The Busan KCC Aegis won the KBL championship for the first time in 13 years. Even though they are traveling around without a day off, it’s a happy distress.

KCC held the ‘Busan KCC Aegis Fan Festa for the 2023-2024 Season’ at 2 p.m. on the 15th at Sajik Indoor Gymnasium in Busan. The event was attended by head coach Jeon Chang-jin, coach Lee Sang-min, and 10 players, including captain Jung Chang-young, Heo Woong, Choi Jun-yong, and Ra Gun-ah.

The event was organized for KCC’s Busan fans who had to watch the championship game victory from afar. KCC defeated the Suwon KT Sonic Boom 4 games to 1 in the best-of-seven series of the 2023-2024 KBL Championship Finals, which concluded on May 5, 카지노사이트 to lift the trophy.

This is the sixth championship in the franchise’s history, and the first in 13 years since the 2010-11 season. For Busan Prospos, it was the first time in 27 years since the Busan Kia Enterprise of the KBL and the Daewoo Royals of the K League Busan in 1997. It was also the first time in KBL history that a team finished fifth in the regular season.

KCC has been busy since winning the title. Starting with the championship celebration, the team has been doing interviews, appearing on TV shows, and filming commercials. It’s even busier than during the season. With such a demanding schedule, the players don’t even have time to rest.

One such example is He Wong, 31, the team’s most popular star. “I’m worried because I have a full schedule every day,” he told reporters after the fan festival. I don’t have any time to exercise,” he said. “I haven’t taken a day off since the end, so I think I need to coordinate and focus on exercise. I think I need to organize my schedule well,” he confessed.

This was echoed by head coach Jeon Chang-jin (61). “It’s a happy problem for us,” he said, “but we’ve been traveling like this for events.” He added, “I’m worried because the players don’t have time to rest. Summer training is also a problem,” he added.

However, the event with the fans was fun for everyone. Former coach Song Kyo-chang was subjected to the “Song armbar” that made headlines when he won the championship, and he took the microphone and sang “Thank God” for the transfer to cheers. Heo Woong also entertained the fans by singing his own cheer (FT Ireland’s “Handsome vs Pretty”) with Choi Joon-yong.

“I’ve been a coach for quite a while, but I’ve never experienced this kind of celebration,” he said, adding, “I think Busan is great and KCC fans are great.” He was especially touched by the “thank you” he received from the fans when he high-fived them after the event. “It was heartwarming. It was heartwarming to hear them say that back to me, and it made me realize that I really need to work harder,” he said.

“It was the first time we won the championship, but I didn’t expect the fan meeting to be so big,” Heo said. “I felt that basketball is loved and our team is loved. If we can have more fans who have worked hard and earned results, and show a great performance, it will be a fun game.”

The event in Busan is not expected to end there. “If we didn’t win the championship and didn’t have any events, we would have come to Busan to have a good time,” Jeon said, adding, “I think the club will schedule it after the tournament and rest.”

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