Kim Sang-rok dominated the game to lead Jeonju to victory.
Jeonju sophomore Kim Sang-rok finished with 32 points, two rebounds, and four assists against Songdo-go in the South High School Group B preliminary round of the 2023 Korean Basketball Weekend League Wangjung Wangjeon on Sunday at the Yanggu-gun Culture and Sports Center in Yanggu-gun, Gangwon Province. Along with Kim Sang-rok, Choi Ho-yeon (26 points, 10 rebounds) recorded a double-double as Jeonju pulled out a thrilling 96-95 victory.
After the game, Kim Sang-rok said, “It was tough because we didn’t play well in the beginning, but the freshmen and sophomores came in and did a good job. 현금홀덤사이트 Thanks to this, the main players were able to rest their bodies, and we were able to win with strength in the fourth quarter.”
It was in the fourth quarter that Kim Sang-rok stood out the most. He scored 12 points in the fourth quarter alone and dominated the game, especially with a three-pointer in the final minute to seal the win for Jeonju.
“I was confident and wanted to shoot whenever I had the chance. I was able to play well because of my confidence. My coach has been letting me play consistently since my freshman year. I was impatient back then, but I think I’ve gotten more relaxed in my third year.” Says Kim Sang-rok.
As an aspiring shooter, Kim Sang-rok is currently most interested in watching Jeon Sung-hyun (SONO) and Lee Geun-hwi (KCC). Jeon has made a name for himself as one of the best shooters in the KBL, while Lee has a lot of upside.
“I’ve been watching a lot of Jeon Sung-hyun and Lee Kun-hwi lately,” says Kim Sang-rok. They have good ball movement and shooting touch, so I try to learn from them. In the future, I want to become a shooter like Jeon Sung-hyun and Lee Geun-hwi.”