As of the 7th, Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance in the V-League men’s division is at the bottom of the regular league. But there are also positive aspects. It gets better with each round. After recording 1 win and 5 losses in the 1st and 2nd rounds, respectively, 2 wins and 4 losses in the 3rd and 4th rounds. And he was excited by winning both of his 2 matches in the 5th round.
The relative performance is also gradually balancing. The teams that never won until the 3rd round were Woori Card, Korean Air, and Hyundai Capital, but they recently won two consecutive wins against Woori Card, and even took the lead Korean Air. The only team left now is Hyundai Capital, which suffered 4 losses.
In particular, the 5th round Korean Air match (7th) was a bout that showed the potential of Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance. At the end of the deuce, I gave up the first game and even lost the second set and was driven to the edge of the cliff, but 먹튀검증I succeeded in reversing by dragging it to the full set. The early days of giving up easily disappeared. Instead, the tenacious fighting spirit revived and the first three wins of the season were won. On the other hand, Korean Air suffered its first three consecutive losses after the opening, as foreign player Lincoln, who showed symptoms of enteritis, and outside hitter (left) Kwak Seung-seok, who suffered a calf injury, were absent.
The main character of the game on this day is Ikbairi, a foreign player. They scored 34 points, the most of both teams. Outside hitter Kim Jeong-ho contributed with 19 points. Setter Hogan Lee led the team to victory with stable game management. there is another Middle blocker (center) Kim Jun-woo with 11 points including 3 blocks. While scoring his fifth double-digit score this season, he played an active role with an attack success rate of 63.64% and an attack share of 9.65%.
Kim Jun-woo (23), who wore the Samsung Fire & Marine uniform with the 3rd pick in the 1st round of the rookie draft this season, has established himself as a starter. He was recognized as a possibility early enough to start in the first game of the season. This is thanks to the active help of Samsung Fire & Marine Manager Kim Sang-woo, who dominated an era as the best middle blocker in Korea as a player. He often played games, adding fun rather than fear, and as he enjoyed the game, he gained confidence. It is not easy for a rookie to stand out as a central striker, but Kim Jun-woo overcame that difficulty and developed a presence.
He leads the record among rookies. He ranked 7th in blocking (0.539 per set) and 8th in fast break (53.23% success rate) with 143 points in 25 matches. Along with Hyundai Capital setter Lee Hyeon-seung (22), he is a strong candidate for the Rookie of the Year award, but Kim Jun-woo is one step ahead.
Kim Jun-woo also did not hide his greed for the rookie award. In a broadcast interview after the game, he said, “A lot of people around me are cheering me on. He expressed his determination, saying, “I will show a better performance in the remaining 10 games so that I can receive good results.”