Kim Dong-ha 
South Korea
Kingzone DragonX
Picks up kills and assists throughout win
July 12, 2018
Khan ended KZ's 2-0 win over MVP with a 6/1/12 total KDA.
Khan finished Game 1 with a 6/1/3 KDA as Kled. He was involved in nine of 15 kills, leading Kingzone with six kills in the opening game. In Game 2, Khan used Dr. Mundo and earned a 0/0/9 KDA. He was involved in nine of 12 kills, all assists, while giving away no deaths in the final game. Khan was involved in 18 of 27 kills in the series, ending with KZ's second-highest kill and assist totals.
Shows up huge against Machi Esports to claim victory
July 9, 2018
Khan dominated M17, earning a 15/2/3 KDA on Darius.
Khan started out his team's victory over Machi Esports with a strong showing that never fell off. After picking up first blood just four minutes into the game, he found kills over and over again, destroying the enemy team and quickly scaling up. He never slowed his play down, continuing to find the enemy team caught out over and over again. As the game went on, he found himself heavily focused yet seemingly unable to be killed. Averaging more than a kill every two minutes, his domination was apparent. Picking up a quadra kill at the 20-minute mark, Khan's dominant showing was more than enough to carry his team to victory, resulting in KingZone taking a 28-minute victory.
Drops first game at Rift Rivals
July 6, 2018
Khan finished KZ's loss to FW with a 1/2/5 KDA as Dr. Mundo.
Khan ended the game involved in six of 11 kills. He managed only one kill in the game, but his two deaths were a team low. Khan picked up five assists, having the third-highest assist total as KZ dropped their opening game to Flash Wolves.
Pops off in lopsided win
June 24, 2018
Khan tallied a 7/2/4 KDA in Kingzone DragonX's 2-0 win over bbq Olivers on Sunday.
While Khan didn't exactly do much in Kingzone's Game 1 win, he absolutely showed off during the team's win in Game 2. On Renekton, he put up a ridiculous 7/1/1 KDA as the sole driving force in the one-sided romp. He picked up two quick kills in the opening minutes of the game and it was off to the races from there. To put his performance in perspective, he had 44 percent of his team's kills by himself. Playing like this makes a good case for Kingzone repeating as champions this split.
Falls flat on carry champions against RNG
May 20, 2018
Khan earned a series KDA of 4/11/13 in his team's 3-1 loss at the hands of RNG.
Throughout the entire series against RNG, Khan struggled to play his signature carry style. Starting off on Fiora, he was unable to get things going, getting absolutely destroyed in lane. After the Game 1 defeat, he switched things up in Game 2 and picked a more hybrid style champion in Cho'Gath. This change was welcome and allowed Kingzone to pick up what would end up being the team's only victory in the series. Despite this success from the style change, Khan fell back to carry champions in Game 3 and Game 4, finding almost no success. Finding only two kills in the final two games of the game, it was clear that the carry champions were not a success. Due to the lackluster performance, KZ was easily defeated, giving the series victory to RNG without putting up much of a fight.
Comes up short in teamfights
May 15, 2018
Khan ended Kingzone's Monday loss to RNG with a 1/4/1 KDA.
On Camille, Khan did just fine in the early stages of the game, even outplaying a 1-vs-2 scenario to come away with an even trade. However, once teamfights started up, Khan had a rough go of it. The Camille-Galio combo that Kingzone drafted never really came out, and on the occasions that Khan could make his way into the backline, he was no match for Uzi's fed Kai'Sa.
Tries his heart out
May 13, 2018
Khan ended 2/2/2 as Kingzone fell to Flash Wolves on Sunday.
Khan started this game at something of a disadvantage, playing Gnar into the classic Yasuo counter pick, and it didn't help when his opponent picked up a triple kill. However, having kept close in CS, he continued to impress in teamfights. He was constantly trying his hardest to make plays, leading to some miraculous--if temporary--base defenses. He ended the game tied for the fewest deaths on the team while participating in all four KZ kills.
Remains unbeaten when playing full series
March 14, 2018
Khan ended KZ's 2-1 win over ROX with a 9/7/29 total KDA.
