Internal FA Crackdown Wonju DB

Wonju DB Promy Basketball Team (Director Kwon Soon-cheol) signed a FA contract with point guard Kim Si-rae (178cm, G), who played for Samsung in Seoul last season, for a total of 100 million won in remuneration for a year.

Kim Si-rae joined Ulsan Mobis, the first-ranked team in the first round, in 2012, and led the team to win the regular league with Kim Jong-kyu (206 cm, C) at Changwon LG. During the 2023-2024 season, he played in 36 regular league games for Seoul Samsung, averaging 6.1 points, 3.4 assists, and 2.5 rebounds.

DB expects the stability of the team and synergy with Kim Jong-kyu through the recruitment of veteran guard Kim Si-rae.

Kim Si-rae said, “I feel good to join DB, which has fans who support me more than any other team. With the goal of winning the integrated title this season, I will become one with my colleagues and meet their expectations.”

Meanwhile, DB also signed an FA contract with Park Bong-jin (194cm, F), who played at the Korea Gas Corporation in Daegu last season, on the condition of a total remuneration of 140 million won (including 30 million won in incentives) for a three-year contract period.

Park Bong-jin graduated from Sangmyung University in 2015 and joined Ulsan Mobis, where he played at the Korea Gas Corporation in Daegu in the 2023-2024 season, averaging 2.2 points and 2.0 rebounds in 35 regular league games.

DB has strengthened its forward team with the recruitment of Park Bong-jin and expects to perform well in internal and external defense based on its strength and determination.

“First of all, I am grateful to the DB team for making such a good proposal. I am looking forward to the challenge in the new team, and I will quickly merge into the team under the guidance of the coaches and coaches,” Park said.

BY: 메이저사이트

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