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Lee Hyun-jung slumps this week, 3G all score in single digits, Osaka 1-2, Lee Dae-sung, Jang Kook-kook, Yang Jae-min back in action

Lee Hyun-joong had a slow week. Osaka Evesa also finished the week with a 1-2 record.

The Osaka Evessa won 92-76 at home against the Nagoya Diamond Dolphins of the 2023-2024 Japan Men’s Professional Basketball (B.League) First Division at the Osaka Edison Arena in Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, Japan on Nov. 17. Lee finished with nine points on three 3-pointers, four rebounds, one assist, four steals, and one block in 21 minutes and four seconds. Despite his low scoring output, 먹튀검증 he helped his team win in other categories.

Osaka, however, lost both games of the two-game series against the Hiroshima Dragoneers 77-91 and 71-83 at Sunplaza Hall in Hiroshima, Hiroshima Prefecture on Feb. 20-21. Lee had seven points, including two three-pointers, five rebounds, one assist, one steal, and one block in 24:41 of action. On the 21st, he had eight points, eight rebounds, and one assist, including two 3-pointers, in 29:31, but fouled out with five fouls.

Lee Dae-sung’s Seahorses Mikawa won 77-55 at home against the Yokohama B-Corsairs on Dec. 17 at Wing Arena Kariya in Kariya, Aichi Prefecture, Japan. Lee scored six points and grabbed two rebounds in 19:30 minutes. He then returned to action on Feb. 20-21 in a road game against the Kawasaki Braves Thunder.

Mikawa recorded a 65-69 loss and a 97-81 win in the two-game series at the Todoroki Arena in Kawasaki, Kanagawa Prefecture. Lee had two points, two rebounds, four assists and three steals in 20 minutes and 48 seconds on Tuesday. On the 21st, he had three points and two assists with one 3-pointer in 25:30 minutes.

Jang Kook-guk’s Nagasaki Belka won 89-78 at home against the Hiroshima Dragonsfiles on Dec. 17 at Sea Hat Omura in Nagasaki Prefecture. Jang did not score in his 10:34 of playing time, going 0 of 1 from the floor. He added two rebounds and one assist.

Nagasaki lost 67-98 and won 91-84 in a two-game series against the Ryuku Golden Kings on Feb. 20-21 at Okinawa Arena in Yamaguchi, Okinawa Prefecture. Jang made one 3-pointer in 6:07 minutes on Dec. 20 and had five points, one rebound and two assists in 13:31 minutes on Dec. 21, including one 3-pointer.

Jae-min Yang’s Sendai 89ERS fell 75-81 away to the Utsunomiya Brex on Dec. 17 at Tochiki Nikan Arena in Utsunomiya, Tochigi Prefecture. Jae-min Yang scored 10 points, grabbed nine rebounds and dished out two assists in 20:04. He scored six points on free throws alone.

Sendai swept a two-game home series against Levanga Hokkaido, 83-74 and 85-83, on Feb. 20-21 at Xevio Arena in Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture. Yang had 10 points and five rebounds in 20:41 minutes in Game 20 and two points, two rebounds and one assist in 18:23 minutes in Game 21.

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