National Treasure Center’ Park Ji-soo virtually ended the season due to a finger injury, and the red light was turned on for the playoff challenge of Cheongju KB Kookmin Bank, the defending champion of women’s professional basketball.
Park Ji-soo injured his left middle finger in the process of making a block shot at the beginning of the 4th quarter against Bucheon Hana 1Q on the 1st. As a result of the examination on the 3rd, it was diagnosed that a ligament was damaged due to a dislocation and that surgery was required.
An official from KB Kookmin Bank explained that day, “I heard that the rehabilitation period after surgery is expected to be at least four weeks. It is difficult to play in the rest of this season.” The regular season ends on the 3rd of next month. It’s actually out of season. 메이저놀이터
For a team that is struggling to advance to the semifinal playoffs, this is news like a thunderbolt.
Signboard center Park Ji-soo was diagnosed with panic disorder ahead of the start of this season and left the line. Park Ji-soo, who accounts for more than half of his power, had a huge gap.
In the first 13 games where Park Ji-soo could not play, they were sluggish with 2 wins and 11 losses. Last season’s champion was nowhere to be found.
However, as soon as he returned, he led a rebound.
Park Ji-soo played an average of 23 minutes and 13 seconds in 9 games after returning, recording 13.8 points, 8.1 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 1.1 blocked shots. KB Kookmin Bank threatened to advance to the playoffs with a record of 6 wins and 3 losses (4th place).
KB Kookmin Bank has played 22 games and currently has 8 wins and 14 losses (5th place), and has 4 rides with Incheon Shinhan Bank (12 wins and 10 losses) in 4th place.
Considering that there are 8 games left in the regular league, it is a significant difference, and it is evaluated that Park Ji-soo lost the pursuit power as he left again.