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SEOUL, South Korea -- A controversial call with 1.7 seconds left in Game 2 gave Ulsan a 60-58 win and a commanding two game series lead in the KBL Finals Sunday afternoon. Ricardo Ratliffe led Mobis with 12 points, though the refs blown call after SK had a chance to take the lead was the story of the game, incensing SK players and coaches. After checking the video replay, they decided to give Mobis the ball though the video clearly showed their players knocking the ball out of bounds.

In Game 1, Mobis came back from a 58-52 fourth quarter deficit thanks to 13 fourth quarter points from Rod Benson to win 76-71. Benson led Mobis with 16 points, while Aaron Haynes led SK with 20.

The series moves back to Ulsan for Game 3 which gets underway Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Dongcheon Arena.

Ulsan Mobis Take 2-0 Lead in KBL Finals


A controversial call with 1.7 seconds left in Game 2 gave Ulsan a 60-58 win and a commanding two game series lead in the KBL Finals Sunday afternoon. Ricardo Ratliffe led Mobis with 12 points, though the refs blown call after SK had a chance to take the lead was the story of the game, incensing SK players and coaches. After checking the video replay, they decided to give Mobis the ball though the video clearly showed their players knocking the ball out of bounds.

In Game 1, Mobis came back from a 58-52 fourth quarter deficit thanks to 13 fourth quarter points from Rod Benson to win 76-71. Benson led Mobis with 16 points, while Aaron Haynes led SK with 20.

The series moves back to Ulsan for Game 3 which gets underway Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Dongcheon Arena.


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