Lee Sang-min + Heo Woong, a challenge to sell out all KCC games with the new and old most popular stars

KCC once again shook the basketball world. KCC, which owns Heo Woong토토사이트, hired legendary coach Lee Sang-min. Embracing both the past and present most popular stars, they started chasing two rabbits: winning and box office success.

KCC officially announced the recruitment of coach Lee Sang-min on the 26th of last month. Coach Lee, who returned to his former team, enjoyed the greatest popularity from his days at the basketball court to the professional stage. Prior to Heo Hoon and Heo Woong, the No. 1 spot in the KBL All-Star fan vote was Coach Lee’s fixed seat. It also set the record for the most votes for 9 consecutive years from the 2001-2002 season, when the all-star voting was conducted by fan voting, to the 2009-2010 season.

Even when the team moved to Samsung, and even when he took on the role of coach and manager at Samsung, coach Lee drove fans around. Coach Lee’s fans filled most of the front seats at Samsung’s home court, Jamsil Indoor Gymnasium in Seoul.

Heo Woong, the most popular star in KCC, is playing. Heo Woong won the Popularity Award for four consecutive seasons. In the 2021-2022 season All-Star fan vote, he won 163,850 votes, setting the record for the most votes ever in KBL.

After Heo Woong, who obtained the qualification as a free agent (FA), came to KCC, the KCC secretariat also realized Heo Woong’s popularity. Same goes for other teams. On the day of the home game against KCC, more tickets were sold than usual. Now that Coach Lee has joined, the ticket power is expected to grow even stronger. It is also worth looking at the sold-out of all home games for the upcoming season. According to KBL, no team has yet sold out all home games.

KCC has established a national team lineup with the recruitment of Choi Jun-yong and emerged as the number 0 candidate for the championship. In addition, Coach Lee and Heo Woong, who show off the best ticket power, will eat rice together. KCC will challenge to sell out all games for the first time in KBL history with winning the 2023-2024 season.

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