Anyanggo sniper Yoon Yong-joon’s next goal…quarterfinals

Yoon Yong-joon’s three-point shot has gotten sharper amid improved team chemistry.

Anyang High School defeated Bae Jae-go 109-90 in the Seoul-Gyeongin-Gangwon A Zone qualifier of the 2024 Korean Basketball Weekend League on Friday at Gyeongbok Go Gymnasium.

Anyango, which boasted a high-powered offense, was led by sophomore Yoon Yong-joon in the backcourt with a double-double of 29 points and 10 assists, 카지노 including four three-pointers.

Yoon said, “We didn’t show what we prepared for during winter training in the first half. Overall, I’m disappointed. However, we got better as the tournament went on and we started to gel with our teammates. We are disappointed with the team’s performance in the first half, but we will do our best to do better in the second half,” he said, signaling the start of the second half.

Anyango reached the round of 16 in the first tournament of the season, the Spring Federation League, but failed to reach the final at the subsequent Association Championships. However, they showed good form at the Federation Championships in May, reaching the quarterfinals.

“Our goal for the second half of the season is to finish in the top four,” Yoon said, “and we will prepare hard with the coach and teammates as one.”

Yoon Yong-joon showed off his long three-point shot in the first game of the weekend league. His shot from the top of the key split the opponent’s rim.

“Coach Lee Sang-young takes a lot of shots and looks at them. He also tells me the timing. I practiced a lot according to what he told me,” he said. “He told me that he wants me to improve my timing and accuracy in the future. I will focus more on it through practice.”

Finally, he reflected on his third year. He also shared his worries about the upcoming entrance exam.

“Certainly, in the first and second years, I didn’t have these feelings and burdens. In my third year, I have worries and burdens. I still have them, but if I worry about going to school, it might affect my play right now. I just focus on every match, every tournament. I will focus on finishing well from the weekend league to the King of Kings.”

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