Warning, anger, explosion, first exit since the coach took office…Director Jeon Hee-chul ‘failed the tie record for the most consecutive wins’

Anyang KGC won 85-79 in the match between SK-KGC and “2021-2022 KGC Ginseng Corporation’s Jeonggwanjang Professional Basketball” held at Jamsil Student Gymnasium in Seoul on the afternoon of the 2nd. Anyang KGC went 23-18 after three consecutive losses.

SK, which is set to record the most consecutive wins in a single season, maintained its lead with the defeat, but its record for the most consecutive wins (16 consecutive wins) was blown away in front of its eyes. Leading SK ended its 15th consecutive win and 9th consecutive home win. 토토

The league, which had been suspended since February 16 due to a surge in COVID-19 confirmed cases and the national team’s break, resumed. SK was inferior from the beginning. Kim Sun-hyung and Warney’s slump was noticeable. SK scored only 28 points in the first and second quarters alone.

On the other hand, KGC exploded three stores. Jeon Sung-hyun made six three-point shots and Spellman made two. He repeatedly poured cold water on the chasing SK.

Coach Jeon Hee-chul and SK players expressed dissatisfaction with the referee’s decision from the beginning of the game. In the end, coach Jeon Hee-chul was sent off for two technical fouls while protesting against Jamil Warney’s decision on fouls in the fourth quarter. Taking off his mask, coach Jeon Hee-chul fiercely challenged.

Coach Jeon Hee-chul said after the game, “I wanted to stimulate the players, but I’m sorry that I shouldn’t have been seen by the fans.”

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