“My body is better than before”…2G, 30 points in a row, Carter’s big game pleases head coach

Robert Carter (Anyang Jungkwanjang Redboosters) scored more than 30 points for the second straight game to spearhead the Redboosters’ comeback from a two-game losing streak.

The Red Boosters defeated the Seoul Samsung Thunder 86-77 in the fourth round of the 2023-2024 Jeonggwanjang Pro Basketball League at Anyang Indoor Gymnasium on Monday. The win snapped a three-game losing streak. They moved to 12-21 and seventh place. 온라인카지노 Samsung is 10th with a 5-26 record.

Carter shines. After scoring a career-high 32 points against the Goyang Sono Skygunners on Nov. 17, Carter completed a double-double with 31 points, 10 rebounds and four assists in 39 minutes and 22 seconds on the court.

After the game, head coach Kim Sang-sik said, “It was a very important game for us. We had a little lapse in concentration in the fourth quarter and made some mistakes, but the players, including Carter, wanted to win until the end. Our concentration was good.” “We broke the losing streak. We will prepare well for the next game.”

Coach Kim Sang-sik commented on Carter’s performance, saying, “He had a very hard time in the first eight games. He had body aches and colds, but he adjusted (his physical condition) and is getting used to the KBL. We had two days off after the trip to Japan, so I think he’s feeling better than before.” “But you never know when an injury will come. I think I should always be careful about injury management and body care.”

“We had good energy from the start, we all played together, coach had a good game plan, and we executed it well, and I think that’s what got us the win today,” Carter said.

Carter filled in for Darryl Monroe, who left the team with an injury. He is averaging 21.8 points, 9.9 rebounds, and 2.9 assists in 35 minutes and 16 seconds on the floor.

Carter said, “I take the tough stuff as a challenge and try to make it work. “It’s a tough schedule, but I’m a basketball player, so I try to work with it,” said Sunsan, who said she wants to help the team win.

“It’s hard, but it’s a process of adjustment. I’m new here, so I try to listen a lot to what the coaches and teammates have to say,” he said, “and then I try to share my thoughts with the team.”