While KB Stars failed to escape the losing streak again, Lee Yun-mi ended up scoreless. Although he has been silent in the last two games, coach Kim Wan-soo expected Lee Yun-mi to draw a broader growth trend in the offseason as he showed potential.
Cheongju KB Stars lost 59-70 in the Shinhan Bank SOL 2022-2023 women’s professional basketball regular league away match against Yongin Samsung Life Insurance held at Yongin Gymnasium on the 20th. 5th place KB Stars fell into a three-game losing streak.
In the midst of showing inferiority in the firepower confrontation, Yoon-mi Lee, who started the match, stopped scoring. Only one 2-point attempt was made in 12 minutes and 23 seconds. Lee Yoon-mi scored 4 points in 11 minutes and 1 second against Shinhan Bank in Incheon on the 17th. Average of 2 points in the last 2 games.
He is a bench member who scored 2.6 points in an average of 8 minutes and 43 seconds in 16 games this season, but it is all the more regretful because he is silent after a big success. On the 15th, against Bucheon Hanawon Q, Lee Yoon-mi scored 20 points, 5 rebounds and 2 assists. He made 4 of 6 of his 3-pointers. Considering that the previous highest individual score was 6 points recorded 4 times, it was truly a ‘game of life’.
Lee Yoon-mi is a forward nominated in the 6th place in the 1st round in the 2018-2019 freshman selection. In the 2018-2019 season, she did not play a single match, but since then she has gradually gained opportunities and accumulated experience points. Her last season, she averaged 6 minutes and 22 seconds in 22 games.
As it is necessary to have a rookie to relieve Kang Iseul’s burden, Lee Yoon-mi is one of the resources KB Stars is looking forward to. She also showed that potential through Hana One Q Match.
Regarding Lee Yun-mi, coach Kim Wan-soo said, “I showed a good performance against Hana 1Q, but there is still a big difference in condition from game to game. On good days, I shoot confidently and lightly, but on bad days, the timing of the shot is not right. 바카라 I wish she had more confidence. “I want to help her grow by giving her more experience in the offseason.”
For coach Kim Wan-soo, this season was a season in which he confirmed the task of utilizing younger players, including Lee Yun-mi. Coach Kim Wan-soo said, “Young players such as (Lee) Yoon-mi, (Yang) Ji-soo, and (Lee) Hye-joo did not gain more experience. It was a season without (Park) Ji-soo, so I thought it would be more stable to put in seniors as starters at the beginning of the season, but it was a mistake on my part. I will think more about the distribution of playing time between young players and senior players.”