Samsung, the lowest ranked team, gave up 100 points in 3 consecutive games for the first time in 5 years and 2 months in professional basketball

Professional basketball Samsung acting head coach Kim Hyo-beom (right) and the players.

Professional basketball team Seoul Samsung continues to struggle, giving up more than 100 points to the opponent in three consecutive games.

Samsung lost 74-100 to LG in Changwon on January 26th, and also lost 78-116 to Hyundai Mobis in Ulsan on January 28th.

On January 30th, they fell 73-108 to Wonju DB.

Samsung, which has been on a 10-game losing streak since the start of the new year, is at the bottom with 5 wins and 31 losses and a 13.9% win rate.

Even with 9th place Goyang Sono (13 wins, 24 losses), there was a gap of 7.5 games, effectively solidifying last place for three consecutive years.

In domestic professional basketball, which was launched in 1997, there has never been a last place finisher for three consecutive years.

Samsung’s recent performance is so bad that it can be inferred from the fact that it has given up more than 100 points in three consecutive games.

The most recent case in domestic professional basketball where a team allowed more than 100 points in three consecutive games was KT in November 2018.

However, it is difficult to compare KT then and Samsung this year in terms of content.

At that time, KT defeated DB 105-102, and then lost to Incheon Electronic Land 92-108 and Anyang KGC Ginseng Corporation 94-100.

There was one win, and the game they lost 94-100 was relatively close. The situation is different from this year’s Samsung, which failed to score more than 80 points in each game and continued to give more than 100 points to the opponent.

The Samsung team gathers after the game and shouts “fighting.”

In the case of domestic professional basketball, 100 points in one game were frequent in the early 1997 season and 1997-1998 season, but with changes such as the ban on two foreign players playing simultaneously, cases of exceeding 100 points are rare in recent years.

Samsung ranks first in both categories with an average scoring average of 76.7 points and conceding 88.9 points this season.

Their 3-point success rate is 28.1%, the only team among 10 teams to make 20% shots, and they are the only team among 10 teams to make more than 400 errors.

Samsung will play home against LG on the 3rd and Busan KCC on the 4th.

If Samsung gives up more than 100 points against LG again on the 3rd, it will suffer the disgrace of giving up 100 points in four consecutive games for the first time in 20 years since the Ulsan Mobis game in January 2004.

The record for allowing 100 runs in consecutive games in domestic professional basketball is six games between Wonju Narae in November 1997 and LG in December 2000. 19가이드03

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