Seoul Esquire (SK) players Oh Se-geun (36-200 cm) and Kim Sun-hyung (35-187 cm) are classmates at Chung-Ang University. Kim calls him “big brother” because he started playing basketball late and had to sit out his third year of middle school.

During their time at Chung-Ang University, the two contributed to Chung-Ang’s 52-game winning streak, and in their senior year, they led the team to the KU Basketball League championship.
Oh and Kim were the first and second overall picks in the 2011 rookie draft, joining Anyang and ESK side by side. In last season’s championship game, they both had tremendous performances and battled to the seventh game.
However, after the end of last season, Osegun left Anyang Jeonggwanjang, where he played for 11 years, to join ESC, making it 12 years since he and Kim Sun-hyung wore the same jersey. “

We always had fun in college,” Oh said at the signing press conference, “and even though we’re older now, our goal is to be able to play like we did when we were younger,” he said, expressing his excitement for his new teammate. 안전토토사이트

Kim Sun-hyung also posted a photo of himself and Oh Se-geun on his SNS with the caption, “Wearing the same uniform again after 12 years.
However, the start of the season was not as expected.

The team struggled.

There was a lack of chemistry in an attack centered around foreign player Jamil Warney.

After a three-game winning streak to open the season, the Eskies slumped, losing two of their next three games.

On top of that, even Kim Sun-hyung suffered from a calf injury.
However, things changed in the third round.

This was thanks to the addition of Oh Se-geun to the team.

Since the first game of the third round, Eskei has been on a 12-game winning streak.

In that span, Oh is averaging 9.4 points and 6.1 rebounds per game, both above his season averages.

He has scored in double figures in seven of the 12 games, more than half of them.

“I’m trying to play relaxed,” he said in a recent interview.

I definitely feel better than I did at the beginning of the season,” he said, “and I’m slowly integrating into the team.”
Kim Sun-hyung, who missed the last two games due to a calf injury, returned to action against the Changwon Elgee on Sept. 9 and played 9 minutes and 12 seconds to get his bearings.

Despite the injury, he’s still averaging 9.8 points and 4.8 assists per game this season.
The resurgence of Oh Se-geun and Kim Sun-hyung has also tightened the race for the top spot.

Second-place Eskei has 22 wins and 8 losses, narrowing the gap to 2.5 games over leader Wonju Division (DB – 25 wins and 6 losses).

The two teams will face off in the fourth round on April 20.

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