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Rising Zephyr Fukuoka Co., Ltd. Dropped GAME 1, which was tangled up to overtime without being one step closer to Koshigaya, the leader in the eastern region.

Rising Zephyr Fukuoka Co., Ltd.
Lost GAME 1, which was tangled up to overtime without being one step closer to Koshigaya, the leader of the East Division

The Koshigaya match held on Saturday, December 3, 2022 was defeated by 3 points. We are pleased to announce that the 10th round of the B League [Rising Zephyr Fukuoka vs. Koshigaya Alphas] held on Saturday, December 3, 2022 resulted in the result of “Fukuoka 97-100 Koshigaya”.
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[Fukuoka] 97-100 [Koshigaya]
1st 21-20
2nd 14-22
3rd 17-20
4th 28-18
OT1 16-20
[Battle commentary]
GAME 1 with Koshigaya, who is leading the B2
In the early stages, Koshigaya scored consecutive points, but when #24 Honda scored with a middle jumper, a rhythm was born in Fukuoka’s offense, and both teams fought for points. In the middle of the 1Q, #6 Otsuka aggressively attacked Fukuoka, and the offense began to turn around, and #43 Nagayoshi’s 3P shot extended the lead.
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Fukuoka wanted to take the initiative, but when Koshigaya’s offense made them suffer in the early part of the 2nd quarter, they lost the initiative. #24 Honda’s 3P shot and #23 Harris’ score added points, but the lead gradually widened and the first half ended with 7 points behind.
Fukuoka wanted to come back, but Koshigaya’s offense, which was gaining momentum towards the end of the first half, forced them to struggle.
Somehow #24 Honda, #23 Harris and 4Q #7 Gurin wake up when they endure tenaciously.
With 18 points, including 3 3P shots, he succeeded in reversing at once with less than 6 minutes remaining.
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With a balanced development and a 3-point lead with 2 seconds remaining, Koshigaya scored a 3-point shot to tie the score and the game entered extra time. However, by the 4th quarter, Fukuoka had foul trouble as a result of their desperate effort, and the development fell behind, and #6 Otsuka struggled alone and showed an active performance of 13 points, but he could not catch up with Koshigaya, which was frustrating. was defeated.
[Comment from HC Ramon Lopez Suarez]
It looks like there were two games, 40 minutes from 1Q to 4Q and overtime. I think we were able to win the match in 40 minutes, but I missed the free throw at an important point, and I failed to communicate that I would make a foul before the 3-point shot was hit, so I allowed the 3-point shot. . From there, we went into overtime, and many of our key players fouled out, so we weren’t able to maintain the same level of quality as we did from the 1st quarter to the 4th quarter. I am glad that I was able to play against Koshigaya, who has been playing great basketball throughout the season. Unfortunately, we lost, but I am proud of the players who put up a great fight, and I felt that this was a match that showed us a lot of potential of our players.
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