Director Kim Wan-soo’s “youngest” Heo Ye-eun…”Step, save me!”

KB Stars won the regular league title after winning 75-29 against Samsung Life Insurance in the “Samsung Life 2021-2022 Women’s Professional Basketball” held at Cheongju Gymnasium in Chungcheongbuk-do on the 22nd. The KB Stars won the championship with 23 wins and 1 loss regardless of the rest of the game.

For the KB Stars, Park Ji-soo suffered from injury, but led the team to the championship with 24 points, while Kim So-dam and Kang Yi-seul also scored 14 points and 12 points, respectively, to help them win.

The KB Stars, who won their fourth regular league title in three years, began a joyful ceremony with Cheongju fans with the trophy. 스포츠토토

The celebration of the championship and the ceremony that began continued to take a commemorative photo in front of the trophy. Since then, the players have performed a ceremony (?) of stepping on the ground after rinsing congratulations to head coach Kim Wan-soo.

Heo Ye-eun, the team’s “youngest-class” performed a ceremony in which she stepped on coach Kim Wan-soo to the end and ran away in a hurry when her eyes met with coach Kim Wan-soo. In response, coach Kim Wan-soo also attempted a timid revenge (?) on the foot of Heo Ye-eun, who was running away.

KB Stars confirmed its first place in 24 games, setting a new record for winning the minimum single league game, and breaking the club’s record of winning the most consecutive games with 14 consecutive wins.

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