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Nile Murry, a dependable backcourt leader for four bj-league franchises, has joined his fifth club in the fledgling circuit. The Hamamatsu Higashimikawa Phoenix on Thursday announced Murry had finalized a contract with the club for the 2014-15 season.
Big man Jeff Newton, who has played on a bj-league record six championship teams, will not be back with the Ryukyu Golden Kings for the 2014-15 season, his longtime agent Wallace Prather told The Japan Times on Friday. Newton spent the past six
After 50 defeats in 52 games during the 2011-12 season, the Takamatsu Five Arrows' rebuilding project included a newcomer in the middle, Paul Williams. Without much fanfare in the mainstream media, the veteran big man played an integral role in the
The Osaka Evessa held the Shiga Lakestars to 19-for-60 shooting, seized control of the game in the third quarter and made a winner of Evessa coach Shunsuke Todo in his bj-league playoff debut. Osaka's 77-54 victory in Yasu, Shiga Prefecture, included
They started the season with six straight wins, followed by eight consecutive defeats. And they lost four of their last six contests entering Saturday's series opener against the Western Conference's cellar-dwelling Shimane Susanoo Magic...Seven
Piece by piece, Kyoto Hannaryz coach Honoo Hamaguchi has cobbled together an impressive resume. He is the bj-league's only bench boss to be in charge of a team on opening day in all nine seasons. Through Sunday, Hamaguchi's overall regular-season
While playing in their 47th regular-season game on Friday night in Moriguchi, Osaka Prefecture, two bj-league teams shared several other similarities...In a game tied after both the first and second quarter, the Takamatsu Five Arrows held one key
Masashi Joho's arrival in Toyama before the start of the 2011-12 season was a clear sign that the Grouses had decided to raise the stakes for a franchise that had struggled to win games since its inception in 2006. Clearly, this signing signaled the
The Japan Times features periodic interviews with players in the bj-league. D'Andre Bell of the Osaka Evessa is the subject of this week's profile. Position: Guard Age: 26 Ht: 198 cm Wt: 98 kg Hometown : Los Angeles College: Georgia Tech Noteworthy:
The Rizing Fukuoka used a simple formula for success on Saturday: Outscore the Osaka Evessa in all four quarters...Led by Seth Tarver's team-high 20 points on 8-for-10 shooting, Fukuoka blasted Osaka, winning 90-67 and moving within three games of a .