Lee Min-ho 
South Korea
Outplayed and out classed
February 27, 2018
Crown finished Tuesday's sweep to Afreeca with a 1/6/1 combined KDA.
Crown ended Game 1 with a 1/4/1 KDA as Ryze. He was involved in two of five kills, ending with the second-highest kill total, but most deaths in Game 1. In Game 2, Crown used Zoe and finished with a 0/2/0 KDA. He had no kills or assists, but KSV were only able to pick up a single kill in the game. Crown tied with Ambition for the team high death total in the loss.
Carries in two games as Azir
February 23, 2018
Crown finished Wednesday's sweep of KDM with a 10/5/8 KDA in two games as Azir.
Crown ended Game 1 with a 6/2/4 KDA. He was involved in 10 of 13 kills, tying Ruler for the team high in kills and kill participation. In Game 2, Crown earned a 4/3/4 KDA. He was involved in eight of 13 kills, leading KSV in kills again in Game 2. Crown earned a series-high 10 kills during the two-game sweep, while tying Ruler for the second-highest kill participation total.
Outshined by Lava
February 6, 2018
Crown ended Tuesday's 1-2 loss to ROX with a 4/6/9 combined KDA.
Crown finished Game 1 with a 0/2/5 KDA as Taliyah. He was involved in five of seven kills, leading KSV in assists during Game 1. In Game 2, Crown played Zoe and earned a 3/1/4 KDA. He was involved in seven of nine kills, finishing with KSV's second-highest kill total and tying for the third highest assist total. Returning to Taliyah in Game 3, Crown finished with a 1/3/0 KDA. He picked up KSV's lone kill of the game, but fell far short of carrying as ROX completed the upset.
Team high kill total during sweep
January 30, 2018
Crown ended Tuesday's 2-0 win over MVP with a 6/4/6 combined KDA.
Crown finished Game 1 with a 1/2/6 KDA as Zoe. He was involved in seven of 12 kills, finishing the game with the second-highest assist total, despite picking up only one kill. In Game 2, Crown earned a 5/2/0 KDA as Azir. He was involved in all but one kill, leading KSV with five kills. Crown outplayed Ian on both sides of the Zoe vs. Azir matchup, leading KSV in kills during the two game sweep.
Team high kill participation
January 16, 2018
Crown ended Tuesday's 2-0 win over KZ with a 5/5/13 combined KDA.
Crown used Ryze in Game 1 to finish with a 3/3/7 KDA. He was involved in 10 of 14 kills, tying for the team-high assist total and also tying for the second-highest kill total in Game 1. In Game 2, Crown used his world title-winning pick, Malzahar, and earned a 2/2/6 KDA. He was involved in eight of 11 kills, tying for the second-highest kill and assist totals in the game. Crown was heavily involved throughout the series, leading KSV in kill participation after finishing involved in 18 of 25 kills.
Will return for another year with Samsung
November 20, 2017
Samsung Galaxy announced via their Facebook page this morning that they have re-signed each member of their 2017 lineup, Crown included.
That Samsung decided to re-sign many of their 2017 players comes as no surprise as the team did, after all, take down SK Telecom T1 during the World Finals in a one-sided 3-0 victory. What does come as a surprise, however, is their decision to once again sign Crown, who was universally considered the weakest member of the lineup by the time the Worlds Finals rolled around. It seems that Samsung is confident that Crown will be able to return to the form he showed during Spring of 2017, where he earned the LCK MVP award, and that his recent slump that included all of the 2017 World Championship is merely a temporary setback, and isn't a sign of a dying career.
Relegates carry role to teammates
November 6, 2017
Crown posted an 8/4/15 KDA in Samsung Galaxy's series victory over SK Telecom T1 on Saturday.
Crown played three games of Malzahar, and they were all about the same. Crown played each laning phase safely, but he was noticeably outclassed by Faker. Crown served as a pesky damage source and cc monster, which played an important role in shutting down SKT's carries. Regardless, Crown knew his role and played it extremely well.
Stays hot with strong series
October 30, 2017
Crown ended Samsung's win over WE with an 8/5/20 combined KDA.
