Monroe, who was also conscious of coach Jeon Hee-chul, “I was going to change the defense…”

“It’s my mistake.”

It was the worst defeat for Seoul SK.

SK lost 77-86 to Anyang KGC Ginseng Corporation in Game 6 of the professional basketball championship held on the 5th. The victory was right around the corner, but I missed it.

SK coach Jeon Hee-chul, who came into the interview room after the game, said, “It’s my fault that the 15-point lead was reversed. The players played well, but I made a mistake in the 4th quarter. Overall, the players showed a difficult appearance. They failed to control their stamina. Our offensive power It dropped sharply, but it was my mistake.”

In the meantime, he mentioned Daryl Monroe, a KGC foreign player. “Honestly, when Monroe came out, I thought about going man-to-man (defense). I thought it would be okay to give up two or so, and as a result, I didn’t change the defense, which was a regrettable choice. The players’ pulse was relaxed, and I passed on the atmosphere at that time,” he said back. I saw.

It happened really quickly. Just about a minute before the end of the third quarter, SK led 67-52. KGC couldn’t break SK’s drop zone defense at all. Coach Jeon Hee-cheol raised his fist at the end of the third quarter and was confident of victory먹튀검증.

However, KGC turned the game around 72-69 after making it 20-2 in less than 7 minutes. It was a huge backlash that came out of the situation where the ground series ended. Oh Se-geun, the 11th year of his professional debut, looked back at it as “a match of the past.”

In the center is Monroe. In the last minute of the third quarter, Monroe smashed SK’s drop zone defense. He caught the ball at the high post and passed a kill pass to Oh Se-geun, who went under the goal. He showed the standard of breaking the local defense.

Not only that. He persistently won offensive rebounds, a weakness in regional defense. The 3-point shot he succeeded at the end of the 4th quarter was virtually the end of a come-from-behind victory.

16 points and 6 rebounds in 17 minutes. Yatoo made six attempts with a 100% success rate.

Even before the game, coach Jeon Hee-chul was wary of KGC attacks starting from Monroe. “When Monroe comes in, KGC players cut in the backdoor and score well with easy no-mark layups. We don’t enjoy that kind of play, and we don’t do well. You shouldn’t give KGC this kind of score. “It’s on a different level. It’s been happening all the time, so I paid special attention to this to the players.”

Due to one Monroe, SK’s irregular defense, which had enjoyed so far, was dismantled. KGC coach Kim Sang-sik foretold Monroe’s moderation in Game 7.

Monroe is no longer a second option foreign player following Omari Spellman. Coach Kim Sang-sik also said that he would not limit Monroe’s playing time. KGC’s real hidden weapon is now coming to light.

Leave Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *