Liv Sandbox coach Yoo Sang-wook picked ‘Static LeBlanc’ as the winning card against OK Savings Bank Brion. Liv Sanbak escaped from a losing streak thanks to Lee “Closer” Lee Joo-hyeon, who played Static LeBlanc, in the third set.스포츠토토
Liv Sanbak won OK Savings Bank 2-1 in the 3rd week of the 2023 ‘LoL Champions Korea (LCK)’ spring season regular league held at the LCK Arena in Jongno-gu, Seoul on the 21st. With the victory on this day, he escaped from a losing streak and recorded 2 wins and 3 losses (-3). OK Savings Bank ranked 9th with 1 win and 4 losses (-5).
Coach Yoo, who attended the press conference after the game, said, “It’s fortunate that we broke the losing streak.” He said, “With today’s victory as an opportunity, I want to continue my winning streak in the future.” I will return to the practice room and take a look at this part.”
Coach Yoo selected Static LeBlanc as the key champion of the match, and revealed that he had been planning a ban-pick based on this. He said, “The most important thing in today’s game was static’s dagger,” he said.
Liv Sanbak rated Static LeBlanc just as highly as Nico, the OP champ. On this day, when the opponent induced 1st pick Nico, Liv Sanbak passed it to the opponent without choosing first. Director Yoo evaluated the confrontation between the two champions as “a matchup with something to say.”
Also, “Nico is comparable to Static LeBlanc if you can handle it well,” but “After playing 1 or 2 sets today, I thought it would be better to build a combination with Static LeBlanc rather than Nico. I thought I could play more active and initiative.”
Even though the team broke a losing streak, coach Yoo seldom smiled. At the end of the interview, he said, “Even though I won today, I saw a lot of shortcomings. I will fix my shortcomings as much as possible,” he said, “I will definitely catch the next game, Hanwha Life Esports.”