LG coach Cho Sang-hyeon, the twin commanders of professional basketball, and Hyundai Mobis coach Cho Dong-hyun had their first confrontation over the selection of new players.

Correspondent Lee Jeong-chan reported.


The 'twin brothers' who played for the same team and led the golden age of Yonsei University in the 90s during their school days always met as enemies in the professional world.

[Sang-hyeon Cho / Yonsei University (1999): I will show you a game where we do our best without brothers and sisters on each team.]

23 years ago, when my older brother Jo Sang-hyeon was nominated for Gold Bank as the 1st overall, and my younger brother Dong-hyun Cho was nominated for Daewoo as the 8th. He fought a battle for self-esteem.

And this season, as the new managers of LG and Hyundai Mobis side by side, they had their first 'fight for numbers' in the rookie draft.

[Jo Dong-hyun/Hyundai Mobis Manager: How about (Kim) Tae-wan?]

[Cho Sang-hyun/LG Manager: I'm worried.]

[Cho Dong-hyun/Hyundai Mobis Manager: (If Cho Dong-hyun is the first place?) I'm Yang Jun-seok]

1st overall Director Cho Sang-hyun, who has the nomination right,

[Sang-hyun Cho / LG Director: Yonsei University, Jun-seok Yang]

As expected of his younger brother, Yang Jun-seok was called the 'biggest fish' Yang Jun-seok, and his younger brother chose Kim Tae-wan, a guard at Korea University, as the 5th overall. reinforced.

Starting with the cup competition that kicks off this weekend, the brothers, who will fight for strategy, vowed to compete in good faith.

[Sang-Hyun Cho/LG Director: Mobis was a team in the semifinals last season, and we did not play basketball in spring, so we worked hard anyway.


Because it is a meticulously prepared style, I think director Jo Sang-hyun will do well.]

(Video coverage: Jang Woon-seok, video editing: Oh Young-taek, CG: Kang Kyung-rim)