He is truly a natural enemy. Anyang KGC Ginseng Corporation Lens Abando (25) is having a big problem with Seoul SK.

Abando is showing a completely different presence from the semifinal playoffs (PO) in the 2022-2023 SKT A-Dot Professional Basketball Championship Match (Best of 7) against SK. Abando played an average of 6 minutes and 30 seconds per game in 4 PO games in the semifinals against Goyang Carrot, scoring only 0.5 points. It fell short of the regular league individual average score (9 points) and the average score in 2 matches against Carrot (7 points). However, he became a completely different player in the championship match.

In four championship games, Abando is averaging 29:17 per game and is scoring 14.5 points per game. Abando, who played 20 minutes and 32 seconds in the first game and only scored 4 points, played an active role in the second game with 18 points and 4 rebounds, including two 3-point shots. Even in Game 3, he recorded 14 points and 7 rebounds, including two 3-pointers. In Game 4, he scored the most points with 22 points (5 rebounds), including 4 out of 6 3-pointers. Abando, who scored 3 points one after another during the pursuit in the 4th quarter, also blocked SK Jamil Warney’s shot at the end of the game.바카라사이트

There is a reason for Abando’s performance in the championship game. When Abando met SK, he flew wildly. He played for an average of 31 minutes and 40 seconds in 5 matches against SK in the regular league and scored 20.4 points. The field goal success rate (65.6%) and the 3-point shot success rate (64.7%) were both high. When you meet SK, Abando gives you strength that you didn’t have before. SK’s natural enemy.

Besides, Abando didn’t play much in the semifinal PO against Carrot. Compared to SK players who came up through the 6th round PO, they have an absolute physical advantage. As Abando has good athletic abilities such as jumping, the burden on the players who come to his matchup is greater. SK coach Jeon Hee-chul also worried, “Kim Seon-hyeong is physically burdened as he is defending Abando.”

Coach Jeon, who thoroughly prepares for matches based on data, said before the start of the championship match, “I am worried about how to stop Abando.” Anxiety is becoming a reality. iaspire@sportsseoul.com

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