Gangnam Samsung youth basketball class left the country to participate in the elite basketball tournament held in Fukuoka, Japan.토토사이트
Gangnam Samsung Youth Basketball Class, led by Director Lee Na-nam, departed for Fukuoka, Japan for a 4-day, 3-night schedule from the 14th to the 18th.
Gangnam Samsung Youth Basketball Class, which is solidifying its position as a youth basketball powerhouse led by Director Lee Na-nam and Coach Choi Wan-seung, received good news from across the sea in Japan around August.
Received an invitation from the Kyushu Basketball Association to the 25th Tokimeki Cup Elite Basketball Tournament. The Tokimeki Cup is the largest club basketball tournament in Kyushu, with 128 teams from the Kyushu region competing for the championship. The winning and runner-up teams in this competition will be given the right to participate in the Asia Youth Basketball Club Championship in January next year.
Gangnam Samsung will compete against the top 23 teams in the Kyushu region. With Director Lee Na-nam and Coach Choi Wan-seung accompanying as guides, a total of 12 players from the Gangnam Samsung U-12 division, including Kang Hyeon-mook, Kim Geon-ho, Kim Geon-hee, Kim Do-yul, Kim Seong-yoon, Kim Yu-chan, Kim Yun-seong, Yang Won-jun, Jang Dong-gyu, Jeong Woo-seok, Jeong Chan-hee, and Cha Eun-hoo, participated in the competition. Athletes participate.
This is quite unusual for a domestic youth basketball club. Through this competition, the aspiring basketball players of Samsung Youth Basketball Class in Gangnam are expected to gain valuable experience by not only promoting basketball exchanges and friendship with the Japanese team, but also receiving direct lessons from Japanese youth coaches.
Lee Na-nam, director of Gangnam Samsung Youth Basketball Class, said, “We were invited to participate in the Tokimeki Cup at the invitation of the Kyushu Basketball Association. The Tokimeki Cup is the largest elite basketball competition in the Kyushu region, and not only elite teams but also club teams participate. “It is quite unusual for a youth basketball club to be invited to an overseas competition. I got to participate in such a large-scale competition representing Korea, and I want to go and have a good experience and come back,” he said, expressing his anticipation, adding, “Japan has recently been attracting a lot of NBA players.
” We heard that the archipelago’s passion for basketball is strong, as it produced a number of players and defeated a European team (Finland) for the first time in Asia at the Basketball World Cup. He also heard that the overall level of basketball in the Kyushu region is high. They say that a team that wins in this region will be the same as dominating the Japanese youth stage. In fact, Japan Jeil High School and Ohori High School, which compete for the championship every year, are also schools in this area.
Gangnam Samsung will compete against the top 23 teams in the Kyushu region. Director Lee Na-nam and coach Choi Wan-seung accompanied the team as guides for this competition. Among them, a total of 12 players from the Gangnam Samsung U-12 division, including Kang Hyun-mook, Kim Geon-ho, Kim Geon-hee, Kim Do-yul, Kim Seong-yoon, Kim Yu-chan, Kim Yun-seong, Yang Won-jun, Jang Dong-gyu, Jeong Woo-seok, Jeong Chan-hee, and Cha Eun-hoo, will participate.
Director Lee Na-nam said, “Actually, the 6th grade children participating in this competition had good grades this year. They have the potential to aim for the championship even if they participate only as a second unit in addition to the starting five players. However, this can cause them to fall into mannerisms and lose interest. “I was worried that it would have a negative impact on my ability to improve, but I gained new motivation,” he said. “Thanks to the Japan Kyushu Basketball Association, I am very happy to have the opportunity to take on a new challenge. We can unleash our passion for basketball in Japan.” “I plan on burning it,” he added.
It is said that the Fukuoka Agency was of great help in being invited to this competition held in Fukuoka.
Director Lee Na-nam said, “Fukuoka Agency, a long-time friend, gave me great help in participating in this competition. I am grateful for their great care. Fukuoka Agency also successfully conducted this competition, building stronger relationships with Japanese teams and forming friendships and friendships. “We are looking forward to building a foundation for cooperation,” he said, thanking the Fukuoka Agency for helping him in many areas in Japan.
Director Lee Na-nam, who puts the safety of the children first and plans to come back after experiencing a lot, said that he will take good care of the children so that the 4-day, 3-night schedule is not wasted, and that he will try to help the children grow by experiencing a lot of Japanese youth basketball. .
Director Lee Na-nam expressed confidence, saying, “As I am competing representing the Korean team, of course I want to achieve good results. I will definitely win the championship and qualify for the Asian competition to be held early next year.”