Women’s professional basketball (WKBL) defending champions Asan Woori Bank and Cheongju KB won two consecutive victories side by side in the 2023 Park Shin-ja Cup.
Woori Bank beat Yongin Samsung Life Insurance 75-67 in the second match of Group A of the group stage of the tournament held at the Cheongju Gymnasium in Chungcheongbuk-do on the 27th.
Woori Bank, who defeated Toyota Antelopes 93-90 in the first game the previous day after a bloody battle in the second overtime
won two consecutive victories and took the sole lead in Group A.
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Samsung Life started the first game of the tournament with a loss.
For Woori Bank
Park Ji-hyun flew with 28 points
10 rebounds and 6 assists.
Transfer student Yoo Seung-hee and veteran Kim Dan-bi also contributed to the victory by adding 17 and 14 points
At the beginning of the 4th quarter
Woori Bank took a narrow lead, 58-56, with Na Yoon-jung and Yoo Seung-hee making 3-pointers in succession to seize the win.
KB also defeated Bucheon Hanawon Q 61-53
won two consecutive wins, and took first place alone in Group B.
National team center Park Ji-soo recorded a double-double with 26 points and 14 rebounds
leading the team to victory.
Hana 1 Q tried 24 3-point shots and succeeded in only 3
showing outly hunting.
Shin Ji-hyeon (13 points)
only had a field goal success rate of 26.3%.
The Japanese teams took victory side by side.
Toyota of Group A won Incheon Shinhan Bank 98-50
Group B’s Eneos Sunflowers also defeated Busan BNK 82-77.
Toyota and Eneos each recorded 1 win and 1 loss.
Founded in 2015
the Park Shin-Ja Cup was held this year on the largest scale ever
featuring 10 teams from 4 countries, including foreign teams.
They were tied to Group A with Woori Bank
Samsung Life Insurance
Toyota and Bendigo (Australia).
KB, Hana 1 Q, BNK
and the Philippine national team were drawn in Group B.
Ten teams play a full league in each group.
including 1st and 2nd place in each group
will advance to the semi-final tournament to determine the winner.