“We won thanks to the support” KBL Champ Match sold out every day, the players gain strength

The KBL championship match, which is a difficult match to predict, is gaining success day after day at the box office.

Anyang KGC Ginseng Corporation won 86-77 against the Seoul SK Knights in the 6th game of the 2023 SKT Adot Pro Basketball Playoff held at Anyang Gymnasium on the 5th.

As the 6th game ended with KGC’s come-from-behind victory, the series between the two teams decided the winner through the 7th game. It is the first time in 14 years since the 2008-2009 season when KCC and Samsung met that the KBL championship match went to the 7th game. 

The content is as rich as the score. In Game 5, after overcoming a shooting slump, SK Oh Jae-hyun, who scored a decisive 3-point shot, left a lot of tears.

Added to this is the cheering enthusiasm of the fans who do not cool down, and the championship game is hitting the jackpot, worthy of the word ‘festival of spring’. Games 2 through 6 were all sold out, and game 7, which will be held on the 7th, has already sold out early through online reservations.

It is no exaggeration to say that if the players of both teams are fighting on the court, the fans are fighting for ticket reservations. No matter how much you want to go watch basketball, you cannot find a place if you cannot get through the reservation war.  

KGC and SK, which met in the championship match last season, have emerged as rivals representing the league this season as well by directing several famous matches in the regular league. The two teams met in the finals of the East Asian Super League (EASL) in early March. The 5th and 6th rounds of the match, which were already held at the Jamsil Student Gymnasium, were all sold out, and the championship match showed signs of a box office hit early on. 

Game 6, which was visited by many fans despite heavy rain, attracted 5,850 spectators, the largest number of spectators this season, at Anyang Gymnasium. The fierce cheering match between the home and away teams on the field is another highlight of this series. 

KGC, which will play the 7th game at home, has two cheerleaders from the quarter-final playoffs to the home game in order to respond to the enthusiasm of cheering as many spectators visit the site.

The enthusiasm of the fans who could not cool down even in the heavy rain is the driving force for the players to take a step further. The shouts that come out for each goal are on a different level from the regular league. After winning every game, the players are giving thanks to the fans in interviews.바카라사이트

SK Kim Seon-hyung expressed his gratitude after winning the 5th game, saying, “I heard that it is difficult to book tickets for the championship game, but I think I have to show a better game to the fans who have suffered so much, so I think I play harder.” Jameel Warney said, “It’s amazing” and couldn’t help but be surprised by the love of the fans. 

KGC Lens Abando also expressed his gratitude after the 6th game, saying, “It was not the usual cheering enthusiasm. I am always grateful to the fans. Through such support, we have been able to win.” Oh Se-geun, who played an all-time great game, also said, “I can’t forget the cheers of the fans.”

The KBL Championship is being held in great success. There is only one game left. Which team will be the final winner at the Spring Festival?

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