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Samuraiz avenge defeat by Phoenix

/ Mar 13, 2016

Samuraiz avenge defeat by Phoenix

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After getting waxed by 20 points in the series opener, the Kanazawa Samuraiz avenged Saturday's defeat by thrashing the reigning champion Hamamatsu Higashimikawa Phoenix. Coach Yukinori Suzuki's Samuraiz set the tone for the game from the get-go in Kanazawa. After one quarter, Kanazawa led 26-7, and ...

/ Mar 12, 2016

Toyama whips Shinshu in series opener

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The hot-shooting Toyama Grouses trounced the Shinshu Brave Warriors in their series opener on Saturday, winning 84-60. Grouses coach Bob Nash's team shot 58.5 percent from inside the 3-point arc, converting 31 of 53 shots. Toyama (27-12) only attempted 12 3s and made four of ...

Tohoku teams part of community fabric

/ | Mar 12, 2016

Tohoku teams part of community fabric

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Men's pro basketball has thrived in Tohoku during the slow, difficult recovery from the March 11 disasters. Five years later, the sport has established a strong foothold and a tradition, laying the foundation for the future. A quick glance at the bj-league's Eastern Conference standings will ...

/ Mar 4, 2016

Hiroshima suffers 29th consecutive loss

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The Hiroshima Lightning's epic losing streak reached 29 games on Friday night in a 136-68 defeat to the host Oita Ehime HeatDevils. The HeatDevils (10-27) led 31-16 after one quarter and took a 58-34 advantage into halftime in Oita. The hosts pounced on the Lightning (1-34) ...

/ Feb 28, 2016

B-Corsairs rise to occasion with victory over Broncos

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The Yokohama B-Corsairs issued a challenge to themselves before Sunday's series finale against the Eastern Conference rival Saitama Broncos. The B-Corsairs repeated that challenge at halftime, when they faced a seven-point deficit at Yokohama International Swimming Pool. The hosts regrouped in the third quarter, taking head ...