The Ryukyu Golden Kings' first championship since 2016 (and their first in the B.League) provided countless thrills for the team's loyal fan base.
Ryukyu pulls away in the fourth quarter and denies Chiba's hopes of extending the series to a decisive Game 3. It's the Okinawa team's first title...
In a back-and-forth duel with Chiba, Ryukyu finished strong in the second overtime to move within one win of its first B.League Finals title.
Hinotori Nippon, playing in the preliminary round in the Philippines, went 7-0 to open the 16-nation tournament.
Makoto Hiejima earns playoff MVP honors after scoring a game-best 24 points in the Brex’s title-clinching win.
Utsunomiya outscored Ryukyu 26-5 in the final period, turning a close game into a rout.
Ryukyu is making its first appearance in the circuit’s championship series, while Utsunomiya is back for the third time in six years.
Oketani’s dynamic coaching repertoire fuses old-school strategies with modern-day tactics. He’s positioned the Golden Kings for a run at a B. League title.
After collecting five medals at the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Paralympics, the Japan delegation captain puts herself on course to replicate that sterling achievement on the ski...
Ignited by a dynamic defense and a consistent offense, the Okinawa club is playing at a championship-caliber level.
For Ryukyu, a 14-0 scoring run to open the fourth quarter sparked a spirited comeback against Tokyo at Okinawa Arena.
Japan, the defending Olympic men's gymnastics team champion, will compete at the Tokyo Games with four Olympic debutantes, Daiki Hashimoto, Kazuma Kaya, Wataru Tanigawa and Takeru...