Winner’s Two-Top, Eliminator’s Ace… The ‘Basketball MVP Race’ is as Tough as the Game

Professional basketball, where the sixth round has already been decided, is hotly contested for the Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the regular season. Coach Kim Seung-ki of Goyang Sono has been actively supporting Lee Jung-hyun throughout the season, and recently, Kim Joo-sung of the championship team Wonju DB has also weighed in. As the winner, the MVP is another game they cannot lose.

In DB, Kang Sang-jae and Lee Sun Albano are the favorites. As of the 26th, Kang Sang-jae had 14.0 points, 6.3 rebounds, and 4.3 assists. The captain has been outstanding this season, leading DB to the regular season title alongside Dedrick Lawson and Kim Jong-kyu, forming a triple-post called DB Acid. He is the player on the team that coach Kim 토토사이트 추천 appreciates the most and recognizes his contributions.

Albano averaged 15.9 points, 6.7 assists, 3 rebounds, and 1.5 steals per game. He finished first overall in assists. He is also a game-winner and is credited with leading DB to a first-place finish in the regular season. Albano, an Asian quarterback from the Philippines, is eligible to win the Domestic Player MVP award under KBL rules. The mighty Huboda.

Add to that Lee Jung-hyun (SONO), who has put together an outstanding individual record. In 43 games, he averaged 22.4 points, 6.6 assists, 3.3 rebounds, and 1.9 steals. He is the first Korean player to average over 20 points in a game in 13 years since Moon Tae-young (22.04 points) in the 2010-2011 season. She ranks first in steals and second in assists among Korean players, behind only Albano.

Two players from DB, who led their team to the regular season title, and the ace of Sono, who finished eighth and didn’t even make the playoffs, will compete for MVP. The only other regular season MVP to come from a team that didn’t make the playoffs is 2008-2009 MVP Joo Hee-jung. Joo led the league in assists at the time, and her team KT&G missed the playoffs after finishing seventh in head-to-head.

DB won the title this season because they were so evenly matched that no player was lacking in front of them. Among them, Albano and Kang Sang-jae are the MVP candidates. With two candidates from the same team, there are concerns that the vote will be split, but it’s hard to leave either of them out.

Sono, on the other hand, slipped to eighth place amid a weak showing, with a foreign player blatantly stating that he would play next year if the Korean roster was better. Lee Jung-hyun, a former military student, is competing with a 100% personal record. At this point in the KBL, the MVP of the season will be determined by where the true value of an MVP is based.

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