‘Can you dunk?’ Myung-ji Lee and Kim Jong-hyun show more action than words

Kim Jung-hyun’s dunk brought the bench to its feet.

Myungji won 87-71 against Inhungo in the Seoul-Gyeongin-Gangwon A Zone qualifiers of the 2024 Korea Secondary School Basketball Weekend League on Friday at Gyeongbokgo Gymnasium.

Myeongji captain Kim Jung-hyun led his team to victory with 22 points, 10 rebounds, and nine assists, 텍사스홀덤 one assist shy of a triple-double.

“I had six assists in the first half, but only three in the second half, which was unfortunate, but I was able to get nine assists because my teammates put my passes through well,” Kim said.

“We could have reached the quarterfinals in the first half, but it was disappointing to fall in the quarterfinals each time. We will prepare well with our teammates to play better in the second half. (Park) Ji-sung and (Lee) Jong-wook did a good job, but I hope that everyone on the team will do a good job in the future so that we can continue to win the next matches.”

Prior to the weekend league, Kim attended a selection camp for the U18 men’s national team in Yanggu. There, he spent the day in a tense atmosphere with many competitors.

“Before I went to the camp, I didn’t feel anything. But when I arrived, I was nervous when I saw all the good players there. Competing against good players gave me a competitive spirit and I tried to focus because I had to do well to be selected for the national team,” he said.

Meanwhile, Kim Jong-hyun brought the bench to its feet with a dunk during the game. After a steal, teammate Lee Jong-wook could have made an easy score of his own, but he gave way to Kim Jong-hyun, who finished the pass with a dunk.

“The opponent’s backcourt was late, so I thought I could dunk if I ran, so I shouted to Jong Wook-yi to pass to me from behind. Thank you Jong Wook-yi,” he laughs.

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