Fury
Kim Jun-Ho 
South Korea
London Spitfire
Forever a hero
June 16, 2018
Fury will always be a hero for London despite the 3-1 loss to the Philadelphia Fusion.
ANALYSIS
Fury isn't perfect by any means, but by the standards set forth by the rest of his team, he might as well be. His D.Va is always solid whether he plays defensively or gets a multi-kill on the Self-Destruct. There's not much else to elaborate given how poor London has been playing lately but Fury is just that reliable. Now, if only the team could make full use of his skills in the future.
Revealing the Hog
June 9, 2018
Fury played fantastic despite a 3-2 loss to the Los Angeles Gladiators.
ANALYSIS
Fury is known for his D.Va and almost nothing else, but this series he brought out Roadhog to incredible effect. It wasn't able to get his team a win but there's only so much one can do for a sinking ship. His Roadhog hooks were on point showing another side to Fury, and if his team ever gets out of this rut then Fury can really be utilized to his full potential-- not that his D.Va is poor in comparison by any means, but a bigger hero pool is never a bad thing.
Saving the team on good time
June 1, 2018
Fury was always in time in 2-1 victory against the Boston Uprising on Thursday.
ANALYSIS
While the team was still struggling to close out maps against the Uprising, it was Fury's clutch plays that helped seal the deal, including well placed D.Va Self-Destructs to wipe out the opposing team.
Never fails to impress
May 6, 2018
Fury still remains the best constant going for the London Spitfire in 3-1 Victory over the Shanghai Dragons on Saturday Night.
ANALYSIS
Even when Fury only plays D.Va, he's still wildly exciting to watch and hugely impactful on matches. He did actually pull out Roadhog on Nepal, changing things up and proving that he's not a one-trick pony. His ability to tank is absurd as well as getting key self-destruct multi-kills.
Unkillable and Deadly
April 29, 2018
Fury was on fire during a 4-0 victory over the San Francisco Shock on Saturday night.
ANALYSIS
Fury was nearly unkillable during this series. He may not have had a super high kill percentage or anything but doing the job on D.Va usually puts him in a precarious position but he did so commandingly and successfully. As always, Fury continues to be one of the best players on the team.
Comes through with final Self Destruct
April 21, 2018
Fury's D.Va was vital in a 3-2 victory over the Los Angeles Valiant on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Fury didn't stick out too much this series amid any of the mistakes the Spitfire made or any of the hero plays made by his teammates. Instead, Fury's consistency to do the job was absurdly good on D.Va. On top of that, the last Oasis point was secured by a wonderful D.Va Self-destruct that zoned the enemy team and took out some of them as well.
Good 'ol Reliable Fury
April 13, 2018
Able to be everywhere, Fury protected his allies in the 3-0 win against the Florida Mayhem.
ANALYSIS
While the Spitfire continues to get its bearings together, especially after a weak week 1, Fury's D.va was a welcome sight. His usage of Defense Matrix is one of the best in the Overwatch League, stopping dangerous incoming ultimates like Graviton Surge several times within the same series. Fury should never come off the starting lineup for the Spitfire
Defense matrix can't cover everything
March 31, 2018
Fury attempted to stop the Philadelphia Fusion in the London Spitfire's 2-3 loss in the Stage 2 Playoffs in the OWL.
ANALYSIS
Fury was constantly paying attention to the positioning of the Fusion, and denied 4 Gravitrons with his Defense Matrix in Kings Row alone. However, this D.Va expert couldn't be everywhere at once, and multiple times his teammates fell around him. Playing D.Va is a difficult balance of aggression and defense, and Fury's shown us that he's got space to improve. Hopefully, we see him improve going forward in the next stage.
Top tier D.Va shenanigans
March 10, 2018
Fury showed excellent situational awareness against the Boston Uprising in the London Spitfire's 4-0 victory on Day 3 in Week 3 of Stage 3 in the OWL.
ANALYSIS
Fury is a showcase D.Va that stands above the others within the league. Rarely does he get distracted or get tunnel visioned on an unnecessary target. Fury showed us this level of play once again with grace, and was able to add on several Self-Destruct kills as a bonus. He's certainly one of the tanks that should be in hot contention for every fantasy draft.
Underperforms as sub
February 24, 2018
Fury couldn't save the sinking ship after being subbed in for London, resulting in a close defeat against the Houston Outlaws.
ANALYSIS
Fury got subbed in for the last few games of the series, and failed to make a real impact on D.Va. His counterpart on the opposing team, coolmatt, was able to use his D.Va to protect his DPS and supports, but Fury instead couldn't do this consistently and instead was shredded by Jake on several occasions. Maybe it was Jake's newfound ability to excel on Tracer or just a misstep on Fury's part, but either way, it wasn't good enough to secure a victory in London's first game of stage 2.
Holds down the frontline in dominating win
February 4, 2018
Fury played a strong set in the London Spitfire's 4-0 dominating sweep over the Shanghai Dragons on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
It didn't matter what hero Fury got his hands on in this series; he straight up dominated the Dragons with little to no opposition. He hooked people with impunity on Roadhog and then soaked up bullet after bullet with D.Va. This Spitfire team is firing on all cylinders and simply looks like the best team in the league by a sizeable margin going into the final week of Stage 1.
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