Gage Prim and Gook-chan Kim scored 6 points each.
DB scored a lot of points in the second quarter, led by Didrick Lawson and Kim Jong-gyu’s 12 points and 9 points, but was unable to significantly close the gap in the first quarter.
DB, which did not give up, eventually balanced the game in the third quarter. Didrick Lawson scored 15 points in the third quarter following the second quarter, making the game 67-67.
The trend of running away and catching up continued in the last quarter. Ji-Hoon Ham and Gage Prim scored side by side to take the lead.
However, with 8 minutes and 53 seconds left in the game, Choi Seung-wook, assisted by Didrick Lawson, split the opponent’s rim with a 3-point shot.
Afterwards, a battle broke out again, and with 7 minutes and 1 second left, Didric Lawson tied the game again with a 3-point shot.
6 minutes and 13 seconds before the end, Didrick Lawson made a comeback with a 2-point shot, and DB then succeeded with another 2-point shot to get up to a 4-point lead.
Hyundai Mobis’ Kebe Aluma succeeded with a 2-point shot, but DB’s Park In-woong scored a 3-point shot to widen the gap.
And with 2 minutes and 10 seconds left in the game, Ethan Albano succeeded in a 3-point shot, essentially putting a wedge in the game, and DB continued their winning record since the opening with a come-from-behind victory.