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NBL Standings
 1. Toyota Alvark 47-8 
 2. Tochigi Brex 42-12 
 3. Toshiba BT 38-17 
 4. Aishin SH 35-18 
 5. Hitachi SR 34-20 
 6. Hokkaido L. 28-27 
 7. Mitsubishi DD 28-28 
 8. Chiba Jets 22-33 
 9. Hiroshima D. 16-38 
 10. Kumamoto V. 13-36 
 11. Nishinomiya S. 13-41 
 12. Tsukuba R. 8-46 
Last:5/8/2016
BJ Standings
Eastern
 1. Toyama Grouses 39-13 
 2. Sendai 89ers 37-15 
 3. Akita NH 35-17 
 4. Niigata Albirex 34-18 
 5. Iwate Big Bulls 30-22 
 6. Fukushima 30-22 
 7. Shinshu BW 27-25 
 8. Aomori Watts 23-29 
 9. Gunma 22-30 
 10. Yokohama BC 19-33 
 11. Saitama Bron. 5-47 
 12. Tokyo Cinq R. 5-47 
Western
 1. Kyoto Hannar. 41-11 
 2. Okinawa GK 40-12 
 3. Shimane SM 37-15 
 4. Hamamatsu P. 36-16 
 5. Shiga L-Stars 35-17 
 6. Osaka Evessa 35-17 
 7. Kanazawa Samuraiz 27-23 
 8. Fukuoka Rizing 20-32 
 9. Bambitious Nara 17-35 
 10. Oita H.Devils 16-34 
 11. Takamatsu FA 11-41 
 12. Hiroshima L. 1-51 
Last:5/25/2016
NBDL Standings
 1. Toyota Tsusho 32-4 
 2. Otsuka A. 26-10 
 3. Tokyo Excel. 25-11 
 4. Yamagata 23-13 
 5. Tokyo Z 22-14 
 6. Tokyo HT 17-19 
 7. Aisin AW 16-20 
 8. Tokyo Big Blue 8-28 
 9. Kagoshima 6-30 
 10. Toyoda Gosei 5-31 
Last:4/13/2016
Points Per Game
 Davante GARDNER
  Nishinom.
  (203-PF-91)
  Avg: 27.7
 1. Gardner, Nishinom.27.7 
 2. Fazekas, Toshiba25.5 
 3. Tillman, Hokkaido23.6 
 4. Rossiter, Tochigi23.5 
 5. Heytvelt, Hitac.18.2 
 6. Pattillo, Tsukuba18.0 
 7. Shorter, Hiroshim.17.9 
 8. Kanamaru, Aishin S.17.5 
 9. Burrell, Mitsubis.16.9 
 10. Chapman, Chiba J.16.9 
Rebounds Per Game
 Nick FAZEKAS
  Toshiba BT
  (211-F-85)
  Avg: 13.7
 1. Fazekas, Toshiba13.7 
 2. Rossiter, Tochigi12.3 
 3. N'Diaye, Tsukuba11.2 
 4. Gardner, Nishinom.10.7 
 5. Butts, Aishin SH10.6 
 6. Brenton, Tochigi10.1 
 7. Tillman, Hokkaido9.8 
 8. Burrell, Mitsubis.9.2 
 9. Gibbs, Toyota A.9.2 
 10. Rickert, Chiba Je.9.0 
Assists Per Game
 Tommy BRENTON
  Tochigi .
  (196-G-89)
  Avg: 5.8
 1. Brenton, Tochigi5.8 
 2. Sakuragi, Aishin SH3.4 
 3. Furuno, Kumamoto.3.4 
 4. Sakurai, Hokkaido.3.4 
 5. Tajima, Hokkaido.3.4 
 6. Ikaruga, Hiroshim.3.3 
 7. Tabuse, Tochigi3.3 
 8. Rossiter, Tochigi3.0 
 9. Tsuji, Toshiba BT2.9 
 10. Nishimura, Chiba2.9 
Steals Per Game
 Tommy BRENTON
  Tochigi .
  (196-G-89)
  Avg: 2
 1. Brenton, Tochigi2.0 
 2. Gibbs, Toyota A.2.0 
 3. Parker, Toyota A.1.8 
 4. Rossiter, Tochigi1.7 
 5. Hatakeyama, Nishin.1.7 
 6. Ikaruga, Hiroshim.1.6 
 7. Sakurai, Hokkaido.1.6 
 8. Shorter, Hiroshim.1.6 
 9. Tillman, Hokkaido1.5 
 10. Pattillo, Tsukuba1.5 
Blocks Per Game
 Andrew NAYMICK
  Tochigi Brex
  (209-C-85)
  Avg: 2.1
 1. Naymick, Tochigi B.2.1 
 2. Edwards, Aishin SH1.7 
 3. N'Diaye, Tsukuba1.3 
 4. Chapman, Chiba J.1.2 
 5. Takeuchi, Hitac.1.2 
 6. Parker, Toyota A.1.1 
 7. Nephawe, Kumamoto.1.1 
 8. Takeuchi, Hiroshim.1.1 
 9. Butts, Aishin SH1.1 
 10. Fazekas, Toshiba1.0 
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Cinq Reves Offense too much for 89ERs in Tokyo - Nov 10, 2012


