“I met a lot of good brothers” The connections that got Yoon Won-sang up and running

Thanks to his brothers, he was able to get back on his feet. That’s how Yoon Won-sang (25,180.9 centimeters) reflects on a season that had its own personal twists and turns.

Changwon LG won 98-63 at home against Seoul Samsung in the 2023-2024 Korean Basketball Association regular season at Changwon Gymnasium on Jan. 31. After clinching the second place in the regular season, LG rewarded its fans with a victory in its final home game.

Before the game, head coach Cho Sang-hyun announced a lineup change, but there were no major changes to the roster. However, Yoon Won-sang, who hadn’t been on the roster since January 2 against Anyang Jung Kwan-jang, made a surprise return. 카지노사이트 Yoon Won-sang (9 points, 4 rebounds) played 23 minutes and 39 seconds to shake off his long absence.

“It’s been a long time since I’ve been in the lineup, and I don’t even remember when I last came in. I’m glad I was able to finish the regular season with the team in a good way.”

Last season, Yoon averaged 25 minutes and 9 seconds on the court in 54 games, making every minute count. This season, however, he saw his minutes drop significantly due to injuries and an overlapping position with rookie Yoo Yoo-sang. This season, he averaged just 10 minutes and 29 seconds per game in 18 games.

“I don’t have any excuses. I was doing well until the Philippines tournament, and then I got injured, and I didn’t think I was ready for it. It was hard, but I met a lot of good brothers. I was grateful for that even before the end of the game today (Aug. 31).”

Yoon Won-sang, who had been struggling alone, said, “When I enter the interview room, my brothers always tell me to say all their names. From (Lee) Kwan-hee, who always asked me when to come in and prepare, to (Jung) Hee-jae, (Lee) Jae-do, (Lim) Dong-seob, (Han) Sang-hyuk, and (Yang) Hong-seok, I was able to get back on my feet because I met good people,” he said. Yoon Won-sang, who played mainly in the D-League, said, “I prepared with Dong-seob playing in the D-League. I didn’t want to give up,” he said.

Yoon Won-sang, along with Yang Hong-seok, was accepted into the National Armed Forces Athletic Corps (Commerce) and is scheduled to enlist on May 20th. “People around me kept saying that I would pass, but just in case, I did my best to pass the test, so I did well. I didn’t know what would happen in the end, so I was relieved to hear the result,” he said.

Looking ahead to his final playoffs before enlisting, he said, “I’m going to the quarterfinals again. I think I need to do better than last season. I may or may not make the roster, but I’m determined to prepare well so I can contribute a little bit to the team.”



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