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Yokohama edges past Akita. - Jan 16, 2013
The Japan Times can authoritatively report that Draelon Burns and Thomas Kennedy both made 9 of 14 shots from inside the 3-point arc and led the Yokohama B-Corsairs to a 92-81 victory over the Akita Northern Happinets in their bj-league series opener on Tuesday.
Burns, who'll play in Sunday's All-Star Game at Ariake Colosseum, scored a game-high 27 points, adding 13 rebounds and eight assists off the bench. Kennedy poured in 25 points and grabbed 11 boards. Kenji Yamada finished with 16 points, including a pair of 3-pointers, for Yokohama (19-8 overall, 10-5 home contests), Masayuki Kabaya contributed nine points and Senegalese big man Pape Faye Mour added eight.
The B-Corsairs held the visitors to 15 points in both the second and fourth quarters, outscoring them 51-30 in that span in Hiratsuka, Kanagawa Prefecture.
Marshall Brown led Akita (14-9) with 26 points on 9-for-15 shooting overall, and knocked down 3 of 6 3-pointers. Dan Fitzgerald added 10 points and seven rebounds and Dion Harris had eight. Ryosuke Mizumachi, Shigehiro Taguchi and Yuki Yamaguchi all scored seven points apiece for the Happinets, who led 27-21 entering the second quarter.
The C-Corsairs are 3-0 against the Happinets this season.
Akita attempted more 3s (13-for-37) than 2s (17-for-34).
The series shifts to Yokohama Cultural Gymnasium for Wednesday's rematch at 7 p.m.
89ers acquire Hargrow
High-scoring guard Maurice Hargrow has joined the Sendai 89ers, the bj-league team announced Tuesday.
Hargrow fills a roster spot vacated by forward Kevin Coble, who was released on Monday.
As a Chiba Jets standout in 2011-12, Hargrow, a University of Minnesota product, and ex-Rizing Fukuoka star Kevin Palmer shared the league's No. 2 scoring spot among all players (21.6 points per game).
"Maurice Hargrow brings us veteran leadership and experience," Sendai coach Bob Pierce told The Japan Times on Tuesday. "His ability to create his own shot, and to create shots for others, will be extremely valuable during the second half of the season."
Coble, who attended Northwestern University, appeared in 24 games for Sendai, averaging 13.0 points. He shot 31.1 percent on 3-pointers and 40.4 from inside the arc.
Sendai (9-15) is currently in ninth place in the 11-team Eastern Conference, with three less wins than the East's current sixth-place team, the Jets (12-12).
Six teams in each conference qualify for the playoffs.
| Karimata, Jones carry Fukushima past Yokohama- Mar.31, 2015 (by Emeka)|
Japan times can authoritatively report that the Fukushima Firebonds put on a shooting clinic from 3-point range at Yokohama International Swimming Pool on Saturday.Yes, their long-range perimeter marksmen did their best impersonation of the Golden State Warriors - indeed, the Splash Brothers, Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, would've enjoyed the action, too.Masaya Karimata sank 7 of 12 3-pointers in an electrifying 30-point, nine-assist performance and backcourt mate Verdell Jones III had... [read more]
Japan times can authoritatively report that the Fukushima Firebonds put on a shooting clinic from 3-point range at Yokohama International Swimming Pool on Saturday.
Yes, their long-range perimeter marksmen did their best impersonation of the Golden State Warriors - indeed, the Splash Brothers, Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, would've enjoyed the action, too.
Masaya Karimata sank 7 of 12 3-pointers in an electrifying 30-point, nine-assist performance and backcourt mate Verdell Jones III had 30 points, including 4-for-4 from beyond the arc, as Fukushima defeated Yokohama 106-91.
Jones dished out seven assists and drained 10 of 12 free throws as the Firebonds, a first-year franchise, improved to 17-28.
Fukushima forward Edward Morris, who attended Pittsburg State in Kansas, scored 18 points, grabbed 15 rebounds and had six assists on the night before an announced crowd of 2,462. Big man James Hughes had 16 points and swatted three shots in the win.
The Firebonds moved the basketball efficiently and made smart decisions on offense, as evidenced by their 28 assists and eight turnovers.
