Teddy
Park Jin-seong 
South Korea
Jin Air Green Wings
Leads JAG in kills while playing mages
July 12, 2018
Teddy ended Thursday's sweep of BBQ with a 5/0/5 total KDA.
ANALYSIS
Teddy finished Game 1 with a 1/0/3 KDA as Swain. He was involved in four of eight kills, tying for the second-highest assist total in the opening game. In Game 2, Teddy used Ryze and earned a 4/0/2 KDA. He was involved in six of eight kills, leading JAG with four kills. Teddy was unkillable in the series, being involved in 10 of 16 kills while leading JAG with five kills.
Brings damage in loss
June 30, 2018
Teddy put together a rough series during Jin Air Green Wings' 2-0 loss to Gen.G on Friday, finishing with a 3/7/4.
ANALYSIS
Teddy started the series well enough on Vladimir as he brought the damage during the early teamfights that gave Jin Air a shot at victory. As the game progressed, though, his impact wavered quite a bit. This continued on into the second game where his Ashe pretty much had no impact whatsoever. He had no kills while dying four times. Jin Air needs to figure something out here or risk the season completely slipping away from them.
Invisible in loss
June 24, 2018
Teddy went 0/3/10 during Jin Air Green Wings' 2-0 loss to SKT on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
While Teddy might have managed eight assists in Game 2, he was virtually invisible from start to finish in this series. He played Vladimir in Game 1 and Lucian in Game 2, never finding a kill on either champion. With Bange being such a presence for SKT, Teddy looked even worse in comparison as he floundered his way through the series.
Irelia carry not enough to extend series
June 18, 2018
Teddy earned a 4/5/5 KDA in the Jin Air Green Wings' series loss to Hanwha Life eSports on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
Teddy stuck to the traditional marksman AD carry Lucian in Game 1 but really didn't have much of an impact. He got a little gank help from the mid lane early but it wasn't enough to help him maintain lane pressure. JAG's early lead quickly fell apart in the second half as Teddy and crew got torn apart in teamfights. Game 2 fared a little better for Teddy as his Irelia finished with a 3/2/1 KDA. The laning phase went relatively smoothly for Teddy as he scaled nicely into the late game. However, Teddy was the only one finding kills in the second half as JAG lost engages and objectives.
Unkillable in easy series
March 7, 2018
Teddy ended JAG's 2-0 win over KDM with a 6/0/14 total KDA.
ANALYSIS
Teddy finished Game 1 with a 3/0/4 KDA as Caitlyn. He was unkillable, ending the game involved in seven of nine kills, tying for the team-high kill total in Game 1. In Game 2, Teddy used Tristana and earned a 3/0/10 KDA. He was involved in all but one kill, ending the game with the second-highest assist total on the team. Teddy was unkillable in the series, ending with involvement in 20 of 23 kills and tying for the team-high kill total.
Unable to pick up kills
February 1, 2018
Teddy ended Thursday's sweep to KT with a 2/7/9 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1, Teddy used Varus and finished with a 1/5/6 KDA. He was involved in seven of 11 kills, ending the with team's second-highest assist total with six. In Game 2, Teddy played Vayne and earned a 1/2/3 KDA. He was involved in four of six kills, finishing with the third-highest assist total. Teddy was able to only pick up two kills in the series as JAG were beaten in two games.
Dominates MVP in carry performance
January 24, 2018
Teddy finished Jin Air's 2-0 sweep of MVP with a 16/1/5 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
Teddy ended Game 1 with a 9/0/2 KDA as Ezreal. He was unkillable, while finishing the game involved in 11 of 14 kills, leading Jin Air in kills and kill participation while carrying Game 1. In Game 2, Teddy used Vayne and earned a 7/1/3 KDA. He was involved in 10 of 12 kills, once again leading Jin Air in kill participation and kills. Teddy was dominant, making the series into a one-sided sweep for Jin Air while giving away only one kill in the series.
Re-signs with Jin Air
November 21, 2017
Teddy will be staying with the Jin Air Green Wings into the 2018 season, the team announced Tuesday.
ANALYSIS
As the lone ADC on the roster, it's not much of a surprise that Teddy was re-signed by the team. He joined SoHwan and UmTi as the members sticking around, while Kuzan, ikssu, SnowFlower, and Raise were released. The team finished in 7th place during the Summer Split and will certainly be looking to climb back up in the ranks in the 2018 year.
