Kim Sang-shik, KGC coach, “had the will to win” … KCC coach Jeon Chang-jin said, “We lost, but it’s a game we can’t talk about.”

After a close match, KGC won the match.

Anyang KGC met Jeonju KCC in the 2022-2023 SKT A-Dot professional basketball regular season game held at Jeonju Indoor Gymnasium on the 31st and won 83-81.

KGC clearly set the mood in the first quarter. Because Omari Spellman was strong in karate. He scored 14 points alone. And it completely sealed Laguna. As a result, the first quarter ended with a score of 30-14. But the second quarter was a problem. I couldn’t control Ronde Hollis Jefferson. He allowed 15 points in the second quarter alone. In addition, they conceded one after another in the second half of the quarter, and were chased by 45-43.

And in the second half, he could not control Jefferson and allowed a turnaround. However, Bae Byung-jun was the main character. 42 seconds before the end of the game, a 3-point shot made it 80-81. In addition, he even recorded an important steal, which led to Byun Jun-hyung’s fast break. It was the goal that decided the game. KGC, who succeeded in the last defense after that, won the game.

KGC coach Kim Sang-shik, whom we met after the game, said, “Every game is difficult, (laughs) It must have been difficult, but I had the will to win. There were four points at the end, but I showed my will and won,” he began the interview.

He continued, “Even with a 4-point difference, there were no special instructions, and the atmosphere to do it until the end was good. So it turned around,” he added.

Continued “Even if we lose these days, we win with concentration. I think good. Still, I hope you do well from the start. (Laughter) I think we need to 메이저사이트 prepare the players to keep them average.”

Spellman played a game that washed away the sluggishness of the last game. He alone drove in 34 points. In response, coach Kim said, “Before the game, I thought Spell Man would do well, but he did very well. He conceded points to Jefferson on defense, but he actively did well on the rebound.”

Meanwhile, KCC only scored 14 points in the first quarter due to a series of failed attacks. On defense, Spellman was completely pushed back, allowing 12 points. But Jefferson changed the mood. Jefferson, who came in midway through the second quarter, scored 15 points in six minutes. Thanks to Jefferson’s performance, KCC narrowed the score gap. The first half ended 43-45.

And KCC succeeded in reversing. Jefferson’s role was the biggest. Midway through the third quarter, he single-handedly put up six straight points, giving his team the lead. In the 4th quarter, Jefferson’s performance kept KCC in the lead. 

However, it was disappointing to concentrate on the match. Bae Byeong-jun allowed a 3-point shot. And in the subsequent attack, Jefferson made a mistake, which led to Byun Jun-hyung’s fast break. A final attack was attempted, but failed. lost unfortunately

KCC coach Jeon Chang-jin, who we met after the game, said, “Seung-un didn’t follow. One of the opponent’s three-point shots went in and we didn’t. Still, it was a hard-fought game. Although we lost, it was a game that we couldn’t say anything about,” he said overall.

And “It was Jefferson’s explosive scoring power. Jung Chang-young also did a lot of dirty work. It seems to be the difference between shooting from the real outskirts. I had the last two options, but it’s a pity that they failed.”

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