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The NBL approved a new management company to run the financially distressed Tsukuba Robots in Thursday’s general meeting in Tokyo, the league office officially announced Friday.

A total of 11 Robots players had been released as they didn’t agree to new contracts with the new management by the end of last month, while only four players remained on the team, including a pair of Americans (Lamar Sanders and Justin Reynolds).

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