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SEOUL, South Korea -- The KT Sonic Boom erased a 19 point halftime deficit but came up short in the end, losing to Samsung 72-66 Wednesday night at Jamsil Stadium.

Seo Jang-hoon scored 17 points and added 8 rebounds, while Jasper Johnson played his most inspiring ball of the season, scoring 12 points and adding eight rebounds, but the Sonic Boom's rally came just a little short.

Bryan Davis's tip-in with 47.8 seconds left gave Samsung a 67-64 advantage, but KT committed a costly turnover on the next possession before Lee Jung-suk's three pointer with 16 seconds remaining iced the game for Samsung. Davis led Samsung with 24 points.

KT next plays at home Friday night vs. the SK Knights.


Sonic Boom’s Comeback Comes up Short Against Samsung


SEOUL, South Korea — The KT Sonic Boom erased a 19 point halftime deficit but came up short in the end, losing to Samsung 72-66 Wednesday night at Jamsil Stadium.

Seo Jang-hoon scored 17 points and added 8 rebounds, while Jasper Johnson played his most inspiring ball of the season, scoring 12 points and adding eight rebounds, but the Sonic Boom's rally came just a little short.

Bryan Davis's tip-in with 47.8 seconds left gave Samsung a 67-64 advantage, but KT committed a costly turnover on the next possession before Lee Jung-suk's three pointer with 16 seconds remaining iced the game for Samsung. Davis led Samsung with 24 points.

KT next plays at home Friday night vs. the SK Knights.


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