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Asian Games, Basketball Kim Seon-hyung

Asian Games, Medal hopeful Basketball Kim Seon-hyung
“My seniors worked hard to win the gold medal in 2014… I also want to pass this on to my juniors”
Chu Il Seung-ho’s ‘believing corner’ amidst all the negative news… Will it prove its status as the best guard in Asia?
There is more than one negative news accumulating in front of the men's basketball team heading to the Hangzhou Asian Games.
The national team did not participate in the regional preliminary round due to the spread of the novel coronavirus infection (Corona 19) and failed to advance to the finals of the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) World Cup, which opened on the 25th of last month.
Due to safety reasons due to the host country Syria being a travel ban country, they were unable to participate in the pre-qualifying competition for the Paris Olympics, which opened on the 12th of last month, and the possibility of qualifying for next year's Olympics has disappeared. 카지노사이트
This means that the Asian Games is the only large-scale international competition that can be participated until 2027, when the next World Cup is held.
Even though this is the only competition to focus on for several years, the national team has not been able to form the best team.
Lee Hyun-joong (Illawarra) and Yeo Jun-seok (Gonzaga University), who were evaluated as having the best skills among the current forwards, were left out to adapt to their teams.
Korea's leading forwards Oh Se-geun (SK) and Choi Jun-yong (KCC) are also unable to join due to injury or other reasons.
Forward Seong-gon Moon (KT), who will fill their gap, also left the team at the end of last month due to persistent ankle pain.
With a large number of key forward resources around 2m missing, overall practical experience is also very lacking.
Although training in Japan was held with difficulty, practice games have been held with local professional teams in Fukushima and Sendai since the 5th, but they cannot experience the same level of pressure as the national team.
Despite rising concerns, coach Chu Il-seung's 'trustworthy corner' is Kim Seon-hyung (SK), the most valuable player (MVP) in the professional basketball league last season.
Coach Chu classified Kim Seon-hyung as a key resource for the national team from the time leading up to last year's FIBA ​​Asia Cup.
Although he was unable to play in the Asia Cup due to an injury to his left knee, Coach Chu, who prefers forward basketball, needs a guard as technically adept as Kim Sun-hyung.
While the forwards are gradually creating an advantage by gaining momentum and rebounds, there must be a player who can handle the ball freely and make creative plays at critical moments.
Seonhyung Kim was the best guard in professional basketball last season.
Kim Seon-hyung, who broke his own records in both categories by averaging 16.3 points and 6.8 assists in 54 regular league games, reached the peak of his skills by combining athletic ability and technical capabilities, which are considered the best in professional basketball history.
What is encouraging about him is that he showed off the skills he showed off at home without hesitation on the East Asian stage.
Seon-Hyung Kim was also in full swing at the East Asian Super League (EASL) Champions Week, an East Asian club competition held in Japan last March.
In particular, in the match against the Chinese team Bay Area, he scored 22 points and 7 assists against guard Myles Powell from the G League, a lower league of the National Basketball Association (NBA), leading to a dramatic comeback that overturned the 18-point disadvantage.
It is highly likely that Kim Seon-hyung will receive more duties than a simple ‘field commander’ in this competition.
Since players who can be called 'main guns' are missing, there may come a situation where you have to attack directly and even score a goal.
Kim Sun-hyung proved his fierce offensive ability on the most important stage last season.
Although he was overshadowed by the runner-up finish, looking only at his personal records, Kim Seon-hyung was the best player in the championship game of the 2022-2023 season.
Kim Sun-hyung, who averaged 18.3 points and 8.6 assists in 7 games, exploded with 37 points and 10 assists in the fateful 7th game, leading Seoul SK to the brink of victory.
For Kim Seon-hyung, this tournament is also an opportunity to show off his prominence as Asia's top player.
Filipino players, who played professional basketball for the first time last season under the Asian quota system, met with reporters on the field during the regular season and expressed their respect for Kim Sun-hyung, saying they were deeply impressed by him.
As such, there is no room for disagreement regarding its domestic status.
However, Kim Seon-hyung has not been given the opportunity to show this on the international stage recently.
I was unable to play in last year's Asia Cup due to an injury, and I had to watch this year's Basketball World Cup from afar.
Meanwhile, Lebanon's Wael Arazi and Japan's Yuki Kawamura showed off their skills against European teams at the World Cup, raising their stock prices.
Kim Seon-hyung is already a gold medalist at the Asian Games.
He won a gold medal as a member of the national team led by coach Yoo Jae-hak at the 2014 Incheon Games held at home.
However, the guard who was at the center of the national team at the time was Yang Dong-geun, the current coach of Ulsan Hyundai Mobis.
Even in the final match against Iran, Kim Sun-hyung watched his ‘brothers’ playing from the bench with anxiety.
Kim Seon-hyung, who has reached the peak of his skills at the age of 35 and is in his 12th year as a professional, must now fulfill the role of coach Yang from 9 years ago.
He feels a sense of responsibility as he received military service benefits for winning at the time.
At the launching ceremony for the national team for the Asian Games sponsored by SKT on the 30th of last month, Kim Seon-hyung said, "My seniors worked really hard when I won the gold medal in 2014.
Now, I am the most senior.
I want to pass on the same military service benefits I received to my juniors. said.


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