While Shinhan Bank continues to fight for rankings in the middle ranks, Yoo Seung-hee’s hiatus is getting longer than expected. Director Gunathan carefully conveyed his opinion, saying, “I think we need to wait and watch.”
Incheon Shinhan Bank recorded 11 wins and 10 losses in the Shinhan Bank SOL 2022-2023 women’s professional basketball regular league, and is tied for third place with Yongin Samsung Life Insurance. On the 30th, after repeated reversals at the end of the fourth quarter, they defeated No. 1 Asan Woori Bank 74-72. With this, Shinhan Bank became the only team to defeat Woori Bank twice this season.
While Shinhan Bank continues to promote, Yoo Seung-hee is still away. The most recent game was 8 minutes and 39 seconds in a home game against Cheongju KB Stars on the 25th of last month, before the All-Star break. Yoo Seung-hee missed all four games in January after the All-Star break.
“My body, such as my back and elbows, is complexly bad. I’m worried because my condition hasn’t improved too much. I’ve lost a lot of muscle strength, and I’m at the stage where I’m raising it again. Perhaps because of the experience of injuring the cruciate ligament twice, I cannot shake off my anxiety. Lee Joo-yeon and Kiana Smith (above Samsung Life Insurance) seem to be more anxious after their injuries.”
Yoo Seung-hee averaged 9.5 points, 3.6 rebounds and 2.7 assists in 15 games this season. Compared to last season 메이저사이트, which left a career high, his overall record has declined somewhat, but his three-point shot success rate (32.8%) is the highest since his debut. He averaging 26 minutes and 58 seconds, crucially. He is one of the main players of Shinhan Bank, which is aiming for the playoffs despite the transfer of Kim Dan-bi (Woori Bank).
Yoo Seung-hee is a player who showed growth by returning like a tumbleweed even after injuring her cruciate ligament twice. In her last season, she averaged double digits for the first time in her debut and was named to the women’s national team’s strengthening training roster.
As he returned from two serious injuries in the past, coach Kunadan plans to wait for Yoo Seung-hee to recover in condition with time to spare. Coach Gunadan said, “I plan to watch the recovery over time. I am digesting my training, but when I fight hard or fall, I seem to flinch. I told you not to think in a hurry. I am waiting for the condition to gradually improve.”