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Yannis: Shanxi always keeps the rhythm of attack mode is not good for us

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Original title: Yannis: Shanxi always maintains the attack mode such a rhythm is not good for us

On the evening of January 2nd, Beijing time, the CBA regular season of the 2021-22 season continued the 17th round of competition. 15.6 seconds before the end, Ge Zhaobao hit a key layup, Shanxi Fenjiu Men’s Basketball Team defeated Beijing Shougang Men’s Basketball Team 118-112 after four quarters, winning 6 consecutive victories; Beijing team suffered 2 consecutive losses.

Shougang coach Yannis said after the game: “Today our opponent is a very confident team in the game. At the same time, they have a lot of excellent pitchers on the offensive end and can open up the space on the court. Faced with this kind of opponent. , The rhythm of the game is very unfavorable for us.”

In this game, Shougang did not play a signature defense, but fell into the rhythm of attacking Shanxi. Originally, the team averaged only 85.06 points per game. Today, Shanxi directly scored 118 points. After the game, a reporter asked about this. Is his performance forced or deliberately arranged by the coaching staff.

Although Yannis did not answer directly, he can still tell from the words that Shougang was chaotic by Shanxi’s rhythm: “We are very familiar with our own strengths and weaknesses, so we can notice that this rhythm is unfavorable, and our opponents always keep attacking. The model brings us a lot of trouble.”

Shougang’s recent two losing streaks were all losses at the last moment. Yannis’ answer to this was: “The game is a multi-round contest. We also have the opportunity to expand the score advantage. The choice of shots at critical moments is not very correct.”Return to Sohu to see more


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