Park Jong-ha, who felt the weight of the Taegeuk mark, “It was a valuable experience before graduation, it was an honor”

Park Jong-ha (187cm, G), who returned with the Taegeuk mark, contributed to the team’s victory by showing a further growth.토토사이트

Park Jong-ha led Sungkyunkwan University to victory 67-46 in the 2023 KUSF College Basketball U-League match against Sangmyung University held at the Cheonan Campus Gymnasium on the 26th.

Park Jong-ha recorded 8 points, 2 rebounds and 3 assists in 32 minutes and 52 seconds. He didn’t stand out in the record part, but he led the team by showing confidence every time he stepped on the court.

Park Jong-ha said, “I joined the team after a long time, so I played the game without being able to practice properly. That’s why he had some creaky parts, but it still feels good to win,” he said of his victory.

Regarding the part where his hands and feet do not match, “Both offense and defense did not match well. The coach emphasized the part where we press hard from the beginning of the game and connect with a quick attack, but it doesn’t seem to have worked out. And not only me, but all the players were a little complacent, so it seems that it didn’t work out overall.”

On this day, many players from Sungkyunkwan University stepped on the court while being given time to play. Kang Seong-wook and Kim Yun-seong, who were usually the main players of the team, played less than 25 minutes. Instead, other players played a lot of time and showed good appearance.

Regarding this, Park Jong-ha said, “From the next game, there will be no (Kang) Seong-wook and (Kim) Yun-seong because the U19 national team is selected. You have to play the game without both. It seems that the director rotated and operated in order to prepare for such a part.”

Park Jong-ha was selected for the recent Korea-Japan University Basketball Tournament and played with the Taegeuk mark. It must have been a unique experience for him as it was the first Taegeuk mark on his chest.

Park Jong-ha said, “I was so honored to be wearing the Taegeuk mark for the first time since I started playing basketball. It was meaningful to him that he could gain valuable experience one last time before graduation. He has gained a lot from going to the tournament, so I want to melt it into me and help the team,” he said.

He continued, “As the best players from each university gathered, I was able to identify and learn the strengths of the players. And he learned a new basketball from a new manager. Even if you go pro, you have to adapt to the new basketball, but I think I did training to adapt in advance.”

Finally, “We are very disappointed with our current ranking. Still, with the determination to win all the remaining 4 games, I will try to rise to the top again.”

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