Kim Joo-sung (basketball)
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November 9, 1979 |
U-dong, Haeundae-gu, Busan
|Height||205 centimetres (6 ft 9 in)|
|Weight||92 kilograms (203 lb)|
|College team||Chung-Ang University|
|Team||Wonju Dongbu Promy|
|Revised Romanization||Gim Ju-Seong|
|Competitor for South Korea|
|FIBA Asia Championship|
Kim Joo-Sung (Korean: 김주성, Hanja: 金鑄城; born November 9, 1979 in U-dong, Haeundae-gu, Busan) is a South Korean basketball player. He plays forward-center. He currently plays for Wonju Dongbu Promy, and he wears number 5. He is 205 centimetres (6 ft 9 in) tall.
Kim attended Chung-Ang University from 1998 to 2001. He played on the college's basketball team.
Wonju TG Xers
After college, Kim joined the Wonju TG Xers. Kim had one of the best rookie recording averages with 17.04 points, 8.72 rebounds, 2.24 assists, and 2.07 shoot-blocks in the season. In addition, he helped the team win the championship keeping the goal in the post-season of the 2002-2003 league. Kim averaged 18.85 points, 8.85 rebounds, and 2.43 shoot-blocks and won the Most Valuable Player of the league in the 2003-2004 season. However, the Xers failed to win the championship of 2003-2004, losing to Jeonju KCC Egis. In spite of the team's loss, The Xers won the championship in the 2004-2005 season, and Kim won the Most Valuable Player of the post-season for the first time.
Wonju Donbu Promy
The Xers was taken over by Dongbu Group, was reorganized to Wonju Dongbu Promy. Though the Promy took third place, Promy failed in the playoff, losing to by Daegu Orions. The next year, Kim was injured and could not participate. Therefore, Promy failed to join the post-season, taking the eighth rank.
In the 2007-2008 season, his team won the championship by defeating Seoul Samsung Thunders. Kim won the Most Valuable Player for the second time.
- "Introduction to South Korean Basketball". Asia-Basket. Retrieved 2010-09-02.