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Jets Defeat Broncos - Jan 16, 2013
According to a report monitored by the Japan Times, the Chiba Jets enter the All-Star break on a roll, picking up their fourth straight victory by thumping the Saitama Broncos 98-66 on Sunday afternoon at Funabashi Arena.
The Jets didn't rely on outside shooting an aspect of the game that many bj-league teams struggled with on the day to overwhelm the Broncos; in fact, they were only 1-for-11 from beyond the arc (that shot found the bottom of the net courtesy of Marquin Chandler).
Instead, Chiba found its comfort zone in the lane. That was where the majority of its points came from. And in his post-game interview sessions with reporters, Saitama coach Tracy Williams said he only recalled the Jets attempting three shots outside of the lane in the opening half.
It worked. The Jets, who built a six-point lead after one quarter, had 26 second-quarter points and, in doing so, increased the margin to 47-32 at the break.
Saitama had a dreadful start to the third quarter too many turnovers, too many missed shots, too many missed assignments on defense and Chiba exploited the Broncos' weaknesses, using a 18-0 run to open the half and take a 65-32 lead on a Kensuke Tanaka layup. That was the biggest margin for the hosts, who never let up the rest of the way, as exemplified by Tanaka, who had a pair of blocks, including one on a 3-point attempt in the fourth quarter, to go along with nine points, five rebounds, five assists and two steals in 28 intense minutes of court time.
Big man Joe Werner, a University of Wisconsin-La Crosse product, scored a game-high 24 points, including an 8-for-10 effort at the charity stripe, and pulled down 11 rebounds for Chiba (12-12). After the game, Jets coach Shinji Tomiyama said he considers Werner the team's MVP for the first half of the season, citing his energy on both offense and defense, and his productivity (19.6 points and 10.8 rebounds).
Commenting on the victory, Tomiyama said, "It was an important game before the All-Star Game. Good overall effort today on offense and defense. The guys played hard today."
Saitama, which has a league-worst 3-21 record, was 15-for-56 from the field over the first three quarters, and in the third, when Chiba pulled away for good, the Broncos were 3-for-19 from the field. They wound up with 53 missed shots out of 73 on the afternoon, including 15-for-54 from inside the 3-point arc.
Forward Chandler, who'll represent Chiba in the Jan. 20 All-Star Game at Ariake Colosseum, had a strong all-around game, finishing with 19 points, eight rebounds, seven assists and two blocks, and Marquise Gray scored 17 points. D'Andre Bell and Hiroki Sato finished with 12 points apiece for the Jets.
Newcomer Wayne Oliver led Saitama with 18 points on 7-for-21 shooting and teammate Yuki Kitamuki scored 14 on a 4-for-18 effort, while Nyika Williams had 13 points.
"Basically, we came out and we rebounded the ball well . . . but we just shot the ball terrible," Williams said after the game.
The Broncos did have more offensive rebounds (23-18 edge) than Chiba, but were outperformed in every key area.
"You can't shoot the ball 26 percent and win," Williams continued. ". . . That right there in itself is the tale of the tape right there. We picked a terrible time to not shoot the ball well, and as well as the fact of not really guarding (them) in front of the basket.
"Werner, he's tough, as well as Chandler, who I think is the best player in the bj-league. He does everything. . . ."
In defeat, the Saitama bench boss chose to focus on the positives.
"But the good thing I just told my team about was Chiba showed us how you've got to play," the coach said. "If I had to pick one play that describes what I just said, I would say it's 1:23 left in the game and they're up by 31 and their player (Tanaka) goes to the corner against Kitamuki and blocks his shot and closes out of it. See, that's how you've got to play to be a winner anywhere. You've got to play hard no matter if you're up by 30 or you're losing by 30.
"So I told my team for this not to be a wasted trip, we've got to take that example that Chiba showed us and learn from it. . ."
Five Arrows 57, Golden Kings 54
In Ginowan, Okinawa Prefecture, Takamatsu edged the defending champions on a day when Ryukyu's outside shooting delivered a big doughnut 0-for-17 from 3-point range.
