DRX says it will “improve hanta-object engagement capabilities”

DePlus Kia (DK) and DRX faced off in the opening match of the 2023 LCK Spring at LoL Park in Jongno on April 18. DRX fought hard, but couldn’t get past DK. DRX tried to fight back by picking up objects and getting kills from Kim “Rascal” Kwang-hee, but the upset was short-lived as DK solidified the game through engagements.

Below is the full interview with DRX head coach Kim Mok-kyung and top laner Kim “Rascal” Kwang-hee.

Q. What do you think were the factors that led to your loss against DK?

Coach Kim Mok-kyung: We lost back-to-back Hanta engagements. There were still some parts of the game that didn’t add up.

Kim ‘Rascal’ Kwang-hee: Like you said, the Hanta loss was big. We will need to refine our positioning, timing, and objectives.

Q. You said that the Hanta loss was a big disappointment. Wasn’t the advantage of the Maokai pick in sets 1-2 that he was good at fighting Hanta and positioning?

Coach Kim Mok-kyung: I thought Maokai was a good pick based on the practice process and results. In today’s match, we couldn’t utilize Maokai’s advantages. It wasn’t just Jungle, we didn’t do a good job of showing our teammates how to position themselves and fight objectives.

Q. Is there anything that you think went well in today’s game?

Kim “Rascal” Kwang-hee: I still think our teammates have basic skills. 카지노사이트 Plus Kia is a really strong team from the lane, and we were able to take advantage of the early and mid game against a strong team.

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