Park Gyu-min dreams of the day when his shot goes off the rim.
Assists, which is working on the Assist For Youth project for the development of youth basketball in Korea in 2022, has been working steadily with global sports brand Wilson.
Assist, along with Wilson, selects and introduces one basketball class youth every Monday to join Up For You. With this project, we hope that hope will be planted again in youth who have not received attention because many competitions have not been held due to the Corona 19 incident.
The 44th character selected for Wilson X Weekly for You is Park Gyu-min, who is diligently growing in YKK basketball class in Wonju. 온라인카지노
Park Gyu-min started playing basketball at YKK in Wonju at the age of 9. He said, “I was playing basketball with my friends, and it was fun, so I wanted to learn it properly. I came to the basketball class and learned it, and it was more fun than I thought, so now I’m going to have a competition.”
Park Gyu-min, who has grown steadily with basketball, also participated in the 3rd Wilson Cup 2023 Assist Youth Basketball Tournament held in Cheongju, Chungcheongbuk-do on the 15th.
Park Gyu-min, who is going up to the 6th grade of Bangok Elementary School this year, once again gained energy for growth by bumping into his older brothers who are going to middle school in this competition.
Looking back at the tournament, Park Gyu-min said, “I think my skills have improved a lot compared to before, but it was regrettable that I lost the last game. Still, I think my pass play went well, and I thought I should try harder to grab the rebound.”
Continuing to learn with an active will to grow gave me confidence. Park Gyu-min said, “I am most confident in shooting and breaking through. If the opponent’s defense is not very big, I can break through. Shooting accuracy is low, so I try to practice more.”
Park Gyu-min takes Heo Hoon, one of KBL’s stars, as his role model. Finally, Park Gyu-min said, “I really want to resemble Heo Hoon, who is good at shooting and breaking through. So, someday, I want to hear praise for shooting a shot really well.”