’25 Points in the Second Half’ A Really Bad Basketball Day for KCC
It was a ‘bad basketball day’ for KCC.
Busan KCC lost 72-74 to Anyang Jungkwanjang in an away game of the 2023-2024 Jungkwanjang Professional Basketball League regular season at Anyang Gymnasium on the 7th. KCC, which had averaged 95.7 points in its previous three games, seemed to play its usual high-scoring basketball, scoring 47 points in the first half alone.
However, the basketball didn’t go their way. KCC had an efficient offense in the first half, shooting 53% from the field on eight fast breaks, but they were a completely different team in the second half. Missing easy baskets, they shot 36% (4-of-11) from two-point range and none from three-point range in the third quarter, finishing with just 10 points on six attempts. 토토사이트
The fourth quarter was no different. In the second half, KCC shot just 33% (7-of-21) from two-point range, 9% (1-of-11) from three-point range, and 57% from the free throw line. They didn’t have a single fast break. In a game between teams with such a disparity in talent, the probability of variables increases as the game becomes more low-scoring. KCC ended up falling victim to it.
KCC head coach Jeon Chang-jin said, “It was just a bad basketball day for us. We missed all the easy shots and made too many plays we shouldn’t have. There are days when we play well and days when we don’t, but the fact that we were outplayed by a team that played three games in four days is something that the players should definitely think about.”