‘Han Hee-won, Choi Sung-mo play together’ KT, Sungkyunkwan University ‘teach Han Soo’
KT is past the point of season preparation.
Suwon KT won 103-90 in a scrimmage against Sungkyunkwan University at the Suwon KT Victory Centre on 11 November.
Both teams had to play without their big men. KT was without Ha Yoon-ki, Lee Doo-won, and Park Chan-ho due to international duty and injury, respectively, while Sungkyunkwan University was without their starting centre Kim Yoon-sung due to injury.
Both coaches talked about speed and small lineups before the game.
The start of the game was no different. Both teams started the game with quick transitions.온라인카지노 KT took a narrow lead. Choi Sung-mo and Han Hee-won showed their determination. They scored points by finishing fast-break passes.
They also used press defence and traps in addition to a full-court press to stop Sungkyunkwan University’s offence. Sungkyunkwan University applied the same method of defence, with the offence led by Kang Sung-wook and Park Jong-ha. KT took a 6-8 point lead midway through the second quarter.
After the midway point, Sungkyunkwan came out strong. Jung Bae-kwon connected on a series of quick three-pointers, and the defence became more focused, stopping the KT offence. The lead narrowed to three points, 42-45, inside the final minute. It was KT who scored the final points. Choi Sung-mo scored on a tip-in.
Throughout the first half, both teams played with physicality and activity. Even in set offence situations, they added man-to-man rotations to pressure each other. KT only led by five points.
In the third quarter, KT went on a run. It was a result of effectively targeting the Sungkyunkwan University defence, which showed physical problems. The effective space creation and finishing stood out. Han Hee-won hit a series of three-pointers, and Choi Sung-mo followed suit. At the end of three minutes, the lead was 14 points, 58-44.
At the four-minute mark, Sungkyunkwan University made a change, bringing in Kang Sung-wook, and the renewed focus on defence brought them back to within five points, 55-60. KT continued to play their third squad with the keyword ‘improvement’ to keep the game close.
There was no significant change in the flow. Both teams spent time in the 5-7 point range, and KT ended the third quarter with a five-point lead, 72-62.
In the fourth quarter, KT went back to its best lineup of Han Hee-won and Jung Sung-woo. The score seemed to be widening, but Sungkyunkwan University remained focused and kept the game close. At the end of three minutes, KT led by only six points, 80-74.
With three minutes left, KT made a clear run. They definitely took advantage of Sungkyunkwan University’s weakness in physical strength, mixing steals and free throws to win 94-77. Sungkyunkwan University, perhaps due to the fatigue of continuous practice games, showed problems with their stamina and lost the close game. KT held on for the win.