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Park Ji-su of the Cheongju KB Stars was named MVP of the fourth round of the 2021-22 Women’s Korean Basketball League (WKBL) season on Tuesday, turning into the principal player in WKBL to win the MPV title multiple times.

The WKBL season comprises of six rounds of five matches, with one player named MVP toward the finish of each round. The season MVP will be named after every one of the six rounds of ordinary season matches are done. Every one of the six clubs — Yongin Samsung Life Blueminx, Incheon Shinhan Bank S-Birds, Asan Woori Bank Wibee, Bucheon Hana 1Q Woman’s Basketball Team, Busan BNK Sum and Cheongju KB Stars—play 30 games, confronting each other multiple times in the standard season.

According to people who bet on national basketball team, the WKBL season began in October and after the initial five matches, Park was named MVP of the first round. On Dec. 17, Park was named MVP of the third round to match Shin Jeong-ja’s unequaled record of 12 titles.

Park Ji-su Sets WKBL Record

Park Ji-su Sets WKBL Record with 13th MVP TitlePark won her thirteenth title on Tuesday getting 38 of 76 media votes, 12 a greater number of than partner Kang Lee-seul, who got 24 votes. Park has now been named MVP in three out of four rounds of the WKBL up to this point this season.

Park as of now best the association as far as normal places: 21.65 focuses per match and 14.3 bounce back her match.

At only 22-years of age, Park is now probably the greatest name in the WKBL and one of a handful of the players ever to have simultaneous professions in both Korea and the United States. Park was drafted into the WNBA when she was just 19-years of age, turning into the primary Korean player to enter the U.S. association in 15 years, after Jung Sung-min, who was picked by the Seattle Storm in 2003.

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