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Last week, the Japan Basketball Association and its interim men’s national team head coach Luka Pavicevic announced a 15-man squad for its upcoming exhibition series against Iran in Sapporo.

Leading up to the games on Friday and Saturday, the JBA held training camps for 60-plus players in December and January at Tokyo’s National Training Center. There, Pavicevic, who was hired as the national federation’s technical adviser last November, tried to instill team concepts and teach the proper ways of executing plays with more accuracy and intensity.

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