Interview with SK’s Osegun Oh and Il-Young Heo on the return of Ahn Young-Joon

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Seoul SK won 76-74 against Daegu KOGAS in the 2023-2024 regular season of the Korean Basketball Association on Saturday at Daegu Gymnasium. With the win, SK moved into a tie for fourth place with LG with a 5-4 record, while the loss dropped KOGAS 토토사이트 to the bottom of the standings with a six-game losing streak (1-8).

In the starting lineup, Oh had nine points and seven rebounds in 24 minutes and 32 seconds.

“The first game of the second round was a tough one, but I’m glad we won,” Oh said after the game.

SK will welcome back Ahn Young-jun after his military service on April 18 against Suwon KT.

“He’s a player with good individual ability. When (Ahn) comes back, it’s a big boost for the team,” he said, adding, “I’ll do my best to show my best.”

Similarly, Heo Il-young, who started the game, contributed six points (seven rebounds and one steal) in 26 minutes and 27 seconds, all on free throws.

“It’s my first time traveling overseas (during the season) and I’d be lying if I said it wasn’t hard, but I have to do it,” Heo said, adding, “I’m going to do my best in every game.” He spoke about the parallel regular season and EASL.

He also expressed his excitement about Ahn’s return, saying, “He’s a plus for the team because he has the ability to play offense and defense.”

SK will look to make it two wins in a row when they travel to Suwon KT on Nov. 18.

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