Wichita State product Carl Hall led Yokohama (11-32) with 29 points on 13-for-18 shooting and 11 rebounds. Wayne Marshall scored 15 points, Masayuki Kabaya had 14, Warren Niles supplied 13 and Kenji Yamada scored 12 and dished out 10 assists.
Fukushima sealed the win with 30-point second and fourth quarters.
Broncos 88, Crane Thunders 84
In Gyoda, Saitama Prefecture, for the Broncos, 'home sweet home' hasn't been an expression that could describe the team's games in front of their home fans.
Exhibit A: The Broncos were 0-20 at home entering Saturday's bj-league series opener against Gunma.
Broncos coach Kazuaki Shimoji's club snapped a nine-game overall losing streak.
Gary Johnson led Saitama with 27 points and Nyika Williams notched a double-double with 19 points and 11 rebounds. Junya Masumoto put 18 points on the board and veteran guard Koji Nagata had 17 points, 10 assists and four steals.
Carlos Dixon scored 21 points for the Crane Thunders (15-28). He was 8-for-9 from 2-point range and 0-for-8 from beyond the arc. Dixon added 12 rebounds and nine assists, team-high totals in both categories.
Gunma's Masashi Obuchi and Melvin Ely each scored 17 points. Obuchi doled out five assists. Ely, a former NBA big man, pulled down eight rebounds.
The Crane Thunders shot 17.2 percent from 3-point range (5-for-29)
The Broncos led 44-40 at halftime.
89ers 81, Cinq Reves 69
In Hachioji, Kejuan Johnson's 25-point, 11-rebound, seven-assist, six-steal effort ignited Sendai to its 10th straight victory and a series sweep.
Tokyo (5-39) dropped its 10th straight game.
Jeral Davis had 17 points, eight rebounds and four blocks for the 89ers (32-14) and fellow big man Adrian Moss, a University of Florida alum, chipped in with 14 points and 10 boards. Manato Kikuchi had a 13-point outing and Takehiko Shimura dished out seven assists.
Northern Happinets 99, Brave Warriors 94
In Odate, Akita Prefecture, balanced scoring carried the hosts to a series-opening win over Shinshu.
Richard Roby finished with 23 points for Akita (35-10), while Ruben Boykin had a 21-point effort on 10-for-15 shooting. Yuto Otsuka poured in 17 points, draining 3 of 6 3s and Shigehiro Taguchi scored 16 points. Deshawn Stephens and Ryosuke Mizumachi both had 11 points.
Stephens, a San Diego State product, grabbed a team-high 12 rebounds. Taguchi and Roby each dished out six assists, and Boykin handed out five.
Mohamed Abukar paced the Brave Warriors (18-25) with 31 points. Shoji Nakanishi added 15 points, including 3-for-4 from long range, and DeVaughn Washington contributed 13 points, nine rebounds and eight assists.
Phoenix 91, Rizing 87 (OT)
In Kurume, Fukuoka Prefecture, Nile Murry scored 19 points and Jermaine Green and Atsuya Ota each had 18 as Hamamatsu edged the hosts in overtime for its second victory in as many days.
Green grabbed a game-high 13 rebounds and Ota, whose scoring output was a season-best total, hauled in seven.
The Phoenix (36-10) shot 57.6 percent from inside the arc.
Josh Peppers was Fukuoka's leading scorer with 23 points. He also snatched eight boards. John Humphrey added 20 points, seven rebounds and five assists. Cohey Aoki added 19 points and Cyrus Tate had 13 points and eight boards for the Rizing (12-34).
After the game, Phoenix coach Tomoya Higashino said he was pleased with his team's performance.
'This weekend against Fukuoka, we played hard without (injured) Mo Charlo,' Higashino told The Japan Times. 'Our young players really stepped up and really rose to the challenge. Ota had a great game in the second game.'
Lakestars 85, Bambitious 77
In Kashiba, Nara Prefecture, Yu Okada and Jeff Parmer both made five steals in a high-energy effort against the Bambitious.
Parmer also scored a team-high 22 points and raked in 11 rebounds, and Okada added 19 points and five assists. Terrance Woodbury scored 21 points for Shiga (27-16).
Chehales Tapscott had 20 points and eight rebounds for Nara (12-33) and Tatsuya Suzuki scored 19 points and dished out nine assists. Michael St. John added 12 points and 15 rebounds, while Ryo Yamazaki scored 13 points.
