Carrot, who was lethargic, left two disgraceful records.
Goyang Carrot lost 43-99 in the first leg of the playoff in the quarterfinals against the 2022-2023 SKT Adot Professional Basketball Anyang KGC held at Anyang Gymnasium on the 13th. From the beginning of the game, he showed helplessness and was completely defeated.
The difference between the two teams was 56 points. This is the record for the largest score difference in KBL history, including both the regular league and playoffs. That’s why the power difference between KGC and Carrot was so great.
The largest score difference in the history of the regular league came on December 23, 2014, in a confrontation between Incheon Etland (now Daegu Korea Gas Corporation) and Seoul Samsung. At that time, E-Land won Samsung by 100-46, 54 points. Based on the playoffs, E-Land’s 45-point (112-67) victory over Jeonju KCC in the 6th round playoff on April 25, 2021 is the record for the most score difference.
In addition, Carrot scored only 43 points, writing a new record for the lowest score ever in the playoffs. The previous record was 50 points posted by Ulsan Mobis (now Ulsan Hyundai Mobis) against Wonju Dongbu (now Wonju DB) on March 21, 2012. The minimum score in KBL history is 41 points, which was recorded once by KGC (vs Dongbu on January 11, 2012) and Changwon LG (vs KCC on February 1, 2022).
Carrot’s physical condition seemed to be heavy after a bloody battle with Hyundai Mobis in the 6th round playoff. He attempted 50 long-term 3-pointers and made only 7 of them, and only 13 out of 63 field shots broke the rim. His field goal success rate was just 21%. Except for Seong-Hyun Jeon (11 points), there was no player who scored in double digits. The sluggish performance of main gun Didric Lawson and Lee Jung-hyun was painful. 안전놀이터
Carrot who wrote two dishonorable records at once. Will he be able to show his potential by succeeding in rebounding in the second game? The second leg of the semi-final playoff between KGC and Carrot will be held at the same place on the 15th.