Floor leader Dexter Lyons scored a team-high 16 points for the Five Arrows (10-16) and Brandon Penn added 13.
Narito Namizato and Anthony McHenry led the Golden Kings (20-4) with 13 points apiece and Jeff Newton had 11 points and 15 boards.
Ryukyu only put four points on the board in the second quarter, and shot 21-for-69 for the entire game. All those missed shots led to nonstop rebounding chances. The Golden Kings collected 26 offensive boards and 70 rebounds on the day, but failed to consistently capitalize on those extra opportunities to put the ball in the basket.
Hannaryz 78, HeatDevils 49
In Muko, Kyoto Prefecture, former NBA center Marcus Cousin and Gyno Pomare both notched double-doubles as the Hannaryz handed Oita its 13th straight defeat.
Cousin finished with 20 points and 12 rebounds, Pomare added 17 points and nine boards and David Palmer scored 18 points for Kyoto (14-12). Yu Okada chipped in with 12 points for the hosts.
Oita (9-17) shot 18-for-63 from the field.
Andre Coimbra had 20 points and 11 rebounds and Taishiro Shimizu scored 13 points for the HeatDevils.
Grouses 85, Big Bulls 68
In Mizusawa, Iwate Prefecture, Jeremy Jacob's 25 points spearheaded a balanced attack to lead Toyama to a bounce-back win over the Big Bulls.
Masashi Joho scored 12 points and Takeshi Mito and Tatsunori Fujie each had 11 for the Grouses (16-10). Big man Ira Brown added 10 points, 11 boards and four assists.
For Iwate (19-7), Carlos Dixon was the leading scorer with 22 points, Reggie Okosa had 19 and Lawrence Blackledge finished with eight points and 13 rebounds.
The Big Bulls were 4-for-19 on 3s.
B-Corsairs 79, Crane Thunders 61
In Yokohama, Draelon Burns scored 22 points and Thomas Kennedy poured in 18 as the hosts salvaged a series split.
Pape Faye Mour contributed 14 points and 13 rebounds and Masayuki Kabaya had an 11-point afternoon for the B-Corsairs (18-8), who play a Tuesday-Wednesday series against the Akita Northern Happinets in Hiratsuka, Kanagawa Prefeture, and Yokohama, respectively.
Lewis Witcher paced Gunma (5-21) with 16 points and Shingo Okada scored 15 for the expansion squad. Jermaine Dixon had eight points and four steals, and was 1-for-10 on 3-point shots.
Phoenix 93, Rizing 87
In Hamamatsu, Wendell White's 23-point, 10-rebound, four-assists effort guided the hosts to their second triumph in as many days over Fukuoka.
Kevin Galloway finished with 15 points, eight boards and eight assists for the Phoenix (19-9), while Jeffrey Parmer scored 14 points and Shoji Nakanishi and Yoshitomo Shiina supplied nine apiece.
Josh Peppers led the Rizing (16-10) with 25 points and Reggie Warren had 19 points and 12 rebounds. Jun Nakanishi scored 16 points for Fukuoka and Julius Ashby and Akitomo Takeno added 11 apiece.
The Rizing had 17 turnovers and shot 65.4 percent (17-for-26) at the foul line.
Susanoo Magic 99, Shining Suns 69
In Miyakonojo, Miyazaki Prefecture, Shimane rebounded from an overtime loss in the series opener, thrashing the hosts in the teams' final contest before next Sunday's All-Star Game.
Center big man Jeral Davis scored a team-high 24 points, raked in 14 rebounds and swatted five shots for the Susanoo Magic (17-9). Frontcourt mate B.J. Puckett added 21 points, 11 rebounds and five assists, Brandon Freeman scored 18 points, Tatsuhiro Yokoo had a 14-point outing and Edward Yamamoto poured in 13 points with four assists.
Shimane star Michael Parker, the four-time reigning league scoring champion, was sidelined with an injury sustained in Saturday's game. His teammates picked up the scoring slack in his absence.
Ricky Woods led Miyazaki (4-22) with 21 points. The Magic made him work for his points, sending him to the foul line for 12 shots (11 makes). Larriques Cunningham scored 14 points for the Suns, who shot 23-for-74 from the field.
