Park Ji-soo, WKBL is Narrow for 8-Time Winner

Park Ji-soo, WKBL is Narrow for 8-Time Winner

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Park Ji-soo, WKBL is Narrow for 8-Time Winner

WKBL is narrow for ‘8-time winner’ Park Ji-soo… “Now I want to go out”


“Even if it’s not the WNBA, I want to play overseas… What more can I gain and achieve in this league?”

"I've thought a lot about what more I can gain and achieve in this league, but I haven't found the answer yet"

For Park Ji-soo of Cheongju KB, who became the first women's professional basketball player to win eight crowns, the Korean stage is narrow. 카지노사이트위키

Ji-Soo Park was unanimously selected as the Most Valuable Player (MVP) after receiving all 110 votes from the press at the 2023-2024 Woori Bank Woori WON 2023-2024 Women's Professional Basketball Regular League Awards Ceremony held at the 63 Convention Center in Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul on the 4th.

In addition to MVP, she won 8 awards, including the Deok-Ju Yoon Award (highest contribution), Outstanding Defensive Player Award, Best 5, Scoring Award, 2-Point Field Goal Award, Rebound Award, and Block Award.

This is the first time that eight gold medals have been won in women's professional basketball.

At a press conference after the awards ceremony, Park Ji-soo said, "This was a season in which my desire to play in overseas leagues, even if it was not necessarily the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA), grew," and "Now, as a player, I feel a desire to play a little bit more."

He continued, "In this league, everyone is smaller than me.

Also, when I think about whether I have improved here compared to overseas players, I honestly think there is nothing.

As a player, if you are greedy, it is right to go."

Jisoo Park scored 20.3 points (1st place), 15.2 rebounds (1st place), and 5.4 assists (3rd place) in 29 regular league games this season.

Cheongju KB, led by Park Ji-su, also won the regular league with 27 wins and 3 losses.

However, the final winner this season was Asan Woori Bank.

Woori Bank, led by coach Wi Sung-woo, defeated KB, led by Park Ji-soo, with 3 wins and 1 loss after a fierce battle in the championship match and stood at the top.

Park Ji-soo expressed his respect for Woori Bank by saying that he did not think about specific steps as he was concentrating on recovery after the difficult championship game.

Park Ji-soo said, "I felt amazing.

I was respected," and added, "I want to tell Kim Dan-bi, who faced me, that she worked hard to stop me."

He added, "I respect the fact that even though he is a senior, he has top-level skills.

Playing in the league with a respected senior will be a memorable experience for the rest of my life."

Park Ji-su, who won his fourth MVP, had many concerns about the WKBL, which was too small for him.

In the WKBL, where foreign players have disappeared, there is no team that can match Park Ji-su's height.

Only Woori Bank achieved results with a strategy that focused on outside shooting and organic passing work without a big man.

Park Ji-soo said, “I need foreign players to help me grow, but when looking at the league as a whole, I think it’s right that there aren’t any.”

He added, “When there were foreign players, there were plays that were obvious to the fans in the game, but now domestic players’ ability to solve problems has improved” I pointed it out.

Park Ji-soo, who said he could not answer whether the foreign player system should be reintroduced due to this difference in position, also analyzed the development direction of his team KB saying, "It may be better for the players' growth without me."

As long as there is Park Ji-soo, who boasts an overwhelming height, the strategy in offense and defense has no choice but to be centered around him.

Park Ji-soo herself expressed, ‘It feels like it has become a double-edged sword.’

Park Ji-soo, who suffered sudden symptoms of panic disorder last season, is said to be not fully recovered yet.

Park Ji-soo looked back and said, "It's not that he's completely healed, but there were a lot of difficult moments this season," and "He had symptoms while playing, so he tried to hold on with his mental strength somehow."

Still, he emphasized, "I didn't want to make excuses.

In sports, results are the most important thing."

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