Busan KCC coach Jeon Chang-jin, who won a valuable victory in the second overtime against Daegu Korea Gas Corporation on the 12th, said in an interview immediately after the game, “It’s hard to win one game. How do other teams win five or six in a row…” and spat out a sigh.
“Regardless of the content of the game, we’re always a little bit lacking in grit, and we’re not able to extend the game to the end, but today we had a good attitude to try to play until the second overtime,” 스포츠토토 Jeon said, “I want to praise that part.”
Despite the victory, Jeon lamented that “we played a lot of switch defense because our one-on-one defense was weak, and it worked well in the first half, but it faded in the second half.” “There should be an advantage in the game record, but there was no such thing,” he said.
“We gave up a lot of offensive rebounds, and we made some defensive changes to their moves, but we couldn’t finish, so it’s disappointing that we only finished in the middle,” he added.
KCC‘s Heo Woong, who finished with 16 points, including five three-pointers, said, “It was difficult to get to the second overtime, but I’m very happy with the win.” He added, “I want to give a lot of importance to the team’s defense and the fact that we worked hard today and showed that the players are united.”
With the win, KCC moved up to seventh place with a 7-9 record. KCC will play two more games at home after the game against Korea Gas Corporation. They will host Wonju DB on the 15th and Goyang Sono on the 17th to continue their winning streak at home.