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    Lee Jong-Hyun will finally debut for Ulsan Mobis after a lengthy absence. His debut will be up against Samsung but Yoo Jae-Hak will regulate his minutes for the remaining games this month.
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    On the eve of the KBL's 20th year, the league named its 12 Best Players that has made the most impact and shaped Korean basketball as we know it.

    Hur Jae
    Johnny McDowell
    Seo Jang-Hoon
    Hyun Joo-Yeop
    Cheon Hee-Chul
    Lee Sang-Min
    Aaron Haynes
    Yang Dong-Geun
    Moon Kyeung-Eun
    Joo Hee-Jung
    Kim Joo-Sung
    Choi Seung-Geun
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    Sad to see Kim Young-Hwan go but at the same time, I welcome Cho Sung-Min into the ranks. Our uncanny back-court is complete and no more excuses in not making the playoffs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CKR13 View Post
    Sad to see Kim Young-Hwan go but at the same time, I welcome Cho Sung-Min into the ranks. Our uncanny back-court is complete and no more excuses in not making the playoffs.
    Agreed. But they are now sharing the same position as Incheon :|
    Any idea when will Jong-Kyu be back to the court?

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    Kim Jong-Kyu will be back in the final round of the season after his meniscus rupture. He went to Japan in order to rehabilitate his timeframe. Hopefully, Jong-Kyu will be ready by the start of the playoffs and LG will still be qualified.
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    In watching the replay of the LG - Incheon match, I admire on how Park Chan-Hee stabilized the offense and lead Incheon to victory. In the battle of the point guards, Park Chan-Hee's patient zone attach orchestration outplayed Kim Si-Rae's uptempo push. The victory by Incheon is a huge morale boost as they move 2 games above LG for the playoff race. What was impressive is that dysfunction of the morale of Incheon's foreign players that courses through adjustments and uncertainty of their season tenure with the team.
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    SK's Kim Sun-Hyung exits the game due to a knee injury. He will undergo an MRI today.
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