‘Becoming House’ SK… can do anything

Professional basketball Seoul SK showed the standard of ‘gum basketball’ by winning the first round of the playoffs (PO) in the sixth round despite last season’s regular league MVP Choi Jun-yong missing due to injury.

The combination play of Seonhyung Kim and center Jamil Werney, who transformed into a ball handler this season, blew fire, and even Jae-Hyun Oh started a surprise scoring shot. Coach Jeon Hee-cheol is already drawing a big picture after the PO of the 6th round with increasingly organized movements.

SK won a landslide victory by 16 points in the first leg of the round of 6 against Jeonju KCC held at home on the 3rd. It was a more welcome victory in that it was a victory achieved while Choi Jun-yong was sidelined due to a left heel injury.

Coach Jeon revealed that he decided to hold the 6th PO without Choi Jun-yong. Coach Jeon explained, “Choi Jun-yong still has a bruise on his heel.” The plan is to cherish Choi Jun-yong and then use it in the semifinal PO or championship match. 카지노사이트

Previously, at the end of the regular season, SK had been on a winning streak, with other players filling the void well despite Choi Jun-yong’s frequent absence. SK, which stayed in the mid-lower ranks at the beginning of this season, won all 9 games in the 6th round and climbed up to 3rd place.

Coach Jeon picked Choi Boo-gyeong as a player who led the team well despite the absence of Choi Jun-yong. Choi Boo-kyung helped Warney from under the goal, averaging 7.2 points and 5.0 rebounds this season. In this game, he performed better than in the regular league with 12 points and 9 rebounds. Coach Jeon said, “Choi Boo-gyeong is in good form now, and the movement among the players is well established.”

Coach Jeon said that he would consider Choi Boo-kyung’s stamina as he decided to use Choi Jun-yong after the PO in the sixth round. In order to achieve good results in PO, unexpected players are also needed. In the game that day, even Oh Jae-hyun’s scorer fired fire. Oh Jae-hyeon tried 5 3-pointers that day, making 3 of them and scoring 17 points. Oh Jae-hyun, who was mainly put in to defend the opponent’s main scorer, averaged only 0.9 3-pointers and 6.6 points in the regular league. SK, which is on a winning streak even without Choi Jun-yong, invites KCC back to its home on the 5th to play the second leg of the round of 6 PO.

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