Ahead of the new season, many middle and high school teams are in the midst of strengthening their strength through the Stove League held in each region.
High school boys and girls are conducting practice games that combine winter training in Gyeongju, North Gyeongsang Province and Jeju Island.
This season, with the first competition of the season scheduled in Haenam in March, in the jump ball, we met the players who are expected to be active on behalf of each school in the south high school this season.
In some cases, from a player who was selected for the national team by displaying excellent skills at an early age, he steadily improved his skills and steadily grew into a player who represents the team.
I hope you will keep an eye on what they will look like in the new season.
The first protagonist is Kangwon Sadaebu High School Lee Tae-woo (183cm, G, F).
Last season, Lee Tae-woo mainly appeared on the court as a sixth man. His performance was uneven due to lack of playing time, but he quietly did his part in many ways, recording 7.6 points, 4.7 rebounds and 5.5 assists in 14 games.
Lee Tae-woo, who has an excellent eye for reading the game, is called an icon of sincerity within the team.
Coach Jung Byeong-ho of Gangwon Sadaebu High School said, “He has excellent dribbling skills and is a player who reads and plays basketball. He’s good at the tempo basket and puts in a lot of effort. However, he lacks the weight ability,” he said, referring to Lee Tae-woo’s strengths and weaknesses. 메이저사이트
He said, “I want to make it the best guard in high school. The team’s power is weak, but the ability he has is very good, so I expect him to show good performance.” He did not hide his expectations for Lee Tae-woo.
Lee Tae-woo, the only senior in the team, said, “In the morning, I am training my physical strength through circuit training, and in the afternoon, I am keeping my hands and feet in sync through team training. He is practicing shooting at night. He told the process of preparation for the season, saying, “Recently, he is paying attention to the early offense and defense while playing practice games with university teams and matching hands and feet with freshmen.”
He continued, “He focuses on game management and early offense, and allows his teammates to move through pass play. He added, “I am the only third-year student on the team, so I am in charge of raising morale and boosting confidence and morale for the juniors.”
Since the team’s power was weak, it was always far from reaching the finals, so Lee Tae-woo set his goal this season to advance to the round of 16. He said, “He is aiming for the round of 16 or higher by working well with his teammates. If the team goes above that, (personally) I want to aim for the assist award.”