Asan Woori Bank’s Yoo Seung-hee has been voted as the most anticipated transfer player.
The Korean Women’s Basketball League (WKBL) 현금홀덤사이트 released the results of a survey of players, fans, and media representatives from six clubs on Saturday.
Of the 13 players who changed teams through free agency or trade before the start of the season, Woori Bank’s Yoo Seung-hee was the most anticipated newcomer. Yoo received 49.2% of the votes from media members, 30.6% from fans, and 28.2% from players, beating out Hana OneQ’s Kim Jong-kyu and Shinhan Bank’s Kim Ji-young.
Yoo Seung-hee, who played for Shinhan Bank until last season, joined Woori Bank in an off-season trade. She made her official debut for Woori Bank at the Park Shinja Cup.
Samsung Life’s Lee Hae-ran was selected as a player who is expected to develop and improve his skills. In a survey of media representatives, Lee took the top spot with 11 percent of the votes.
Last season, Lee appeared in 30 games and averaged 24:16 minutes per game, recording 9.07 points, 4.4 rebounds, and 1.2 steals per game.
When asked to name their team’s rivals for the upcoming season, the players of Woori Bank and KB Stars unanimously named each other. Shinhan Bank and BNK Thumb players named Samsung Life as their rivals, while Samsung Life named Woori Bank and Hana OneQ named Shinhan Bank as their rivals.
Other key survey results, including predictions for the new season’s champion, four playoff teams, and Most Valuable Player (MVP), will be revealed at the opening media day on March 30.
The Woori Bank Woori WON 2023-24 Women’s Professional Basketball will begin its journey on November 5 with the opening game between Woori Bank and BNK.