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ANYANG, South Korea -- Juan Patillo scored 13 of his game high 27 points in the first quarter to lead fourth place Anyang KGC to a 86-73 victory over the KT Sonic Boom Monday night in Anyang.

KT dropped its fourth game in a row, as its early game struggles continued. KGC jumped out to a 47-37 halftime lead behind Patillo and Kim Tae-sool, who also scored 10 of his 18 points in the first half. KGC had five players in double digit scoring, including four of its starters.

Jasper Johnson led KT with 15 points while Min Sung-joo added 13. Cho Sung-min's shooting struggles continued as he chipped in nine, all in the fourth quarter.

KT looks to break their losing streak Wednesday night at home with a battle against first place SK.


 

Patillo Leads KGC Past KT


ANYANG, South Korea — Juan Patillo scored 13 of his game high 27 points in the first quarter to lead fourth place Anyang KGC to a 86-73 victory over the KT Sonic Boom Monday night in Anyang.

KT dropped its fourth game in a row, as its early game struggles continued. KGC jumped out to a 47-37 halftime lead behind Patillo and Kim Tae-sool, who also scored 10 of his 18 points in the first half. KGC had five players in double digit scoring, including four of its starters.

Jasper Johnson led KT with 15 points while Min Sung-joo added 13. Cho Sung-min’s shooting struggles continued as he chipped in nine, all in the fourth quarter.

KT looks to break their losing streak Wednesday night at home with a battle against first place SK.


 

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