Professional basketball teams Seoul SK and Goyang Carrot gave fans who visited the basketball court during the Lunar New Year holidays a memorable match with a come-from-behind reversal.

Pepper Savings Bank, the lowest in women’s professional volleyball, won their first thrilling victory at their home in Gwangju.

Reporter Heo Jae-won reports on holiday sports news.

With 52 seconds left in the game, SK’s Boo-kyung Choi, who was leading by a narrow one-point lead, received Warney’s pass and made a decisive shot under the goal.

They gave up a mid-range shot to Jeon Seong-hyeon and were chased by 1 point again, but SK, who escaped by 2 points with Warney’s free throw, defended a dramatic victory by defending Carrot’s last attack with all his might.

In the 4th quarter alone, 4 ties and 6 come-from-behind matches were exchanged.

SK put the brakes on Carrot’s rise, which was running for 5 consecutive wins, and rose to a tie for 3rd place.

Foreign player Jamil Werney scored 29 points and grabbed 16 rebounds, and Choi Jun-yong led the victory by scoring 8 points only in the 4th quarter, which became the game. 메이저놀이터

[Choi Jun-yong / Seoul SK Forward: Thank you very much for coming and cheering us on in the New Year, and we will repay you on the court as well. Happy New Year, be healthy and happy.]

In Wonju, the home team DB defeated KT and won two consecutive victories with Kang Sang-jae, who was active with 16 points and 10 rebounds.

DB continued its first winning streak under the acting coach Kim Joo-seong, raising hopes of escaping from the lower ranks.

Pepper Savings Bank foreign player Nia Reed puts an end to the long game with a powerful back attack into the opponent’s court.

Pepper Savings Bank, the lowest in the professional volleyball women’s division, gave a valuable New Year’s gift to Gwangju home fans by breaking away from a 13-game losing streak.

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