KBL’s 10 teams are busy warming up.
The first week of September has seen fewer practices for a variety of reasons. Some teams are participating in overseas competitions, while others are preparing for domestic training camps.
Seoul SK and Anyang KGC will compete in the Hotel Flora Preseason 2023 at Funabashi Arena in Japan starting on September 9. Both teams will play one practice match before heading to Japan. Chung Kwan-jang will face Samsung in Seoul on the 5th,먹튀검증 while SK will play Dongguk University.
From there, the teams will head to Japan, where Jeong Kwan-jang will face the Saga Buluners on the 9th, followed by SK against the Chiba Jets.
Goyang Sono will travel to Vivaldi Park in Hongcheon, Gangwon Province, from Aug. 11 to 19 instead of training overseas. In the last week of August, the team played four practice games against universities such as Korea University and Yonsei University to improve their physical fitness. Before the training camp, the team will play two exhibition games against Dongguk University on the 6th and Busan KCC on the 7th.
KCC heated up the basketball world during the week. On the 30th of last month, they moved from Jeonju to Busan. This week is the first time the team has played a practice game since the announcement. The team returned home on the 28th after competing in a friendly tournament in Ningxia, China, so they focused on team training after a short break.
This practice game is expected to attract more attention as it is the first game after the move. KCC’s first practice match of September will begin on the 5th against Sangsung.
September 1 Practice Games *Schedule is subject to change depending on field conditions
Sept. 5 (Tue)
15:30 Samsung – Jeonggwanjang (STC)
16:00 KCC-Sangmu (Yongin)
16:00 SK – Dongguk University (Yangji)
September 6 (Wed)
16:00 SONO – Dongguk University (Goyang)
Sept. 7 (Thu)
16:00 KCC-Sono (Yongin)
Sept. 8 (Fri)
15:30 Hyundai Mobis-Samsung (Yongin)
Sept. 9 (Sat.)
14:00 KCC-KT (Yongin)