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WKBL Standings
 1. Blue Minx 0-0 
 2. KB Stars 0-0 
 3. KEB Hanabank 0-0 
 4. S-Birds 0-0 
 5. Winnus 0-0 
 6. Woori Bank 0-0 
Points Per Game
 Charde HOUSTON
  Hanabank
  (185-F/C-86)
  Avg: 19.2
 1. Houston, Hanabank19.2 
 2. Stricklen, Woori H.18.0 
 3. Hamby, KB Stars17.2 
 4. Pierson, Winnus16.4 
 5. Currie, S-Birds16.4 
 6. Lee, Hanabank14.9 
 7. Lim, Woori Hansae12.9 
 8. Mosby, Hanabank12.9 
 9. Kim, S-Birds12.3 
 10. Kang, KB Stars11.8 
Rebounds Per Game
 Chelsey LEE
  Hanabank
  (193-C-89)
  Avg: 10.5
 1. Lee, Hanabank10.5 
 2. Stokes, Bichumi10.1 
 3. Hamby, KB Stars8.5 
 4. Houston, Hanabank7.9 
 5. Currie, S-Birds7.6 
 6. Pierson, Winnus7.4 
 7. Stricklen, Woori H.6.8 
 8. Mosby, Hanabank6.3 
 9. Harris, Bichumi6.2 
 10. Yang, Woori Hans.6.0 
Assists Per Game
 Yeonha BEON
  KB Stars
  (180-G-80)
  Avg: 5.3
 1. Beon, KB Stars5.3 
 2. Jeong, Winnus4.5 
 3. Lee, Winnus4.0 
 4. Kim, S-Birds3.6 
 5. Lim, Woori Hansae3.3 
 6. Choi, S-Birds3.2 
 7. Lee, Woori Hansae3.2 
 8. Kim, Hanabank3.1 
 9. Park, Woori Hansae3.0 
 10. Kim, Hanabank2.8 
Steals Per Game
 Danbi KIM
  S-Birds
  (180-F-90)
  Avg: 1.8
 1. Kim, S-Birds1.8 
 2. Beon, KB Stars1.7 
 3. Kang, KB Stars1.7 
 4. Lee, Woori Hansae1.5 
 5. Lee, Winnus1.5 
 6. Kim, S-Birds1.5 
 7. Park, Woori Hansae1.5 
 8. Hamby, KB Stars1.4 
 9. Park, Bichumi1.4 
 10. Go, Bichumi1.3 
Blocks Per Game
 Kiah STOKES
  Bichumi
  (190-C-93)
  Avg: 2.7
 1. Stokes, Bichumi2.7 
 2. Yang, Woori Hansae1.2 
 3. Houston, Hanabank1.2 
 4. Harris, Bichumi1.1 
 5. Lee, Hanabank1.1 
 6. Pierson, Winnus1.0 
 7. Currie, S-Birds0.9 
 8. Hamby, KB Stars0.8 
 9. Mosby, Hanabank0.8 
 10. Howard, KB Stars0.7 

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U17 South Korea celebrates first win in Amsterdam - Aug 20, 2012


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Mariam Maiga
U17 SOUTH KOREA - U17 MALI 76-61

Both teams had 0-2 before this meeting. South Korea was too strong for Mali 76-61 registering its first victory at FIBA U17 World Championship in Amsterdam. Korea now joined Canada with 1-2 record, while Mali closes the standings in this pool with 0-3. Korea had impressive first quarter making 29-16 lead and later jumped to plus 17 until the halftime. However, Mali drastically improved after the breather and closed the gap to 4 points with ten minutes to go in the game. Koreans shined when it mattered most ending the last period with 20-9 for the first win in Amsterdam. Park Jieun (95) (7 rebs) and Kim Heejin (95) scored 19 points each in this victory. Shin Jihyun (95) helped with 9 pts. In the loosing squad, Christine Dakouo (178-PF-96) was better than the others with 13 points and 9 rebounds. Mariam Maiga (169-G-96) and Maimouna Diallo (180-C-95) delivered 11 points. All teams will take a rest on Monday. In the next game, South Korea will meet Italy. Mali will play against Canada.

South Korea: Park Jieun 19+7 boards, Kim Heejin 19, Shin Jihyun 9
Mali: Christine Dakouo 13+9 boards, Mariam Maiga 11, Maimouna Diallo 11
  




Sasha
Goodlett
Montaneras sign Sasha Goodlett, ex Woori Hansae - 28 days ago

Montaneras de Morovis (BSNF) signed 26-year old American center Sasha Goodlett (195-90, college: Georgia Tech). She played last season at Woori Hansae in South Korean WKBL. In 38 games she had 6.9ppg and 5.8rpg. She won WKBL championship title for two years in a row (2015 and 2016). Goodlett was selected to Korean WKBL All-Star Game in 2014, 2015 and 2016. The previous (14-15) season Goodlett played at Woori Hansae in WKBL where in 41 games she recorded 10.9ppg and 6.4rpg. In 2012 she was...   [read more]

Dan-Bi Kim
Kim Dan-bi helps South Korea seize William Jones title - 2 months ago

South Korea's women captured the William Jones Cup title by edging Taiwan A 64-63 in the dying seconds, while Japan secured second place, devastating Thailand 90-34 in final-day results from New Taipei City's Sinjhuang Gymnasium yesterday. Forward Kim Dan-Bi (176-F-91) was brilliant in directing the offense and in the key play of the game she dribbled past Taiwan players under the post for a lay-up with four seconds left for the win. Kim led her team with 19 points, while teammate Yoon Mi...   [read more]

Saki Hayashi
Taiwan A, Japan, S Korea post wins at William Jones Cup - 2 months ago

Japan and South Korea enjoyed big wins in second-day William Jones Cup action, with Japan's female cagers routing a toothless US side 92-53, while South Korea thrashed Thailand 60-41 at the Sinjhuang Gymnasium in New Taipei City yesterday. In the domestic derby last night, the nation's senior side schooled the junior side, with Taiwan A defeating Taiwan B 70-51. The US' Overtake Team tasted their own bitter medicine, coming out on the losing end of a lopsided scoreline when they were rout...   [read more]


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