LG is on the rise with 5 consecutive wins. A delightful tug-of-war between LG coach Cho Sang-hyun, a former shooter, and his student Lee Kwan-hee regarding defensive philosophy continues.
LG won its 5th consecutive win by winning the 2023-2024 Cheong Kwan Jang Professional Basketball Home Game against Gas Corporation held at the Changwon Indoor Gymnasium on the 19th. 카지노사이트
They are playing a stable game based on superior offense and defense balance.
In particular, LG coach Cho Sang-hyun is a leader who accumulates wins by blocking the opponent’s spearhead with detailed defensive tactics.
Rather than a victory achieved by one or two exceptional players, we pursue a victory achieved through the organic movement of five people.
Coach Cho is also implanting defensive DNA into LG’s veteran shooting guard Lee Kwan-hee.
Lee Kwan-hee has a flashy style, but he is improving his understanding of defense after meeting Coach Cho. However, the stress on defense is unavoidable.
Coach Cho said, “(Lee) Kwan-hee is good at following defense. However, we also need to play good defense as a team, including the timing of assist defense,” he said.
Kwanhee, who was stressed about defense, said, ‘Coach, wasn’t he bad at defense when he was a player?’ “So I replied, ‘I hope you play good defense because I did that,’” he said, laughing.
One more word was needed to make Lee Kwan-hee understand. Coach Cho smiled, saying
Kwanhee kept talking about my defense during my active years, so I said, ‘Then, if you score 20 points, I won’t say anything if you don’t play defense.
Kwanhee agreed, saying, ‘That’s right.’”
Coach Cho’s average 3-point success rate in his 14 professional seasons was 38.3%. While playing for SK in the 2000-2001 season
his average points per game was 20.6. In the 2005-2006 season, he made 3.1 3-pointers per game.
He also recorded a 40% three-point shooting success rate for four consecutive seasons from the 2006-2007 season when he played for LG to the 2009-2010 season. As Lee Kwan-hee is a senior shooter and respects Coach Cho
he had no choice but to reply ‘Yes, I understand’ to Coach Cho’s statement of 20 points.