MaHa
Oh Hyun-sik 
South Korea
MVP
Zero kills while playing mages
July 12, 2018
MaHa ended MVP's 0-2 loss to KZ with a 0/5/3 total KDA.
ANALYSIS
MaHa finished Game 1 with a 0/1/2 KDA as Malzahar. He was involved in two of five kills, tying for the second-highest assist total in the opening game. In Game 2, MaHa used Morgana and earned a 0/4/1 KDA. He was involved in one of two kills, while leading MVP with four deaths. MaHa was involved in three of seven kills in the series.
Ties for team high assist total
January 30, 2018
MaHa ended MVP's 0-2 loss to KSV with a 2/5/8 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
MaHa finished Game 1 with a 0/3/2 KDA as Varus. He was involved in two of five kills, tying for the team high assist total with two. In Game 2, MaHa used Kog'Maw and earned a 2/2/6 KDA. He was involved in all but one kill, tying for the second-highest kill total and tying for the team-high assist total in the game. MaHa tied with Ian for the team's series-high assist total with eight.
Enters in Game 2
January 24, 2018
MaHa finished MVP's Game 2 loss to Jin Air with a 0/1/4 KDA as Ezreal.
ANALYSIS
MaHa entered the series in Game 2, replacing Pilot. He was involved in all but one kill in Game 2, finishing the game with his team's second highest assist total with four. MaHa couldn't do much to change MVP's fortunes, but gave away only one death in a game where Jin Air finished with 12 kills.
MaHahaha-ing in the faces of Samsung
July 24, 2017
MaHa went off versus Samsung Galaxy on Friday with a 11/3/10 KDA.
ANALYSIS
MaHa made it abundantly clear that he is confident in his Xayah play as he selected the champion in all three games versus Samsung. He showed excellent mechanics and was routinely able to CC opponents when calling back his feathers. He had perhaps the most dominant individual performance of the series as he went 7/0/2 in game, completely shutting down Ruler in the bottom lane and also securing a quadra kill. Although his kill numbers were not as impressive in Games 1 and 2, his damage statistics nearly made up for it. In both games, he was constantly chipping away at opponents in team fights, as evidenced as his damage dealt number of almost 40,000 in each.
Mostly picks up assists in win over bbq
June 29, 2017
MaHa finished Thursday's sweep of bbq with a 2/1/15 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
MaHa used Ashe in Game 1 to finish with a 1/1/7 KDA. He was involved in eight of his team's 10 kills. Despite only picking up one kill, MaHa finished with the second highest assist total with seven. In Game 2, MaHa used Caitlyn to earn a 1/0/8 KDA. He had 90 percent kill participation, but again managed only one kill. He was still able to provide plenty of damage despite the one kill, finishing the game with his team's highest assist total and involved in the most kills in Game 2.
Invisible in loss
June 17, 2017
MaHa put up a measly 1/4/4 KDA in MVP's loss against Longzhu Gaming on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
MaHa was largely absent from any of the big moments during this rough loss against Longzhu. While he is technically a carry due to his position, he didn't do any carrying at all in this series. Even with a high-damage champion like Varus, he failed to bring much to the table. This ended up being a big problem for his team since they were left without a real source for winning fights or keeping up with Longzhu. MVP certainly needs to figure something out quick because they are quickly falling down on the LCK totem pole.
No kills against SKT
June 14, 2017
MaHa ended Wednesday's 0-2 loss to SKT with a 0/4/7 KDA in two games as Caitlyn.
ANALYSIS
MaHa was no threat in either game of MVP's one-sided loss to SKT. He finished Game 1 with a 0/1/2 KDA and Game 2 with a 0/3/5 KDA. It was a struggle throughout the series, with his better performance coming in Game 2. Despite having no kills in Game 2, MaHa did pick up an assist on five of MVP's six kills. He never got to a point where he could carry, hurting MVP's chances in the series.
Identical KDA in both games
June 8, 2017
MaHa ended Thursday's sweep to Samsung with a 2/4/6 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
MaHa ended Game 1 with a 1/2/3 KDA as Jhin. He managed only one kill, but was able to pick up three assists utilizing long-range abilities like Deadly Flourish and Curtain Call to chip away at Samsung. It wasn't enough, however, as Samsung took a fairly easy Game 1 win. It was a similar story for MaHa in Game 2 as he ended with a 1/2/3 KDA as Ashe. He was involved in four of his team's five kills, but managed only one for himself. He did use Enchanted Crystal Arrow to help set up picks, but it wasn't enough as Samsung closed out the sweep.
Unkillable in series carrying performance
May 30, 2017
MaHa ended Tuesday's win over JAG with a 16/0/17 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
MaHa was destructive in Tuesday's win over Jin Air, ending with a series-high kill total and no deaths in the three-game series. Even in Game 1's loss he ended with a 4/0/5 KDA, before taking over the series in Game 2 with a 6/0/5 KDA as Xayah. His team set him up for success, focusing on supportive and crowd-control oriented champions. MaHa capped the series off with a 6/0/7 performance on Varus, helping MVP to their first win in the Summer Split.
