“Psychological strain? NO!” Gasworks-centric Nicholson’s relaxed response

Andrew Nicholson (34, 206 cm) toppled SK. His interview was as relaxed as his play.

Daegu KOGAS’s Andrew Nicholson led the team to an 88-75 victory over Seoul SK in the 2023-2024 Korean Basketball Organization (KOBO) championship game at Jamsil Student Gymnasium 현금홀덤사이트 on Feb. 22.

Speaking after the game, Nicholson said, “It’s a great win. Even though we were missing two players, everyone stepped up to the plate. Coach did a great job of preparing us, so we tried to follow his game plan.”

For the game, Nicholson finished with 33 points, nine rebounds, and three assists in 24 minutes and 14 seconds. He did not play the fourth quarter. He scored 14 points in the first quarter to help the team take the lead and continued to score inside and out. As the centerpiece of the team, he had many roles and offensive patterns.

“In my 12-year career, I’ve been given similar assignments,” Nicholson said. I don’t feel like there’s a lot of pressure because it comes from practicing every day,” he said.

Nicholson has been a solid scorer this season, averaging 23.1 points in 32 games. Nicholson’s offense has been at its best since he was rushed into the team at the start of the season when Isaiah Hicks went down with an injury.

“The coach’s tactics are the biggest factor. He’s got an efficient game plan for positioning, movement, and my play, so I think it’s paying off.”

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