The Ulsan Hyundai Mobis Phoebus continued their winning streak against the Daegu KOGAS Pegasus.
The Ulsan Hyundai Mobis Phoebus won 91-79 against the Daegu KOGAS Pegasus in the fifth round of the 2023-2024 Jungkwanjang Professional Basketball League on Monday at Daegu Indoor Gymnasium. Hyundai Mobis, which won its 11th consecutive game against KOGAS, is in sixth place with a 21-18 record, while KOGAS, which ended its seven-game home winning streak, is in seventh place with a 16-24 record.
Hyundai Mobis’ Gage Prim had 19 points, Kebe Aluma added 18, and Lee Woo-seok and Choi Jin-soo had 16 and 14, respectively. For KOGAS, Lee Dae-heon scored 16 points, Andrew Nicholson added 15 points and Kim Nak-hyun finished with 10 points.
Hyundai Mobis took the lead early in the first quarter with back-to-back baskets from Aluma and Choi Jin-soo, and managed to widen the gap in the middle of the quarter with three-pointers from Aluma and Choi Jin-soo. Aluma and Choi Jin-soo scored again, and Lee Woo-seok added four points in the final minute. KOGAS closed the gap with two free throws by Nicholson and a two-pointer by Lee Dae-heon in the final minute. Hyundai Mobis ended the first quarter with a 24-17 lead.
In the second quarter, Hyundai Mobis continued to set the tone. Prim scored the first six points of the quarter. Kim Tae-wan, who has developed a knack for three-point shooting, hit a three-pointer midway through the quarter, and Prim also hit a 토토사이트 two-pointer. In the final period, Okzone scored back-to-back baskets. Hyundai Mobis ended the first half with a 48-34 lead.
In the third quarter, both teams traded points to maintain the gap. Hyundai Mobis scored on an end-to-end play by Aluma and a basket by Lee Woo-seok, while KOGAS answered with baskets by Chabawi, Lee Dae-heon, and Samjosef Belangel. Hyundai Mobis ended the third quarter with a 68-57 lead.
In the fourth quarter, the gap didn’t widen or narrow much. KOGAS tried to close the gap with three-pointers from Kim Nak-hyun and Cho Sang-yeol, but Hyundai Mobis answered with consecutive baskets from Lee Woo-seok, Prim, and Park Moo-bin. The game ended with Hyundai Mobis leading 91-79.