From left to right, Rui Hachimura, Yuta Watanabe, Yudai Baba (provided by NBAE, Getty = joint)
Basketball, Rui Hachimura and other 32 men selected as candidates for the Olympics
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Yuki Togashi (Chiba), Kosuke Kanamaru (Mikawa), Makoto Hiejima, Kai Toews, Rossita Ryan (Utsunomiya), Murphy Isaia (Hiroshima) and others were selected in the B League.
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Junior high and high school
Born in Fukuoka prefecture.Fukuoka City Hyakudo Junior High SchoolThen he participated in all and played an active part as an ace.
2006January,Rakunan High SchoolGo on to.. He has participated in the game since he was in the first grade and lost in the Inter-High finals to runner-up, but he himself scored 1 goals.37th Winter CupThen defeated Hokuriku and won the championship. Became a starter from the second grade, 238th Winter CupContributed to the second straight victory by scoring 28 points in the final match. 2 in 3rd grade39th Winter CupBut winHowever, in boys, he became the driving force behind the third consecutive Winter Cup championship, which is the second school in history.
2009April, senior at Rakunan High SchoolArekushisu Minatoya,Naoto TsujiThere isAoyama Gakuin UniversityGo on to school. In the 4th grade, he contributed to the 3rd consecutive victory in the Kanto University League match and won the MVP.IncareSo I won twice in 2010 and 2011, Received the Outstanding Player Award for the second consecutive year. In 2 when he was in the 4th grade, he won the fighting award with a runner-up.
Working people / professionals
July 2018, 7, I was enrolled for 19 seasons from the first year of professionalB League OfSeahorse MikawaLeaving the group,Link Tochigi BrexTransferred to.August 8, the following month, Australia-NBL OfBrisbane BulletsTransferred to. On January 2019, 1, with the acquisition of new players, HiejimaBrisbane BulletsWill leave the group. Four days later, January 4th, againLink Tochigi BrexJoin the group.
Japanese representative history
1rd year college2009,The 25th UniversiadeParticipate in.. In 3, the third yearThe 26th UniversiadeParticipationAlso in 2011Representation from JapanFirst elected as a candidate.2012Was elected for the first time as a representative of JapanWilliam jones cupParticipate in.Ota City GymnasiumHeld atFIBA Asia CupAlso participated in, runner-up.
2014,Asian Cup6nd place.Incheon Asian GamesThen contributed to the 5rd place prize for the first time in 20 years in 3 tournaments.In the quarter-final round against China, he scored 100 goals with a 3% field goal success rate (1 2 points, 9 23 points).
|GP||Number of games played||GS||Number of starting games||MPG||Average participation time|
|FG%||Field goalSuccess rate||3P%||Three pointsSuccess rate||FT%||Free throwSuccess rate|
|NBL 2013-14||Aisin Mikawa||53||53||30.4||. 501||. 462||. 762||3.1||2.9||1.1||0.3||2.3||11.8|
|NBL 2014-15||Aisin Mikawa||42||36||29.3||. 466||. 294||. 738||2.9||3.0||1.3||0.3||2.0||10.2|
|NBL 2015-16||Aisin Mikawa||51||51||32.6||. 493||. 369||. 771||3.2||2.9||1.3||0.4||1.9||14.3|
|B1 2016-17||Mikawa||59||55||29.1||. 474||. 420||. 769||3.1||3.4||1.2||0.4||1.8||12.9|
|B1 2017-18||Mikawa||55||44||25.9||. 505||. 395||. 760||2.9||4.1||1.2||0.5||1.6||12.9|
|2018-19||Brisbane||3||0||0.6||. 000||. 000||. 000||0.0||0.0||0.0||0.0||0.0||0.0|
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- ^ "25th Universiade Games”. Public Interest Incorporated FoundationJapan Basketball Association. 2013th of February 2Browse.
- ^ "The 26th Universiade Tournament Men's Japan National Team Japan National Team Players Announcement" (Press Release), Japan Basketball Association, (May 2011, 6)
- ^ "23 Men's Japan National Team Japan National Team Candidate Player Announcement" (Press Release), Japan Basketball Association, (May 2011, 4)
- ^ "34rd Men's William Jones Cup”. Japan Basketball Association. 2013th of February 2Browse.
- ^ "4TH FIBA ASIA CUP”. Japan Basketball Association. 2013th of February 2Browse.
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