“Shoot, fast attack, big man defense possible”… Jung In-deok’s basketball is just beginning

 Retired after not being able to find a job. And with the opportunity he got after the last challenge after being discharged from the military, he made a career high game. This is the story of Jeong In-deok (28) of Changwon LG.

LG won 85-61 in an away game against Seoul SK in the 4th round of the 2022-2023 SKT A-Dot Professional Basketball held at Jamsil Student Gymnasium on the 10th. With this victory, LG became the sole second place.

With this match, LG’s first half ended. After the All-Star break, the second half resumes with a match against Wonju DB on the 17th.

It was LG’s advantage throughout the game. Through the balance of offense and defense, the difference in overwhelming power was shown. SK could not overcome the physical burden of 4 games in 7 days.

Lee Jae-do (19 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists) and Lee Kwan-hee (16 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists) were outstanding. Asem Marey had 14 points, 19 rebounds and 7 assists, and even a solid defense to block Jameel Warney.

Here was the protagonist of the hidden victory. That is Jeong In-deok. On this day, while playing 28 minutes, he flew with 11 points, 4 rebounds and 1 assist, FG 3/5 3P 2/3. It marked his most points, three-pointers made, free throws made, and rebounds since his debut. 토토사이트

Jeong In-deok, who was selected as the 6th pick in the 2nd round of the 2016 rookie draft, retired after playing for LG until the 2017-18 season. After serving in the military, he tried again to enter the professional stage in 2021. Jeong In-deok, who returned to LG for the 2021-2022 season, is making his name known through more appearance opportunities than ever before this season.

He said, “I went out at the moment when I wanted to give up, so I don’t have that kind of mind now. I seem to be working more earnestly.” I came back with the desire to try it,” he said.

Coach Cho Sang-hyun expressed his gratitude to the earnest players through an interview. He talked about players who train harder than anyone else, and he mentioned Jung In-deok along with Yoon Won-sang and Lee Seung-woo.

Jeong In-deok said, “I often trained early in the morning with (Yoon) Won-sang during the off-season.”

He is expected to further develop his presence through his strengths. When asked to explain his play style, he emphasized, “I can throw a shot, and I run right into the fast break, so I’m good at participating in the fast break. I think he’s a player who can defend against tall players.”

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