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Tuesday, February 28, 2017

KT Sonic Boom

Sonic Boom Opener Set for Saturday

The Korean Basketball League's 2014/15 season kicks off this weekend with the KT Sonic Boom opening their season versus Anyang KGC at 2 p.m....

Charles Rhodes Traded to KT

SPORTS XXX Fan favorite Charles Rhodes is returning to the KT Sonic Boom this season after being traded from Incheon ET Land for Terrence Leather. The...

Sonic Boom Exhibition Schedule

SPORTS XXX The KT Sonic Boom will play some exhibition games at the Olleh Victorium (Sajik Gymnasium) in August. Games are free and all begin at...

Interview: Marcus Lewis and Marcus Goree

SPORTS XXX Meet the newest import members of the KT Sonic Sonic Boom: Marcus Lewis and Marcus Green.

Sonic Boom Draft Two New Imports

SPORTS XXX The KT Sonic Boom have drafted two "Marcus'" at this year's KBL import draft. With the 9th overall pick, the Sonic Boom drafted 29-year-old...

LG Sweeps KT to Advance to KBL Finals

Changwon LG defeated Busan KT and advanced to the championship game after sweeping the best of five series 3-0. The last time it has...

Ulsan Mobis Take 2-0 Lead in KBL Finals

SEOUL, South Korea -- A controversial call with 1.7 seconds left in Game 2 gave Ulsan a 60-58 win and a commanding two game series lead in the KBL Finals Sunday afternoon. Ricardo Ratliffe led Mobis with 12 points, though the refs blown call after SK had a chance to take the lead was the story of the game, incensing SK players and coaches. After checking the video replay, they decided to give Mobis the ball though the video clearly showed their players knocking the ball out of bounds.

In Game 1, Mobis came back from a 58-52 fourth quarter deficit thanks to 13 fourth quarter points from Rod Benson to win 76-71. Benson led Mobis with 16 points, while Aaron Haynes led SK with 20.

The series moves back to Ulsan for Game 3 which gets underway Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Dongcheon Arena.

Incheon ET Land Sweep Samsung, Ready to Take on Ulsan Mobis

icardo Powell scored 14 first quarter points and finished with 18 in 20 minutes as Incheon easily swept Samsung to advance to a second...

Psy Pays Tribute to Korean Hoops Legend Seo Jang-hoon

BUSAN, South Korea -- Korean superstar Psy was in town Tuesday night to pay homage to basketball legend and childhood friend Seo Jang-hoon, as he played his last game in an amazing career which spanned 15 years, finishing as arguably the greatest basketball player the country has ever seen.

Psy sat courtside during the game, which KT won 84-79, and also participated in a pregame ceremony to congratulate the 39-year-old Seo. He opened the pregame activities with an unsuccessful free throw attempt to the delight of the 7,000 fans in attendance, as well as stayed to watch the touching tribute after the game to honor his friend. 

Samsung Uses Fourth Quarter Run to Beat KT

BUSAN, South Korea -- The Samsung Thunders used a late 8-0 run in the fourth quarter to beat the KT Sonic Boom 72-62 at the Olleh Victorium Wednesday evening.

Lee Seung-joon scored 17 points and added nine rebounds before fouling out with 6:33 left in the fourth with KT being down 60-51. After Jasper Johnson cut the lead to seven, KT missed their next eight shots over the 4:21 and let Samsung take control of the remainder of the game.

Jasper Johnson led all scorers with 22 points, while also adding eight rebounds and three assists and steals. KT moves onto Changwon to try and break their three game losing streak Friday night.

KT veteran Seo jang-hoon hit a milestone in his career, scoring his 13,000th point with a layup at 6:16 of the first quarter.


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