Lee Kwan-hee’s watch, which calls itself ‘Rolex’, is a broken wall clock in the DB match

Lee Kwan-hee (191cm, G)’s watch was a ‘broken wall clock’ in the DB exhibition.

Changwon LG defeated Wonju DB 76-74 in the 2022-2023 SKT Adot Pro Basketball regular league held at Changwon Indoor Gymnasium on the 3rd. The season’s first 4 home wins in a row. March 26, 2022 4 home wins in a row in 314 days since the Seoul SK match. In addition, with 24 wins and 13 losses, it maintained a two-game gap with Anyang KGC Ginseng Corporation (26 wins and 11 losses).

Lee Kwan-hee points to his left wrist when scoring his latest significant three. Aka ‘Clock Ceremony’. It contains the meaning of ‘please do not take yourself out in the 4th quarter’. A message to Jo Sang-hyun, LG manager.

LG coach Cho Sang-hyun was also aware of Lee Kwan-hee’s ceremony. “If I do it the way I want, I can put Kwan-hee into the 4th quarter. But the message hasn’t arrived yet. He also seems to be out of order (laughs).”

There was a song that immediately came to mind. ‘Broken Wall Clock’ sung by Na Hoon-ah. This song was included in ‘Friend: 40th Anniversary Album’ released in 2005, and has the meaning of ‘the broken wall clock has stopped, but time still flows’. Clocks can stop, but time flies.

Of course, Lee Kwan-hee would not have been conscious of the ‘broken wall clock’ at all. It is highly likely that he focused only on his own performance and LG’s victory. Such concentration was also revealed in the Seoul SK match held on the 1st. He contributed to LG’s come-from-behind victory with 20 points, the most in the team, including 3 points in pursuit.

After that, “I couldn’t show the clock ceremony in the previous two games. Before SK, I prepared to take out my watch. There is a feeling that I took out the watch a little early. What is clear is that my watch is a genuine Rolex,” he said, conveying his value. 안전놀이터

Regardless of Lee Kwan-hee’s watch ceremony, Lee Kwan-hee’s performance stood out. He cemented LG’s sole runner-up. However, DB, LG’s opponent, was on the rise. Lee Kwan-hee’s persistent movement and offensive power were important. He had to prove that his clock is a clock that is one level different from the ‘broken wall clock’.

Lee Kwan-hee was not included in the starting lineup. Without Lee Kwan-hee, LG was loose from the start. Basic things such as energy level, speed fight, and fighting spirit were pushed back.

LG coach Cho Sang-hyun put Lee Kwan-hee in 3 minutes and 16 seconds into the game. Lee Kwan-hee had to do ‘Game Changer’. However, Lee Kwan-hee was not a great force either. Although he hit the jumper, he didn’t score much of the game. LG finished the first quarter with a double-digit score difference (10-24).

Lee Kwan-hee also stepped on the court at the beginning of the second quarter. But he didn’t get a good shot. No records were recorded for 2 minutes and 44 seconds after the start of the second quarter. LG also continued to hold a double-digit score difference (15-28).

Lee Kwan-hee stepped onto the court 1 minute and 22 seconds before the end of the second quarter. He’s focused on defense. However, Lee Kwan-hee’s watch did not turn. Because he only had 2 points going into the first half.

However, there was a possibility that Lee Kwan-hee’s time would come. This is because LG, who finished the first quarter with a score of 11-24, finished the first half with a score of 36-36. If Lee Kwan-hee continues LG’s rising trend, Lee’s watch can also be recognized as a Rolex (?).

Lee Kwan-hee threw 3 points in 1 minute and 28 seconds of the third quarter. However, Lee Kwan-hee’s 3-point missed the rim, and DB connected Lee’s 3-point failure with a quick attack. Sangjae Kang (200cm, F) finished it off. Lee Kwan-hee’s 3 points became the reason for the conceding.

Lee Kwan-hee’s defense was also not strong. He overdid the defense of taking away, but only gave up the breakthrough. The defense that the LG coaching staff is most wary of. Lee Kwan-hee, who was sluggish in both offense and defense, withdrew from the court 4 minutes and 46 seconds after the start of the third quarter.

Despite Lee Kwan-hee’s time not coming up, LG finished the third quarter 59-54. This is because Yoon Won-sang (181cm, G) poured in 4 3 points only in the 3rd quarter. Besides, the defense was solid, so there was no reason for Lee Kwan-hee to go out on the court.

It was the same in the 4th quarter. Lee Kwan-hee did not come out even for a second. However, Lee Jae-do (180cm, G) and Kim Jun-il (200cm, C) finished the match. Lee Kwan-hee’s record against DB was 2 points and 1 assist in 14 minutes and 57 seconds. Even though Lee Kwan-hee’s watch was a ‘broken wall clock’ limited to the DB exhibition, LG was able to laugh.

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