Anyang KGC are the 2012 KBL Champions after defeating the Wonju Dongbu Promy 66-64 in Game 6 of the finals. For the second game in a row Wonju squandered a double-digit lead late, opening the door for KGC to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. Chris Daniels (211-C-84) led Anyang with 15 points and 16 rebounds while Yoon Ho-Young (198-F-84) led the Promy with 19. Rod Benson (207-F/C-84, college: California) contributed 15 points and 14 rebounds.
Offensive rebounding was again a huge factor as KGC had 9 to Wonju's 1, but the only thing that really matters in the game is that Wonju choked away a 17 point lead and only managed 11 points in the 4th quarter. KGC took the lead with 9 seconds left in the game. Lee Kwang-Jae pushed the ball up the floor and found Benson with space to move in the pain. Benson drove to the basket and was probably fouled by at least one of the two defenders who met him in the air but there was no whistle. While Benson should have been given the chance to tie the game at the line, Wonju shouldn't have choked away their seemingly commanding lead in the last two games.
Dream Team roll over Magic Team in All Star Game - Jan 29, 2012
Magic Team-Dream Team 119:143
Dream Team roll over Magic Team in All Star Game. Almost 10000 spectators saw 143:119 victory of the winning side. Dream Team started with 36:22 and never looked behind in the game. They added 35-26 in the second frame for the more comfortable win at the halftime. Magic team managed to win the third period 35-29, while Dream team nailed 43 points in the last stanza to seal the victory. Yang Dong-Geun (181-G-81) top-scored for the winners with 25 points, while Benson Rodrique (207-F/C-84, college: California) and Stevenson Gregory (198-F-78, agency: SportsTalent, college: Richmond) added 24 each. Choi Jin-Soo (202-F, college: Maryland) followed them with 20 points in a win. Lee Seung-Jun (187-G-88) top-scored in the game with 27 points for the losing side and Stevenson Gregory posted 20. Sims DeShawn (203-F-88, college: Michigan) scored 19 and Lee Seung-Jun had 16.
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