KB Stars emergency, Park Ji-soo diagnosed with dislocation of left finger… “Reexamination after the edema disappears”
A red flag was turned on for Cheongju KB Stars’ playoff (PO) challenge. ‘National Treasure Center’ Park Ji-soo (25, 193 cm) was diagnosed with a dislocated finger. 메이저놀이터
A KB Stars official said on the 2nd, “Park Ji-soo was diagnosed with a dislocated left middle finger as a result of the examination. He received the same findings from all three hospitals.” Park Ji-soo injured his finger during the third quarter of a home game against Bucheon Hana 1Q on the 1st and left the court. He returned with half a cast on after treatment at the hospital, and KB Stars coach Kim Wan-soo gave a gloomy expression, saying, “I suspect a dislocation.” The results of the detailed examination the next day (2nd) were not significantly different.
Park Ji-soo has been away since the start of this season to receive treatment for panic disorder. KB Stars collapsed with 2 wins and 11 losses in 13 games played without Park Ji-soo. However, in the 9 games played after Park Ji-soo returned, he took 6 wins (3 losses) and showed a different performance. Park Ji-soo played an average of 23 minutes and 13 seconds in 9 games after returning, recording 13.78 points, 8.1 rebounds and 2.7 assists.
His presence under the goal was considerable, but the effect of increasing scoring opportunities for Kang I-seul and Kim Min-jung, who had excellent shooting skills, was also significant as Park Ji-soo assisted defense. As a result, Woori Bank in Asan, Yongin Samsung Life Insurance, and Shinhan Bank in Incheon, which are competing with KB Stars for PO, were very wary of KB Stars’ rise. Park Ji-soo’s presence alone made the opposing team feel a great sense of intimidation.
However, if Park Ji-soo leaves, the gap will widen. Despite the loss against Hana One Q on the 1st, Park Ji-su left the court in the middle of the 3rd quarter due to a finger injury. Another big man, Park Ji-eun, was sent out to try to hold on somehow, but the vacancy of Park Ji-soo, who expanded the attack route by crossing the bottom of the goal and the middle range, was too great.
KB Stars has only 8 games left. It is expected that Park Ji-soo will be difficult to play in the away game against Woori Bank on the 5th. An official from KB Stars said, “I don’t think it will be easy to play in the Woori Bank match.” After the edema disappears, you should have a re-examination,” he explained.