The clock of the KBL, which had been paused for a while, turns again. Each club finishes the break and enters the final ranking competition.

The KBL, which had a short break due to the qualifying round for the 2025 FIBA Asia Cup, will resume on the 28th starting with Ulsan Hyundai Mobis-Anyang Jeonggwanjang Ulsan Dongcheon Gymnasium and Seoul SK-Goyang Sono match Jamsil Student Gymnasium. As it entered the second half of the sixth round of the regular game, competition for the ranking to advance to the playoffs is expected to heat up.

Suwon KT, Changwon LG and Seoul SK are competing for the second place, which can be directly advanced to the semifinal playoffs, with Wonju DB leading all teams in the opponent’s battle. Before the break, second-place KT to fourth-place SK are 3.5 games apart, and the results may vary depending on the remaining 11 to 13 games.

In addition, the individual award in the weighing category, which was abolished after the 2004-2005 season, will be revived this season. The categories of awards will be six: scoring, three-point shooting, rebounding, assist, steal, and block. In the scoring category, KT’s Paris Bath ranks first with an average of 25.6 points. In the three-point shooting category, Lee Jung-hyun of Goyang Sono ranks first with an average of 2.8 points. In terms of rebounds, LG’s Asem Maray with 15.3 points is leading by an average of four points over Sono Chinanu Onuaku with 11.3. DB’s Asian quarter player Lee Sun-bano topped the list with 6.7 assists, and Daegu Korea Gas Corporation’s Duvan Maxwell topped the list with 1.2 assists. KT’s Moon Sung-gon is leading the list with 2.0 assists.

2023-2024 Jeonggwanjang’s professional basketball season ends on March 31. The next day, the awards ceremony will be held on April 1 and the playoff media day on April 2, and the spring basketball festival playoffs will kick off on April 4. 사설 토토사이트

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