‘Sanctions of 6.2 million won’ Prim feeds KBL?

February 17, 2023 0 Comments

I jokingly said, ‘You feed KBL, so stop paying (the penalty)’ (laughs).”

Only the penalty that Gage Prim paid to KBL is 6.2 million won.

He received 7 technical fouls. This is the highest tied record since Laguna’s 7 in the 2016-2017 season.

Since the 2015-2016 season, KBL has strengthened the penalty standards to create a fair play culture. Technical fouls 1-2 times 200,000 won, 3-4 times 300,000 won, 5-6 times 500,000 won, 7-9 times 700,000 won, 10 or more times 1 million won each.

In the early days of professional basketball, each technical foul was 200,000 won, but it was subdivided into 500,000 won from the 7th to the 13th, and 1 million won for 14 or more. From the 2015-2016 season, this has been divided into more detailed and strongly applied.

The unsportsmanlike foul (U-foul) has been raised from 300,000 won to 300,000 won to 500,000 won.

The player who recorded바카라 the most technical fouls in the 2014-2015 season was Moon Tae-young with 10 times, and after the new technical foul penalty was changed, Troy Gillenwater held the record for the most technical fouls in a season with 8 times in the 2015-2016 season.

The penalty that Prim paid only for technical fouls, which is close to Gillenwater’s record, is 2.7 million won (20X2+30X2+50X2+70).

I received 4 U-fouls here. One of them was imposed a penalty of 1 million won, not 500,000 won, by the Finance Committee.

In addition, if you add up to 1 million won decided by the Finance Committee for the conduct of the match with Anyang KGC Ginseng Corporation, the total penalty for Prim is 6.2 million won. For reference, Gillenwater paid 14.3 million won for various reasons in the 2015-2016 season.

Hyundai Mobis coach Jo Dong-hyun said, ahead of the match against Daegu Korea Gas Corporation on the 16th, “I think we should have a meeting (with Prim) and drink coffee every day. He also talks about the unfair part. I watched the video of the KGC Ginseng Corporation and the match, but there are definitely some mistakes. It’s an action you can’t do. He said it was an unnecessary action.” “Some referees will see it with prejudice. I don’t need to do anything unnecessary, but I say I won’t. He jokingly said, ‘Because you feed KBL, stop paying (the penalty)’ (laughs).”

He continued, “While joking, he tells me a story, and scolds me for actions I shouldn’t do. He says he knows too. He says he knows he has improved a lot and is fortunate that he didn’t tear his uniform and towel. If you are going to do more (playing life) here (KBL), I asked you to think about getting along well with the referees,” he said. “It could be passion or energy. The desire to win is strong. Sliding to catch a rebound or a loose ball and committing a foul is because he is obsessed with the ball. If you ask why Prim is good, after 2 minutes of fighting on the bench, he turns the towel around and takes the most energy from the game. From the outside, it can look like bad moves,” he added.

When asked what it was like when watching videos of Prim’s college days, manager Cho Dong-hyun said, “There was nothing like that with referees in college game videos. Watching videos (of foreign players), if you appeal to the referee a lot or go to the referee without backcourt and talk to them, you understand that there are a lot of protests. Prim didn’t see anything like that. He only seemed to be playing hard,” he said. In Korea, it blows little by little. He’s a foul, and he seems to get annoyed at things like that when he’s not foul. Still, he keeps telling the story. it’s part of the game What the referee can do is the club. Mungyeong also called the general manager, saying that Prim had come to visit him saying that there was something unfair about him. Prim said he would deliver the unfair part.”After Prim, the player with the most technical fouls is Omari Spellman with five.

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