Anyang KGC defeated Ulsan Hyundai Mobis Phoebus 100-86 last Wednesday. Leading Anyang is Rhenz Abando, with 20 points, two steals, two blocks, and three rebounds. Also, he played thirty minutes before fouling in the fourth quarter.
According to online sports betting sources, Oh Se-keun contributed eighteen points, six assists, and six rebounds for the Anyang on the road. In addition, Omari Spellman scored 17 points on three three-pointers and added seven rebounds and three assists.
Before the KBL All-Star Weekend, Anyang improved to the best record in the league at 22-9. The Philippines will be represented by Abando, Abarrientos, and SJ Belangel in the 3×3 tournament, taking on the KBL’s Team KBL. The Korean side will have Byeon Jun-hyung of Anyang, Lee Jung-hyun of Goyang, and Kim Sun-hyung of Seoul.
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According to basketball and soccer news reports, the Gilas Pilipinas trio linked up in June 2021 at Clark to represent the Philippines at the 2022 Fiba Asia Cup qualifications.
Abarrientos only scored six points, but he had four assists, three steals, and went 2 for nine from deep. The point guard from Far Eastern University will be the only player of Asian descent to participate in the All-Star game.
Despite Gaige Prim’s 23 points, ten rebounds, three assists, two steals, and one block, Ulsan fell to 17-14 on the season.
According to sports news coverage, Changwon LG Sakers beat Seoul SK Knights 85-61 at Jamsil Students Gymnasium on Tuesday, with significant help from Justin Gutang in limited playing time.
Lee Jae-do led the LG Sakers with nineteen points, two assists, and four rebounds. Also, Gutang chipped in with seven points, four assists, and a rebound in only 14 minutes. The Sakers were led by Assem MaSrei’s 14 points, 19 rebounds, and seven assists.
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