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Busan KT Sonicboom

Busan kt Sonicboom
부산 kt 소닉붐
2015–16 Busan KT Sonicboom season
Busan kt Sonicboom  부산 kt 소닉붐 logo
League Korean Basketball League
Founded 1997
History Gwangju Nasan Flamans
Gwangju Goldbank Clickers
Yeosu Goldbank Clickers
Yeosu Korea Tender Purmi
Busan Korea Tender Maxten
Busan KTF Magic Wings
Busan kt Sonicboom
Arena Sajik Arena
(Capacity: 14,099)
Location Busan, South Korea
Team colors Black, Red and White
Team captain Kang Hyuk
Affiliation(s) KT
2014–15 position 7th
Home jersey
Team colours
Away jersey
Team colours
KT Sports
Baseball Basketball E-Sports
Shooting Field Hockey Sports

Busan kt Sonicboom is a professional basketball team based in Busan, South Korea. The team is a member of the Korean Basketball League. They play at the Sajik Arena which is affectionately nicknamed "The house that Jasper built" after ex-Boom legend, Jasper Johnson.[1] The teams biggest rivals are the LG Sakers, from neighbouring city Changwon and matches between these two are always fiercely fought affairs. They have produced some classics in recent years including a famous victory in Changwon in the 2008/2009 season when Jasper Johnson won the match with a 3 pointer in the final second, writing himself into the club's folklore.

Team Name

  • 1997.01~1999.08: Gwangju Nasan Flamans
  • 1999.08~2000.05: Gwangju Goldbank Clickers
  • 2000.05~2001.07: Yeosu Goldbank Clickers
  • 2001.07~2003.09: Yeosu Korea Tender Purmi
  • 2003.09~2003.11: Busan Korea Tender Maxten
  • 2003.11~2009.06: Busan KTF Magic Wings
  • 2009.06~: Busan kt Sonicboom



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Famous Players



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External links

  • Official Website (Korean) (English)
  • Official Facebook
  • Busan KT Sonicboom at Asia-Basket
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