Albano · Avarientos · Abando… 8 teams have ‘Filipino players’, no longer without them

In the 4th round of professional basketball, the Filipino players were also active.

Ahead of the 2022-2023 season, the Professional Basketball League (KBL) expanded the Asian quota, which had been implemented only for Japanese players over the past two seasons, to the Philippines.

As of the end of the 4th round (February 1), when the registration for the Asian Quarter ended, 9 out of 10 KBL clubs have Asian Quarter players. Among them, 8 clubs except Goyang Carrot signed Filipino players.

Even if there is only one player from the Asian Quarter, 132 out of 180 games entered the entry, accounting for 73.3% of all games. 온라인바카라

There are differences depending on the situation of the Asian Quarter players and the clubs they own, but Lee Seon Albano (DB), Ronjay Avarientos (Hyundai Mobis), and Sam Josef Belrangel (Korea Gas Corporation), who joined from the start, have played more than 30 games and are key players. settled down as

Albano and Avarientos are averaging 13.6 points (18th overall) and 12.6 points (22nd overall), respectively. In particular, in the assist category, he recorded 5.2 (2nd overall) and 4.8 (4th overall).

Lens Abando (KGC), who joined the team a little later than them, is recording first place in blocks (1.1) with excellent elasticity and athleticism, and captured the fans’ eyes with a wonderful scene, such as winning the All-Star Dunk Contest. .

In the case of Asian Quarter players, players with less than 1 season of professional team experience (but less than 1/2 of the corresponding 1 season) can receive the Rookie Player Award. Asian Quarter players, excluding Albano, can receive the Rookie of the Year award if they meet the conditions for competition.

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