“I’m sorry, brother” Coach Dong-Hyun Cho wins 2 consecutive wins in opening season… Older brother coach Sang-Hyeon Cho pushes for 2nd consecutive loss
Ulsan Hyundai Mobis’ coach Dong-Hyun Cho won the first professional basketball ‘Brothers’ Headquarters Battle’ of the new season, pushing his older brother coach Sang-Hyun Cho’s Changwon LG to their second consecutive loss in the opening game, and going on a two-game winning streak.
Hyundai Mobis defeated LG 76-74 in the 2023-24 season professional basketball regular league home game held at Dongcheon Gymnasium in Ulsan on the 23rd.
Coaches Dong-Hyun Cho and Sang-Hyun Cho took the helm of Hyundai Mobis and LG side by side last season and attracted attention as professional basketball’s first ‘twin brothers’ head coaches. Last season, his older brother, coach Cho Sang-hyun, had the upper hand with 4 wins and 2 losses, including the win in the first match, but in the new season, his younger brother, coach Cho Dong-hyun, smiled first.
Hyundai Mobis, who won 87-62 in the opening game against Daegu Korea Gas Corporation on the 21st, won two consecutive games and became tied for the lead with Seoul SK. On the other hand, LG, which lost 66-71 to Suwon KT on the 21st, fell to the bottom of the rankings with two consecutive losses.
Hyundai Mobis made 3 3-point shots (19% success rate), falling behind LG with 5 shots (33%), and also had 33 rebounds, falling behind LG, which won 43, but played the game with more stable and organic play. Hyundai Mobis recorded 8 turnovers, but LG committed twice as many (16). Also, Hyundai Mobis scored 10 points through a quick break, but LG only scored 3 points. Hyundai Mobis scored 10 points due to the opponent’s turnover, but LG scored only 2 points.카지노사이트
For Hyundai Mobis, foreign player Gage Prim performed well with 23 points and 13 rebounds. LG’s goalkeeper Assem Marey also recorded 17 points and 18 rebounds, but made 6 mistakes and became the head of the error factory.
In particular, LG was disappointed that newly recruited national team forward Yang Hong-seok missed all five of his 2-point shots, succeeded in 2 of his 5 3-point shots, and added 1 free throw, scoring only 7 points.
Hyundai Mobis widened the gap of the day to 54-45, 9 points, thanks to Prim’s consecutive goals in the middle of the third quarter. However, while Kim Jun-il (8 points), Lee Woo-seok (14 points), and Prim missed shots, LG Jung Hee-jae (10 points) scored 3 points, Marey scored under the goal, Yang Hong-seok 3 points, and a free throw followed, making the score 54-55 in an instant. It was reversed. Afterwards, Hyundai Mobis continued the see-saw game until the beginning of the fourth quarter, when Kebe Aluma (11 points) tied the game at 60-60 with a hook shot early in the fourth quarter, then blocked Yang Jun-seok’s (8 points) layup, followed by a fast-break dunk and a fast-break layup. He succeeded, giving the team a 4-point lead. Hyundai Mobis took the lead, widening the gap to 68-60 with layups by Lee Woo-seok and Jang Jae-seok (4 points). LG continued to chase, with Lee Kwan-hee (13 points) scoring 7 points in the last minute, but was unable to turn the game around.