Khan finished Game 1 with a 3/5/12 KDA as Gangplank. He was involved in 15 of 21 kills, tying PraY for the team-high assist total in Game 1. In Game 2, Khan used Gnar and earned a 4/1/9 KDA. He was involved in 13 of 17 kills, tying for the second-highest assist total while giving away only one kill in the Game 2 loss. For the final game of the series, Khan used Camille and ended with a 2/1/8 KDA. He was involved in 10 of 17 kills, helping KZ close out the series win. Khan remains unbeaten when playing every game of a series so far this year.
Deathless across two game series
March 6, 2018
Khan finished KZ's 2-0 win over SKT with a 5/0/10 total KDA.
Khan ended Game 1 with a 4/0/5 KDA as Jayce. He was involved in nine of 15 kills,, finishing with the second-highest kill total in the game. In Game 2, Khan used Sion and earned a 1/0/5 KDA. He was involved in only six of 20 kills, tying for the team-low kill total, while having the second-lowest assists in Game 2. Khan ended with his team's lowest kill participation total but was the only player to have no deaths in the series.
Surprisingly benched after Game 1 loss
February 22, 2018
Khan ended Game 1 of Thursday's loss to BBQ with a 2/2/0 KDA as Gangplank.
Khan finished the game involved in two of three kills as BBQ took the opening match of the series. Khan was surprisingly benched in favor of Rascal after Game 1, despite having the team-high kill total after the first game. Expect Khan to return during KZ's next series as his upside remains one of the best top laners in the world.
Smashes Smeb en route to sweep
February 8, 2018
Khan finished KZ's 2-0 win over KT with a 9/3/11 combined KDA.
Khan ended Game 1 with a 3/1/2 KDA as Vladimir. He was involved in only five of 12 kills, but finished with the team's second-highest kill total. In Game 2, Khan earned a 6/2/9 KDA as Camille. He was involved in 15 of 18 kills, leading KZ with six kills, while finishing tied for the third-highest assist total. Khan dominated Smeb and KT throughout the series.
Riven pentakill highlights series stomp
January 31, 2018
Khan ended KZ's sweep of ROX with a 12/1/8 combined KDA.
Khan finished Game 1 with a 5/0/5 KDA as Gangplank. He was unkillable, while finishing the game involved in 10 of 11 kills, leading KZ with five kills. In Game 2, Khan played the first Riven in three years in the LCK, earning a 7/1/3 KDA. He was involved in 10 of 15 kills in Game 2, leading KZ with seven kills. His pentakill during the game's final teamfight highlighted the one-sided series as KZ cleanly took out ROX. Khan's 12 kills were a series high.
Gives SKT fits in big win
January 26, 2018
Khan ran rampant on SKT in Kingzone DragonX's 2-0 sweep on Friday, tallying a 6/1/5 KDA.
While Khan's Camille in Game 1 may have managed to finish with a flawless KDA, his Fiora in Game 2 was by far the highlight of the series. He was incredibly pesky and never let SKT rest for a second. Whether he was picking up a kill in a 1-vs-2 and escaping without being killed or just simply running around the map with multiple members of SKT chasing him, Khan was living right and was a huge factor in the team's easy win. Drawing so much focus from SKT allowed his teammates to easily pick up objectives across the map and lock up the quick 2-0.
Returns with a vengeance
January 23, 2018
Khan finished Tuesday's sweep of AF with a 3/2/13 combined KDA.
Khan played Gnar in Game 1 and finished with a 1/0/5 KDA. He was involved in six of eight kills, finishing with the second highest assist total while not giving away a death in the game. In Game 2, Khan used Jayce and earned a 2/2/8 KDA. He was involved in 10 of 14 kills, finishing with the second highest assist total and tying for the third most kills on the team.
Re-signs with Longzhu Gaming
November 21, 2017
The team announced on Facebook Tuesday morning that Khan has re-signed with the team.
Khan played a fantastic Summer Split, often being hailed as one of the best top laners in the World throughout. Khan joined Longzhu in May 2017 after bouncing around teams since 2013. He will remain alongside last year's starting roster of Cuzz, Bdd, PraY, and GorillA.
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