Chung-Ang University’s Lee Kyung-min reveals his role sharing with Hyungwoo

“We decided to let whoever is in the best shape on the day do a lot of offense and let the rest of the team take care of business”

Chung-Ang University defeated Sangmyung University 79-54 in the regular season finale of the 2024 KUSF University Basketball U-League South Division at Sangmyung University’s Cheonan Campus Gymnasium on Nov. 5. With the win, Chung-Ang University 먹튀검증 improved to 6-2 on the season and moved into sole possession of third place.

After dominating Sangmyung from the start of the game, Chung-Ang had five players score in double figures, including sophomore Lee Kyung-min (183 cm, G), who finished with 10 points, including two three-pointers, nine assists, two rebounds, and two steals in 26 minutes and eight seconds.

“We had some weaknesses in our away games in the group stage, and I’m glad we broke that today,” Lee said after the game.

When asked about his recent shooting form, he said, “I heard a lot of people say that he and (Yoo) couldn’t shoot when we played in the league last year, so I worked hard every morning since the winter season, and I think it’s paying off.” He added, “Coach told me not to lose confidence even if the shot doesn’t go in. I tried to shoot with confidence even if the shot doesn’t go in.”

“We decided that whoever is in the best shape on the day will do a lot of offense, and the other person will take care of the reads,” he said, laughing.

Lee Kyung-min had the most assists (9) in the match. He said, “It’s fun to give passes to my teammates. (Assists) seem to come naturally to me because I’m having fun,” he said.

As for advice from his coaches, he said, “My weakness is defense more than offense. He tells me to work hard on defense so that I don’t have any holes, and he also advises me to look at my offensive chances,” she said, citing ‘defense’ and ‘offensive chances’.

Chung-Ang University, meanwhile, raised the spirits with a 73-65 victory over Korea University at home on March 29. “We are undefeated at home this year, and we want to win the next game against Kyungpook National University on the 10th to stay undefeated,” said Lee. We will enter the playoffs with the highest ranking possible.”

“In the pros, the guard is often the ace, but I want to be a player who is essential to the team (rather than being an ace),” said Lee. “I am grateful to my parents, who always support me from far and near. I will repay them by being a good player. I love you,” he concluded the interview.

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