League of Legends LCS Spring Playoff preview: FlyQuest vs. Golden Guardians

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Olleh of Golden Guardians. League of Legends.
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Don’t think the bot lane is a mess just because of the two carries down there, though. Kim “Olleh” Joo-sung for GGS and Juan “JayJ” Guibert for FlyQuest have both been ranked as below average by our support metrics this year.

Olleh, the other piece of the “failed” 2018 Liquid team – now set to face his old teammate Pobelter – has played better this split, though not to his past MVP-level performance his first year with Immortals. While his vision control has been superb, Olleh is also bottom-three in the LCS in terms of deaths per game.

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While damage and gold numbers don’t matter too much to a support, kill participation and deaths do, because fights are so often decided before they even begin with one member (usually the support or jungler) getting picked. As a result, Olleh’s 66.2% kill participation and 26.5% death share – the worst in LCS for supports – indicates that he is costing his team a lot of opportunities due to bad positioning or inadequate vision.

Not to be outdone, however, JayJ has many of these same problems as Olleh. He has a 25.5% death share and 69.8% kill participation himself and is third-worst in terms of deaths per game (Olleh is worst).

One place where he does not match Olleh, however, is getting and controlling vision, as he has a worse vision score per minute than the GGS support. While Olleh tends to get caught out trying to get vision, but JayJ isn’t as good at controlling it, to begin with.