Korean players playing in Japan were in action this week.
The Shinhosuzu Mikawa went 1-1 in a two-game series against the Gunma Crane Thunders of the 2023-2024 B.League (Japan Men’s Professional Basketball) First Division at the Ota City Sports Park Open House Arena 토토사이트 추천 in Ota Iizuka-cho, Gunma, Japan on Nov. 27-28. They lost 93-97 on the 27th, but won 87-81 on the 28th.
Lee had four points, three rebounds, and two steals in 24 minutes and one second on the 27th. On the 28th, he had eight points, including two three-pointers, two rebounds, two assists, and one steal in 31 minutes and one second. He gets the most minutes of any Korean player in the B.League. He has fewer offensive options, but contributes a lot on defense.
Yang Jae-min’s Sendai 89ERS dropped back-to-back games against the Nagoya Diamond Dolphins 85-89 and 73-82 on Feb. 27-28 at Nagoya Dolphins Arena in Aichi Prefecture. On the 27th, Yang had seven points, including one 3-pointer, two rebounds, three assists and two steals in 19:28 minutes. On the 28th, he had five points, one 3-pointer, four assists, two rebounds and one steal in 15:01.
Jang Kook-kook’s Nagasaki Belka swept a two-game home series against San-En Neopanics, 75-98 and 68-103, on Nov. 27-28 at Nagasaki Prefectural Gymnasium in Nagasaki Prefecture. Jang had three points on one 3-pointer in 9:46 of action on the 27th. He added three rebounds and two assists. On the 28th, he scored three points with one three-pointer in nine minutes and 43 seconds.