Jeon Seong-hyun, who has emerged as the best shooter in men’s basketball, is called ‘Korean version of Curry’ after the NBA superstar, Stephen Curry. We are running towards the first great record in KBL’s 27-year history.
This is Reporter Lee Jeong-chan.
In the first half of last year, Jeon Seong-hyun’s 3 stores were literally on fire.
[It’s hot. It’s hot.]
He continued to set a new record by making 3-pointers in 72 consecutive games, and for the first time in history, made 3 or more 3-pointers in 16 consecutive games, surpassing ‘Kangaroo Shooter’ Cho Seong-won’s record in 22 years.
Like NBA Curry, he draws an accurate parabolic line without being disturbed even far behind the 3-point line, neutralizing intensive defense. 스포츠토토
[Jeon Seong-hyeon/Carrot Guard: I like the fact that I am setting all the records and breaking them all, and it’s so thrilling.]
The so-called ‘Deep Three’ is shot without hesitation, but the success rate reaches a whopping 43%.
[Jeon Seong-hyeon/Carrot Guard: I was always confident because I polished it while practicing for 5 or 6 years. My body is optimized for shooting. Really.]
He recorded 128 3-pointers in 31 games, and at this rate, 200 in one season, which even legendary legends such as Moon Kyung-eun and Woo Ji-won failed to achieve, is possible.
[Jeon Seong-hyun/Carrot Guard: It’s a record that no one can beat and can’t even break, but I’m greedy for this. 200.]
Jeon Sung-hyun, who is recording an average of 20.3 points per game, challenges the average score of 20 points for domestic players in 12 years since Moon Tae-young.