KCC Coach Jeon Chang-jin, Thanks to the Club

KCC Coach Jeon Chang-jin “Thanks to the Club for Giving me the Opportunity… I’ll have a Cigarette”

Winning command again after 16 years… Leading a super team and becoming the first 5th-place team to win the championship.

Professional basketball coach Jeon Chang-jin of Busan KCC said, “It was difficult to coach again, but I am grateful to the club for giving me the opportunity.”

KCC, led by coach Jeon Chang-jin, won 88-70 against Suwon KT in the 5th game of the 2023-2024 CheongKwanJang Professional Basketball Championship (4 wins out of 7) held at the KT Arena in Suwon, Gyeonggi-do on the 5th.

KCC, which ended the series with 4 wins and 1 loss, regained supremacy 13 years after the 2010-2011 season. 카지노사이트

For Coach Jeon Chang-jin, it was a moment for him to stand at the top of the league again for the first time in 16 years since the 2007-2008 season.

In an interview after the game, coach Jeon said, “Thanks to the hard work of coaches Yang-taek Kang, Lee Sang-min, Shin Myung-ho and the staff, we achieved good results,” and added, “The players also felt embarrassed about finishing in 5th place in the regular league, so they had a special determination going into the playoffs.

“I give the credit for the win to the coaching staff and players.

KCC was called a ‘super team’ this season with a brilliant lineup including Heo Woong, Lee Seung-hyun, La Gun-ah, Choi Jun-yong, and Song Kyo-chang, but it ranked 5th in the regular league, and was transformed into a different team in the playoffs, becoming the champion of the 5th place team for the first time in history.

Achieved victory in the deciding match.

Coach Jeon said, “It was a season with many injured players, and it was only 4 to 5 days before the start of the playoffs that all the players were able to gather.

It is not easy to get these members together in one team, but if these members had played the regular league all the way, they would have ranked 5th.”

“I wouldn’t have done it,” he said.

Coach Jeon Chang-jin confessed, “Even though there were injuries, when the media said, ‘The Super Team lost,’ I lost energy and felt as if they wanted us to lose.”

He added, “It became a process for the players to become stronger, and they also had to keep their pride.”

“I worked harder in the playoffs for this,” he praised.