Bath, who was not like a KT professional who was caught in a trust axe

Bath made his debut in the KBL this season as a member of the KT Wiz. He played in all games, recording an average of 25.4 points, 10.9 rebounds, 4.6 assists, 1.8 steals, and 2.5 three-point shots (35.8 percent success rate) per game. He ranked first in scoring, and fifth in rebound and assist.

He clearly showed off his best scoring ability in the league. KCC manager Jeon Chang-jin even said, “Bath is such a good player technically that it’s hard to stop him.” However, unlike the regular league, the playoff and championship game were forced to play hard times due to physical challenges. KT manager Song Young-jin was also well aware of this. In the second quarter, Song tried to use Michael Eric to give Bath maximum rest and prepare for physical challenges, but he also expressed his discontent.

Bath had a friction with the KT coaching staff over the playing time in each game. Coach Song had to replace Bath without touching his nerves in every game. Players who had to put everything into the series also had to be wary of Bath. When Bath, who made an error in the third quarter in Game 5 of the Champions League on the 5th, was replaced by Eric, Bath took off his uniform and went out of the stadium. The team was playing for a long time, but it was only a few minutes later that he came back to the bench.

It is no exaggeration to say that KT advanced to the playoffs thanks to Bath. However, in the championship match, Bath’s cacophony that Bath created was a big obstacle to the KT’s championship bid. Bath was completely unprofessional at all.

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