Park Ji-soo, even more amazing, 700 assists

Park Ji-soo took the lead in Cheongju KB’s 84-63 victory with 31 points, 16 rebounds, 5 assists, and 1 block against Incheon Shinhan Bank at Incheon Dowon Gymnasium on the 15th.

Park Ji-soo added one block to fill 400 blocks.

The 400 block mark is the fourth record in the history of regular league players, the youngest player (9140 days, 25 years, 0 months and 9 days) and the shortest number of games (190 games). The previous records are 10,903 days for Lee Jong-ae (10 months and 4 days for 29 years) and 197 games.

In men’s professional basketball, Kim Joo-sung has 1,037 regular league blocks. It is one of the records that will not be broken, as it is unrivaled more than the 675 blocks of second-place Ra Gun-ah.

Kim achieved 400 blocks in 189 games. Park is one game slower than Kim.

Park Ji-soo could have tied with Kim Joo-sung if he added one block in the match against Bucheon Hana One Q on the 13th.

Even so, the gap is just one game away. Park Ji-soo is building blocks that much faster.

Considering women’s professional basketball without foreign players, Park Ji-soo boasts an unrivaled height. Blocks and rebounds may be records that will naturally follow.

Park added five assists on the day, accurately matching the 700 assists in her career. It was her 29th in history.

Three players who exceeded 700 assists at a younger age than Park Ji-soo are Lee Kyung-eun (8,932 days, 24 years, 5 months and 13 days), Park Hye-jin (8,952 days, 24 years, 6 months and 2 days), and Ahn Hye-ji (9026 days, 24 years, 8 months and 18 days).

Four players, including Kim Ji-yoon (101 games), Jeon Ju-won (115 games), Jeong Seon-min (156 games), and Ahn Hye-ji (165 games), have achieved 700 assists with fewer games than Park Ji-soo.

Park Ji-soo, a big man, is younger than most guards and has reached 700 assists with fewer games.

Park Ji-soo’s total score of 3,055 is 31st. The cumulative assist ranking is higher than the scoring ranking.

Park Ji-soo is recognized as the best player because he is tall and not only scores, rebounds, and blocks well, but also has the ability to pass through numerous checks and save his teammates


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