Threatens to carry, but falls flat
April 11, 2017
MaHa ended Tuesday's sweep to KT with a 11/6/12 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
MaHa finished Game 1 with a 4/3/2 KDA as Ashe. He picked up two kills during an early skirmish in the mid game and an assist picking off Deft. He picked off PawN in the mid game and had a kill and an assist in the second teamfight. Using Ashe again in Game 2, MaHa ended with a 5/3/7 KDA. He picked up an assist during an early 4-vs-3 fight in the bottom lane, an assist during a bottom lane 2-vs-2 and an assist in the first teamfight. He picked up two kills and an assist in the second teamfight, an assist picking off Mata in the mid game and a kill in the fourth teamfight. He grabbed two kills and an assist in the fifth teamfight and his last assist in the final teamfight of the game. Using Jhin in Game 3, MaHa earned a 2/0/3 KDA. He picked up an assist in the first teamfight and his first kill and an assist picking off Smeb twice in the mid game. A kill and an assist in the fourth teamfight were all MaHa could muster as KT ended the game.
Heavy assist total in sweep of Afreeca
April 7, 2017
MaHa ended Friday's win over Afreeca with a 7/4/17 KDA in two games as Varus.
ANALYSIS
MaHa ended Game 1 with a 3/4/8 KDA. He picked off TusiN in the mid game for his first assist and grabbed a kill and an assist during a 2-vs-4 fight in the bottom lane. He picked up a kill and an assist in the first teamfight, a kill and three assists in the sixth teamfight, and three assists in the prolonged final teamfight. In Game 2, MaHa ended with a 4/0/9 KDA. He picked up an assist in the early game taking out Kramer and two assists in the first and second teamfights of the game. He grabbed a kill and two assists in the third teamfight, a kill and an assist in the fourth teamfight, and a kill and two assists in the final teamfight as MVP snowballed to a Game 2 win.
Leaves the carry behind in lopsided loss
April 2, 2017
MaHa posted a 2/8/5 KDA in MVP's 0-2 loss to SKT on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
MaHa never gained much traction in the 0-2 loss to SKT on Saturday. He started off on Varus in Game 1 and had the second overall kill for his team, but it was in one of many lost fights for MVP in the game. Every member of SKT seemed to be on top of their game, which led to MVP's easy demise here. He switched over to Ashe in Game 2 and was even worse. He had no kills in the game as he once again floundered in the bottom lane during the tough loss.
No carry from the ADC
March 30, 2017
MaHa finished up MVP's 0-2 loss to Samsung on Wednesday with a 2/6/4 KDA.
ANALYSIS
MaHa took Kog'Maw into Game 1 but was incredibly bad with the hyper-carry. He was behind in CS to Ruler from the start. While he did get an early assist, Ruler got a kill, which put the Samsung AD carry ahead. As the game progressed, he died more than anything, which is the exact opposite of what you want from your Kog'Maw. He may want to rethink this pick going forward. He went with Lucian in Game 2 and didn't have much of an effect on the game. He did have an early kill in the bottom lane during a quick skirmish in the bottom lane to get first tower for his team, but that was his only kill in the game. There was just not much that he could do at all to get ahead.
Big Game 3 seals series victory
March 23, 2017
Maha put up a KDA of 13/5/25 in MVP's 2-1 win against KT on Wednesday.
ANALYSIS
MaHa was on Varus in all three games, but didn't manage to truly carry until Game 3. He took an early death to Score in Game 1 and was never able to fully recover. Game 2 was more of the same as he seemed unable to come up with an answer for the Lucian he was matched up against. He wasn't without his moments of secondary assisting, but when your support is the one making the massive plays to win games, there is perhaps a problem. MaHa chose the perfect time to come alive as an AD carry in the final game of the series. He was on point with his skillshots from the start of his 6/0/10 performance. With so many members of MVP playing at the top of their game, the 37-minute win was a forgone conclusion.
Serviceable performance in bottom lane
March 18, 2017
MaHa posted a 5/8/22 KDA in MVP's 2-1 win against Jin Air Green Wings on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
MaHa didn't have an incredibly dominant performance in this series against JAG, but he certainly did enough to help his team pick up the win. He started off on Varus on Game 1 and had a pretty subdued performance. He only died one time, but didn't rack up as many kills as Varus players normally do. He got the first blood at the 14-minute mark, though, and he did get a kill to kick off MVP's 3-for-2 teamfight win in the mid lane at 17 minutes. Those fights allowed MVP to slightly edge out JAG in the big win. His Game 2 on Ashe was one to forget, as he never got into much of a groove. He was pushed around majorly in the bottom lane. The bottom lane duo from JAG was much stronger, which left MaHa looking vastly inferior in comparison. He switched over to Ziggs for the final game and was much better. While he was always down in CS, but his impact on the game was much more noticeable than that of Teddy. He didn't have many kills himself, but he did do lots of damage to set up his teammates for kills. He ended up with an 87 percent kill participation in the game, which allowed them to pick up the 2-1 series win.
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