Big Bulls 80, Wat's 69
In Takizawa, Iwate Prefecture, the hosts' strong start carried them to a victory over Aomori.
The Big Bulls led 19-6 entering the second quarter.
East-leading Iwate (36-9) out-rebounded the visitors 51-40.
Big Bulls star Lawrence Blackledge made his mark on both ends of the floor, finishing with 17 points, 11 rebounds, four steals, four blocks and three assists. Frontcourt mate Abullahi Kuso, a Gonzaga alum, added 15 points, seven rebounds and two blocks, while Masato Tsukino canned all three of his 3-point attempts in a 13-point outing. Wayne Arnold finished with 12 points.
For the Wat's (23-22), Yuki Kitamuki scored 16 points and Paul Williams added 13 points and 12 rebounds.
Albirex BB 79, Grouses 76
In Niigata, Thomas Kennedy ignited the Albirex offense with 24 points and the hosts eked out a win over rival Toyama.
Patrick Sullivan had 12 points and 10 rebounds for Niigata (30-15), while Yuichi Ikeda and Russell Carter each scored 11 points.
Joe Werner led the Grouses (31-14) with 16 points and hauled in 10 boards and Sam Willard finished with 15 points and 15 boards. Tatsunori Fujie matched Willard's scoring total and Takeshi Mito poured in 14 points. Masashi Joho, who was held to six points on 2-for-8 shooting, dished out seven assists.
Susanoo Magic 83, Evessa 73
In Yonago, Tottori Prefecture, Isiah Brown and Bingo Merriex combined for 45 points to guide Shimane past Osaka.
Brown had a team-best 25 points on 10-for-15 shooting and 11 rebounds. Merriex scored 20 and hauled in nine rebounds and made four steals. Edward Yamamoto ended the contest with 19 points for the Magic (17-28).
Josh Dollard, who had 31 points with 12 rebounds, was the top scorer for the Evessa (25-20). Shota Konno and Takuya Soma both scored 12 points and Gary Hamilton grabbed 17 rebounds.
Hannaryz 79, Golden Kings 73
In Okinawa City, West-leading Kyoto improved to 38-7 with a victory against rival and defending champion Ryukyu.
The Golden Kings slipped to 36-9.
Led by Ryan Forehan-Kelly's 16 points, five Kyoto players scored in double figures. Reggie Warren had a 15-point game, David Palmer added 12 and Kevin Kotzur and Sunao Murakami both finished with 10. It was a season-high total for Murakami.
Kyoto out-rebounded Ryukyu 43-28. Kotzur secured nine rebounds, Forehan-Kelly hauled in eight and Warren grabbed seven.
Ryuichi Kishimoto paced the Golden King with 24 points, burying 6 of 12 3-point shots. Draelon Burns added 18 points, Naoto Kosuge had nine and Narito Namizato seven.
HeatDevils 91, Five Arrows 88
In Zentsuji, Kagawa Prefecture, Oita (17-28) solidified its playoff hopes by securing a road win over Takamatsu.
The Five Arrows fell to 13-32.
Drew Barham sank five 3s in a 27-point performance for the HeatDevils. Demetri McCamey had 22 points and five assists and Kellen Thornton chipped in with 20 points and 13 rebounds. Naoto Takushi added 11 points and seven assists.
B.J. Puckett was the high scorer for Takamatsu with 32 points on 13-for-18 shooting. Dexter Lyons had 24 points, 11 rebounds and seven assists in the win, and Andrais Thornton added 14 points.
| Akita overcome struggling Tokyo- Dec.19, 2014 (by Emeka)|
According to the Japan Times, the Akita Northern Happinets pounded the host Tokyo Cinq Reves from start to finish in Friday's series opener in Inagi.Seven Akita players scored in double figures as the Happinetes demolished Tokyo 108-59.Kenta Tateyama paced the visitors with 20 points, knocking down 4 of 6 3-pointers. Richard Roby added 16 points and four steals. Shigehiro Taguchi and Ruben Boykin each had 15-point nights. Deshawn Stephens poured in 12 points and grabbed 15 rebounds, while... [read more]
According to the Japan Times, the Akita Northern Happinets pounded the host Tokyo Cinq Reves from start to finish in Friday's series opener in Inagi.
