‘Woni-Oh Jae-hyun 56-point combo’ sends SK to second straight EASL final after beating Jung Kwan-jang

Seoul SK has defeated Anyang Jungkwanjang to reach the East Asian Super League (EASL) Finals for the second consecutive year.

SK won 94-79 behind a 36-point, 16-rebound performance from Jamil Warney in Game 4 of the 2023-2024 EASL Final Four against the Anyang Jungkwanjang at the Lapu-Lapu City ¤s Dome in Cebu City, Philippines on Monday. After finishing as runners-up to Jungkwan in last season’s tournament finals, 바카라사이트 SK will look to repeat as champions in this year’s finals.

SK got solid scoring performances from all members of the team. Oh Jae-hyun scored 20 points, including five three-pointers, while Ahn Young-joon (13 points) and Leon Williams (11 points and 12 rebounds) contributed. Jung Kwanjang got double-digit scoring from Robert Carter (21 points), Jamil Wilson (14 points), Lens Abando, Choi Sung-won (over 11 points), and Jung Hyo-geun (10 points), but the team was overshadowed by the loss.

It was Jung Kwan-jang who took the lead in the first quarter. The team used a combination of four three-pointers from Jamil Wilson, Park Ji-hoon, and Choi Sung-won to take the lead from the perimeter. SK rallied around Ahn Young-joon, who scored 10 points in the first quarter, including two three-pointers.

SK continued their good shooting form in the second quarter, as Oh Jae-hyun followed up his first-quarter performance with a three-pointer. Jung Kwan-jang added a three-pointer from Abando in front of the Filipino fans to spark the game. SK, however, had Joo Po Warney. Warney scored 11 points in the second quarter alone, not only inside but also from the outside. SK also won the rebounding battle and finished the first half with a 45-40 lead.

SK came out stronger in the second half and extended the lead. Warney scored under the basket and Oh Jae-hyun scored from the perimeter to keep Jung Kwan-jang at bay. Oh hit two three-pointers in quick succession, especially early in the fourth quarter, giving him five three-pointers on the night.

With momentum on their side, SK celebrated the victory when Ahn Young-joon hit the game-winning one-handed dunk after a steal. SK punched their ticket to the finals with a final score of 94-79.

SK will face the winner of the Chiba Jets (Japan) – New Taipei Kings (Taiwan) quarterfinal on Tuesday at the same venue for the championship trophy.

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