Crown got off to a slow start, finishing Game 1 with a 0/2/1 KDA as Taliyah, picking up an assist on Samsung's lone kill. Things got rolling in Game 2 as Crown earned a 2/1/6 KDA as Malzahar. He was involved in eight of 11 kills, evening the series at one. In Game 3, Crown earned a 4/0/6 KDA as Taliyah. He was unkillable while finishing the game with 100 percent kill participation. For the series' finale, Crown used Galio and earned a 2/2/7 KDA. He was involved in all but one kill as Samsung closed out the series to advance to the world finals.
Elite-level play carries Samsung
October 19, 2017
Crown finished Samsung's Thursday sweep of Longzhu with a 17/5/20 combined KDA.
Crown used Malzahar in Game 1, finishing with a 5/3/7 KDA. He was involved in 12 of 19 kills, tying for the team-high kill total with five. In Game 2, Crown carried as Taliyah, earning a 9/1/7 KDA. He had 100 percent kill participation, leading Samsung in kills with nine of his team's 16. For the final game of the series, Crown used Lissandra to end with a 3/1/6 KDA. He was involved in nine of 11 kills, finishing tied for the second-highest kill total. Crown's dominant play was a huge boost to Samsung as they not only upset Longzhu, but made it look easy.
Can't keep up with Xiaohu in mid lane
October 14, 2017
Crown put up a 2/2/2 KDA in Samsung's loss against RNG on Friday.
Crown was probably the most impactful member of Samsung in this game, but that's not necessarily a good thing. He played his Syndra fairly well, finding a couple kills here and there, but it wasn't nearly enough to get his team going. They stuck close to RNG through the mid game, but then lost one fight that allowed RNG to run away with the game. Samsung is still through to the playoffs, though, so all is certainly not lost.
Unkillable against G2
October 13, 2017
Crown ended Friday's win over G2 with a 2/0/10 KDA as Cho'Gath.
Crown helped lead Samsung to a one-sided win over G2 during Week 2 action at the World Championships. Crown was involved in all 12 kills, tying for the team high in assists and the third-highest kill total on the team. With the win, Crown and Samsung start Week 2 with a 2-0 record.
Effectively avoids dying
October 7, 2017
Crown finished Samsung's Saturday loss to RNG with a 0/1/0 KDA as Ryze.
Crown struggled to scale into a threat during the one-sided loss. He played fairly well in the game, given the fact that Samsung managed no kills, as he effectively avoided being killed for most of the game. Crown's one death was the lowest total on the team, but with Samsung behind, he had no real chance to carry.
Shows up as Samsung's carry
October 5, 2017
Crown finished Thursday's win over G2 with a 5/0/2 KDA as Taliyah.
Crown was unkillable in the win, leading Samsung in kills during the opening day win. Crown was involved in seven of nine kills, equaling three other teammates for the highest kill participation in the game. Crown managed a perfect KDA with excellent play on the Xayah to get Samsung off to a fine start at Worlds.
Excellent in both wins
August 1, 2017
Crown finished Samsung's 2-1 win over ROX with a 10/5/7 combined KDA.
Crown finished Game 1 with a 5/1/2 KDA as Orianna. He was involved in 70 percent of his team's kills, finishing the game with his team's highest kill total. In Game 2, Crown used Lucian to finish with a 1/3/0 KDA. He managed one of Samsung's three kills as ROX evened the series. For the deciding Game 3, Crown returned to Orianna and earned a 4/1/5 KDA. He was involved in all but two kills, finishing second on Samsung in kills and tying CuVee for the second highest assist total.
Report mid for trolling please
July 24, 2017
Crown had arguably his worst series of the split by putting up a dismal 1/9/12 KDA against MVP on Friday.
Crown tried three different styles of mid lane champion versus MVP and failed to find success with a single one. As Corki has reentered the meta, Crown completely failed to fulfill the champion's prerogative in Game 1. Finding just one kill with a champion that is being used to dominate games in regions around the world means Crown was definitively off. In Game 2 he returned to Karma, a support mid that he has built extremely aggressively in the past. This time he truly did play her as more of a support and ended up having a lower kill participation than the team's actual support, Max. Somehow, in Game 3 when playing Taliyah he managed to take another step back, scoring an embarrassing 0/5/2 KDA.
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