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Eighth in the BJ League Eastern Conference took on ninth Saturday night at the Hino Sports Center out in west Tokyo as both Tokyo Cinq Reves and the Sendai 89ERs were looking for just their third win of the season so far.

First blood went to the visitors, and much of the 1Q saw PG Takehiko Shimura (160-G-83) take on Cinq Reves guard trio of Hirohisa Takada (186-G-86), Chris Sasaki (178-G-80), and Cohey Aoki (167-G-80); Shimura dominating for long periods in one-on-ones but let down by his team mates as the hosts ended the period five up at 19-14.

The gap had increased by half time with Cinq Reves leading 43-34 overall and showing signs of dominating stats-wise, leading across the board where it mattered with rebounds (22-11), in steals, blocks and turnovers.

Still, with Kevin Coble (203-F-87, college: Northwestern) repeatedly drawing fouls for Sendai, netting 4 of 5 from the FT line, Tokyo were well within range and capable of pulling back level before a team collapse in the 3Q.

Netting just 10 to Tokyos 24 in the penultimate period, the 89ERs were effectively killed off, leaving their 4Q fightback largely ineffectual on the overall scoreline.

The signs are there for Sendai in offense with four men in double figures, and a team average of 74.1 percent from the line. Defensively a number of questions need to be addressed before game two on Sunday after just 37 total rebounds compared to Tokyo's 51, blocks limited to two in forty minutes of game time and turnovers also in single figures.

The 614 fans, mostly in the colors of Cinq Reves were ecstatic with Jonathan Jones (211-C-79, agency: TSS Management)' 23 overall, 6 RBs and 4 TOs. Fan fave Cohey Aoki chipped in 11 towards the total, just two behind fellow guard Hirohisa Takada on the way to a final 89-68 scoreline.

  



Asia-Basket.com All-Japanese BJ League Awards 2016 - May 25, 2016


Finals MVP: Evan Ravenel (203-C/F-89) of Okinawa GK;
Player of the Year: Wendell White (198-G-84) of Sendai 89ers;
Guard of the Year: Joho Masashi (183-SF-82) of Toyama Grouses;
Forward of the Year: Scootie Randall (198-F-90) of Shimane SM;
Center of the Year: Evan Ravenel (203-C/F-89) of Okinawa GK;
Domestic Player of the Year: Joho Masashi (183-SF-82) of Toyama Grouses;
Import Player of the Year: Wendell White (198-G-84) of Sendai 89ers;
Defensive Player of the   
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Kings, Alvark to clash in B. League opener - May 24, 2016

The B. League revealed on Tuesday that the Alvark Tokyo and Ryukyu Golden Kings will tip off the inaugural season on Sept. 22 at Yoyogi National Gymnasium. It is the sole game that will be played on the day, and the other matchups, which will be announced later, will be played on the weekend. For the historical opening, the league picked two powerhouse clubs from the NBL and bj-league   [read more]

Nick Fazekas
NBL Round 3 of Semi-Finals. Toshiba BT reach Finals - May 24, 2016

Toshiba BT - Tochigi Brex 69-60 Toshiba Brave Thunders advanced into NBL Finals. They held off Tochigi Brex in the decisive third game of the semifinal series. The hosts started the game with a very strong first quarter 20-10. But Tochigi Brex won second period 21-12. However it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. The best player for the winners was American forward Nick Fazekas (211-85, college: Nevada) who had a double-double by scoring 31 points and 20 reboun...   [read more]


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