‘4 losses against KGC’ coach Dong-hyun Cho “I should have widened the lead by 10 points… ”

Hyundai Mobis has a season record of 1 win and 4 losses. Manager Cho Dong-hyun expressed regret for not being able to keep the lead.

Ulsan Hyundai Mobis, led by manager Jo Dong-hyun, lost 83-95 in a confrontation with Anyang KGC, SKT A-Dot Professional Basketball 2022-2023 held at Anyang Gymnasium on the 11th. Hyundai Mobis fell to 4th place as they recorded their 17th loss (24 wins) of the season.

Gage Prim (24 points, 17 rebounds, 2 assists) recorded a double-double, followed by Lee Woo-seok (14 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists), but KGC’s firepower could not be stopped. 토토사이트

Coach Dong-hyun Cho, who entered the interview room after the game, said, “The players worked hard despite the tight schedule. It was an interesting game, but I think I made a mistake in managing the game or using players. I thought the physical part would be great, so the replacement of the players made me chase it.”

Hyundai Mobis scored 9 points in a row at the beginning of the 3rd quarter, induced KGC’s operation time, and widened the gap to 10 points (57-67) by attacking under the goal. However, the attack failed and the turnover gave the flow, and in the 4th quarter, I could not bring a single lead.

Manager Cho Dong-hyun said, “When I was winning 10 points, I had to change players because there were things like physical problems or foul trouble. He should have opened it a little more, but that part was wrong.”

Rookie Kim Tae-wan, who was on the starting list that day, recorded 12 points, 5 rebounds and 3 assists. Although he was only able to digest 1 minute and 36 seconds in the 4th quarter as his personal fouls increased to 4 in the second half of the 3rd quarter, he performed like vitamins.

Regarding Kim Tae-wan, manager Cho Dong-hyun said, “Although he is a rookie, he was bold in both offense and defense in an important game. He praised, saying, “I think a good player will come out of Hyundai Mobis.”

Hyundai Mobis had only two games left before the break. Head coach Cho Dong-hyun was worried about the players’ stamina, but he was determined to win. He said, “I think it will be difficult until the championship, but the fight for second place remains, so I will do my best one game at a time. What we do is more important, so I plan to catch the remaining two games and prepare while taking a break.”

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