Women’s Basketball Woori Bank

Three wins in a row, side by side, ‘top of the group’
Hana OneQ gets first win over Philippines Samsung Life loses second straight

Women’s professional basketball’s Asan Woori Bank and Cheongju KBank have booked their place in the semifinals of the Park Shinjah Cup with three straight wins.

Woori Bank cruised to a 28-point victory over Incheon Shinhan Bank, 85-57, 섯다 in the third game of Group A of the 2023 Park Shinjha Cup International Tournament at Cheongju Gymnasium on Monday.

With its third consecutive win in the tournament, Woori Bank advanced to the semifinals regardless of the outcome of its final group game against Bendigo (Australia) on May 31.

Shinhan Bank improved to 1-2.

Woori was led by Park Ji-hyun with 30 points and nine rebounds, Kim Dan-bi with 18 points and nine rebounds, and Na Yoon-jung with 18 points.

Shinhan Bank was led by Kim Sonia with 20 points and 7 rebounds.

Leading 40-30 at halftime, 온라인섯다 Woori Bank briefly allowed Shinhan Bank to catch up in the third quarter, but Park Ji-hyun’s steady scoring helped them regain the lead.

In the fourth quarter, three-pointers from Na Yoon-jeong and Yoo Seung-hee gave Woori an early lead.

In Group B, KB defeated Busan BNK 84-64.

With a three-game winning streak, KB also advanced to the semifinals regardless of their final game against the Philippines on Nov. 31. BNK is 1-2.

KB got 16 points from Kang Yi-seul, including four 3-pointers, and national team center Park Ji-soo chipped in with 10 points in limited playing time.

BNK was led by Jin-an with 23 points and seven rebounds.

Earlier in Group B, Bucheon Hana OneQ recorded its first win of the tournament with an 80-63 victory over the Philippine National Team. They are now 1-1.
It was the second loss of the tournament for the Philippines, which lost 67-81 to Busan BNK on Nov. 26.

Hana OneQ was led by Shin Ji-hyun with 22 points and eight assists and Yang In-young with 19 points and five rebounds.

For the Philippines, Janine Pontejos added 22 points.

After taking the lead in the first quarter, Hana WonQ never relinquished it. Leading 56-45 heading into the final quarter, 카지노사이트랭크 Hana OneQ broke the Philippines’ will to win with a three-pointer from Shin Ji-hyun and an underneath basket from Yang In-young.

Yongin Samsung Life suffered its second straight loss, falling 62-83 to Bendigo. Bendigo is now 1-1.

Samsung Life got 21 points from Kang Yoo-rim and 13 points from Lee Hae-ran, but it wasn’t enough to prevent the team from losing.

Bendigo was led by Alicia Proling’s 22-point, 22-rebound double-double.

The tournament, which was founded in 2015 as the Park Shin-ja Cup Summer League, was renamed the Park Shin-ja Cup this year with all of the main players participating.

In addition to the six teams from the WKBL, the tournament also featured the Philippine national team and teams from the Australian and Japanese leagues.

Woori Bank, Toyota, Samsung Life, Incheon Shinhan Bank, and Bendigo are in Group A, while KB, Hana OneQ, Busan BNK, Eneos, and the Philippine National Team are in Group B. 고스톱 The top two teams in each group will compete.

The top two teams from each group will advance to the tournament to determine the winner.

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