South Korean women’s basketball standout Park Ji-soo (KB) was disappointed with her team’s loss to Japan .South Korea lost 58-81 to Japan in the semifinals of the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games on Wednesday at the Hangzhou Olympic Center Stadium in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China .South Korea never led the entire game and went 3-14 from three-point range. Japan shot 44% (14/32) from three-point range, more than double our 20% (3/15).After the game, Park Ji-soo said, “I think we lacked too much, and we lost from willpower.” “We know that Japan’s three-point shot is very good, but it’s a pity that we couldn’t stop it,” he said. “Also, Japan is an internationally competitive team despite their short stature,” he said, adding, “We shouldn’t blame our height, but we should try harder. “Japan’s average height at the tournament was 176 centimeters, shorter than Korea’s 178 centimeters, and the longest player was 185 centimeters. Korea’s longest player is Park Ji-soo, who is 198 centimeters. However, Japan won the silver medal at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics, while Korea lost three games in the group stage, and its hopes of qualifying for the 2024 Paris Olympics were already dashed. “Korea’s basketball strengths were originally speed and three-pointers, but those have become less of a strength,” Park said, adding, “It’s a bit unfortunate that we’re playing only domestically, so we’re falling behind the global trend.” “I don’t have to be nervous anymore, I just have to play my best game, and if all the players do that, I think there will be good results,” he said, adding that he was determined to play smartly against North Korea’s 205-centimeter tall Park Jin-ah, 토토사이트 saying, “I didn’t know much about him, but now that I do, I will play smartly.”

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