Lakestars 75, Evessa 57
In Osaka, Dionisio Gomez was the tone-setter for Shiga in the series finale, scoring 24 points and grabbing 10 rebounds as the Lakestars earned a series split.
Wayne Arnold finished with 14 points and Ray Nixon had 12 points and five assists for Shiga (15-11). Veteran guard Jumpei Nakama scored 11 points in the rout.
In short, perimeter shooting cost the Evessa (5-19) the game. They were 2-for-21 on 3-point attempts.
Mike Bell and Rick Rickert paced Osaka with 19 points apiece, and Rickert hauled in 15 rebounds.
| Akita making run for title- Dec.8, 2013 (by Emeka)|
According to the Japan Times, the stars have aligned for a special basketball season in Akita.Just ask any of the Akita Northern Happinets die-hard fans.Coach Kazuo Nakamuras club is 16-2 entering this weekend and the Happinets are hosting the 2013-14 bj-league All-Star Game on Jan. 26. Expect a nice representation of Akita players in league showcase.And there have been so many Happinets highlights to date that a quality DVR would be a wise investment to preserve the memories. It began on Oct. 5 [read more]
According to the Japan Times, the stars have aligned for a special basketball season in Akita.
Just ask any of the Akita Northern Happinets die-hard fans.
Coach Kazuo Nakamuras club is 16-2 entering this weekend and the Happinets are hosting the 2013-14 bj-league All-Star Game on Jan. 26. Expect a nice representation of Akita players in league showcase.
And there have been so many Happinets highlights to date that a quality DVR would be a wise investment to preserve the memories. It began on Oct. 5, when Akita, a fourth-year franchise, defeated visiting Hamamatsu Higashimikawa Phoenix 74-61, starting a season-opening, 12-game winning streak. There have been narrow victories (by two and three points), but numerous blowouts, too, including triumphs by 20, 23 (twice), 31 and 41 points. The team has the firepower to overwhelm foes.
Backcourt mates Shigehiro Taguchi, a 23-year-old perimeter marksman (11.6 points per game, 47.5 3-point shooting, second-best accuracy in the 21-team league), and Yuki Togashi, only 20, have brought excitement and youthful exuberance to 73-year-old coach Nakamuras lineup. The inimitable bench boss celebrated his birthday on Wednesday, and then it was time to return to work and prepare for a big weekend series against the host Toyama Grouses, who are 13-3 and another formidable challenger for the Eastern Conference crown.
Fun fact: Taguchi has made two or more 3-pointers in 11 games, all Akita victories to date. This includes 7-for-13 against Shinshu on Oct. 27 and 7-for-7 versus Sendai on Nov. 10.
Having watched Taguchi take shot after shot during several pregame warmups and games for three seasons, Ill sum up what Ive observed this way: He has excellent shooting mechanics, a quick release and confidence.
Togashi is another rising talent. Last season, he joined the club after All-Star weekend and grabbed everyones attention with a 15-point, 11-assist, three-steal debut against Toyama.
The Niigata Prefecture native finished his high school career with a one-season stint at perennial power Montrose Christian School in Rockville, Maryland, and played for legendary prep coach Stu Vetter, who tutored Oklahoma City superstar Kevin Durant and NBL standouts Keijuro K.J. Matsui and Taishi Ito before their collegiate careers at Columbia University and University of Portland, respectively. Togashi is dishing out assists at a league-best 7.1 per game, including 32 over a three-game stretch in late October.
For someone still at the age of a university student, Togashi is exhibiting poise beyond his years, as evidenced by his free-throw shooting (37-for-42), in-game decisions (128 assists, 43 turnovers) and 15.1 ppg.
Analyzing Togashis overall game during a February phone conversation with Hoop Scoop, Vetter had this to say: Hes very fundamentally sound and knows how to play. Great basketball IQ and he can do a little bit of everything. Good ball handler, shoots the ball well, plays hard defensively. He did a good job for us at Montrose and was certainly a factor in our success.
