Kim Joon-il heads to Hyundai Mobis.
KBL announced on the 22nd that Ulsan Hyundai Mobis Phoebus signed a contract with Kim Jun-il, a free agent. The contract period is four years, and the total compensation is 450 million won (annual salary of 315 million won, incentive of 135 million won).
After graduating from Yonsei University, Kim Joon-il entered the KBL with the second overall pick in the 2014 draft. Kim Joon-il, who joined Samsung, made a strong impression in his debut season by competing fiercely with Lee Seung-hyun for the rookie of the year.
Afterwards, Kim Joon-il, who continued his career, reached a major turning point by transferring to LG through a trade in the summer of 2021. However, in his first season after his transfer, he had to spend a long time in rehabilitation after suffering a major injury injuring his Achilles tendon in the opening match.
However, Kim Jun-il did not give up easily. Kim Jun-il, who returned in the 2022-2023 season after completing his rehabilitation, announced his return by playing an active role as LG’s key sixth man. His average playing time in the regular season was 15 minutes and 35 seconds, which was not long, but he raised 8.2 points and still showed off his strong offensive power.
One of the biggest driving forces behind LG’s second place in the regular league last season was its solid bench competitiveness. Kim Jun-il contributed to the team by leading LG’s bench lineup along with Dante Cunningham and Justin Gutang.안전놀이터
After a smooth comeback season, Kim Joon-il chose to transfer to Hyundai Mobis and took on a new challenge. How will Kim Joon-il, who is the 3rd team in KBL’s career, show at Hyundai Mobis?