- Milwaukee Bucks 2004 - present
Ha Seung-Jin hails from South Korea and has played at the NBA league as well as the NBA D-league as a professional basketball player. The 7’3” tall Center weighing 305 lbs is amongst some of the largest players in NBA.
In his early days, Seung-Jin joined the Yonsei University and was a part of the University’s man’s basketball team. He came to U.S. in 2004 to participate in the 2004 NBA draft and was picked up by the Portland Trail Blazers the same year. That season being his rookie year, with the Blazers he played only a few games. Particularly in a match against the Los Angeles Lakers in April, 2004 he scored his career best of 13 points for a game.
In the next season, i.e. 2005-06, Seung-Jin joined the NBA D-League (NBA Development League) and played for the Fort Worth Flyers from March 2006. The D-League is the NBA’s official minor league of the organization. He played 5 games with the Flyers but failed to make a mark on the records scoring at an average of 1.5 points per game. The same year, he returned to play for the Blazers when principle centers Joel Przybilla and Theo Ratliff were ruled out of play owing to injury. He played 4 games with the Blazers and averaged 11 minutes on court. For his NBA career, Seung-Jin records an average of 2.7 points per game.
The Blazers traded Seung-Jin in July 2006 with the Milwaukee Bucks. He was exchanged as part of a four player deal but the Bucks waived off Seung-Jin before the start of the 2006-07 season. In December of 2006, he was picked up by the Anaheim Aesrnal of the NBA D-League and stayed with them for a season.
Currently, Seung-Jin is playing with the KCC Jeonju at the Korean Basketball League.
He has won the Korean Basketball League Championship with his team in 2009.