The goal of Choi Jun-yong, who has risen to become the ‘ruler of the league’

“Wow… player, this is it?”

over 4 years ago. Choi Joon-yong of SK, who was filming content that reacted to comments posted on him, said this as if he collapsed while reading the evaluation of himself. “I’m not even a player,” he said.

His comment was:

‘It is said that it is a tall guard, but the color must be decided. Now, he is a little shorter than the centers, he can shoot 3-point shots, but the success rate is not high, and he says he can see the guard, but when he dribbles, he is not stable, he has a lot of activity, but there is a lot of risk of injury

. After making a splendid debut with (Carrot) and Kang Sang-jae (DB) being evaluated as one of the ‘Big 3’, Choi Jun-yong, who grew up quickly as the main axis of the team, reacted cheerfully even when he saw comments that evaluated him somewhat negatively. 메이저사이트

“I really know how to do it, but I don’t have one. If you look at it this way… Wow… A player, this? What kind of player is this…”

Criticized by fans that he has considerable skills and potential, but does not see clear advantages in any position. But now Choi Jun-yong has become the most influential player in the KBL.

Last year, he won the regular season MVP as one of the key players in SK’s unified victory. Although he missed the beginning of the season due to injury, he is leading SK’s rebound upon his return. He confidently states that the driving force behind SK’s rise is “me” without any hesitation, but no one denies this.

Choi Jun-yong has now become a player who clearly shows his power no matter where he is placed.

Many commentators, including Shin Ki-seong, Lee Kyu-seop, and Jeong Young-sam, do not hesitate to point out Choi Jun-yong as the player who shows the most clear dominance in the KBL. Jamil Warney, currently one of the best foreign players in KBL, mentioned Choi Jun-yong as the most important focal point in the composition of SK’s proud big lineup.

Choi Jun-yong said, “It doesn’t matter whether it’s a big lineup or a small lineup. Both are comfortable. In the big lineup, it’s fun because the opponent is small, and in the small lineup, it’s fun because the opponent is big.”

After recovering from the injury, he said, “I am still only 60-70% in physical condition,” but “I am confident that I can overwhelm my opponent in any position.” Choi Jun-yong, who emphasized that the story has nothing to do with.

But he wasn’t satisfied. “I’ve done it, so I’m not greedy for MVP. I’m a player who wins the team,” he said.

Choi Jun-yong said, “He wants to be a player who thinks his opponents can’t stop him.”

He said, “I want to do 3-point shooting and mid-range games like NBA players. But I still feel that I am lacking.