No players switch teams on compensation. This year’s total compensation is $3.91 billion. That’s 41.3% of the total compensation in history.

The KBL has a compensation system as part of its free agency rules. If a player (under the age of 35) is transferred to another team, the team that acquires him must compensate his original club.

The compensation is one compensation player and 50% of the previous season’s compensation or 200% of the previous season’s compensation for players ranked 30th, 100% of the previous season’s compensation for players ranked 31st through 40th, and 50% of the previous season’s compensation for players ranked 41st through 50th.

In this year’s free agency market, four players ranked in the top 30 changed teams. They are Choi Jun-yong (SK → KCC), Moon Sung-gon (KGC → KT), Yang Hong-seok (KT → LG), and Jung Hyo-geun (KGC → KGC). In addition, Kim Jun-il (LG→Hyundai Mobis), who is in the top 40 of the compensation list, will also receive compensation.

The KBL announced on Aug. 28 that all players opted for 200 percent compensation.

SK, which let Choi Jun-yong go, will receive 1.1 billion won, KGC and KT, the original clubs of Moon Sung-gon and Yang Hong-seok, will receive 1 billion won, and KOGAS, which failed to re-sign Jung Hyo-geun, will receive 600 million won. LG will get back Kim Jun-il’s salary from last season as compensation.

The total amount of compensation for the five players is 3.91 billion won 토토사이트.

Since 2007, compensated players and compensation payments have been required, and the total amount of compensation paid for the transfer of compensated free agents is 9.57 billion won.

KCC, which signed a record six compensated free agents, paid 45.6 percent of the total amount, or 4.15 billion won, to opposing teams. LG followed KCC with 1.6 billion won in compensation.

Conversely, the two clubs that received the most compensation were KGC with 2.88 billion won and Gasworks with 2.06 billion won. In the case of GAS, this includes the compensation of its predecessor, Eland.

KGC and Hyundai Mobis also signed compensated free agents for the first time in their history this year. However, Hyundai Mobis has never signed a compensated free agent before.

Conversely, no compensated free agents have left KCC, a big player in the free agent market.

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