In the professional basketball free agency market, Max Oh moved to SK and Jun-yong Choi to KCC, creating two of the most powerful “super teams” in history.

Moreover, as Choi Jun-yong pours out harsh criticisms against his former team, SK, there is already a lot of anticipation for their matchup next season.

Reporter Jae-won Heo reports.


[Choi Jun-yong / Jeonju KCC forward: The team I’m on is unconditionally the favorite, and since I’m out, SK is not the favorite, and KCC is the favorite, so I don’t worry about it, and now SK will push it as ‘old people’].

Wearing KCC’s blue jersey, Choi Jun-yong unleashed a barrage of provocative remarks against his former team, SK.

He referred to SK as “old men” because they were led by players in their mid-to-late 30s, including Kim Sun-hyung, Oh Se-geun, and Heo Il-young.

He also vented his bitterness toward the team he had played for for seven years.

[Choi Jun-yong / Jeonju KCC forward: I think it’s the fans who supported me to get to this point, not the club front, so I only thank the fans].

Since his professional debut, Choi Jun-yong has been the center of attention for his top-notch skills and outspoken behavior.

However, he was also criticized for disrupting the team atmosphere, and there were rumors of feuds with his teammates.

Even at the KCC joining press conference, he raised suspicions by mentioning only two teammates, Warney and Ahn Young-joon.

[Choi Jun-yong / Jeonju KCC forward: It still hasn’t sunk in yet, that it’s a different team. I feel bad for Jamil Warney and (Ahn) Young-joon, but I think we’ll meet one day]. 먹튀검증

In his final season with SK, Choi played just 26 games due to injury, and was reportedly ruled out of SK’s plans for next season early on.

After a series of twists and turns, we’re already excited to see how Choi Jun-yong will fare against SK next season in a rival KCC jersey.

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