Basketball star Heo Hoon, who is serving in the military, lifted the championship cup of the D-League, a professional basketball division 2 league.
Heo Hoon, who is about to be discharged in November of this year, was selected as the MVP with the same skills as before enlisting.
This is reporter Park Ji-woon.
Heo Hoon scores the first goal at the start of the game. 바카라사이트
He intercepts the opposing team’s ball and then performs a ‘one man show’ across the empty court.
The professional basketball D-League final between Sangmu and LG.
Although it is a 2nd division league game, cheers from the crowd continue to cheer Heo Hoon, a basketball star who enlisted in May last year and plays for Sangmu.
Compared to KBL games, the D-League, which usually does not have many spectators, enjoyed the special advantage of Heo Hoon.
Even though it was daytime on weekdays, I could see many fans who visited the stadium with cheering tools in their hands to see Heo Hoon.
“I came to cheer for Heo Hoon as a squad leader, hoping to lift the championship trophy.”
The first and last chance for Heo Hoon, who recently became a corporal, to win the D-League Cup.
Heo Hoon, who scored the most of both teams with 26 points, led Sangmu to win and was selected as the MVP.
“As a player, I was really moved by the fact that (the fans) constantly came to the stadium and waited outside, whether it was snowing or raining.
Heo Hoon, who won the regular league MVP in the 2019-2020 season before enlisting in the military, won the MVP in both the regular league and the D-League.
Heo Hoon’s goal after returning to KBL, which was discharged in November, was, of course, MVP.
“I think I need to prepare a lot so that my condition doesn’t go down. So that I can become a real MVP by receiving this MVP energy and being discharged…