A few up-and-coming players’ names appear on the list of top Japanese scorers this season. They join many established players in providing an offensive spark for their respective teams.

Chiba Jets guard Yuki Togashi is setting the pace with 14.8 points per game, first among Japanese players in the 18-team first division. SeaHorses Mikawa standout Kosuke Kanamaru is No. 2 at 14.3 ppg.

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