As KBL expanded the Asian Quarter to the Philippines ahead of the 2022-2023 professional basketball, most clubs started to reinforce their power using the Asian Quarter.
Nine of the 10 clubs have Asian quarter players, and 8 of them are from the Philippines, a basketball powerhouse.
Of the 180 games of the 4th round of the professional basketball regular league that took place먹튀검증 until the 1st, 132 games, or 73.3% of the total, included even one Asian quarter player in the entry.
Lee Seon Albano (Wonju DB), Ronjay Avarientos (Ulsan Hyundai Mobis), and Sam Joseph Belrangel (Daegu Korea Gas Corporation), who joined from the opening game, have played in more than 30 games and established themselves as the team’s key players.
Albano is playing as DB’s key guard with an average of 13.6 points, 5.2 assists and 3.7 rebounds, while Avarientos, who stands out for his splendid passing, records 12.6 points and 4.8 assists, performing well as the team’s point guard.
Lens Abando (Anyang KGC Ginseng Corporation), who joined the team a little later, drew attention for his excellent elasticity and motor nerves.
Abando is leading the block shot category (1.1) this season. Considering that the official height is 188 cm, this is an amazing result. In addition, he captured the eyes of fans with a wonderful scene, winning the dunk contest in the All-Star Game last month.
Asian Quarter players can be awarded the rookie of the season if their professional team experience is less than one season (less than 1/2 of the season).
Except for Lee Seon Albano, players from the Asian Quarter can be awarded the Rookie of the Year award if they meet the conditions for participating in the competition.