KCC Park Jae-hyeon plans to advance to Japan’s B-League
Jae-hyun Park received a recruitment offer from a B-League club.”
Park Jae-hyun is expected to transfer to the B-League. This is the first case of transferring from KBL to the Japanese B-League during the season.
The B League is familiar to KBL fans. Through the Asian quota system, Nakamura Taichi played an active part in Wonju DB, and Cheon Ki-beom, following Jae-min Yang, stepped on the B-League court as a Korean player.바카라사이트
Foreign players who were active in the KBL moved to the B League, and David Simon returned to the KBL from the B League.
In the midst of this, there are domestic players who transfer during the season.
Jeonju KCC began court training at the Changwon Gymnasium from 2:00 pm on the 22nd. KCC coach Jeon Chang-jin, whom we met before training, said, “Park Jae-hyun received a recruitment offer from a B-League club. He said, “I know it as the lowest club in the B League.”
Currently, the team with the worst record in the B-League is SHIGA LAKES, with a record of 4 wins and 27 losses. Cigar Lake is at the bottom of the Western District. At the bottom of the East and Central Divisions are Levanga Hokkaido (7-24, LEVANGA HOKKAIDO) and Niigata Albirex (5-26, NIIGATA ALBIREX BB), respectively.
A KCC official said, “We plan to voluntarily withdraw Park Jae-hyun after the holiday season ends.”
Kim Jun-hwan (KT) actually prepared to advance to the B-League after dropping out of the KBL rookie draft, and tried to find out if he could not find a team among free agent (FA) players in May of last year.
Some say that after this season, among the FA players, there may be players who will move to the B-League.
The case of advancing to the B-League, which was only rumored, actually comes out.
In the future, it is expected that more players will enter the B-League with fewer chances to play in the KBL or players who want a higher salary.
Currently, players of Philippine nationality are active in KBL. In the future, it is likely that KBL players will be able to see more players playing in other leagues through the Asia Quarter System.