Jeon Seong-hyun ‘finally’ failed to make a 3-point shot. The seemingly never-ending streak of 3-pointers ended at 76 games. However, he contributed to the team’s victory and promised to move forward without setbacks.
Jeon Seong-hyeon of the Goyang Carrot Jumpers played as a starter in the 2022-2023 SKT A-Dot Professional Basketball regular league round 4 match against the Seoul Samsung Thunders held at Goyang Gymnasium on the 30th and recorded 9 points, 3 rebounds and 6 assists in 37 minutes and 45 seconds. did. His 3-pointers were unsuccessful despite 7 attempts.
Carrot took a hard win, 68-65. They kept 5th place with 19 wins and 17 losses.
Jeon Seong-hyun said, “It would have been a big blow if we lost, but I’m glad we won. (Cho) Hanjin and (Kim) Jin-yu did well. I and (Lee) Jeong-hyeon were sluggish, but I think the other players did well and were able to win.” .
He said, “I focused on the game, so there was no other pressure. It was in a similar condition to the game (January 19 against DB) where I only scored 3 points. I am satisfied,” he added.
Also, “Samsung seems to have decided today and tried not to give outside. I drove the game with a 2-point game, and I think our team is improving little by little in that I and Jung Hyun-i win like this even though I was sluggish. 3-point shot I think the difference is that if you go in, you win a lot, and if you go in less, you win less.” 스포츠토토
Regarding the interruption of his streak, he showed confidence, “It’s regrettable, but it’s also cool. I’m not going to retire after this season, and I just need to beat my record again. It’s true that I’m sorry, but I’ll try again from the next game.”
This season, Carrot is the first basketball player in KBL history to throw more 3-pointers than 2-pointers. Basketball is unfamiliar to fans as well as players.
Jeon Seong-hyun said, “I’m still not used to it. I’m playing basketball without a center, so it’s difficult for shooters. We all put three-point shots together and win together. Fans seem to like it a lot, too. I will try to do better.”