2011-12 KBL Finals
Game 1: Dongbu Promy win 80-75
Game 2: Anyang KGC win 74-71
Game 3: Dongbu Promy win 80-79
Game 4: Anyang KGC win 73-70
Game 5: Anyang KGC win 80-72
Game 6: Anyang KGC win 66-64
Anyang KGC win Finals series 4-2
SEOUL, Korea (KBL): Anyang KGC clinched their maiden KBL title when they wrapped up the 2011-12 Finals 4-2 with a 66-64 win in Game 6 of the best-of-seven contest against last year’s runners-up and 2011-12 KBL Regular Season champions Dongbu Promy on Friday.
For the second game on the trot, Promy, three-time former champions, did all the running for a better part of the game before handing over the advantage to Anyang KGC who were playing their first Finals.
Thus Promy had to be content with the runners-up tag for the second year in a row, and fourth time overall.
Promy led 15-14 at the end of the first quarter and 32-26 at the end of the first half, and carried an 11-point advantage at the end of the third quarter.
But Anyang KGC like they did in Game 5 rallied gallantly outscored their rivals 24-11 in the final quarter to clinch the title.
Yang Hee-Jong scored only 6 points this game, but unleashed the clinching basket with 9.6 seconds left on the clock.
“I just feel like it is a dream now. I didn't know it was a final shot. When my teammates began running towards me, I realized that we won the championship,” Yang said.
Chris Daniels led Anyang KGC’s win with 15 points and also pulled down 11 rebounds in an overall 16 collections.
Lee Jung Hyun had 14 points.
Oh Sek-Eun adjudged MVP
Rookie center Oh Sek-Eun (right in the combo pic above) contributed a dozen points taking his average to 17.5 points, besides 5.3 rebounds, and was named the MVP of the Finals.
“I am so glad to get a championship this year. When I heard the final buzzer, I just cried. It is pretty great feeling now,” the 200-cm 25-year-old said.