Lee Kyu-tae, who led the come-from-behind victory with 12 points in the 4th quarter “I lacked concentration until the 3rd quarter”

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Lee Gyu-tae (20, 199cm) filled the void left 크크크벳by his best friend Kim Bo-bae and led a come-from-behind victory.

Lee Kyu-tae contributed to the team’s 84-79 victory by scoring 14 points and 9 rebounds in the 2023 KUSF College Basketball U-League match against Hanyang University held at the Yonsei University Sinchon Campus Gymnasium on the 26th.

On this day, Yonsei University recorded a poor rebound (29-34) and solved the game with difficulty. In particular, they recorded 7 turnovers in the 3rd quarter and started the 4th quarter behind by 14 points. After trailing by 17 points at the beginning of the 4th quarter, Yonsei University made a come-from-behind victory with Lee Kyu-tae making two crucial 3-pointers.

Regarding this, Gyu-tae Lee said, “I should have focused on playing the game after a long time due to the midterm exam, but I couldn’t concentrate from the beginning. Still, it’s good because he showed concentration from the 4th quarter and won,” he said, expressing his feelings about the come-from-behind victory.

Lee Gyu-tae, who only scored 2 points until the 3rd quarter, showed his concentration by scoring 12 points only in the 4th quarter. Regarding this, “I had a foul trouble early until the 3rd quarter and it was mentally difficult, but in the 4th quarter the coach told me to be confident because it’s okay, so I think my concentration came out,” he looked back on the game.

Meanwhile, Yonsei University’s Kim Bo-bae was sidelined due to a groin injury. Regarding Kim Bo-bae’s colon, Lee Gyu-tae said, “(Kim) Bo-bae and I have been working together since first grade, so we trust each other and get along well. There is definitely no treasure, so it is a little burdensome.”


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