Kim Ye-jin’s elemental breakdown, Lee Sa-bin’s retirement… WKBL’s 1st free agency did not remain

Neither of the two players who were eligible for the 1st FA qualification chose to remain in the team.

WKBL announced the results of the 1st round of 20203 WKBL negotiations on the 10th. Kim Ye-jin (Hana One Q) went to the second round of negotiations, and Lee Sa-bin (BNK) chose to retire.

There were a total of 16 players who obtained FA qualification this year, and two of them, including Kim Ye-jin and Lee Sa-bin, were eligible for the first round of negotiations with the original club. However, all of them failed to remain on the team. 메이저사이트

After graduating from Chuncheon Girls’ High School, Kim Ye-jin, who was selected as the 16th overall pick in the 3rd round at the 2016 WKBL New Player Selection, seemed to write a success story in the 3rd round, but suffered a long groan due to an injury.

Rising from her injuries, she played an average of 24 minutes and 23 seconds in 28 games last season, with 1.86 steals per game, which also led the division.

Kim Ye-jin did not stay in Hana One Q due to a small difference (69 million won for the club and 70 million won for the person). Kim Ye-jin can proceed with negotiations with all clubs until 5:00 pm on the 20th.

In the same year as Kim Ye-jin, Lee Sa-bin, who joined the pro in the 8th overall in the 2nd round at the new player selection, chose to retire. Isabin played a total of 117 games in his professional career, averaging 11 minutes and 21 seconds, averaging 2.5 points and 1.3 rebounds.

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