Coaches are abruptly reorganized to re-challenge the top of the SK Knights
The Seoul SK Knights professional basketball team (chief Oh Kyung-sik), which will try again to win the top as the runner-up in the previous season, will reorganize its coaches.
SK announced on the 1st, “We have reorganized our coaching staff to assist coach Jeon Hee-chul in preparation for the 2023-2024 season.”
SK Knights appointed Kim Jae-hwan (former SK Knights player) as a new coach to assist head coach Jeon Hee-chul and senior coach Kim Ki-man and promoted Moon Hyung-joon, a power analyst at SK Knights, to join the coaching staff. In addition, coach Nathan Hickman was appointed to manage foreign players and take charge of players’ skills. Coach Lee Hyun-joon left the team through an agreement with the club for health reasons.
After graduating from Whimoon High School and Yonsei University, new coach Kim Jae-hwan played for the SK Knights from 2007 to 2012, served as the head of the SK Knights after retirement, and this time he will join the SK Knights coaching staff.
Coach Moon Hyung-joon played for the SK Knights from 2009 to 2011 after going through Dandaebu High School and Dankook University, and was promoted to coach this time after working as the head of the SK Knights and the Power Analyst