“We don’t want to attach any meaning to it.”
Asan Woori Bank Woori WON won 77-64 against Hana OneQ in the fifth round of the Woori Bank Woori WON 2023-2024 Women’s Professional Basketball League on Monday at Bucheon Indoor Gymnasium. Woori Bank, which has an undefeated record against Hana OneQ this season (5 wins), is second in the standings with a 19-5 record.
Park Hye-jin was the star of the show. In 37 minutes on the court, she scored 15 points, grabbed 10 rebounds, and dished out 10 assists. 토토사이트 It was her third career triple-double.
After the game, Park said, “I played the first game of the season, but it was a messy situation because I just came back. Today, all the injured players came back and I think we played for the first time in a long time, so I was worried, but there were a lot of problems that we need to adjust to. On the other hand, I think some things went well. We just need to be more organized for the rest of the games.”
She doesn’t attach much significance to the triple-double. “I also had a triple-double in Busan (Dec. 4, 2023 against Busan BNK Thumb) and thought that only good things would happen to me personally, but I got injured,” Park said. “So this time, I don’t want to attach any meaning to it, but I want to get my balance back quickly. I’m just going to think that it’s a good record and not think about it anymore.”
At the end of the third quarter, the chances of Park getting a triple-double were slim. But in the fourth quarter alone, she grabbed five rebounds. ”I didn’t know at first,” Park said, “but I found out at the end of the fourth quarter when coach Satellite Woo said, ‘Two left. I didn’t really know until then,” she said. “I think that’s why he gave me more time. I think he helped me by approaching the record.”
Since her return, Park has played 34 minutes and 46 seconds against BNK on March 3, 42 minutes and 43 seconds against Samsung Life Blooms in Yongin on March 5, and 37 minutes against Hana OneQ today. On the physical demands of the game, she said, “It’s hard to keep up with the physical demands of the game, but they gave me a lot of time to rehabilitate. I was away during the off-season, and I was the captain during the season, and I felt very sorry that I was away because of the injury,” she said. “The only place I could get rid of that was the rehabilitation center, so I lived in the rehabilitation center, and I think that’s why it was less obvious when I came back to the court. I tried to get up to speed quickly in a short period of time. It’s only been three matches, but I don’t think it’s too much to ask.”