Gwangshin Broadcasting Preview Jeong Seung-won “Talent donation, it was exciting and good”

I waited for this day more than anyone else.

On the 19th, Gwangshin Broadcasting Preliminary High School participated in the talent donation program held by the Sangmu Basketball Team of the Armed Forces Sports Unit at the Gwangshin Broadcasting Preliminary High School Gymnasium. The Elite Secondary Basketball Talent Donation Program is hosted and supervised by the Korea Secondary Basketball Federation and the Sangmu Basketball Team. The talent donation started on the 15th at Samil High School and continues until the 26th (South Jeolla Province).

Jeong Seung-won (F, 195cm), the captain of Gwangshin Broadcasting Preview, welcomed the Sangmu team more than anyone else. Jeong Seung-won, who heard the news of talent donation, said, “It’s not easy to meet professional players, but I was excited and happy to hear that they came to our school to see and learn from them.”

Since the first talent donation in March, Sangmu’s talent donation has been systematic and sincere.

Jeong Seung-won said, “In the post play, I learned to move slowly so as not to rush. Fighting for position is also important, and whenever we got the wrong position, the hyungs grabbed each one. I was taught to look first and think about breaking through. Lastly, in dribbling, I practiced bouncing the ball for 2 minutes and 30 seconds in a low posture while looking forward.”

It’s a short time, but just meeting and learning from professional players comes as a great motivation for young players.메이저사이트

Jeong Seung-won said, “Coach Heung-bae Lee always emphasizes ‘team’. He also teaches defense and patterns in detail. Coach Kun-woo Kim emphasizes that you can improve your skills only by drawing out the maximum and practicing without limiting yourself.” I will continue to practice what I learned from my brothers during my time in my personal exercise class. Personally, I was lacking in dribbling, but I will follow what I learned and make it my own,” he promised to grow.

In the end, he said, “I want to talk about today when I become a professional player and meet the hyungs.” 

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