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Lackluster showing results in loss
September 15, 2018
LvMao earned a series KDA of 2/21/34 during his team's series defeat against EDG.
ANALYSIS
LvMao had a couple of extremely unfortunate games against EDG that ultimately cost his team the series. After starting things off with a relatively strong performance on Alistar, LvMao steadily began to fall off. In the next two games of the series he struggled to make anything happy on Rakan, constantly seeming unsure of when he should be engaging and when he should be playing back. The result was a pair of swift defeats for his team, bringing EDG into a commanding 2-1 lead in the series. LvMao bounced back with a decent showing on Fiddlesticks to help his team win Game 4, but even with the victory, he seemed hesitant and unsure of exactly what his role was. Game 5 went miserably with LvMao picking Braum and dying over and over. Making up nearly a third of his team's deaths, he could not control objectives or vision for his team. The end result was EDG taking the game and closing out the series 3-2.
Outclassed in loss
September 15, 2018
LokeN earned a series KDA of 18/13/20 during his team's series defeat at the hands of EDG.
ANALYSIS
Although LokeN had a decent performance during his team's series against EDG, he was simply outclassed by the enemy AD carry, resulting in his team giving up the series 3-2. Throughout the entire series, LokeN could do little more than react to the enemy team's bottom lane, trying to stay relevant as the game quickly got out of control. In victories, he was able to flex his muscles, doing large amounts of damage to the enemy bottom lane. Unfortunately, this was the limit of his success. In defeats, he was nearly absent, doing little more than dying and dealing meager amounts of damage. When things came down to a final Game 5 in which he needed to perform, LokeN struggled to get going, allowing the enemy team to run away with the game early on. Not given enough time to scale, he could not use Xayah to success, allowing EDG to take the Game 5 victory and close out the series.
Falters when it matters most
September 15, 2018
Yagao earned a series KDA of 7/12/29 during his team's 3-2 series loss at the hands of EDG.
ANALYSIS
Although Yagao started things off with an excellent performance on Galio, he struggled as things went on during his team's series against EDG. After decimating in Game 1, earning a 3/1/12 KDA, Yagao's performance went on a steady decline. He struggled in lane in the next two games of the series, doing little more than holding his own in an effort to retain relevancy. This strategy did not pay off with Yagao doing little more than preserving his KDA. As a result, his team found themselves at a 1-2 series disadvantage. Although Yagao had a better performance in the next game, he struggled to find meaning in his play, simply playing around the rest of his team's advantages. Although this paid off with a win, it foreshadowed his poor showing in the final game of the series. Picking Vladimir, he found himself dying early and dying often. As the game went on, he became useless, simply allowing the enemy team to take over and dominate the game. Try as he might, he could never recover, resulting in a 39-minute loss that closed out the series in EDG's favor.
Decent in victory, poor in defeat
September 15, 2018
Clid earned a combined KDA of 10/16/22 during his team's 3-2 series loss against EDG.
ANALYSIS
Clid had a relatively up and down performance during his team's series against EDG. Starting things off with a decent game on Xin Zao, he was able to bring his team up 1-0 in a hard-fought Game 1. The next two games saw Clid with back-to-back miserable performances. In Game 2 and Game 3, he earned a combined KDA of 0/9/2, doing little more than die during his team's efforts. Unable to find a single kill for himself, it seemed as though all hope was lost for his team. He stepped things up in Game 4, picking Skarner and having a performance that was completely different from his last two games. After finding early kills, he began controlling objectives, helping his team snowball it's early game lead. The result was a strong 32-minute victory to tie the series 2-2. Unfortunately, this was the end of Clid's success. Try as he might in the final game, he was only able to assist his top lane in finding a lead. Unable to help his other two lanes or claim objectives, he sat by as EDG toppled his base in 39 minutes, closing out the series 3-2.
Falters on carry champions
September 15, 2018
Zoom earned a series KDA of 11/13/28 during his team's series loss at the hands of EDG.
ANALYSIS
Although his team was ultimately defeated, Zoom had a relatively strong performance against EDG time and again. Starting off the series on Ornn, he put up massive numbers, participating in 16 of his team's 18 kills. Unfortunately, this performance didn't carry over throughout the full series. Finding himself on carry champions in a pair of the games, he struggled to maintain relevance, giving up kills and leads to his opponents time and again. Picking Urgot in Game 3, he did nothing but die, finding only a single assist while giving up six deaths. He continued to struggle to find meaning on carries, giving EDG the chance to close things out. Finally finding his stride in the final game, Zoom's performance was strong but not enough to make up for his other two lanes. The team struggled immensely, giving up too many opportunities, allowing EDG to close things out. As a result of the defeat, JDG fell 3-2 in the series.
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