The future of Korean basketball is a bit of a mixed bag.
We’re talking about Junseok Yeo (Gonzaga University) and Keisei Tominaga (Nebraska). Yeo is 21 and Tominaga is 22, one year older.
Yeo is a sophomore at Gonzaga University and Tominaga is a senior.
Both are national team members.
Yeo, a forward, played in the 카지노사이트 NBA Academy in Australia while attending Yongsan High School before returning home to finish high school.
Afterward, he declined the KBL draft and enrolled at Korea University.
He traveled to the United States to play in the G-League in hopes of making it to the NBA, but when that didn’t work out, he transferred to basketball’s prestigious Gonzaga University.
This season is his first collegiate season in the United States.
However, he doesn’t get much playing time. He’s averaging just 8.9 minutes as a bench player, not a starter. He’s scoring 2.9 points.
However, it’s encouraging to see that his minutes have been increasing in recent games.
After graduating from high school in Japan, Tominaga played basketball at Ranger Community College in the United States before transferring to the University of Nebraska.
He declared for the NBA Draft last year, then withdrew, and has continued to play as a starter at Nebraska.
This season, he is averaging 14.8 points in 25.4 minutes per game.
He scored a team-high 19 points in a win over NCAA No. 1 Purdue.
He caught the attention of the American media.
Tominaga is sure to be in the NBA Draft this year. If he continues to perform like he has, he could be selected.