‘MVP’s family hunting’ Woori Bank wins Shinhan Bank with Danbi Kim… Grab 85.1% chance 

It was MVP’s family hunt.

Asan Woori Bank won 65-51 in the first leg of the playoff against Shinhan Bank SOL 2022-23 Women’s Professional Basketball Incheon Shinhan Bank held at Asan Yi Sun-shin Gymnasium on the 11th.

With this victory, Woori Bank had an 85.1% (40/47) 스포츠토토chance of advancing to the championship match. The start was properly started for the first unified championship in five years.

MVP Kim Dan-bi had a triple-double performance with 23 points, 15 rebounds and 6 assists against her parent Shinhan Bank. Kim Jong-un scored 13 points and 3 assists, and Choi Lee-sam also played an active role with 10 points and 2 rebounds.

For Shinhan Bank, Lee Kyeong-eun scored 15 points and 3 rebounds, and Gooseul played hard with 12 points and 5 rebounds. However, Sonia Kim was sluggish with 8 points, 9 rebounds and 3 assists, and Han Chae-jin was scoreless.

Woori Bank and Shinhan Bank met in the playoffs last season. Shinhan Bank, in particular, was expected to be a formidable opponent as it was the only opponent that had beaten Woori Bank in a row this season. However, Woori Bank was solid. The first half ended 37-30, and they did not miss the initiative.

In the second half, the gap widened even more. Woori Bank scored 18 points in the third quarter alone, tying Shinhan Bank to 8 points. They overpowered their opponents on both offense and defense. In the fourth quarter, Woori Bank was convinced of victory despite Shinhan Bank’s pursuit.

Meanwhile, records were pouring in. First, Kim Dan-bi scored 17 points in the first half alone, setting a tie record for the most points scored in the first half of her own playoff history (2010-11 season playoff first leg vs. Shinsegae 17 points). He also grabbed the most rebounds of all time. The previous record was 11 caught in the second leg of the playoffs against Cheongju KB Stars in the 2020-21 season.

‘Iron Lady’ Han Chae-jin set the record for the oldest ever participating in the WKBL playoffs. At 38 years and 363 days, she surpassed the record held by Lim Young-hee at 38 years and 293 days.


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