Cody Sun
Li Yu Sun 
100 Thieves
Consistent Jhin performances in wins
March 19, 2018
Cody Sun scored a combined KDA of 7/2/17 in 100 Thieves back-to-back victories against Echo Fox on Sunday.
Cody Sun was at a disadvantage from the draft as Jhin is easily controlled by Caitlyn during the laning phase. However, Cody Sun got multiple ganks to help turn that around through the two games. The early helped paid off in both games as Cody Sun was a top damage dealer for 100 Thieves in both games. While it took over 50 minutes to claim victory in the regular season game, in the tiebreaker, 100 Thieves were able to cut the time nearly in half to finish in under 27 minutes.
Secured lone kill in loss
March 4, 2018
Cody Sun scored a 1/1/0 KDA on Tristana as 100 Thieves picked up a loss against Team Liquid on Saturday.
Cody Sun had a tough matchup in the bottom lane and once its first all-in backfired, there was little hope besides trying to delay and reach the late game. However, 100 Thieves weren't given the chance as Team Liquid quickly rotated the map taking objectives and building an insurmountable gold lead. The lone kill for 100 Thieves was secured by Cody Sun and it came from a greedy dive by Ximithie. 100 Thieves defense crumbled under the split push pressure as its Nexus fell in just over 31 minutes.
Perfect game for 100T ADC
February 26, 2018
Cody Sun went a flawless 9/0/4 in 100 Thieves' Sunday victory over FlyQuest.
aphromoo's Blitzcrank was on fire with the hooks this game, and Cody Sun's Tristana was the primary beneficiary. Starting with a first blood during a gank at the three-minute mark, Cody Sun grabbed kill after kill all throughout the game. As a result, he quickly snowballed into the game's biggest damage threat. He ended the game 9/0/4, going deathless and participating in every one of his team's kills.
Borders on perfection
February 19, 2018
Cody Sun ended 100 Thieves' Sunday win over CLG with a 6/1/9 KDA.
Cody Sun played a nearly immaculate game on Tristana Sunday, which was crucial to his team's victory in such a close contest. He did have a bit of a mishap during an early gank, using his ultimate to nearly save Stixxay's Ezreal and then unnecessarily blowing his Flash in an attempt to secure the kill, but this didn't prove costly. After that, his play was a thing of beauty, as he put out huge DPS in fights while staying relatively safe, and dodging out of abilities successfully when things occasionally got dangerous. His only death came in the last fight of the game, and it didn't cost his team anything at all. Meanwhile, he maintained 100 percent kill participation to end with a 6/1/9 KDA and the most farm in the game at 578.
Timely kills aren't enough for victory
February 18, 2018
Cody Sun went 2/1/2 in 100 Thieves' loss against Echo Fox on Saturday.
On the high-powered Jinx, Cody Sun used the champion well early on to try and give his team an edge. This came in the form of two huge kills that essentially nullified Echo Fox's Baron. The only problem was that 100 Thieves basically had no follow up to that, which allowed Echo Fox to easily bounced back from the deaths and push past 100 Thieves. Cody Sun and company will need to work on closing out and building on leads if they want to prevent sliding even further down in the standings.
Early death sets the tone
February 12, 2018
Cody Sun put up a paltry 0/3/4 KDA in 100 Thieves' loss to the Golden Guardians on Sunday.
Cody Sun pretty much tripped coming out the gate in this game, taking a death just two minutes in at the hands of Deftly. That set the tone for the kind of game that the Guardians wanted to play, and it was one that centered around abusing Cody Sun at every moment. This left the 100 Thieves ADC without a way to gain any momentum whatsoever. He simply died over and over as the Guardians ran away from the game.
Preservers in extended victory over Clutch Gaming
February 5, 2018
Cody Sun earned a 5/2/2 KDA on Tristant during his team's victory on Saturday.
Picking Tristana ended up paying off huge for Cody Sun as the game went extremely late. Although his team fell behind early, Cody Sun was able to easily pick up farm, slowly scaling up. Despite things looking grim, he continued to bide time for the late game, hoping that things would come back into his team's favor. The playstyle paid off, with the rest of his team working around him to ensure his success. Winning a late game teamfight, Cody Sun's huge damage output was enough to send his team over the top, claiming victory in what seemed like a lost game.
Gets no traction in loss
January 28, 2018
Cody Sun went 2/1/2 on Ezreal during 100 Thieves' loss to Cloud9 on Sunday.
