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    No changes. Jarod Stevenson = Moon Tae-jong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sinobball View Post
    No changes. Jarod Stevenson = Moon Tae-jong.
    Ohh nice thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vonbatas View Post
    So it's some changes in final roster?

    Guards
    Yang Dong-Geun (Ulsan Mobis Phoebus)
    Kim Sun-Hyung (Seoul SK Knights)
    Park Chan-Hee (Anyang KGC)
    Kim Tae-Sol (Jeonju KCC Egis)

    Wings
    Cho Sung-Min (Busan Sonicboom KT)
    Moon Tae-Jong (Changwon LG Sakers)
    Heo Il-Young (Goyang Orions)
    Yang Hee-Jong (Anyang KGC)

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    Lee Jong-Hyun (Korea University)
    Kim Jong-Kyu (Changwon LG Sakers)
    Kim Joo-Sung (Wonju Dongbu Promy)
    Oh Se-Keun (Anyang KGC)
    Almost certain.

    Team focus on Asian games.

    Quote Originally Posted by sinobball View Post
    No changes. Jarod Stevenson = Moon Tae-jong.
    Yes. Moon Tae-jong wiki http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moon_Tae-jong

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    While the rest of the FIBA world cup national teams are playing international friendlies, South Korea is playing against KBL teams as the tournament is nearing.

    75-52 against Samsung as Cho Sung-Min was on target. Despite Samsung having Leo Lyons and Keith Clanton, national team's front-court contained them with Lee Jong-Hyun and Oh Se-Keun.

    Korea is really taking measures that the players won't get burned out for the Asian Games. Playing friendlies against other national teams after the New Zealand series may result to injury and hamper their gold medal chances come the Asian Games. So the world cup is the last preparation for Incheon Asiad.
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    Looks like 2014 will finally be Kim Joo-Sung's swansong for the national team.

    http://www.hani.co.kr/arti/sports/sp...al/651851.html

    Joo-Sung also said the same in an interview with Hankooki that training and playing games during the off-season is starting to take toll on his body, citing 16 years worth of national team duty.
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    Good read on Kim Jong-Kyu, who is showing progress with his deficiencies with LG and improving with the national team. Kim has started 8 of the 13 friendlies for Korea.
    http://www.newsis.com/ar_detail/view...0505&pID=10500
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    can someone post what will the rotation looks like, minutes split etc. for south korea? i dont know a lot about this team and since they havent played a lot of "countable" friendlies i have really no idea where to get any info... thanks

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    South Korea national team depth chart:

    PG - Yang Dong-Geun, Kim Tae-Sol, Park Chan-Hee, Kim Sun-Hyung
    SG - Cho Sung-Min, Heo Il-Young
    SF - Moon Tae-Jong, Yang Hee-Jong
    PF - Kim Joo-Sung, Oh Se-Keun
    C - Kim Jong-Kyu, Lee Jong-Hyun

    Park Chan-Hee and Kim Sun-Hyung also plays some minutes at SG, depending on the situation. Park plays defensive SG while Kim is used for the fastest tempo.

    Moon Tae-Jong also plays some SG minutes but is really an SF. Moon is the sixth man of the team.

    About South Korea's preparation, expectation and their story for 2014: http://lgsakers.wordpress.com/2014/0...d-asian-games/
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    Team South Korea bound for Spain.

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    Another good read to get to know the South Korean team: http://www.vavel.com/es/baloncesto/3...nesperado.html
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    Any reason why Kim Mingoo not on the roster?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad_Shot View Post
    Any reason why Kim Mingoo not on the roster?
    Car accident in June, leaving him with a severe pelvic injury.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CKR13 View Post
    Team South Korea bound for Spain.

    Why do they raise their fists as they pose for pictures like boxers do?
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    Quote Originally Posted by saalsapr View Post
    Why do they raise their fists as they pose for pictures like boxers do?
    It is a sport mannerism in South Korea. They say "Aja (아자)" meaning either "fight", "do our best", "play hard".
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    No Live broadcast 1,2 games because of schedule conflict.

    SBS Sports channel (monopoly broadcast rights) will be live domestic baseball game and English Premier League.

    NO sell broadcasting rights because of audience ratings.


    8.30 pm 20:30 South Korea vs Angola (8.31 am 09:00 filmed)

    8.31 pm 20:30 South Korea vs Australia (9.1 am 09:00 filmed)

    9.3 am 03:00 South Korea vs Slovenia - live

    9.4 am 03:00 South Korea vs Lithuania - live

    9.5 am 00:30 South Korea vs Mexico - live

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    National team is spending more time rehabbing than training for the Asian Games.

    Oh Se-Keun (Lower jaw bruise)
    Moon Tae-Jong (Elbow)
    Kim Tae-Sol (Ankle)
    Kim Joo-Sung (Knee)
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    Quote Originally Posted by CKR13 View Post
    The Basketball Festival Showcase opens tomorrow.

    First up:

    Yonsei University - Seoul SK Knights
    Writers are already calling this demolish job. One can see why, SK is tied with Ulsan MP with the top record in the KBL. The team has a big three in sophomore star and still rising Kim Sun-Hyung. Park Sang-Oh, a former KBL MVP is a vocal leader. Then there is the revitalized Kim Min-Soo who has been healthy and has regained his deadly touch from the floor. While the youngsters from Yonsei seem unfazed. They said in collective statements that they are looking forward to playing a pro team. SK should watch out for Hur Hoon, son of Hur Jae, who is looking to light up SK if they do not guard him.

    Simulation de rachat de crédit
    Chung Ang University - Anyang KGC
    It would have been nice to see Oh Se-Keun suit up against his college team, but he will remain to be in the sidelines cheering half-heartedly for KGC and CUA. Jeon Song-Hyun and Lee Ho-Hyun are expected to carry the fight for Chung Ang against a team that features national team players Kim Tae-Sol and Yang Hee-Jong.
    They are one of my best team

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