NBA LeBron James, who breaks the KBL Seo Jang-hoon record?

‘King’ LeBron James (39, LA Lakers) surpassed Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (38,387 points) to set a new record for the most points scored in NBA history, and attention is also focused on whether or not the Korean professional basketball record will be achieved. there is.

The current top scorer in the KBL career is 13,231 points set by Seo Jang-hoon of the National Treasure Center. So far, it remains a great record that no one can touch.

Following him, Aaron Haynes, a long-lived foreign player, ranked second with 10,878 points, and Kim Joo-seong, Wonju DB’s acting manager, ranked third with 10,288 points.

The only player who can challenge their record is naturalized player La Gun-ah (KCC), who has risen to 4th in total scoring through this season.

La Gun-ah, who shines at the top of the active scoring list, surpassed 10,000 points in total on December 29 last year for the fifth time in KBL history, and immediately surpassed Seung-gyun Chu (10,19 points), who was fourth in all-time scoring.

As of the 9th, La Gun-ah, who has a total of 10,186 points, approached the record of 3rd place Kim Joo-seong with a difference of 102 points. 토토사이트

Laguna, who is recording an average of 16.6 points this season, is expected to easily surpass Kim Joo-sung’s record if there are no special injuries, considering the scoring pace. Arithmetically, if you play 7 more games, you can rise to the 3rd place, and you can beat Kim Joo-sung within February, with 6 games left at the earliest.

Coincidentally, Jeonju KCC’s last game in February was an expedition to Wonju DB, and attention is focused on whether Laguna will be able to rank third in total scoring in front of acting coach Kim Joo-seong.

Also, if Laguna appears in the remaining 17 regular league games this season and raises the average score, she will finish with 10,468 points. It seems like an established fact to rise to third place in career scoring through this season, but it is not enough to surpass the record of second place Haines.

However, if he continues on the KBL stage next season, there is a high possibility that he will surpass Haynes and rise to second place in career scoring.

Even beyond Haines, there is still a long way to go before Seo Jang-hoon’s record. In order to break the record, it will take about four more seasons to run. At 35 years old in Korean age, the key is whether he can maintain his steady skills in the future.

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