Park Ji-hyun scores 25 points in 4th game—Team’s 7-game losing streak continues

Park Ji-hyeon produced another 20-point game in her fourth game of the season in the Australian league.

Park, who signed a contract through August with Bankstown of the Australian Women’s Professional Basketball League’s NBL1 until August, started and played 31 minutes and eight seconds in a home game against Central Coast on Saturday in Bankstown, New South Wales, Australia, scoring 25 points, grabbing seven rebounds and dishing out four assists. She was a pivotal part of the team’s offense, knocking down two three-pointers and 먹튀검증 hitting 11 of 12 free throws.

Park is averaging 18.5 points, 6.8 rebounds, and 3.8 assists in four games since joining the Australian League. On her debut, she had 12 points and seven rebounds against the Sydney Comets on Dec. 18, followed by a team-high 29 points against the Hornsby Kuringay Spiders in a back-to-back. The day before, he played 28 minutes and 17 seconds against the Illawarra Hawks, finishing with eight points, seven rebounds and four assists. As her 14.3 percent field goal percentage shows, she was not in great shape.

Despite Park’s performance, Bankstown fell 81-87 to Central Coast, their seventh straight loss. Bankstown is now 15th out of 16 teams with a 2-10 record, including losing all four games Park has played in.

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