Director Kim Wan-soo of ‘PO Elimination’ “I’m sorry to the fans, please finish like a professional until the end”
Cheongju KB Stars was defeated by 토토사이트 Incheon Shinhan Bank. With this loss, elimination from the playoffs was confirmed. A difficult game was expected as many of the key players were missing, and it actually was. Director Kim Wan-soo (46) expressed regret.
KB suffered a 55-68 defeat in the sixth round of the Shinhan Bank SOL 2022-2023 women’s professional basketball regular league held at the Cheongju Gymnasium on the 17th. I played a game that was dragged from beginning to end, and I lowered my head.
With this loss, KB never received an invitation to spring basketball. 1st place was confirmed by Woori Bank, Samsung Life Insurance and Shinhan Bank tied for 2nd place, and BNK ranked 4th. So far, 4 teams are making the playoffs.
From the first quarter, it went difficult, being pushed to 10-25. He exerted his strength in the second half, but narrowed it down to 11 points. that did not cross the hurdle. The result is defeat. It was a day when the key players felt the void left in large numbers.
After the game, coach Kim said, “In the first quarter, our players lost their concentration and the score spread. I think it went all the way. As I was pushed back in the rebound battle, I continued to give chances. Fortunately, I found the pace in the second half. The score was too big,” he said.
“Today, (Lee) Hye-joo and other young players tried using it. I think we need to inculcate how he plays on the court. I think she should give her older sisters a sense of responsibility. One home game left. I am especially sorry to the fans who always look for me.”
In addition, “I am sorry that I have to show a better game and play a game where healthy players go out and win. I don’t want to show you this, but it just kept going like this. The season is not completely over, so I hope the players will finish well until the end like a professional.”
Regarding the management of the remaining games, “It will be focused on young players, but Heo Ye-eun, Sim Seong-young, and Choi Hee-jin should take the center. When all the young players enter, it can be a mess. The seniors have to catch it,” he pointed out.
“I want young players to develop when the opportunity comes. Next season, the player base will be even thicker. I try to use young players as much as possible. You can enter at any time, so I will make sure you are prepared.”