Park Ji-soo (25), a leading player of the Women’s Professional Basketball (WKBL) Cheongju KB Stars, is expected to be out for the season due to a finger injury.
On the 3rd, the KB club announced that, as a result of a close examination of Park Ji-soo, ligament damage due to dislocation of his left middle finger was found, and he will be on the operating table. Previously, Park Ji-soo injured his finger in a collision with an opponent during a match against Bucheon Hana 1Q on the 1st.
The club said, “I heard that he will undergo surgery next week and that he needs at least four weeks for rehabilitation. I have to watch the progress, but I think it will be difficult to play in the rest of this season.” 토토사이트
Park Ji-soo was the main player who led KB’s combined victory last season. However, due to personal reasons, he was unable to join the team at the beginning of this season, and on December 22 last year, Asan Woori Bank. After returning
, Park Ji-soo played in 9 games and digested an average of 23 minutes and 13 seconds per game, recording 13.8 points, 8.1 rebounds and 2.7 assists, contributing to the team’s upward trend.
However, as Park Ji-soo left the KB A dark cloud hung over KB’s entry into the playoffs, as KB is 3.5 games behind 4th place Incheon Shinhan Bank, the last line to advance into the playoffs, and now has only 8 games left.