‘The best moment’ KGC director Kim Sang-sik shed tears “I’m so thrilled”

May 7, 2023 0 Comments

Coach Kim Sang-sik, who led Anyang KGC to the top after an extended bloody battle in the final 7th game of the professional basketball championship match, became a ‘crybaby’. He laughed, saying, “I don’t normally have tears, but I was so moved that tears flowed.”

KGC, led by coach Kim Sang-shik, beat SK 100-97 in the final 7th game of the 2022-23 SKT A-Dot Professional Basketball Championship held at Anyang Indoor Gymnasium, Gyeonggi-do on the 7th.

KGC, who faced 91-91 until regular time, scored both free throws 31 seconds before the end of overtime by Oh Se-geun to put a wedge in the game.

In a situation where they were driven to 2 wins and 3 losses, KGC, which dramatically won Game 6 and led the match to Game 7, eventually rose to the top and completely paid off the debt it owed to SK in the previous season’s championship game. In addition, after 1st place in the regular league wire-to-wire, he achieved a combined championship and won his 4th championship in his career.

Head coach Kim Sang-sik, who took over the leadership of KGC ahead of this season, was recognized for his leadership by giving KGC a championship cup from the first season.

After winning the championship, coach Kim said, “I’m so thrilled.” He expressed his feelings.

Coach Kim, who had previously not had great success as a commanding tower on the professional stage, took off the label of ‘misfortunate leader’.

He said, “In the meantime, the process of taking care of the team as acting coach has been repeated. After I put down the baton of the national team, I had time to clean up in Jeju Island, and I was really grateful that KGC club gave me the opportunity. Lastly, I worked with the determination to burn everything. “I’ve come this far. I feel so good. I want to thank the club and all the players.” 바카라사이트

Until the start of the season, no experts considered KGC as a candidate for the championship. The 10 club command towers also pointed to SK and Suwon KT, not KGC, as strong candidates for the championship. However, coach Kim Sang-sik had the best season by uniting the team with his gentle leadership.

Manager Kim Sang-sik said, “Honestly, I had a lot of worries about this season. Our team was evaluated as a mid-tier team after former coach Kim Seung-gi and Jeon Seong-hyun left.” I did, and I gained confidence by winning 8 wins and 1 loss in the first half.”

“There was a crisis during the regular season, but I had a lot of conversations with the players and encouraged them to say, ‘We can overcome it.’ It doesn’t seem like a seat,” he exhaled.

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