Oh Se-geun’s finals, ‘6th in points and 8th in appearances’, continues

‘Lion King’ Oh Se-geun took part in a career and raised the scoring ranking one step further. Anyang KGC also dramatically improved their chances of winning.

Oh Se-geun크크크벳 started in the 6th game of the 2022-2023 SKT A-Dot Professional Basketball Championship against Seoul SK held at Anyang Gymnasium on the 5th, scoring 18 points, the most in the team, with 5 rebounds and 5 assists, leading KGC’s 86-77 come-from-behind victory. Thanks to this, KGC recorded a series record of 3 wins and 3 losses and was able to prepare for the 7th game.

Oh Se-geun, who won KGC three times, is setting a career record standing shoulder to shoulder with legends day after day on the stage of the 5th championship match after his debut. In the 6th game, he raised the ranking with the most appearances in his career just by participating. Oh Se-geun played 27 games in his career and tied for 8th with Aaron Haynes (former KCC). If he also appears in Game 7, he will be tied for 7th with Rod Benson (former DB).

The career scoring ranking also rose by one place. Oh Se-geun, who was in 7th place with 446 points, added 18 points and scored 464 points, surpassing Lee Sang-min (former Samsung, 459 points) and becoming 6th in total points. The gap with Yang Dong-geun (former Hyundai Mobis, 500 points) in 5th place was 36 points.

KGC even took victory, doubling the joy of rising in the personal record rankings. KGC escapes from the edge of the cliff with Oh Se-geun’s performance, and aims for the 4th victory in the 7th game held at Anyang Gymnasium on the 7th.

1st Kim Joo-seong (former DB) 653 points
2nd place Seong- won
Cho (former KCC) 558 points 3rd place Seung-gyun Chu (former KCC) 539 points
4th Laguna (KCC) 504 points
5th place Dong-geun Yang (former Hyundai Mobis) 500
6th place Oh Se-geun (KGC) 464 points
7th place Lee Sang-min (former Samsung) 459 points
8th place Terrence Leder (former ET Land) 433 points 9th
place Rod Benson (former DB) 405 points
10th place Johnny McDowell (former Mobis) 382

points 1st overall appearance ranking
Seung-gyun Choo (former KCC) 2nd place in 47 games
Joo-seong Kim (former DB) 3rd place in 46 games
Sang-min Lee (former Samsung) 4th place in 43 games Seong-won
Seong-won (former KCC), Dong-geun Yang (former Hyundai Mobis) 6th place in 36 games
Ra Gun-ah (KCC) 29 games,
7th place Rod Benson (former DB) 28 games,
8th place Oh Se-geun (KGC), Aaron Haynes (former KCC) 27 games
10th place Lim Jae-hyun (former Orions) 26 games

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