Park Ji-hyun scores double-digit points in 34+ minutes on successful Australian debut

Park Ji-hyun’s first move after becoming a free agent was to play overseas.

Park didn’t take a break after the end of the season to try out overseas leagues, and he announced that he was joining the NBL1 in Australia. His team was the Bankstown Bruins.

Park played his first game on the 18th, and the results were very encouraging. She played 34 minutes and 14 seconds at Cometz Stadium in Sydney, Australia, and finished with 12 points, 온라인카지노 seven rebounds, two assists, and two steals.

In his first game in the NBL1 (Australia), Park scored in double figures.

The Bankstown Bruins’ Park started and played a team-high 34 minutes and 14 seconds against the Sydney Comets at Comets Stadium in Sydney, Australia, on Nov. 18 (ET). He finished with 12 points, seven rebounds, two assists, and two steals.

Due to administrative issues, Park arrived on the morning of the 18th and immediately hit the floor, but it was Park who turned her enthusiasm for the game into a record. The team lost 54-77, but Park was able to capitalize on a variety of offensive routes, including a steal and a three-pointer.

Park will play their second game of the overseas league on the 19th. The opponent will be the Hornsby Spiders.

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