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Many Chiba Jets players made a contribution in capturing the All-Japan Championship title on Monday, but Tyler Stone was one of the biggest “difference makers” for their Emperor’s Cup-winning run.

The 25-year-old is listed as a power forward on the roster and he can play near the basket with his size. But Stone’s versatility also makes him an outside player who can create mismatches against the opposition with his ball-handling, shooting and drive-in skills coming off the bench as well.

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