Amid unexpected results, PDG Park Ki-deok had a wonderful day.
On the 26th, PDG came from behind to win 51-45 in the final round of the club division 4 of the ‘Natural Healing City Jecheon 2023 National Basketball Court Festival’ held at Semyung High School gymnasium in Jecheon, Chungcheongbuk-do, and held the championship trophy in their arms.
Tournament MVP Park Ki-deok showed off his destructive power under the goal based on his tall height, leading the team to the top with 16 points, 9 rebounds and 3 assists.
Park Ki-duk, whom we met after the game, said, “The team is in their 40s and only 7 participated in this tournament. So Woo-sung could not have imagined. I thought I would go home with 2 losses, but I am happy that I won. seems to have been made,” he said.
He continued, “The opponent is a strong team. Since we are all in a high age range, we played with our seniority. The losing and winning pattern continued throughout the tournament, but it seems that working hard until the end without giving up led to good results.” .
PDG, who gathered to prepare for the tournament, immediately competed in the official game without practicing, and drew the best scenario to climb to the highest place.
Regarding this, Park Ki-duk said, “Everyone is an office worker, and it’s not an environment to practice because they’re not in good shape, so I don’t usually play basketball. That’s all I can say,” he smiled. 바카라
In the club’s fourth division, teams composed of pure non-players competed for supremacy. In sports for life competitions, competitions for pure non-athletes are rare nationwide. In this situation, Park Ki-duk did not forget to thank the Korea Basketball Association for opening a tournament that only non-players could participate in.
“In the past, I often participated in tournaments as a representative of Daegu. However, this is the first time I have participated in a tournament hosted by the Basketball Association. I am very grateful as a basketball fan as the game videos are uploaded in real time and the level of referees has improved. I hope the association will hold more competitions for pure non-athletes.”