Shin Young- seok (37, KEPCO) is a player who best fits the position name of ‘middle blocker’.
As of the 18th, Shin Young-seok is ranked first in the men’s professional volleyball team with 1102 blocks in his personal career. He played 387 games, 80 fewer games than Lee Seon
-gyu (42, retired), who ranked second in this category (1056) , but his total number of blocks was 46 more. Even this season, as of the 18th, he maintains the top spot in this category with 0.779 blocks per set. If the season ends like this, Shin Young-seok will leave his name as No. 1 in blocking for six consecutive seasons after the 2017-2018 season.
When blocking occurs during a professional volleyball game, there are times when the official scorer of the Korea Volleyball Federation (KOVO) records a ‘blocking assist’.
Blocking assist basically goes to the player who jumped with the player who succeeded in blocking.
In the case of one-person blocking, of course, no player records a blocking assist, and in the case of three-person blocking, the scorer selects one player who has a higher blocking contribution as the record hero.
The player who helped Shin Young-seok the most to take the top spot in blocking this season (as you can see from the title and photo) is Thais (32, Netherlands). 바카라
While Shin Young-seok scored 86 points with blocking, Thais recorded a total of 20 blocking assists.
Shin Young-seok is not the only one who saw the ‘Tice Effect’.
When Tais was in the front line, KEPCO recorded a total of 142 blocks, 61.4% more than 88 in the back line.
No other team foreign player has ever raised the blocking like this.
Could it be that Thais had a particularly high rate of playing in the avant-garde?
To date, there have been a total of 1851 rallies with Thais in the front, more than when they were in the back or off the court (1962).
Combining the 28 times that Thais recorded blocking and Shin Young-seok recorded blocking assists, this KEPCO combination combined blocking a total of 48 times.
This is, of course, the most in the league.
Korean Air’s Kim Gyu- min (33) and Jung Ji- seok (28) followed closely behind with a total of 44 times.
Except for these two combinations, there are no two players who have combined blocking more than 30 times.
Instead, at Hyundai Capital, Oreoll ( 37, Cuba) -Park Sang- ha (37), Jeon Kwang-in (32) -Choi Min -ho (35), and Oreol – Choi Min -ho were named in the top 5.
The all-time first place in the men’s division was the Hyundai Capital Kwon Young -min (43, current KEPCO manager) -Lee Seon -kyu combination, who combined blocking a total of 176 times.
The Korean Air Jin Sang-heon (37, OK Financial Group)-Han Seon- seon ( 38) combination recorded 10 fewer records than the Hyundai Capital combination.
The third place is the combination of Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance Heejin Koh (43, current KGC Ginseng Corporation director) and Choi Tae- woong (47, current manager of Hyundai Capital).
Coach Choi recorded 94 blockings with the help of coach Koh, but only 58 times coach Koh received help from coach Choi.
On the other hand, the 4th place Kwak Seung-seok-Jin Sang-heon paired 74th and 73rd, only one difference.
As of this season, the player with the most blocking assists is Choi Min -ho (55), and Kim Gyu -min is second with a difference of one.
Next , Kim Min- jae (20, Korean Air) ranked 3rd with 43, Lee Sang -hyun (24, Woori Card) 4th with 38, and Park Jin- woo (33, KB Insurance) 5th with 31. Ha Hyun- yong
(41, Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance), who holds the record for first place in blocking assists, has helped other players block a total of 889 times so far this season. Continuing , Shin Young- seok is second with 822, and Lee Seon -gyu is third with 743. In 4th place was ‘Dr. Yoon’ Bong-woo Yoon (41) with 720 blocking assists, and in 5th place was Jin Sang-heon (594).