KBA to hold ‘3×3 KOREA TOUR 2023 2nd Inje Tournament’ on the 13th of next month
The Korea Basketball Association (KBA) held the ‘KBA 3×3 KOREA TOUR 2023 2nd Inje Tournament’ at the Inje Riding Center in Inje-gun, Gangwon-do for two days from May 13 to 14. , IS Dongseo, Pocari Sweat, Molten, Unicorn Ranch, etc메이저사이트.
This tournament is the second tournament of the Korea Tour in the 2023 season, and a total of 72 teams from 7 categories, including elementary school, middle school, high school, open, women’s open, and Korea League (male/female), participate. from 10:00 a.m.
As much as we could feel the heat of 3×3 basketball in Gangwon-do at last year’s Inje Championship, it seems that we need to register quickly (first-come-first-served basis for payment).
A total of 11 teams will participate in the men’s division of the Korea League, including Haneulinje with Park Min-soo and Kim Min-seop, Black Label with Song Chang-moo and Byeon Ki-hun, and Chosun University composed of active university players. This tournament is expected to be a more intense season than ever with a solid team and player composition.
A total of five teams will participate in the Korea League Women’s Division, which will be held for the second time in the Korea Tour following last year. Various prominent players such as Lee So-jeong and Park Eun-seo, who were on the 2022 FIBA 3×3 Asian Cup women’s national team last year, retired professional basketball players such as Park Chan-yang and Kim Doona-rang, and the active unemployment team basketball team will participate.
Unlike last year, this year, the Korea Tour event will be held in total of 6 sessions. The final 6th competition is the final competition, and the winning teams from the 1st to 5th competitions will have a match to determine the true powerhouse.
Unlike last year’s Inje competition, this year’s event will be held at the Inje Riding Center for the first time. As it will be held in a new venue, it will be with a large audience. The tournament will be broadcast live through the Korea Basketball Association YouTube, and some games will be broadcast live through Naver Sports.