Korea Women’s Basketball ‘disappointed with second straight loss’ in two exhibition games against Latvia

The South Korean women’s national basketball team dropped both games of an exhibition against Latvia.

South Korea, ranked 12th in the International Basketball Federation (FIBA), suffered a 26-point loss, 50-76, in the second game of an exhibition against the Latvian National Team (ranked 25th in FIBA) in Salaspils, Latvia, on Tuesday (Nov. 10).

The team shot just 26.6 percent from the field and 24.0 percent from three-point range on the day, marking the second consecutive 먹튀검증 game in which they were knocked down by 20 points or more, following a 60-82 loss in the first game.

Park Ji-soo (KB), who returned to the national team after being dropped due to symptoms of panic disorder, had 11 points and five rebounds.

Kang Isul (KB) added 10 points, including three 3-pointers, and Jin An (BNK) had eight points and five rebounds.

The Korea Women’s National Team, coached by Chung Sun-min, will play Latvia in an exhibition game ahead of the FIBA Asia Cup, which begins on June 26 in Australia.

The team will return to Korea on Nov. 12 to continue their preparations at home.

Korea is drawn in Group A alongside China, New Zealand and Lebanon at the FIBA Asia Cup.

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