Cody Sun never really got a chance to shine in this game. With most of the action taking place up top, 100 Thieves got put down in an early hole from the jump. He was simply never allowed the time to get going at any point, leaving his team without another carry.
Signs with 100 Thieves
December 17, 2017
Cody Sun has been signed by 100 Thieves, the team announced Saturday.
One of the last pieces from the former Immortals squad has finally found a home. While his contract was initially acquired by Team Liquid following the dissolution of the Immortals roster, the team ended up going with Doublelift, which opened the window for Cody Sun to play elsewhere. He now joins Ssumday, Meteos, Ryu, and aphromoo in what could be a strong roster going into 2018. Being paired with one of the best supports in North America can only help Cody Sun continue to grow and rise in the ranks of carries in the NA region.
Contract acquired by Team Liquid
November 18, 2017
Cody Sun has been acquired by Team Liquid, as reported by ESPN's Jacob Wolf.
Cody Sun is one of four former Immortals players that had their contracts acquired by Team Liquid. With Immortals being denied partnership in the newly franchised NA LCS, the players have been in limbo for some time. Cody Sun, in addition to Xmithie, AnDa, and Pobelter, were all acquired by Team Liquid. It's not currently known whether Cody Sun will start, however. With Piglet's contract set to expire this upcoming week, a window of opportunity is certainly there for the ADC to step into the newly available spot.
Strong individual performance not enough
October 13, 2017
Cody Sun put together an impressive 4/1/2 KDA in Immortals' loss to Fnatic on Wednesday at the 2017 World Championship.
Cody Sun did an excellent job laning against Rekkles and even managed to score a stronger KDA by match's end. However, the stats are a bit misleading, as half of the IMT ADC's kills came during the game's final play in which FNC went all in to break the Nexus. He did a great job capitalizing on Tristana's tower pushing ability as he was able to take the game's first tower, and continue the push by taking four of the six towers IMT demolished. He led the game in damage dealt to champions; however, it was not enough to solo carry to victory. The real thorn in his side was the lack of a reliable front line, coupled with the fact that the team's other carry in mid lane underperformed.
Unable to carry for IMT
October 12, 2017
Cody Sun ended Thursday's loss to GAM with a 3/2/0 KDA as Kog'Maw.
Cody Sun tried, but was unable to carry Immortals past the Gigabyte Marines on Thursday. He was involved in three of seven kills, leading IMT with three kills. In an AD-carry-centric meta, Cody Sun has been unable to match carry performances of the top-level marksmen in the tournament.
Fewer kills than his support
October 5, 2017
Cody Sun ended Immortals' Thursday loss to LZ with a 1/2/5 KDA as Varus.
Cody Sun was involved in six of Immortals ten kills in the game, playing well early before falling off. He struggled to pick up kills, managing only one and finishing with one less kill than his support. He did have the second highest assist total in the game, using Chains of Corruption to lock down LZ members and set up kills in the early game.
Can't keep up outside of lane
September 3, 2017
14/12/18 was Cody Sun's overall KDA in IMT's 1-3 loss to TSM on Sunday.
As expected, Cody Sun was completely overshadowed by Doublelift in this series. His laning phases went fine for the most part, but he simply couldn't compare when it came to teamfights. It seemed Cody Sun was consistently either close enough to be caught out by TSM and lose the teamfight for IMT, or too far to be of any use at all. Unable to walk the same knife's edge as his counterpart, Cody Sun simply didn't have sufficient impact, and IMT suffered in late-game fights.
Makes his way to first LCS finals
August 27, 2017
Cody Sun earned a series KDA of 16/6/23 in IMT's 3-0 sweep over IMT.
Playing Kog'Maw in all three games against CLG, Cody Sun was able to successfully display his skill on the champion. He started off with a decent performance, though he struggled for much of the early game. Being focused heavily, he was relegated to only dealing damage in fights when his Bio-Arcane Barrage was off cooldown. As a result, he didn't deal massive amounts of damage, though he dealt enough to secure a Game 1 victory. Game 2 went much better with Cody Sun finding an early lead and never slowing down, picking up kills left and right at every stage of the game, he snowballed his team ahead early and swiftly decimate the enemy team. Going untouched throughout the majority of the game, he easily dominated the enemy team, dominating back-to-back teamfights to secure a convincing victory. Game 3 went even better, picking up an early lead once again and never slowing. Not taking any time to scale, he moved with his team swiftly to pick up a huge lead. In doing so, IMT won back-to-back skirmishes again, closing out the game in under 30 minutes and securing the series sweep in the process.
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