Hanul Construction also won the 2nd round of the KXO 3×3 Seoul Tour…Substitute Jung Heung-joo MVP

Hanul Construction won the second round of the Korea 3×3 Basketball Federation (KXO) and continued winning this season in a row.스포츠토토 The round ended without incident despite bad weather. 

KXO had to deal with a difficult schedule due to the misrepresentation of the weather by the Korea Meteorological Administration throughout the weekend. The Korea Meteorological Administration predicted that it would rain throughout the morning and afternoon of the 10th until the evening of the 9th (Friday). On the 10th, KXO’s preliminaries moved to Sporound (indoor gym) in Namyangju to hold the tournament. On the 11th, the final tournament was held in the special court of Gwangmyeong Speedome, the largest dome in Korea and the most beautiful dome stadium, amid the interest of the citizens of Gwangmyeong City. 

NSBC (U18 Division), Sports & Co (Men’s Open Division), and Hanul Construction (KXO League) lifted the championship trophy in this tournament, which was held in three categories: U18 Division, Men’s Open Division, and KXO League. 

In the second round of the KXO League, which drew the most attention, Hanul Construction stood tall once again following the first round. Hanul Engineering & Construction, whose main gun Seong-yoon Bang was sidelined due to injury, managed to win consecutive championships by defeating Hongcheon Epin, which Rae-hoon Park played a big part in, thanks to the hard work of guards such as Ryu Kyung-shik and Lee Seung-bae and the performance of substitute player Jung Heung-ju. 

Hanul Construction occupied an advantageous position in securing the right to participate in the FIBA ​​3×3 Hongcheon Challenger 2023 given to the top 4 teams in the KXO League. ‘Heavenly Inje’, which is evaluated for its winning power, failed to show their skills this round due to players’ injuries. 

In the men’s open general division, the veteran Kim Sang-hoon and young blood Choi Young-heon played a big role, and Sports & Co. succeeded in winning the KXO Men’s Open for the second consecutive time. Sports & Co, which won the Hoengseong Tour Men’s Open in Hoengseong last April, won the Men’s Open in this tournament as well.

NSBC, where Isaak Kim, who recently stood out on the U18 stage, played a big role once again, won another championship by easily beating RBX’s pursuit. Isaac Kim was reborn as the best player in the U18 division of the tournament, winning the top scorer and 2-point shot in the U18 division. 

Meanwhile, KXO, which held the first 3×3 competition in Korea at Gwangmyeong Speedome, confirmed and announced the holding of the ‘FIBA 3×3 Hongcheon Challenger 2023’ in October. The FIBA ​​3×3 Hongcheon Challenger 2023 is in conjunction with the ‘2023 Hongcheon Ginseng and Korean Beef Festival’ and plans to develop it into a local event representing Hongcheon. 

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