The hottest player in professional basketball this season is by far Goyang Carrot Jeon Seong-hyeon (31‧188.6cm). Reborn as a shooter representing the league with his skills in full bloom at KGC, he continued to shoot 3-pointers every game as if his fingertips were on fire, even after moving to Carrot. As a result, they are summoning all-time shooters such as Choong-hee Lee, Kyung-eun Moon, and Seong-won Cho, beyond the current best.
Most surprising of all is the fact that, unlike the KGC days, the number of points scored has not decreased even in situations where the help of colleagues is not greatly appreciated. As the team’s main gun, he is under intensive control in every game, but he is surprising the surroundings with steady performance. Even coach Kim Seung-gi, who is stingy with praise, is repeatedly giving high praise, and other team heads are also sticking out their tongues, saying, “I hope that the condition is bad, but I can’t stop it with normal defense.”
As evidenced by this, he is very active with an average of 19.89 points (2nd overall), 2.91 assists, 2.11 rebounds and 1.06 steals in 35 games. Even more frightening is the fact that the 3-point success rate reaches 41.96% even under such circumstances. If Carrot makes the playoffs, it’s clear that he’s a strong MVP candidate. He, who thrilled basketball fans like this, greatly disappointed the fans who were rooting for him in the match against Suwon kt.
Was he angry with Jeong Seong-woo (29‧178cm) who defended him tenaciously throughout the game? He did something he shouldn’t have done even considering that. The incident occurred late in the second quarter. Jeong Seong-woo, who was running around the court like crazy, intercepted the ball from Jeon Seong-hyun who was trying to receive a pass from the outskirts and ran. Jeon Seong-hyun hurriedly followed, but it was already a no-mark chance. In an instant, something unbelievable happened. 메이저놀이터
Jeon Seong-hyun, who thought he couldn’t do it, pushed Jung Sung-woo’s back as he tried to make a layup. Jung Sung-woo, who lost his balance in the air, fell off the court to the camera. It was a situation that could have led to serious injuries.
Even if you concede 100 times and commit a serious foul in a moment of excitement, it is right to take a gesture of apology after worrying about the opponent’s injury. It is because the process and severity of the foul were too severe for him to pass it off as his desire to win. Even after that, Jeon Seong-hyun continued to look at Jung Sung-woo with a mocking face. To someone who did not know the situation, it seemed as if Jeon Seong-hyun had been fouled.
Jeon Seong-hyun’s incomprehensible behavior is boiling over each basketball community at once. Both the process of the foul and the handling afterward were the worst, and the voice of disappointment and anger is growing in that the player who did such a thing was Jeon Seong-hyun, a KBL representative player this season. Even the devoted fans who usually support him are turning their backs, saying, “I can’t take sides with this in any way.”
Due to the nature of the event, where physical fights and violent situations often occur, excessive fouls may occur during the game. Fans know this, so it’s easy to pass on a certain level of rough foul. The problem is a dangerous foul that violates the spirit of partnership or a follow-up that is difficult to understand. The reason Jeon Seong-hyeon’s behavior towards Jung Sung-woo is problematic is that it applies to both.
It is a foul that can be committed several times during the game, but if it is judged that the degree has crossed the line, the image of the player can change to a bad side in an instant. Jung Jae-geun, who elbowed Park Sung-hoon in the chin and forced him to undergo surgery, Kim Seong-chul, who hit Ki Seung-ho in the face with his elbow, and Aaron Haynes, who pushed Kim Min-goo from behind, fall into this category.
It takes a long time to build a good image, but it takes a moment to destroy it. There may be many difficulties as an individual Jeon Seong-hyun, such as the stress of continued intensive checks and the burden of being the team ace, but even so, this action against Jung Sung-woo can never be justified. Although he has already spilled water, he must not forget his sincere apology and deep remorse.