If Park Ji-soo survives, KB can be passed on” WKBL semifinal map also ‘in the fog’

Cheongju KB Stars, the overwhelming champion of women’s professional basketball (WKBL) in the 2021-22 season, is in a somewhat stagnant situation this season. However, with the return of ‘MVP’ center Park Ji-soo (25), he became the target of the opposing team’s check again. 메이저사이트

Guna Dan (41), Incheon Shinhan Bank manager, mentioned KB and Park Ji-soo ahead of the 2022-2023 Shinhan Bank SOL Women’s Professional Basketball Busan BNK away game held at the Sajik Indoor Gymnasium in Busan on the 27th.

Coach Koo said, “I think KB can win all the remaining 10 games,” and “(Park) Ji-soo can’t beat that team if only his senses survive.” He then asserted, “If the index rises to full, even Woori Bank cannot stop it.” Regarding the 84-79 victory over KB on the 25th of last month, he asked back, “Isn’t Park Ji-soo not 100%?”

As of the day before the game, KB recorded a season win rate of 0.350 (7 wins, 13 losses) and was in 5th place, just below the playoff ticket. It is a 3.5 game gap from Shinhan Bank in 4th place, and it is a figure that can be reversed sufficiently with 10 games remaining.

Considering the early stages of the season, KB’s progress is surprising. KB finished the first and second rounds with 1 win and 4 losses, and seemed to be moving away from spring basketball. Corona 19 infection in the team and Kang Iseul (29, forward)’s back pain overlapped and had a difficult time.

However, no matter what, Park Ji-soo’s vacancy was the biggest cause. He missed the start of the season due to panic attacks. In Ace’s void, KB couldn’t beat and was heading to the floor.

Park Ji-soo, who lost a month and a half, started operating on the 17th of last month against Hanawon Q in Bucheon. He played in 7 games of the season until the 27th and is recording 12.7 points, 8.1 rebounds and 2.0 assists while playing for an average of 22 minutes and 14 seconds. It is not his usual appearance, but he showed hope by scoring 30 points in the match against Shinhan Bank on the 25th of last month.

When Park Ji-soo returned, KB also changed. The team, which was 2-11 (0.154 win rate) before his return, is doing well with 5 wins and 2 losses (0.714 win rate). In particular, they are fiercely chasing for the 4th place with their recent 3 wins in a row. As a result, competing teams are also sending a check.

KB achieved an overwhelming combined victory last season with a win rate of 80% (0.833). Park Ji-soo also won 7 crowns, including unanimous MVP, with an average of 21.2 points and 14.4 rebounds.

Although they struggled due to line injuries in the early stages, the ‘defending champion’, now fully equipped, is gradually returning to last year’s form.

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