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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 .
The Ryukyu Golden Kings have bolstered their backcourt by signing guard Narito Namizato, it was announced Friday. Namizato starred for the Western Conference powerhouse squad during the past two seasons, then went to the United States in a failed
Despite the Akita Northern Happinets' 28-4 record and 11-game winning streak, coach Kazuo Nakamura's club is tinkering with its chemistry. After 16 games in an Akita uniform, forward Sylvester Seay has been released...Forward Deshawn Stephens, who's
Gyno Pomare delivered a splendid performance for the Iwate Big Bulls on Saturday evening. His team needed every ounce of energy he provided, every statistic in the box score, too. When it was over, Pomare had 33 points, 21 rebounds and two blocked
The Osaka Evessa were in dire straits at this time a season ago, losers of 19 of 24 games before the All-Star break. Then Bill Cartwright arrived and did a remarkable job leading the team's reclamation project. The ex-Chicago Bulls bench boss went 17-
With the eighth annual All-Star Game slated for Sunday afternoon in Akita, it's an appropriate time to take a look at highs and lows of the season's first half. The Akita Northern Happinets and Ryukyu Golden Kings have reigned supreme at home, both
The Ryukyu Golden Kings' sustained excellence is the gift that keeps on giving for the team's rabid fans. A 12-game winning streak ended on Saturday a two-point loss to the host Aomori Wat's but the Kings returned to their winning ways a day later.
It's no big surprise that 2013 has been another year of big twists and turns in the bj-league, which one can never accuse of being totally predictable, especially within the coaching ranks. The year's first month brought major attention to the
The shots weren't falling and their overall game was not a thing of beauty, not a well-choreographed artistic production...They edged the host Osaka Evessa 79-77 in overtime on Saturday, running their winning streak to 11 games. Overall they shot 28-
The Oita HeatDevils were 7-1 to open the 2012-13 season before the team's financial crisis broke up the nucleus of the roster, sending Matt Lottich, Wendell White, Taj Finger, Cyrus Tate, Kazuya J. Hatano and Naoto Takushi packing as massive cost-