Seven Akita players scored in double figures as the Happinetes demolished Tokyo 108-59.
Kenta Tateyama paced the visitors with 20 points, knocking down 4 of 6 3-pointers. Richard Roby added 16 points and four steals. Shigehiro Taguchi and Ruben Boykin each had 15-point nights. Deshawn Stephens poured in 12 points and grabbed 15 rebounds, while former Wake Forest big man Tyran Walker added 10 points and 16 rebounds and Yuto Otsuka chipped in with 10 points.
Akita floor leader Akitomo Takeno had eight points and seven assists in the rout. Otsuka played a team-high 26 minutes.
| Shiga outplays Gunma in first bj-league contest for ex-NBA coach Parker, center Ely- Oct.11, 2014 (by Emeka)|
According to the Japan Times, longtime NBA assistant coach Charlie Parker and big man Melvin Ely, the 12th overall pick in the 2002 NBA Draft, made their bj-league regular-season debuts on Saturday.But the Shiga Lakestars upstaged the hosts, winning 96-85 and stealing the thunder from Parkers first regular-season as the Gunma Crane Thunders bench boss.In 23-plus minutes, the 208-cm Ely scored 10 points on 5-for-6 shooting. The 36-year-old, who wrapped up the 2013-14 NBA season playing for... [read more]
According to the Japan Times, longtime NBA assistant coach Charlie Parker and big man Melvin Ely, the 12th overall pick in the 2002 NBA Draft, made their bj-league regular-season debuts on Saturday.
But the Shiga Lakestars upstaged the hosts, winning 96-85 and stealing the thunder from Parkers first regular-season as the Gunma Crane Thunders bench boss.
In 23-plus minutes, the 208-cm Ely scored 10 points on 5-for-6 shooting. The 36-year-old, who wrapped up the 2013-14 NBA season playing for the New Orleans Pelicans, had four rebounds, two assists, two steals and two blocks in Maebashi, Gunma Prefecture.
Parker was an assistant for the NBA Development Leagues Texas Legends lasts season. The 65-year-old had previously worked as an assistant for New Orleans (2006-07) and Dallas Mavericks (1995-02005).
Elys inside presence helped the Crane Thunders, a third-year franchise, have an efficient inside game. Gunma made 29 of 47 shots from 2-point range, but Parkers squad also committed 22 turnovers.
Shigas Terrance Woodbury and Yu Okada proved to be the games most dynamic one-two punch. The former had 30 points and four steals; Okada, meanwhile, pumped in 27 points and collected four steals. Jeff Parmer added 13 points and nine rebounds for the Lakestars, who are 3-0 to open the season under new coach Koto Toyama.
Masahiro Kano and Chris Holm both scored seven points for Shiga, with Holm pulling down 10 rebounds.
Gunma led 43-41 at halftime.
Shiga scored 33 third-quarter points to take control of the game.
Daniel Northern had a team-high 17 points with 10 rebounds for the Crane Thunders. Kenya Tomori scored 15 points and dished out six assists, and Carlos Dixon matched Tomoris scoring output.
Despite the perceived motivation that fires up some players to compete against ex-NBA players, Parmer insisted that it was just another game to me and my teammates.
In a post-game interview with The Japan Times, he added: (It was) another day to get better as a team and put another W on the board. Whether he (Ely) played in the NBA or not doesnt change how were going to come out and play as a team each and every game.
Were going to play with the same intensity level every practice and game. That is the only way we will reach our ultimate team goal, which is to win a championship.
What presence did Ely bring to Gunma to start its season?
He brings a nice inside presence for Gunma, Parmer said.
Golden Kings 83, Five Arrows 75
In Takamatsu, Draelon Burns, a title winner the past two seasons with Yokohama and Ryukyu, canned six 3-pointers in an electrifying 23-point outing off the bench as reigning champion Ryukyu rolled past the Five Arrows.
Kibwe Trim scored 19 points on a perfect 9-for-9 shooting night and Anthony McHenry supplied 15 points, 10 boards, four assists and two blocks for the Golden Kings. Anthony Kent contributed 10 points and Narito Namizato and Ryuichi Kishimoto both scored six.
