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Korea Basketball League Issues Apology To Fans Following Match-Fixing Arrest Of Coach
Published March 13, 2013
KANG DENIES CHARGES: In Seoul, Gwang-lip & Sang-soo reported the Uijeongbu prosecution said that Kang "intentionally threw four Dongbu games" during the '10-11 season in February and March '11 after receiving 47M won ($42,883) from two brokers. Kang has been the country's best point guard since he played for Chung Ang University and then a corporate team run by Kia Motors. After the creation of the professional league, Kang, nicknamed "A Wizard on the Court," had 3,738 points, 938 rebounds and 2,201 assists until his retirement in '04. During the press conference, Han said that "he and other KBL officials still see Kang as the accused, not as a criminal, citing Kang’s strong denial of the charge" (KOREA JOONGANG DAILY, 3/13).