‘Returning championship member’ Min Min-soo “will focus more on the role of sixth man”

Min Min-soo tasted another victory with DB.

Wonju DB Promy won 107-103 against Suwon KT Sonic Boom in the sixth round of the 2023-2024 Korean Basketball League at Wonju General Gymnasium on Thursday. Riding a seven-game winning streak, DB erased the last magic number on the night to clinch the top spot in the regular season for the first time in six years since the 2017-2018 season.

There aren’t many members of the team who have been around for both regular season titles, six years ago and today. The team is led by head coach Kim Joo-sung, along with veterans Kim Hyun-ho and Min-seo Soo, who won the 2017-2018 regular season title and finished runner-up in the championship game before becoming a free agent and moving to the 온라인카지노 Changwon LG Sakers. Then, last year, he became a free agent again and returned to his native DB.

Upon his return, he was able to help the team win another regular season title. Despite playing less minutes than he did six years ago, he was a valuable sixth-man resource for 파워볼사이트, which runs a triple-post offense.

“It’s so good,” said So Min-soo after the team clinched the top spot in the regular season. Six years ago, we were the favorite to finish last, and we finished first in a dramatic way, so it feels very different. It’s even more meaningful because it was a wire-to-wire win.”

Minsoo played in every game of the 2017-2018 season, including the regular season, playoffs, and championship game. The only other players to play in every game were head coach Kim Joo-sung and Dionte Burton.

“He’s the same as he was when he was a player,” said Minsoo about Kim Joo-sung, who leads the bench. He’s always meticulous, and he leads the team with ease. There is no difference,” he said, giving him a thumbs-up.

As the team won the regular season championship together at the same time as his family’s comeback, Min Min-soo’s future goals are even more ambitious. In that game, he also revitalized the team by hitting a crucial three-pointer in a hard-fought game, so he’s determined to do his part regardless of his playing time.

“I was the youngest player on the line, so I relied a lot on my older brothers, but now I’ve gained a lot of experience. My playing time has been up and down this season, but I need to fulfill my role as a sixth man. That way, I can help the main players in important situations in the playoffs. I will focus on my role in the remaining games,” he concluded.

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