Sonia Kim reverses with 7 seconds left… Shinhan Bank and Woori Bank tied for third place

 Women’s pro basketball Incheon Shinhan Bank, where Sonia Kim scored the winning goal with 6.7 seconds remaining, rose to a tie for third place.

Shinhan Bank won 74-72 in the home game against Asan Woori Bank in the regular league of Shinhan Bank SOL 2022-2023 Women’s Professional Basketball held at Dowon Gymnasium in Incheon on the 30th.

Shinhan Bank, with 11 wins and 10 losses, tied for third place with Yongin Samsung Life Insurance.

After Park Ji-soo, the core center of the national team, returned, the ride with 5th place Cheongju KB (8 wins, 13 losses), which has been fiercely chasing, was spread over three games.

Since women’s professional basketball advances to the playoffs up to 4th place, the recent rise of KB, which is catching up with Park Ji-soo at the forefront, is burdensome for Shinhan Bank and Samsung Life, which are tied for 3rd place.

Shinhan Bank, which had been on the verge of narrowing the game with KB to two games if it had lost that day, gave Woori Bank Choi Lee-sam a come-from-behind goal with 23 seconds left in the game.

With a score of 71-72, Shinhan Bank, which launched the final attack, took a 2-point lead by scoring and completing a 3-point play with Woori Bank Park Ji-hyun’s foul in the process of Sonia Kim breaking through under the goal 6.7 seconds before the end. . 메이저사이트

Woori Bank tried to attack after calling timeout again, but Choi Yi-sam’s 3-point shot missed this time and failed to come back.

Sonia Kim, who had played for Woori Bank until last season, scored 25 points and 12 rebounds, including a come-from-behind goal, putting a dagger into her ‘parent’.

Shinhan Bank fought relatively well against Woori Bank this season with a record of 2 wins and 3 losses. Out of the three losses suffered by the leader Woori Bank (18 wins, 3 losses) this season, two losses came from the last two confrontations with Shinhan Bank.

Meanwhile, women’s professional basketball also adjusted the wearing of masks in the stadium from ‘mandatory’ to ‘recommendation’ according to the change in the government’s quarantine guidelines for the novel coronavirus infection (Corona 19) applied from this day.

As a result, the wearing of masks in the stadium, which was compulsory for spectators and coaching staff, was changed to a recommendation starting from this day.