Women’s professional basketball veteran Lee Kyung-eun (35), who became a free agent (FA), will accompany Shinhan Bank in Incheon for two more years.
WKBL revealed that Shinhan Bank renewed the contract with Lee Kyung-eun for a two-year contract period and her annual salary of 140 million won. 카지노사이트
Lee Kyung-eun signed an amount that doubled from last year’s annual salary (70 million won).
Instead of Han Chae-jin, who retired at the end of the 2022-2023 season, Lee Kyung-eun will step out as the “eldest sister” to take center stage at Shinhan Bank.
Lee Gyeong-eun, a graduate of Sunil Girls’ High School, debuted at Woori Bank in 2006 and grew into a top-notch guard in the league through Kumho Life Insurance and KDB Life Insurance.
In the 2022-2023 season, he played in all 30 regular league games, played an average of 23 minutes and 32 seconds, and contributed to the team’s playoff advancement.
Lee Kyung-eun is the only player who renewed the contract with the original team during the first round of free agent negotiations.
The second negotiation period is from 11 to 20 days.
During the 2nd negotiation period, the 1st free agency target can negotiate with other clubs, and the 2nd or higher free agency target can negotiate with all clubs.