Park Ji-hyeon (22, 183cm) broke the team’s losing streak by tying for the most points in the season (24 points). The affiliated team, Woori Bank, became the magic number ‘2’ to win the regular season.
Asan Woori Bank’s Park Ji-hyun started in the 5th round of the Shinhan Bank SOL 2022-2023 Women’s Professional Basketball regular league against Cheongju KB Stars held at Asan Yi Sun-shin Gymnasium on the 5th, recording a double-double with 24 points and 16 rebounds, and the team won ( 69-59).
Park Ji-hyun said, “Both her team performance and her individual performance are declining. The players came out after talking among themselves that ‘there is no team that can easily win with this kind of performance’.”
Park Ji-hyun missed the Samsung Life Insurance match on the 2nd due to ankle pain. Could it be because she was not there as an axis of her team’s offensive power? Even with the lineup that Shinhan Bank coach Guna Dan praised as a ‘national team’, Woori Bank received a bitter report card of the first consecutive loss of the season.
Park Ji-hyun said, “After going pro, I haven’t seen any games off the court. Obviously, the look of the players I see when playing outside and on the court is different. Looking at my older sisters, I thought about what would be lacking if I was left out of the team, and what role I should go back to,” he recalled at the time of the absence. 바카라
He continued, “Today (5th), the game attitude was different. I thought a lot about how to play. I focused exclusively on the basics and rebounding. I tried to carry that thought with me throughout the game. Because I am not a player who competes for records. In the meantime, there was a lack of active play. It seems that the game went better than usual, and it was shown that I played the game proactively.”
Woori Bank, which had been hesitant, came one step closer to winning the regular league. For the rest of the season, it would be good to pay attention to Park Ji-hyun’s performance, whom coach Seong-Woo Seong-woo praised as “League top if you play (play) this much.”