Jang Yong-jun 
South Korea
bbq Olivers
Decent showing not enough to claim victory
August 1, 2018
Ghost earned a 2/2/1 KDA in his team's series defeat at the hands of Gen.G.
Ghost had a rough start alongside the rest of his team during their defeat against Gen.G. He started off by falling behind early and was never able to recover. Though he could clear waves from a distance, he couldn't do anything else. Try as he might, he couldn't find a single kill or assist in his team's Game 1 defeat. Game 2 went better for Ghost, but he once again failed to find victory. Though he was able to recover from an early game deficit, he could not find a way for his team to come back from an early macro game loss. Ghost played well in teamfights, dealing damage and making it seem as though his team might have a chance to fight back into the game. Unfortunately his team was not playing as well, resulting in another convincing defeat. As a result, BBQ fell 0-2 in the series.
Ghastly performance
July 12, 2018
Ghost finished BBQ's 0-2 loss to JAG with a 1/3/1 total KDA.
Ghost ended Game 1 with a 0/2/1 KDA as Varus. He was involved in one of two kills, tying for the team-high assist total. In Game 2, Ghost played Vladimir and earned a 1/1/0 KDA. He was involved in one of five kills, tying for the team's second-highest kill total. Ghost was involved in two of seven kills in the series.
Picked apart in bottom lane
June 30, 2018
Ghost put together a pitiful 0/7/2 KDA in his team's sweep at the hands of SKT on Saturday.
While Ghost has been having a rough go of things so far this split, Saturday's series was perhaps his lowest point yet. Not managing a single kill to seven deaths is certainly not what you want from your ADC. Sure, SKT's bot lane was playing some of the best League of Legends we've seen from them all year. But still, you'd expect that Ghost does something in this series. Anything at all. Alas, he didn't and bbq were ripped to shreds.
Lives up to his name in bottom lane
June 24, 2018
Ghost looked a bit worse for wear during bbq Olivers' 2-0 loss to Kingzone DragonX on Sunday, finishing with a 1/5/4 KDA.
Much like Trick, this is a series that Ghost will want to quickly forget. He started of Vladimir and managed a paltry 828 damage in the quick loss. Moving onto Lulu in Game 2, he put up more damage but still managed to flounder from start to finish. Simply put, Ghost just can't seem to get anything going when not playing a traditional marksman champion. That could end up being a death note for this team as the meta is filled with non-traditional picks that are forcing players to adapt. If Ghost can't adapt, it could be curtains for bbq this summer.
Supportive effort
March 22, 2018
Ghost finished BBQ's 2-0 win over KDM with a 5/4/21 total KDA.
Ghost ended Game 1 with a 3/1/7 KDA as Caitlyn. He was involved in 10 of 13 kills, earning the second-highest kill and assist totals in Game 1. In Game 2, Ghost used Xayah and earned a 2/3/14 KDA. He was involved in 16 of 20 kills, tying Crazy for the second-highest assist total in Game 2. Ghost was involved in 26 of 33 kills in the series, ending with the second-highest assist total on the team.
Ties for the team-high kill total
February 7, 2018
Ghost finished Wednesday's loss to SKT with a 9/7/3 total KDA.
Ghost ended Game 1 with a 4/4/0 KDA as Kalista. He was involved in all but one kill, picking up a team-high four kills in the loss. In Game 2, Ghost used Ezreal and earned a 4/1/3 KDA. He was involved in seven of 14 kills, tying for the second-highest kill total as BBQ evened the series. For the deciding Game 3, Ghost used Vayne and finished with a 1/2/0 KDA. He was involved in only one of six kills, as he struggled to find any real rhythm on the Vayne pick.
Has to wait until Game 3 for kills
January 18, 2018
Ghost ended BBQ's 2-1 win over KDM with a 7/2/14 combined KDA.
Ghost ended Game 1 with a 0/1/0 KDA as Caitlyn. He didn't manage a kill or an assist as BBQ only picked up two in the game, but died only once as KDM took Game 1. In Game 2, Ghost used Kog'Maw to finish with a 0/0/5 KDA. He was involved in half of his team's kills, finishing with the fourth-highest assist total, while not picking up a kill. Returning to Caitlyn in Game 3, Ghost earned a 7/1/9 KDA. He picked up all seven of his kills in the series in Game 3, leading BBQ in kills, while finishing with the third-highest assist total to help lead BBQ to the series win.
Helps lead BBQ to Game 2 win
July 28, 2017
Ghost finished BBQ's 1-2 loss to KT with a 7/9/12 combined KDA.
Ghost ended Game 1 with a 1/4/7 KDA as Xayah. He had 100 percent kill participation, picking up only one kill but ending the game tied with Totoro for the team-high assist total. In Game 2, Ghost used Varus to earn a 5/2/4 KDA. He was involved in nine of 12 kills, finishing with a team-high five kills, helping BBQ win Game 2. In Game 3, Ghost used Tristana and finished with a 1/3/1 KDA. He was involved in two of three kills in the final game as KT snowballed to an easy win.
Starts off with a bang
July 18, 2017
Ghost ended Tuesday's loss to Afreeca with a 8/4/4 combined KDA.
Ghost was excellent in Game 1, finishing with a 5/1/3 KDA as Tristana. He had an assist on first blood and finished the game involved in eight of bbq's 13 kills. He tied with Bless for the team lead in kills, picking up three in the final teamfight. In Game 2, Ghost used Kog'maw to finish with a 3/1/0 KDA. He had two kills in the first teamfight, but struggled to carry late, with bbq lacking damage once their AD Carry was dropped. Returning to Tristana for Game 3, Ghost finished with a 0/2/1 KDA. He couldn't replicate his Game 1 success, ending the game with an assist on one of bbq's two kills.
Decent Game 2 not enough
June 22, 2017
Ghost finished bbq's sweep to Samsung with a 4/4/4 combined KDA.
Ghost ended Game 1 with a 1/1/0 KDA as Caitlyn. He struggled to really get involved in the game at all, providing only one of bbq's six kills. In Game 2, Ghost used Varus to finish with a 3/3/4 KDA. He had perfect kill participation and led bbq in kills in Game 2. It wasn't enough to force a Game 3, however, as Samsung closed out the sweep.
Hard carries bbq to victory over Ever8
June 17, 2017
Ghost played well in bbq Olivers' 2-1 win over Ever8 Winners on Wednesday, earning a KDA of 17/3/15.
Ghost was just that in Game 1, not contributing much of anything as Twitch. Deul's Ashe immediately took control of the bottom lane, giving EEW full map control against bbq's late game teamfighting composition. Ghost didn't have much say in a 34-minute Game 1 loss, but bounced back in Game 2 as Twitch in a big way. As the only traditional carry champion in a beefy teamfighting composition, Ghost had a field day in the late game with the rest of bbq setting up massive Spray-and-Prays. With a monstrous KDA of 9/2/8 for 85 percent kill participation, Ghost carried bbq to a Game 2 win in 47 minutes. Taking Xayah into Game 3, Ghost and Totoro's Taric bullied EEW's bot lane early on while the rest of the map went decidedly in bbq's favor. Once the mid game teamfights came around, Ghost pumped out massive damage in teamfights, locking Ever8 down with multi-man Bladecallers while remaining untouched in fights. Finishing with an 8/0/4 KDA, Ghost was a monster as bbq completed the reverse sweep with a 30-minute Game 3 win.
Limited impact against SKT
June 5, 2017
Ghost ended Sunday's loss to SKT with a 5/6/6 combined KDA.
Ghost ended Game 1 with a 0/2/0 KDA as Xayah. He literally did nothing as SKT ended the game in 24 minutes. In Game 2, Ghost ended with a 5/4/6 KDA as Varus. He was better in Game 2, landing good Chains of Corruption to set up kills and providing good damage in teamfights. While Game 2 was much closer, Ghost couldn't carry bbq to a win over the best team in the world.
Has rollercoaster series in search of consistency
June 2, 2017
Ghost posted a 6/3/4 KDA in bbq Olivers' 1-2 series loss to Longzhu Gaming on Thursday.
Ghost had a rollercoaster of a series. In Games 1 and 3, he played Caitlyn. They both went about the same, except in Game 3 he was able to buy more items. His laning was okay, but in both games his lane gave up kills early. That wouldn't have been that bad if Ghost wasn't laning against a top three bot lane in the region. His Game 2 Kalista play was fantastic. He carried the game and showed no hesitation in carrying and stomping the game. If Ghost can rally in his early game, then he could be a much more dominating force. His command once he has a grip of the game, which was showcased in Game 2, was impressive. Whether that Ghost is a common thing remains to be seen.
Unkillable in both wins
March 28, 2017
Ghost ended bbq's 2-1 win over Kongdoo with a 10/3/14 combined KDA.
Ghost ended Game 1 with a 0/3/5 KDA as Ashe. He picked up an assist in the first teamfight and two assists in the second teamfight. He helped pick off Punch in the late game, with his final assist coming in the third teamfight. Ghost carried Game 2 with a 8/0/3 KDA as Jhin. He picked up first blood taking out SSol in the early game and two kills and an assist picking off GuGer three times in the mid game. He picked off SSol in the mid game for an assist, grabbed two kills in the first teamfight, while his three kills and assist in the final teamfight evened the series. In Game 3, Ghost used Ezreal to end with a 2/0/6 KDA. He picked up a kill and an assist in the first teamfight and an assist picking off Roach in the late game. His kill and three assists in the final teamfight closed out the series for bbq.
Unable to carry bbq to series win
March 23, 2017
Ghost ended bbq's 1-2 loss to Afreeca with a 3/8/11 combined KDA.
Ghost ended Game 1 with a 0/3/0 KDA as Ashe, as bbq failed to pick up a kill in the game. In Game 2, Ghost used Jhin to finish with a 3/3/10 KDA. He picked up an assist on first blood and two assists in the first teamfight of the game. He grabbed his first two kills in the third teamfight and two assists picking off MaRin twice in the mid game. A kill onto TusiN in the late game followed, while two assists in the fourth teamfight and three assists in the final teamfight helped bbq even the series. Using Jhin again in Game 3, Ghost ended with a 0/2/1 KDA, with his lone assist coming in the late game onto TusiN.
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