The reason Sonia Kim was so moved by victory? 

The score gap widened to 21 points at one time in the first quarter.

44-30 by the second quarter.

A win was expected.

The match between Shinhan Bank and Woori Bank in the ‘Shinhan Bank SOL 2022-2023 Women’s Professional Basketball’ held at Incheon Dowon Gymnasium on the 18th.

Starting with Sonia Kim’s 3-point shot in the first quarter, Shinhan Bank made a series of 3-pointers and continued to lead.

However, the opponent is Woori Bank, which is leading the way with 14 consecutive wins.

In the fourth quarter, Woori Bank’s fierce pursuit began. After narrowing the score gap, they succeeded in tying the score with 3 minutes and 44 seconds remaining.

The atmosphere seemed to be going to Woori Bank. But at Shinhan Bank, there was veteran Lee Kyung-eun. With 5 consecutive points, they beat Woori Bank’s pursuit.

81-78. It was Shinhan Bank’s victory.

And there was someone who was crying over the victory.

Sonia Kim, who changed uniforms with Danbi Kim, is the main character.

Shinhan Bank designated Sonia Kim as a compensation player for Danbi Kim, who transferred to Woori Bank after obtaining FA qualification.

Sonia Kim was delighted with her arms raised at the end buzzer. Sonia Kim covered her face with her hands after winning her first victory against her former team. And I cried.온라인카지노

Kim Jin-young and Lee Kyung-eun embraced each other and shared the joy of victory. A smile was on Sonia Kim’s face as she greeted Woori Bank coach Seong-Woo Lee, Joo-Won Jeon, and Coach Young-Hee Lim.

On this day, Sonia Kim ran for 34 minutes and 53 seconds, recording 10 points and 8 rebounds, contributing to her long-awaited team victory.

Shinhan Bank, which blocked Woori Bank’s winning streak, is in fourth place with 9 wins and 9 losses.

Samsung Life Insurance tied for 2nd place, 1.5 games behind BNK. 5th place KB, where Park Ji-soo returned, is being chased by 3.5 games.

Sonia Kim, who was reborn as the team’s leader and ace, was selected as MVP in the 3rd round.

Now, for the 4th place or higher, I run for Shinhan Bank’s spring basketball.

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