‘Master of Reversals’ SK Director Jeon Hee-cheol “I thought it would be really difficult today…”

April 8, 2023 0 Comments

“Honestly, I thought today would be really difficult…”

Coach Jeon Hee-cheol of Seoul SK, a professional basketball team called the ‘master of reversals’, gave his tongue to the players’ ‘chase show’ after confirming the playoffs (PO) in the semifinals.

SK defeated Jeonju KCC 77-72 in the 2022-2023 SKT Adot Professional Basketball Round 6 PO 3rd away game held at Jeonju Gymnasium on the 7th.

SK, which overcame a 15-point gap in the second game and won the victory after an extended bloody struggle, used a reverse electrode to catch up with 16 points that day.

SK, who was hit by Heo Woong’s 4th 3 points within 1 minute of the start of the 3rd quarter, struggled throughout the first half, drawing 36-52.

In particular, main gun Warney attempted 13 shots in the first half and missed 10, and Laguna and Dion Thompson’s defense was sluggish, and they could not find a way to attack.

Coach Jeon looked back on the first half in a broadcast interview after the game and said, “I don’t know why today… I wonder if it was to make the fans have fun…” and smiled broadly.

He said, “I told the players that they had to adapt to the heat of Jeonju fans and the heat of basketball, but it seemed that they were pushed back in the beginning.”

SK showed a different look in the second half. When he got a rebound to implement his long-term ‘fast basketball’, he immediately ran to the opponent’s court, putting a physical burden on the KCC players.

In the second half, Kim Seon-hyung, who tried to make a quick attack on almost every attack, continued to increase the attack speed, and eventually Warney came to life.

As SK rushed in quickly, KCC could not find time to organize the defense, and the space for Warney to attack began to widen. 안전놀이터

Warney, who did not miss this gap, led the reversal by scoring 23 points in the second half. He poured in 12 points as he overcame Thompson’s defense, especially in the 4th quarter, which was a critical moment.

Coach Jeon said, “Today, the players were really great. In the second game, we overturned a 15-point gap and won, but I honestly thought it would be really difficult today.”

He praised them, saying, “They showed the way they were chasing after each other. (Until the end of the game) They all played differently when there were 10 minutes left and 20 minutes left. Even though they are players on our team, as a manager, they seem like great players.”

Kim Seon-hyung, who wrote a reverse play on the court as a field commander, looked back, saying, “It was a game that the coach would think was a ‘sneak camera.’

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