Proven in 25 games, ‘Ooooh’
Asan Woori Bank, a women’s professional basketball team, took back the regular league supremacy in two years and increased the record for the most wins in the regular league to 14.
Woori Bank won 76-52 in an away game against Busan BNK held at the Sajik Indoor Gymnasium in Busan on the 13th, recording a record of 21 wins and 4 losses in the regular season. 6 matches were played and 1st place was confirmed. With this, Woori Bank recaptured the top spot in the women’s professional basketball regular league in two years after the 2020-21 season, and will also challenge the championship match for the first time in five years since the 2017-18 season.
Woori Bank consolidated its first place in 25 games, just one game more than the record (24 games) of winning the regular league in the smallest single season in history set by Cheongju KB last season.
Woori Bank, which won 10 championship matches for the first time in women’s professional basketball five years ago, later lost to Samsung Life Insurance in the playoffs after finishing second in the regular league in the 2018-19 season. In the 2019-20 season, while running first in the regular league, the season ended early in the aftermath of Corona 19, so the playoffs were not held. In the 2020-21 season, he kept first place in the regular league, but was caught again by Samsung Life Insurance in the playoffs, and last season, he turned around without being able to surpass KB with Park Ji-soo in the championship match. 온라인바카라
On this day, Woori Bank finished the first half with a score of 42-38, and in the second half, they easily beat BNK, who had noticeably lost concentration due to physical strain, and secured first place in the regular league.
Woori Bank’s first place in the regular league was taken for granted even before the season. Coach Sang-Woo Lee, who has led Woori Bank since 2012, signed a contract renewal for 4 years after last season to maintain strong leadership, and existing members such as Park Hye-jin, Park Ji-hyun, and Kim Jong-un are still alive. Here, Kim Dan-bi, who was the ace of Incheon Shinhan Bank, was recruited as a free agent (FA). In addition, KB, the unified champion last season, faced the season without national center center Park Ji-soo, giving Woori Bank more strength.
Woori Bank, which received 50 million won in regular league championship prize money, will play a playoff (3 out of 2 wins) against the 4th place team in the regular league from the 11th of next month.