The dynamic duo is supported by a talented frontcourt rotation that includes team scoring leader and University of Colorado alum Richard Roby (20.4 ppg), the half-brother of New York Knicks post player Kenyon Martin, center Chas McFarland, who followed in Tim Duncans footsteps at Wake Forest, and rebounding maestro Ruben Boykin (a league-best 13.8 per game, including two 20-rebound outings, and 12 double-doubles).
Boykin, who attended Northern Arizona University, is always around the basket, always vying for position to grab the ball to give his team another offensive opportunity or to terminate a chance for the opposition. (Think of Dennis Rodmans desire to dominate on the boards.)
With his 215-cm frame, the lean McFarland challenges shooters at every conceivable angle to reject or to alter their shots trajectory. His 1.7 blocks per game rank No. 6 overall, but he brings and intimidating presence to the lineup to protect the basket.
While power forward Justin Burrell garnered league MVP honors and guard Draelon Burns created excitement with his dazzling dashes through the lane, McFarland provided a major presence, a calming influence and an anchor in the middle during the Yokohama B-Corsairs inaugural 2011-12 campaign, which included a trip to the Final Four. Having a center with polished fundamentals and a team-first attitude makes the inside-outside attack work on offense and creates the proper dynamics on defense for real success.
The aforementioned five Happinets mesh well and set the tone for the team.
Which is why Akita will make a serious run at the Ryukyu Golden Kings league record 42 wins, which was set last season.
In its ban of media access for this newspaper for the 2013-14 season, the bj-league has displayed zero acceptance of the value of English-language media for a league with a significant number of individuals whose first language is English. (See related story: www.japantimes.co.jp/sports/2013/10/29/basketball/bj-league-bans-jt-access/)
Since the leagues inception in 2005, The Japan Times has been the only English-media outlet providing comprehensive, sustained, league-wide coverage, And for the 80-plus foreign players and several head coaches from overseas, the paper has also served a vital purpose: a constant source of information in their native tongue about the rapidly growing league they have helped build and popularize in 21 prefectures throughout Japan.
This newspaper has given them an opportunity to voice their thoughts, providing a forum for them to feel that their collective voice matters.
The league doesnt care about any of that. And thats a disgrace.
| D-League teams draft five bj-league alumni- Nov.6, 2013 (by Emeka)|
According to Japan Times, five former bj-league players were selected in Fridays NBA Development League Draft.The Fort Wayne Mad Ants used their second-round pick (No. 30 overall) on big man Alfred Aboya, a UCLA product who played for the Shiga Lakestars last season. One pick later, the Canto Charge chose ex-Rizing Fukuoka guard Zane Johnson, a University of Hawaii alum [read more]
According to Japan Times, five former bj-league players were selected in Fridays NBA Development League Draft.
The Fort Wayne Mad Ants used their second-round pick (No. 30 overall) on big man Alfred Aboya, a UCLA product who played for the Shiga Lakestars last season. One pick later, the Canto Charge chose ex-Rizing Fukuoka guard Zane Johnson, a University of Hawaii alum.
In the fifth round, the Austion Toros picked former Rizing guard Michael Sturns, who starred for the Kyushu-based club in the 2008-09 season. He closed out his college career at NCAA Division II Holy Family.
Guard Dwayne Lathan, an Indiana University product who played for the Osaka Evessa last season, went to the Rio Grande Valley Vipers in the seventh round. Ex-Kyoto Hannaryz post player J.R. Inman, who attended Rutgers University, was chosen by the Delaware 87ers in the eighth round.
Ex-Ryukyu Golden Kings point guard Narito Namizato, who was eligible for the draft, was not selected. He was a member of the bj-leagues Best Five squad last season. Hes been working out in the United States, showcasing his skills for talent evaluators there.
There were eight rounds in the draft for the 17-team D-League.
| Murry leads Niigata past previously unbeaten Toyama- Nov.6, 2013 (by Emeka)|
According to the Japan Times, since playing his first game for the then-expansion Toyama Grouses in 2006, Nile Murry has been one of the bj-leagues best all-around players.
