Professional basketball Goyang Carrot paid the remaining subscription fee of 1 billion won and was able to participate in the playoffs in the round of 6 normally.
On the afternoon of the 30th,메이저놀이터Goyang Carrot announced that they had paid all of the 1 billion won unpaid membership fee for the Korea Professional Basketball League (KBL). KBL also said, “Day One Sports paid the remaining 1 billion won after the first subscription fee of 500 million won. Carrot will be able to participate in the PO of the 6th round starting on April 2nd.”
Goyang Carrot Jumpers is a club that was created after Day One Asset Management, whose parent company is Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering, took over Goyang Orion after the end of the 2021-22 season. ‘Basketball President’ Heo Jae, former national team coach, was established as co-CEO.
The Carrot club, which started with a swollen dream, paid 500 million won of the special membership fee of 1.5 billion won in October of last year over the deadline. The balance of 1 billion won was in a situation where Day One Sports, the operating entity, was struggling with financial difficulties and was unable to pay.
KBL decided not to allow Goyang Carrot to participate in the 6th PO if it fails to pay the remaining subscription fee through an extraordinary general meeting in February. Carrot confirmed 5th place in the regular league, but if the subscription fee problem is not resolved by 6pm on the 31st, the PO qualification for the 6th round will be disqualified.
Fortunately, the payment was made one day before the Postseason Media Day, and the PO for the 6th round was held normally.
Media Day, in which six clubs gather to cast their ballots while Goyang Carrot solves the KBL subscription fee problem and avoids crippling, will also proceed normally on the morning of the 31st. From April 2nd, 4th place Ulsan Hyundai Mobis – 5th place Carrot, 3rd place Seoul SK – 6th place Jeonju KCC will face each other in the round of 6 PO (5 out of 3 wins).