Chung Kwan-kwan enters the Philippines with new foreign player Wilson after TNT expedition

Chung Kwan-kwan enters the Philippines with new foreign player Wilson after TNT expedition

Anyang Voters will face off against TNT Trofangi in the 2023-2024 season of the EASL (East Asian Super League) at the Pashig Pilsport Arena in the Philippines on the 24th. Currently, he has two wins and two losses, so he must win to advance to the Final 4.라바카지노도메인

Chung, who had a landslide victory (11-90) over Hyundai Mobis in Ulsan on Monday, left for Manila in the Philippines immediately on Tuesday evening. Jamil Wilson (34, 203-cm), a new foreign player who is a reliable supporter, also joined Chung from Incheon International Airport and left for the Philippines together.

Wilson is a forward scorer. He played 15 games in the NBA during the 2017-2018 season as a member of the Los Angeles Clippers and continued his career in Italy, Russia, and Israel. Most recently, he played as a PBA Commissioner Cup player with 28.3 points, 11.3 rebounds, and 4.8 assists in six PBA Commissioner’s Cup games. He will play his debut game against TNT.

“Our team’s score is almost at the bottom of the league. As we are doing the list of foreign players, all the traditional centers already have their teams that are doing well. That’s why I chose Wilson who specializes in outside shooting and one-on-one attacks. Since I played in the Philippines until recently, I have built up my body to some extent. I will arrive at Incheon International Airport on June 22, meet there, and go directly to the Philippines with him. EASL said, “Since two foreign players can play, I will send (Robert) Carter out.”

Meanwhile, Lens Avante, who is taking rest after suffering a fractured spine, also accompanied him on an expedition to the Philippines. Kim Sang-sik, the coach of the team, said that although he could not play the game, he wanted to say hello to Philippine fans in a change of mood. In fact, many fans who recognized Avalokitesvara requested him to take pictures at Manila airport.

“We don’t know when the team will return to the peninsula yet. Nevertheless, we decided to go with the Philippines. I wanted to give Philippines fans an opportunity to greet them even though they can’t play. I will include them in the 12-man roster and have them sit on the bench,” manager Kim Sang-sik said.

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