Justin Watts and Dexter Lyons paced Takamatsu with 15 points apiece. Masaaki Suzuki scored 11 points and B.J. Puckett had nine points and nine rebounds.
Hannaryz 81, Rizing 54
In Kama, Fukuoka Prefecture, Reggie Warrens 16-point, nine-rebound effort and Kyotos balanced scoring guided the visitors to a well-rounded win over the hosts.
Ryan Forehan-Kelly scored 15 points, Kevin Kotzur had 14 and David Palmer and Shun Watanuki added 10 apiece for the Hannaryz, who are 3-0 to open the season.
Fukuoka was held to three assists and turned the ball over 17 times.
The Rizing were 0-for-13 from 3-point range. Josh Peppers led the hosts with 17 points and 10 rebounds and Kirk Van Slyke had 11 points.
Phoenix 70, Susanoo Magic 49
In Matsue, Shimane Prefecture, Nile Murry and Olu Ashaolu scored 13 points apiece and Hamamatsu Higashimikawas defense tormented the hosts all night.
Shimane finished with 29 turnovers, two shy of the league record, which was set by Shinshu on March 17, 2012, against Akita.
The Magic faced a 17-6 deficit after one quarter, and never recovered.
Masahiro Oguchi and Mo Charlo both scored nine points for the Phoenix, while Tasuku Namizato had six assists.
Tatsuhiro Yokoo was Shimanes lone double-digit scorer (13 points.).
The Magic were held to 16-for-47 shooting.
89ers 90, Northern Happinets 76
In Akita, Long Beach State alum Kejuan Johnson buried 6 of 7 3-point attempts en route to a game-high 28 points and added seven rebounds, five assists and two steals for Sendai.
Johnson shot 11-for-14 from the field.
Wendell White finished with 25 points, while DeAngelo Hamilton chipped in with 15 points and 12 boards for the 89ers. Veteran point guard Takehiko Shimura added 10 points and three assists.
The 89ers outscored the hosts 29-16 in the pivotal third quarter to take a 67-55 advantage into the final stanza.
For the Northern Happinets, Richard Roby was the high scorer with 24 points and Ruben Boykin had 21 points and five assists. Akita guard Shigehiro Taguchi scored nine points and grabbed seven rebounds.
Big Bulls 91, Firebonds 57
In Morioka, Iwate Prefecture, coach Dai Oketanis club put 55 points on the board in the second half and held Fukushima to 26 as the game turned into a rout.
The Firebonds, a 2014-15 expansion team, trailed 36-31 at halftime.
Scootie Randall paced Iwate with 18 points, adding nine rebounds, three assists and three steals for good measure. Lawrence Blackledge had 14 points, nine boards and four assists and Wayne Arnold and Tsubasa Yonamine each scored 13 points.
The Big Bulls shot 30-for-52 from 2-point range and 16-for-18 at the foul line. They dished out 18 assists with only nine turnovers on the afternoon.
Edward Morris scored 14 points for Fukushima, which had 15 turnovers. James Hughes had 12 points, while Terrance Shannon and Atsushi Nogami both poured in nine. Masaya Karimata contributed seven points, four assists and three steals.
The Firebonds were playing their first game since beating the Aomori Wats 66-64 on Sunday, which was the first-regular season victory in franchise history.
Fukushima shot 10-for-20 at the free-throw line.
Albirex BB 73, Broncos 64
In Niigata, Patrick Sullivan scored 18 points and Thomas Kennedy supplied 16 as the hosts earned a win over fellow JBL defector Saitama.
Kennedy and Stephen Van Treese each had 10 rebounds for Niigata. Kennedy and Sullivan were the teams assist leaders with five apiece.
Kimitake Sato poured in 14 points and Van Treese, a former University of Louisville player, had 10 points.
For the Broncos, who are 0-3 under new coach Kazuaki Shimoji, Jon Ekey had 18 points, including five 3-pointers. Takato Hara, Gary Johnson and Yuki Sasaki all scored nine points in the loss, while Koji Nagata added eight.
Saitama was 11-for-21 at the charity stripe.
Brave Warriors 105, B-Corsairs 90
In Zama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Shinshu raced out to a 31-17 lead after one quarter and sank 14 3-pointers in a high-scoring performance.
