Busan KCC coach Jeon Chang-jin finally gave the players a “thumbs up” with a satisfied look.토토사이트
KCC, led by Jeon, won a 108-99 victory with Heo Woong, who exploded outside shots for two consecutive games against Chung in the “2023-2024 Jeonggwanjang Professional Basketball” at the Sajik Indoor Stadium in Busan on the 29th. KCC, which started its winning streak again, widened the chase of sixth-ranked Hyundai Mobis by one game, and Chung Kwan-jang accepted the losing streak again after two consecutive wins.
At a press conference after the game, Jeon said he was satisfied with everything. “I managed the game comfortably for the first time. Song Kyo-chang played in the 25th minute, and I tried the big lineup, but it turned out better than I thought,” he said. “I also had a good defense rotation. I asked players to concentrate when the score widened by more than 10 points, but it turned out that they felt anything. I am generally satisfied.”
As if he had a lot to praise for his virtually perfect performance, Jeon continued. “Alize Johnson was obedient and focused as he was told, too. Heo Woong also has a good sense of shooting recently.”
Jeon displayed a successful performance by launching a tall lineup in the second quarter. “I like Lee Seung-hyun’s rebound in the tall lineup. It would be great if the tall lineup moves like today,” Jeon said. “In particular, ball handler Choi Jun-yong played a big role. He communicated well and utilized his strengths well. It’s better for Choi to hit fast after the defensive rebound. So Heo Woong also had many chances to shoot.”
Meanwhile, Heo Woong made 10 3-pointers in a single game for the first time in 11 years since Cho Sung-min (coach of the head of the association) in 2013. Coincidentally, Cho’s teacher back then was Jeon. When asked to compare the two, Jeon said with a big smile, “Of course, Woong is prettier now.”