The hard-working backcourt leader made an impact for the Grouses and then for the Evessa (2008-10) and Rizing Fukuoka (2010-11) before he joined Niigata in 2011 [read more]
According to the Japan Times, since playing his first game for the then-expansion Toyama Grouses in 2006, Nile Murry has been one of the bj-leagues best all-around players.
The hard-working backcourt leader made an impact for the Grouses and then for the Evessa (2008-10) and Rizing Fukuoka (2010-11) before he joined Niigata in 2011.
Murry delivered a splendid performance in the series finale against Toyama on Sunday in Toyama, scoring a game-high 26 points, grabbing seven steals and dishing out five assists. Led by Murry, Niigata handed the Grouses their first loss of the season, 75-71.
The Albirex improved to 6-4 under first-year coach Fujitaka Bomber Hiraoka.
Murry was at his best at the free-throw line, where he drained 10 of 11 shots. Teammate Patrick Sullivan, a Southeastern Louisiana product, had 17 points and 20 rebounds. Rodney Webb added 13 points and four steals and Yuichi Ikeda had 12 points for Niigata on the afternoon.
Takeshi Mito paced the Grouses with 23 points and Ira Brown had 15 points, nine rebounds and six assists, but also committed seven turnovers. Toyama big man Sam Willard had 13 points and 13 rebounds. Star guard Masashi Joho was held to a season-low seven points on 1-for-12 shooting.
Northern Happinets 98, Broncos 78
In Tokorozawa, Saitama Prefecture, Richard Roby scored a team-high 25 points and four teammates also reached double figures in scoring as Akita rolled to its 10th victory in as many games by trouncing the hosts.
Saitama fell to 2-8 under bench boss Takatoshi Ishibashi, whos in his first season at the helm.
Shigehiro Taguchi added 16 points, canning 4-for-5 from beyond the 3-point arc. Big man Chas McFarland and guard Yuki Togashi each had 14 points and Ruben Boykin poured in 12.
McFarland corralled 14 rebounds and registered five assists. Boykin grabbed 17 boards to complete the double-double. Togashi dished out six assists for the Eastern Conference-leading Happinets, who controlled the boards with a 59-36 edge in rebounds.
For Saitama, John Humphrey scored a team-high 27 points with 13 boards and five assists. Michael Joiner added 13 points and Shusei Ishii had eight.
Lakestars 81, Evessa 73
In Hikone, Shiga Prefecture, big man Shelton Colwell scored 18 points on 8-for-14 shooting and University of Nevada alum Brandon Fields had 17 as the Lakestars swept Osaka.
Both teams have 6-2 records.
Dionisio Gomez finished with 10 points and 13 rebounds for Shiga and Marshall Brown had 10 points and three steals. Jumpei Nakama added eight points off the bench.
For the Evessa, Kevin Galloway had 27 points, 12 rebounds and five assists and Dillion Sneed contributed 21 points.
Osakas poor free-throw shooting (8-for-23) was a major factor in the loss. In addition, Naoto Nakamura was 0-for-7 from 3-point range; as a team, the Evessa shot 3-for-19 from beyond the arc.
Naoto Takushi had 12 points for Osaka, with three assists and five turnovers on the afternoon.
Cinq Reves 95, Brave Warriors 86
In Ueda, Nagano Prefecture, former Shinshu star Edward Morris scored a game-high 29 points and raked in 12 rebounds as Tokyo snapped a six-game losing streak.
Yuji Ide supplied 25 points, including 9-for-10 at the charity stripe, and Ricky Woods scored 21 for the Cinq Reves (2-6). Akihito Inoue had 12 points for Tokyo, which led 42-32 at halftime.
Xavier Gibson and Patrick Sanders, who attended Florida State and University of California-Irvine, respectively, each had 23 points for Shinshu (4-4) and Jeffrey Parmer added 16 points and 12 rebounds. Shota Konno and Masamune Tate chipped in with six points apiece.
Phoenix 80, Five Arrows 65
In Hamamatsu, Deshawn Stephens shot 8-for-9 from the field and put 22 points on the board in 25 electrifying minutes to ignite the hosts in their second win in as many days over Takamatsu.
