Byun Jun-hyung, a guard who knows ‘when to do it and when not to do it’ “I can afford it…Find a strategy”

“What I really want to praise is that now I can distinguish ‘when I do’ and ‘when I don’t.”

Kim Sang-shik, coach of Anyang KGC Ginseng Corporation, a leader in professional basketball, praised Byun Jun-hyeong for growing into a player토토사이트 with the ability to manage the game.

After winning 80-70 in the regular league home game against Wonju DB held at Anyang Gymnasium in Gyeonggi-do on the 9th, coach Kim was satisfied, saying to reporters, “There are really many things to praise for Byun Jun-hyung these days.”

Byun Jun-hyung, who showed off his offensive power by posting 21 points, also helped his teammates by recording 7 assists.

Director Kim said, “Byeon Jun-hyung is a player with a strong tendency to attack.”

He continued, “The technical part is also excellent, but I think it has improved compared to before, especially in terms of operational ability. I think it will get better in the future.”

Byun Jun-hyung is considered the best ‘technician’ in professional basketball.

He has good breakthrough ability and has brilliant dribbling skills, so he often creates scenes where he beats opponents in one-on-one attacks.

Byun Jun-hyung, who is also the representative runner of ‘offensive guard’, but doubts have been attached to his ability to manage the overall game.

Byun Jun-hyung, who heard of director Kim’s favorable reviews for his management skills, said, “

“The team members are all good.

He continued, “I trained with a focus on shooting practice. I think I’ve been able to see the opportunities of my fellow players better by using the skills I have equipped.”

Byun Jun-hyeong is evaluated to grow into a top-notch guard in the league both in name and reality, such as being selected as the MVP in the second round of this season.

He is recording 14.4 points and 5.1 assists in 40 games, and among the players registered as guards in the KBL, only Kim Seon-hyung (15.3 points, 6.1 assists) of Seoul SK is ahead of Byun Jun-hyung in both categories this season.

Byun Jun-hyung said, “Omari Spellman attacked from the outside, and it became easier for me to attack the opponent’s goal. Spellman is pulling the opponent’s foreign player out.”

At the same time, he said, “I think I’ve found a strategy (for the opponent’s defense) this season,” and “I practiced personal skills such as mid-range shots and floaters. Based on this, I’m trying to easily release a two-on-two attack.”

Thanks to Byun Jun-hyung’s performance, the team is leading the way with 29 wins and 11 losses.

Byun Jun-hyeong, looking at the playoffs (PO) beyond the regular league, said with strength, “If Spellman is in good condition now, I think he can win against anyone. All teams and matches are worth a try.”

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