A 2nd grader in elementary school running around with his 6th grade brothers on fire

 It is possible to스포츠토토 feel intimidated among the energetic hyungs, but he didn’t show that at all.

On the 14th, at the Wolgye-gu Sports Center in Nowon-gu, Seoul, the U12 Division of Youth and Youth Club League in the eastern part of Seoul was held with a number of basketball classes participating.

Among them, Park Ji-ho (Baekbongcho 2), a sophomore belonging to high school sports, showed his presence among older brothers who were taller than him.

Park Ji-ho expressed his excitement, saying, “This is my second time participating in the tournament. It was difficult to fight with his brothers, but it was still fun.”

Park Ji-ho, who said that the layup shot is still difficult, expressed regret, saying, “It was a pity that I couldn’t score a lot. It is still difficult to shoot the layup.”

In terms of basketball skills, he is still far behind his older brothers, but his passion on the court is second to none. Park Ji-ho seemed to be trying to win at least one more ball by running around the court without rest until the buzzer sounded for the end of the game.

The late sports coach Nam Min-hyung, who is instructing Park Ji-ho, said, “It can be scary to fight with older brothers who are taller than you, but there is nothing intimidating at all. He has a more mature side than his peers. Jiho’s passion for basketball is so hard that even his hyungs acknowledge it.”

When asked when he started playing basketball, Park Ji-ho said, “I started playing basketball with my dad when I was 7 years old.”

When asked what skill he wanted to be best at, he scratched his head as if embarrassed and answered “legs through” in a small voice. Finally, Park Ji-ho said, “I want to do well in the leg-through. He concluded the interview by saying, “I will practice my dribbling and layup a lot and become a great player like Jordan.”

On the other hand, the i-League is a project to expand and revitalize the base of basketball as a sport for life. It is hosted by the Korea Sports Association, supervised by the Korea Basketball Association and each local government basketball association, and sponsored by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the National Sports Promotion Corporation. Entering its second year, this year, the association that manages the league will establish a closer cooperative relationship with the local basketball associations in each city and province to create conditions for more youngsters in more regions to come together.

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