The Korea Basketball Association is once again organizing a one-day clinic.
The Korea Basketball Association (KBA), which has been making waves in the youth basketball world by organizing the Basketball I League since last year, is preparing for another meaningful ‘one-day clinic’.
The number of leagues holding the clinic has increased from seven to eight, and the number of professional instructors will be greatly expanded. In addition to SPOTV commentator Lee Kyu-seop, who held a one-day clinic in Ulsan last year, new faces such as Shin Ki-sung, Kim Dong-wook, Oh Yong-joon, Jeon Jeong-kyu, and Kim Eun-hye will join the clinic, and a total of 12 former KBL and WKBL players will donate their talents to help the Basketball I League dreamers improve their skills.
The clinic will utilize professional training programs, starting with position-specific training, followed by basic and advanced training, and skill games that apply the training content.
The 2023 Basketball I League One-Day Clinic will begin on July 2 in Bupyeong-gu, Incheon, and will tour eight leagues, including Cheongju, Asan, Seoul Northeast, Changwon, Pyeongtaek-Osan, Sejong, and Glory. 토토사이트
“As an association, we will continue to provide various experiences for players participating in the Basketball i-League through programs such as the one-day clinic, and we would like to thank coaches Shin Ki-sung, Lee Kyu-seop, Kim Dong-wook, Kim Eun-hye, and many other basketball players for their help in organizing this one-day clinic,” said the Korea Basketball Association.
The event is part of the 2023 Basketball Youth Club League (i-League), organized by the Korea Basketball Association and hosted by the Korea Sports Council with financial support from the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Korea Sports Promotion Corporation.