Lee Jae-do is playing in 373 consecutive games. It surpassed Joo Hee-jung’s 371 games. Now, we look at the 384 games of Choo Seung-gyun in second place.

Lee Jae-do played 17 minutes and 8 seconds in a confrontation with Anyang KGC Ginseng Corporation on October 11, 2014, and played 373 consecutive games without missing a single game except for the military service period until the match against Wonju DB on the 3rd 토토사이트.

In the 2013-2014 season, which was his debut season, he could not step on the court at all in the 6th round, so he is not writing a record of consecutive appearances with his debut like Lee Jung-hyun.

Nevertheless, after standing on the court for 8 seasons without any major injuries, he has now pushed Joo Hee-jung to 3rd place, and is looking forward to a leap to 2nd place.

Lee Jae-do surpasses Choo Seung-gyun’s 384 games and becomes second only in an away game against Seoul Samsung on the 18th of next month.

Lee Jae-do exploded 28 points in an away game against Samsung on November 12, 2014, leading Busan KT, his team at the time, to victory.

It is a game that has become a stepping stone for Lee Jae-do, who was unstable enough to play for only one minute in the previous game, to continue the record of consecutive appearances.

If Lee Jae-do continues his record of consecutive appearances, he will record the second place in consecutive appearances at Jamsil Gymnasium, a place that is meaningful to him.

For reference, Lee Jung-hyun, who currently has 565 consecutive appearances, holds the first place. If Lee Jung-hyun stops his streak, he will receive a commemorative award from KBL like Jeon Seong-hyun, who made 76 consecutive three-point shots.

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