Jermaine Dixon poured in 15 points with five assists, Ray Nixon scored 12 points, Cyrus Tate had 10 and Atsuya Ota added nine for the Phoenix (6-4), who sank 19 of 23 free throws.
Andrais Thornton led the Five Arrows (2-6) with 18 points. Dexter Lyons contributed 14 points and four steals for Takamatsu and Paul Williams finished with 12 points and 14 boards.
Golden Kings 77, Hannaryz 66
In Naha, Okinawa Prefecture, coach Tsutomu Isas squad completed its successful weekend with a second victory over Kyoto while making this statement in the process: The Golden Kings remain one of the leagues elite squads.
Scootie Randall, a Temple University product, had 19 points for Ryukyu (6-2) and Ryuichi Kishimoto poured in 17, with three assists, two steals and one block in nearly 28 minutes of productive court time.
The Kings had across-the-board production, proving again the teams depth is one of its chief strengths. Anthony McHenry, for instance, was his usual steady self, dropping 11 points on Kyoto (5-3), with seven rebounds, four assists, two blocks and a steal for good measure. Big man Kibwe Trim netted nine points and hauled in seven boards and Naoto Kosuge scored eight points. League legend Jeff Newton collected five rebounds and two steals off the bench in 16-plus minutes.
Defensively, the Kings did a stellar job guarding ex-Washington Wizards player Edwin Ubiles, who was held to eight points after a 29-point outburst in the series opener. He also turned the ball over six times.
Chris Holm and Yu Okada led Kyoto with 14 points apiece. Holm added 10 rebounds. Joe Warner scored 12 points for the Hannaryz, who were held to 33 points in both halves.
89ers 96, HeatDevils 74
In Sendai, six 89ers had double-digit scoring efforts and coach Shuto Kawachis squad raced out to a 17-point advantage by halftime to salvage a series split against Oita.
Travele Jones paced Sendai (3-7) with 22 points and James Hughes and 23-year-old guard Yasuhiko Wada scored 14 apiece, the latter reaching double digits for the third straight game.
Wendell White contributed 13 points, nine boards, eight assists and four steals and captain Takehiko Shimura also pumped in 13 points along with five assists. Fumiya Sato scored 12 points and Yasuaki Arai had eight.
Sendai knocked down 13 of 22 3s (59.1 percent).
Taishiro Shimizu was Oitas high scorer with 23 points and Devonne Giles scored 16 points with 11 rebounds. Gabe McCulley added 11 points and Byron Allen had 10 as the HeatDevils slipped to 3-5.
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Noteworthy: Former Shimane Susanoo Magic head coach Zeljko Pavlicevic, who guided the Japan national team at the 2006 FIBA World Basketball Championship, has made a splendid transition to the NBL. Pavlicevics Wakayama Trians are 8-2 through Sunday, sitting in second pace in the six-team Western Conference.
The Croatian bench bosss key players include Michael Parker, who had 24 points, 15 rebounds, three blocks, two steals and two assists in a 98-73 victory over the Kumamoto Volters on Sunday. Parker starred for Shimane until May 2013 before reuniting with Pavlicevic in Wakayama.
Takuya Kawamura also poured in 24 points for Wakayama and ex-Osaka Evessa and Kyoto Hannaryz big man Rick Rickert, a former Minnesota Timberwolves draft pick, had 14 points and 12 boards for the Trians in the rout.
The Chiba Jets, led by former Yokohama B-Corsairs coach Reggie Geary, are struggling in their first season in the NBL after their defection from the bj-league. The Jets are now 4-8, losers of eight straight games.
Former Osaka and Hamamatsu star Billy Knights Hyogo Storks, meanwhile, are 1-9 in the NBL. The Storks spent the past two seasons in the JBL2, which has been rebranded as the NBDL.
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| 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 |
| Big contributions from post players, as bench propel B-Corsairs past Brave Warriors Feb.19, 2013 |
| Five 3-pointers seal victory for Niigata Jan.16, 2013 |
| Jets Defeat Broncos Jan.16, 2013 |
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| Chiba Jets Defect To The JBL Jul.30, 2012 |
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