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Moon Tae jongs Son Stevenson Knocking on the NBA Door

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‘Moon Tae-jong’s Son’ Stevenson Knocking on the NBA Door… Intention to Participate in Draft

A 210cm forward with an outside shot… Chances of nomination are low, so challenge expected after a year.

It is understood that Jaerin Stevenson (University of Alabama), the son of former national basketball team ace Taejong Moon, has announced his intention to participate in the National Basketball Association (NBA) rookie draft.

Stevenson was named on the list of 'early draft participants' candidates announced by the NBA Secretariat on the 2nd (local time).

Players included in this list must make a final decision on whether to participate in the draft by 5 p.m. on the 16th of next month.

If you do not receive special attention from each NBA team by the deadline or decide that you are losing out in competition with other players, you can withdraw your participation. 카지노사이트

If Stevenson didn't hire an agent, as per the rules, he would have no problem returning to the University of Alabama, which competes in Division 1 of the National Collegiate Sports Association (NCAA).

Some local basketball critics predict that if Stevenson is lucky this year, there is a possibility that he will be selected in the second round of the draft (31st to 60th).

However, media outlets that focus on news from the University of Alabama predicted that since the possibility of being selected was not very high, he would ultimately not participate in this year's draft and continue to hone his skills in college.

Since Jaerin Stevenson is still young, it is a reasonable decision to improve his skills to the level of being selected in the first round in next year's draft.

Still, by being named as an early participant in this year's draft, it seems that he will be able to check how much skill development is needed to cross the NBA threshold.

Born in 2005, Stevenson is a power forward with a height of 210 cm.

Stevenson, a 'freshman' who just entered the University of Alabama, is so talented that he was evaluated as being in the top 10 in the nation among his classmates who entered the same year.

He helped the University of Alabama advance to the semifinals in the NCAA men's basketball Division 1 tournament held last March.

Stevenson, classified as a bench resource this season, averaged 5.4 points and 2.7 rebounds in the regular season.

Just looking at the regular season, he's nowhere near NBA-caliber on record, but he's shown potential in tournaments.

He scored 19 points, including 5 3-pointers, in the quarterfinals against Clemson University, leading the University of Alabama to the semifinals for the first time in history.

His father, Taejong Moon, is a shooter born to an American father and a Korean mother.

He began playing in Korean professional basketball in the 2010-2011 season and played for 9 seasons until the 2018-2019 season.

At the 2014 Incheon Asian Games, he performed well as an ace and won a gold medal in Korean men's basketball.

Stevenson is currently an American citizen and lived in Korea with Tae-Jong Moon's parents while he was playing for the KBL.

When former national team coach Chu Il-seung contacted Mal in 2022 and mentioned the possibility of Stevenson's special naturalization, Moon Tae-jong responded, "My son says it's good too."

However, at this point, it is unclear whether Stevenson, who is still a student and has not achieved any success on the international stage, will be able to pass the Ministry of Justice's special naturalization review.

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