• South Korean U17 National Team 2012

    South Korean U17 National Team 2012

    South Korean U17 National Team 2012 An Heo Jeon Kim Kim An Youngjun 95 Heo Hoon 181-G-95 Jeon Hyunwoo 96 Kim Gimin 192-F-95 Kim Gookchan 193-F-96 Kim Minki 197-C-95 Kim Nakhyeon 180-G-95 Kim Yun 185-G-95 Koh Haengseok 182-G-95 Lee Hyunsoo 95 Lee Minyoung 95 Lee Woojung 185-F-95 Park Intae 203-C-95 Park Junyoung 96 Park Minseok 95 Shin Mincheol 187-F-96 Won […]

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  • Barako Bulls Sign Rodney White

    Barako Bulls Sign Rodney White

    White Rodney (206-C/F-80, college: Charlotte) is a new member of Barako Bulls. The former NBA player will replace injured DerMarr Johnson (206-G-80, college: Cincinnati) (groin). White Rodney started this season with Korean team Anyang KGC. He had 19.5 ppg, 7.7 rpg and 2.7 apg for 32 games. In January he moved to Chinese team Zhejiang Guangsha Lions. There he had […]

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  • KBL Under suspicion of match-fixing

    KBL Under suspicion of match-fixing

    The Korean Basketball League is being investigated by the city of Daegu prosecutors for possible improprieties following the outbreak of a number of match fixing scandals that has hit the Korean sports scene. Prosecutors in Daegu, who are investigating a snowballing match-fixing scandal in the top pro volleyball league in the country, have expanded their probe into the nation’s baseball […]

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  • Tight Race For KBL Rookie Of The Year

    Tight Race For KBL Rookie Of The Year

    You can only win the award once in your lifetime. – Oh Sek-Eun (200-C-87) The race for the Korean Basketball Leagues Rookie of the Year is heating up as two former college teammates have shown impressive performances since the beginning of the season. Its been just over a month that the league started, but Anyang Korea Ginseng Corporations center Oh […]

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  • LG Sakers Sign Magnum Rolle Of The Atlanta Hawks

    LG Sakers Sign Magnum Rolle Of The Atlanta Hawks

    LG Sakers have officially signed Magnum Rolle (211-C/F-86, college: Louisiana Tech). The Bahamas player will fill in import player spot on the teams roster. Magnum Rolle spent the last season in D-League. He averaged 14.1 points, 5.5 boards, 1.5 steals, 1.3 assists and 1.2 blocks per game for the Maine Red Claws. USBasket.com named the centre into D-League All-Imports Team. […]

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  • Half-Korean basketball players gain citizenship

    Half-Korean basketball players gain citizenship

    Moon Tae-jong, left, and Moon Tae-young, right – who play professional basketball in Korea – were granted Korean citizenship. Two half-Korean brothers playing professional basketball in Korea were granted Korean citizenship Thursday, the Justice Ministry said, giving them eligibility for the Korean national team. The ministry said Moon Tae-jong, born Jarod Stevenson, and Moon Tae-young, born Greg Stevenson, received their […]

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  • KBL’s KCC Egis sign D-League All-Star And Rookie Of The Year DeShawn Sims

    KBL’s KCC Egis sign D-League All-Star And Rookie Of The Year DeShawn Sims

    After much speculation the 2010-2011 KBL Champion KCC Egis have announced their import player for this coming season and it is forward DeShawn Sims (203-F-88, college: Michigan). KCC submitted their application to the KBL on August 18th, Sims, a 23 year old, 203cm forward was an NBA-D League all-star and won rookie of the year honors. He was also the […]

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  • New Foreigners Bring Height, Excitement To The KBL

    New Foreigners Bring Height, Excitement To The KBL

    As teams have been signing their free agents this offseason, the teams have been loading up on height and athleticism, while some players are making the jump over from China. While there are some returning stars such as Sonic Boom KT Rhodes Charles (203-F/C-85, college: Mississippi St.) and Wonju Dongbu Promy Benson Rod (208-F/C-84, college: California), others who have a […]

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  • South Korean Star Bang Sung-Yoon Retires

    South Korean Star Bang Sung-Yoon Retires

    One of the best scorer and 3point shooter in the KBL history decided to finish his playing career so early. Seoul SK Knights announced on Wednesday that Bang Sung-Yoon (197-F/G-82) wanted to end his career due to serious right foot injury. SK waived Bang’s player status. If Bang can change his mind in the near future, he can comeback to […]

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  • 2010-2011 KBL MVP Announced

    2010-2011 KBL MVP Announced

    MVP Park Sang-Oh (196-F-81) 54 games: 14.9ppg, 5.1rpg, 1.5apg Rookie of the year Park Chan-Hee (191-G-87) 43 games: 12.0ppg, 4.2rpg, 4.3apg Coach of the year Jeon Chang-Jin Regular season champions (41-13) Sixth man of the year Lee Hyun-Ho (192-F-80) 48 games: 2.7ppg, 2.1rpg, 0.8apg Most Improved Player Kim Dong-Uk (195-F-81) 53 games: 11.5ppg, 2.8rpg, 2.0apg Import player of the year […]

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