A Dancing Scolding the Coach Korea-Japan Exchange All-star Game Full of Topics

The women’s professional basketball All-Star Game stage was a hot topic.

The players danced happily, the coach got scolded, and Japanese players also participated and shared friendship. 바카라사이트닷컴

The All-Star Game kicked off in front of a packed crowd of 2,300 people.

As the game began, the players brought laughter to the court with various ceremonies.

Coaches were also called to the court.

Coach Wi Sang-woo, famous as a tiger coach, was scolded by the players who turned into coaches.

[Kim Dan-bi / Pink Star: Hey, Park Ji-hyun and Wi Sang-woo are holes in defense. Do it one-on-one~]

[Kim Jeong-eun / Blue Star: I don’t want to do it, director. Come out, come out, if you’re going to do that, go home]

Coach Lim Geun-bae, the oldest coach wearing tight-fitting uniforms, and coach Park Jeong-eun, the only female coach, showed off their 3-point shooting skills just as good as when they were players.

The game, which was progressing somewhat loosely, caught fire with 5 minutes left in the fourth quarter.

Jinan’s consecutive scores gave Blue Star a fierce chase, but Pink Star responded with consecutive 3-pointers and won by two points.

Park Ji-soo, who ran the length and breadth of the court with three-point shots, exciting celebrations, and even attempted dunks, received MVP honors.

[Jisoo Park / Pink Star, MVP: Of course, I thought Jihyun would be the MVP because she was 1st in the All-Star (voting) and I thought she showed that well as she was 1st, so anyway, thank you so much for giving it to me and it’s a nice day. .]

Rookie players from Korea and Japan played a friendly match as a pre-event, and Japan’s Kasagi won the 3-point shot contest, defeating Kang I-seul and Lee So-hee, who were trying to win their fourth consecutive title.

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