“It’s the first time I’ve ever had a ranking fight like this in my entire career.”
Even Busan BNK coach Park Jeong-eun, who was called a ‘legend’ as a player, was unfamiliar with the fight for second place this season. It is literally a race to the end.
BNK will face off against Asan Woori Bank in the 2022-23 regular women’s basketball league at Asan Yi Sun-shin Gymnasium on the 22nd. The circumstances of Woori Bank and BNK are quite different. Woori Bank has already confirmed the championship in the regular league, but BNK continues to fight for second place with Yongin Samsung Life Insurance and Incheon Shinhan Bank. It is also a matter of deciding whether to meet Woori Bank, the ‘strongest’, from the first game of the playoffs. 카지노
Head coach Park Jeong-eun said, “There was a crisis while running the season, and this situation came until the end.” He said to the players, “If you can’t avoid it, let’s enjoy it.” Let’s run well,’ he said.
Coach Park Jeong-eun is a legend of women’s basketball who played for 19 years at Samsung Life Insurance in Yongin. Although his coaching career was not long, he was a veteran like no other during his playing days. Even for him, fighting for rankings this season is something he has never experienced.
Coach Park said, “Even when I was a player, I had never fought for rankings like this before. The last one or two rounds were more like rounds to adjust my condition.” It’s the first time overall,” he recalled.
It is, of course, the veteran Kim Han-byeol that determines the rest of BNK’s regular season schedule. After returning from an injury in the last game, he must lead the team by keeping under the goal. Coach Park said, “Hanbyul isn’t 100% yet. Still, he played a good role in catching the players in the last game.”
BNK now has 4 games left. One game is more than the other teams. Coach Park said, “Our players are more rhythmic in close games than long terms. I think they will be able to ride the rhythm well by bringing a good flow in Changwon. I think the two games this week will be a turning point. For the players, I think it might be an important watershed.”