Coach Jeon Chang-jin could not hide his regret at the come-from-behind defeat in the second half.

Jeonju KCC lost 70-78 in the 2022-2023 SKT A-Dot Professional Basketball Seoul SK match held at Gunsan Wolmyeong Gymnasium on the 6th. With the defeat on this day, 5 home wins and 3 consecutive wins in Gunsan were frustrated, and they fell to 5th place (14 wins, 15 losses).

The first half of KCC’s performance was good that day. La Gun-ah was responsible for scoring from under the goal, and Heo Woong and Lee Seung-hyun fired support. In addition, Chung Chang-young, Lee Geun-hui, and Lone University Hollis Jefferson also added strength and reached halftime with a score of 46-43.

However, in the second half, his concentration suddenly faltered. Kim Sun-hyung, Heo Il-young, Choi Jun-yong, Choi Boo-kyung, and Jamil Warney had a hard time with the big lineup. In the end, the score gap continued to widen as time went on, and they suffered a come-from-behind defeat. 스포츠토토

KCC coach Jeon Chang-jin said, “Today (6th) I couldn’t solve it well in the attack. There were a lot of attacks that weren’t usual. I don’t know if the players are confident, but I think they didn’t make a lot of individual plays in important situations. It is also a game where I felt that the sixth man was lacking a lot.”

Meanwhile, KCC missed Kim Ji-wan that day. The cause was a chronic calf injury. Director Jeon Chang-jin said of Kim Ji-wan, “The calves are not good again. I don’t know when he’ll come back. He said, “I don’t think he will be able to come out until the All-Star break because it’s a part where he was sick and then it was okay.