‘Basketball student’ Geun-Jun Lee, a new prospect of Gyeongbok High School

‘Basketball student’ Lee Geun-joon (197cm, F, C) is a new prospect at Kyungbok High School.

Gyeongbok High School defeated Jeonju High School 92-73 in the final match of the South High School Quarterfinals of the 48th Association Long National Men’s and Women’s Secondary Basketball Championship, which continued at the National Sports Center at Sportium in Yeonggwang, Jeollanam-do on the 11th. Gyeongbok High School, which easily played the game while taking control of the air supply, defeated Jeon High School’s challenge to win two crowns, which took the top spot in the first competition of the season.

On this day, Gyeonggi-seon Lee Geun-jun stood out the most. He played close to full time (39 minutes and 3 seconds), leading the team to victory with 30 points and 23 rebounds. Not only did he actively participate in the provision, but he also steadily scored goals from under the goal and made the inside his own stage.

Lee Geun-joon, whom we met after the game, said, “It is his first advance to the semifinals after coming up from high school. He said, “I am happy because it was unexpected.”

Continuing, he said, “(Lee) Byeong-yeop and (Kwon) Jeong-in and other guards seemed to save the chance well. Thanks to that, I think he was able to easily attack his opponent’s John Press defense.”

The Gyeongbok High School team had a hard time maintaining their physical condition due to a recent cold. Because of this, after the round of 16 match against Sangsan Electronic High School the day before, they were hit with ringers as a group.

The Ringer effect was evident. Unlike the round of 16, he easily opened the opponent’s goal with light movements.

Lee Geun-jun also said, “Being hit by the ringer was definitely a big help. It seems that there is also a ringer effect in today’s victory,” he laughed.

Geunjun Lee, who spent middle school in Daegu, moved to Seoul after entering high school. Having decided to study basketball to become a better player, he said, “Living in Seoul is fun. However, there are times when it is difficult to be away from his parents.”

Against his former high school, he showed off his strengths without regret.

“My strong point is active participation in rebounding. However, there is still an impatient part on the court that needs to be supplemented.” These are the words of Geunjun Lee.

Lee Geun-joon, who has emerged as a new promising player at Kyungbok High School, meets rival Yongsan High School to advance to the finals. 온라인카지노

Ahead of the semi-final match against Yongsan High School, he said, “I will focus more as it is a rival match. I will show you a different image from today.”

The semi-final match between eternal rivals Gyeongbok High School and Yongsan High School will be held on the 12th at Sportium Auxiliary Gymnasium.

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