Point guard Park Chan-hee, who won gold, silver and bronze medals at the Asian Games, retires

KBL announces results of FA autonomous negotiations. Kim Kang-seon, Yang Woo-seop, and Kim Hyun-ho also retired.

Park Chan-hee

Former national basketball team point guard Park Chan-hee, who won gold, silver, and bronze medals at the Asian Games, has ended his active career.

KBL announced the results of autonomous negotiations for 2024 free agents (FA) on the 21st. Of the 46 players who received free agency status after the 2023-2024 season, 28 found a team, and 18 remained as unsigned players.

Among them, Park Chan-hee and Kim Hyun-ho, who played for Wonju DB last season, as well as Kim Kang-seon (formerly Sono) and Yang Woo-seop (formerly SK) announced their retirement.

Chan-hee Park began his professional career by being selected by Anyang Korea Ginseng Corporation (currently CheongKwanJang) as the first pick in the 2010 rookie draft.

Since his first season, he has participated in 44 regular league games, averaging 12 points and 4.3 assists, and received the Rookie of the Year award. He was responsible for Ginseng Corporation’s game management until the 2015-2016 season.

Although he is over 190 cm tall, he has been attracting attention as a ‘tall point guard’ due to his agility and speed, and has been consistently selected for the national team due to his defensive and passing abilities that take advantage of his unique physical condition.

He won a silver medal at the 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games, and in 2014, as a member of Jae-Hak Yoo, he helped win the gold medal at the Incheon Asian Games. He was also selected at the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta and Palembang and brought home a bronze medal.

He won the Best Defensive Player Award in the 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 seasons while playing at Incheon Electronic Land (now Daegu Korea Gas Corporation).

He also ranked first in the assist category twice, recording 7.4 and 5.7 assists in the 2016-2017 and 2018-2019 seasons, respectively. 카지노사이트

Park Chan-hee, who played in 517 regular league games, scored a total of 3,525 points and delivered 2,220 assists. He averaged 6.8 points and 4.3 assists per game.

Park Chan-hee, who received playing time from DB until the 2022-2023 season, appearing in 34 regular league games, only appeared in 9 games this season. His average playing time also dropped to 5 minutes, and he eventually chose to retire.

Excluding the four retired players, there are 14 players remaining without contracts, including Ho-bin Han (Sono), Sang-gyu Kim (Cheong Kwan-jang), Jo Sang-yeol (Korea Gas Corporation), Seung-won Kim (Samsung), and Hyun-soo Kim (Hyundai Mobis).

Ten clubs can submit a letter of intent to recruit them from noon on the 22nd to 24th.

If multiple clubs submit a letter of intent to recruit, the player can choose the club regardless of the amount offered. If only one club submits a letter of intent, the player must sign a contract with that club.

Players who have not received a letter of intent to recruit will renegotiate with their original club from noon on the 26th to 30th.

Meanwhile, among players who transferred to free agency, compensation is provided to players under the age of 35 who are in the top 30 in terms of compensation.

The club recruiting the player must submit a list of protected players by 6 p.m. on the 25th, and the original club can exercise the right to nominate a compensation player until 6 p.m. on the 27th.

Kim Jong-gyu, Kang Sang-jae (DB), Lee Jae-do (LG), and Park Ji-hoon (Jeong Kwan-jang), who were considered ‘big catches’ in this free agent market, all renewed their contracts with their original teams.

Jeong Hee-jae and Jeong Seong-woo, who were classified as semi-level players, moved to Goyang Sono and Korea Gas Corporation. 안전 슬롯사이트

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