AFTER his stint with Terrafirma, Lester Prosper is slated to play in the Korean Basketball League with the Suwon KT Sonicboom.
Prosper is being brought in to replace Landry Nnoko as the Sonicboom hopes their fortunes would change. They are in last place in the 10-team league with a 7-14 win-loss record.
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Prosper is fresh from his stint with the Dyip in the PBA Commissioner’s Cup where the team ended up in last place with a 1-11 win-loss record.
Prosper was able to help Terrafirma end a 25-game losing streak when the Dyip defeated NLEX, 124-114, last November 18. Prosper scored 50 points in the match.
The Dyip import, however, missed the last two games of the eliminations due to health protocols.
Despite their struggles in the conference, Prosper already expressed his intention to play for Terrafirma if management is interested in bringing him back next year.
Aside from his PBA stint, Prosper also did charity work and basketball clinics to kids in the middle of the conference.