Puts the crowd to sleep with play
August 3, 2017
Teddy had an inefficient series versus EEW on Wednesday by scoring a 5/5/7 KDA.
ANALYSIS
Teddy's play against EEW can be categorized as sloppy and lazy. The team managed to succeed solely due to EEW complete lack of macro presence and Teddy did very little to enforce his team's leads. In Game 1, he lost the positioning battle versus Deul in teamfights and failed to kill his positional opponent once even though he was playing the whole game with a significant gold lead. When he played Kalista in the next game, Deul found success he basically coasted through the lane and the game as his KDA was a forgettable 2/2/2.
Shows up on Xayah, but not so much on others
July 28, 2017
Teddy posted a 3/5/5 KDA in Jin Air Green Wings' 1-2 series loss to Longzhu Gaming on Thursday.
ANALYSIS
Teddy played a game each of Kog'Maw, Xayah, and Tristana. His Kog'Maw play was just okay. While he did nearly double the damage of PraY in the game, Teddy couldn't secure kills or fully scale. He did lane surprisingly well despite the mobility and engage that the Kalista/Blitzcrank opposing lane brought. In Game 2, Teddy got his Xayah, and he didn't let his team down. While he didn't carry or have a performance that is going to be referred to as the reason why Jin Air won Game 2, the consistency in lane and teamfighting laid the foundation for Jin Air to work with. His Tristana play left plenty to be desired; it was an 0/2/0 game that didn't really have much going for it.
No chance to carry
June 28, 2017
Teddy finished Wednesday's sweep to Afreeca with a 0/3/2 KDA in two games as Varus.
ANALYSIS
Teddy ended Game 1 with a 0/1/0 KDA. He couldn't really do anything, as Jin Air managed only two kills in the game. In Game 2, Teddy earned a 0/2/2 KDA. He had 100 percent kill participation, with two assists, but couldn't do much else as Afreeca snowballed to an easy victory.
No where close to carrying
June 20, 2017
Teddy ended Jin Air's sweep to SKT with a 3/8/5 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
Teddy ended Game 1 with a 2/6/3 KDA as Xayah. He was focused heavily and only able to have 33 percent kill participation in Game 1. In Game 2, Teddy used Kalista to end with a 1/2/2 KDA. He picked up one kill and had 75 percent kill participation, but again struggled. Teddy didn't come close to carrying for Jin Air and it hurt his team's chances, even though an upset win over SKT was always a long shot.
Manages only one kill
June 13, 2017
Teddy ended Tuesday's sweep at the hands of KT with a 1/6/3 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
Teddy struggled in Game 1 ending with a 0/4/2 KDA as Caitlyn. With KT snowballing from an early stage, Teddy lacked real impact ending the game with no kills and only two assists. In Game 2, Teddy used Xayah to finish with a 1/2/1 KDA. Teddy had one of his team's four kills in the game, and 50 percent kill participation. It wasn't enough as KT ended the series.
Starts slow, but finishes on top
June 2, 2017
Teddy posted a 8/2/10 KDA in Jin Air Green Wings 2-0 sweep over ROX Tigers on Thursday.
ANALYSIS
The JAG ADC did worse than his lane opponent in Game 1, but made up for it in Game 2. His Caitlyn play in Game 1 was okay, but he mostly found kills and assists due to his team setting everything up well and Teddy just following. Sometimes, this can be excused. Since the rest of JAG was firing on all cylinders and stomping ROX across the board, Teddy's performance was excusable. Teddy played Xayah in Game 2, and he did so very well. The Rebel is a strong champion that requires manual setup, but Teddy showed no hesitance in shoving any small opportunity to trade when he had his setup. This translated into the skirmishes, and it paid off for Teddy, who posted the highest damage in the game.
Ugly final two games
May 30, 2017
Teddy ended JAG's 1-2 loss to MVP with a 3/8/8 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
Teddy played well in Jin Air's lone win in Game 1, ending with a 3/1/6 KDA as Varus. He played well in the game, helping carry Jin Air to a fast start in the series. Unfortunately for Jin Air and Teddy, he failed to record a single kill in the final two games. He ended Game 2 with an unimpactful 0/2/1 KDA on Varus and was destroyed in Game 3, ending with a 0/5/1 KDA as Ashe. His lack of impact and overall poor play in Game 2 and 3 lead to MVP taking the final two games to win the series.
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