KB Coach Kim Wan-soo, Won the Women’s Basketball Regular League

KB Coach Kim Wan-soo, Who Won the Women’s Basketball Regular League, Said, “I am Confident About the PO of the Semifinals”

Coach Kim Wan-soo, who led women’s professional basketball Cheongju KB to the regular season championship, did not hide his will to win the championship, saying, “I am confident no matter who our opponent in the semifinal playoffs (PO) will be.”

KB won 68-60 in the home game against Busan BNK in the Woori Bank Woori WON 2023-2024 Women’s Professional Basketball Regular League held at Cheongju Gymnasium in North Chungcheong Province on the 14th.

KB, which recently confirmed the regular league championship with a strong momentum of 13 consecutive wins, returned to the regular league throne after two years following the 2021-2022 season. 파워볼

Coach Kim Wan-soo, who opened fire for the second regular season in the three seasons since taking office, said, “I want to focus on the work left to be done rather than the joy of the present,” and added, “It must have been difficult for the players, but I am proud and grateful for overcoming it well.”

Coach Kim Wan-soo said, “Last year, the team’s performance was not good, so we started preparing for the season on April 7th.

Although it was a long off-season, the players persevered well without leaving anyone behind, and the club also provided good support so that we could focus only on training and games.”

The driving force behind winning was pointed out.

Coach Kim Wan-soo, who achieved a combined championship after taking first place in the regular league in the 2021-2022 season, his first season in office, remained in 5th place last season due to the bad news that Park Ji-soo, the team’s center, appeared in only 9 out of 30 regular league games.

Coach Kim Wan-soo confessed, “We won the championship without knowing it in the first year, but once we experienced difficulties, we were moved to tears because we remembered the hardships the players went through during that time.”

Heo Ye-eun, who played as a guard on the winning team, also remembered the date, “April 7th was the day I started training last year,” and looked back on the difficult off-season, saying, “I thought the season would never come.”

Although KB is flying high with 24 wins and 2 losses this season, coach Kim Wan-soo said, “Those two losses were the turning point.”

He added, “The team could have faltered, but each time, captain Yoon-ah Yeom kept the balance well, so defeat was not poison but medicine.

“It was possible,” he said, praising the captain’s dedication.

Coach Kim, who will face the 4th place team in the semifinal playoffs starting on March 9, said, “I am confident no matter who my opponent is,” and added, “No matter which team I play, I will highlight my strengths as much as possible and hide my weaknesses as much as possible.” said.

The teams currently competing for fourth place are Bucheon Hana One Q and Incheon Shinhan Bank.