Patrick Sanders knocked down 5 of 6 3s in a banner 22-point effort, while center Mohamed Abukar scored 20 points. Floor leader Jermaine Dixon added 15 points, a game-high 12 assists and three steals for the Brave Warriors. Carl Hall and Takato Saito scored 16 and 11 points, respectively.
Both teams dished out 27 assists.
Yokohamas Warren Niles led the team with 21 points, but shot 2-for-9 from beyond the arc. Dzaflo Larkai added 17 points, 13 rebounds and six assists. Wayne Marshall had 11 points and six assists and Kenji Yamada and Seiji Kono both scored 10 points.
Bambitious 91, Evessa 79
In Kashihara, Nara Prefecture, Tatsuya Suzuki paced the hosts with 18 points and five assists and the Bambitious shot 58.7 percent from inside the arc in a victory over Osaka.
Forward Chehales Tapscott, a Portland State product, had 17 points and 12 rebounds, and guard Andre Murray, who attended the same college, also put 17 points on the board. Michael St. John added 14 points and 12 rebounds for the hosts, while Takuro Ito scored 13 points.
Coach Ryutaro Onoderas club hauled in 17 offensive rebounds and held a 46-36 overall advantage.
Joshua Dorado paced the Evessa with 31 points and pulled down 10 rebounds. Shota Konno and Seth Tarver finished with 12 points apiece. Gary Hamilton added 10 points, 12 boards and three steals, while Naoto Nakamura contributed eight points.
Wats 92, HeatDevils 85 (OT)
In Oita, Gyno Pomare scored a game-high 21 points as Aomori outlasted the HeatDevils in overtime.
Paul Williams notched a double-double (13 points, 11 rebounds) and Yuki Kitamuki, Kenichi Takahashi and Damian Saunders all scored 11 points apiece for the Wats. Makoto Sawaguchi had 10 points.
Aomori raked in 56 rebounds to the hosts 42.
Todd OBrien scored 20 points for Oita. Kellen Thornton added 17 points and 13 rebounds, while Demetri McCamey provided 14 points and six assists. Drew Barnham and Hiroki Oshiro scored 13 and 12 points, respectively.
| Alvark hold off Kings spirited comeback Sep.6, 2014 |
| Gunma hires longtime NBA assistant Parker as new coach Aug.2, 2014 |
| Isa to lead champion Ryukyu again next season Jun.26, 2014 |
| Golden Kings dismantle Happinets in bj-league final As Kishimoto is named MVP May.26, 2014 |
| Brave Warriors avenge loss to 89ers Apr.21, 2014 |
| Nakama set to retire Apr.21, 2014 |
| Iwate cruises past Gunma, keeps victory streak alive Apr.21, 2014 |
| Joho powers Grouses past Evessa Mar.18, 2014 |
| East power Akita decides to make roster move: source Feb.7, 2014 |
| Shimizu leads HeatDevils past Hannaryz Jan.9, 2014 |
| Shimane struggling after departure of coach, top star Jan.9, 2014 |
| Akita making run for title Dec.8, 2013 |
| D-League teams draft five bj-league alumni Nov.6, 2013 |
| Murry leads Niigata past previously unbeaten Toyama Nov.6, 2013 |
| B-Corsairs slump to defeat against Big Bulls Nov.6, 2013 |
| Alvark beat Brex to get NBL up and running Oct.3, 2013 |
| Players react after NBL takes unilateral action Oct.3, 2013 |
| Nakamuras coaching tree stretches throughout league Sep.2, 2013 |
| Hitachi Sunrockers sign Darryl Webb Jul.28, 2013 |
| Kyoto set to join NBL for 2014-15 season Jul.22, 2013 |
| Yokohama to name Katsuhisa coach Jul.22, 2013 |
| Nara selects Toyama as first coach Jun.23, 2013 |
| Kyoto acquires forward Komoda Jun.23, 2013 |
| Nara takes Yamashiro with first pick in expansion draft Jun.23, 2013 |
| Toshiba shows determination in Game 3 win over Aisin As Brave Thunders take 2-1 series lead Apr.22, 2013 |
| Sea Horses win Game 5 to reclaim JBL crown Apr.22, 2013 |
| Shimane reaches 30 victories for first time in franchise history Mar.28, 2013 |
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