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.
Ryukyu, the 2021-22 championship runner-up, returns to the B.League Finals with great motivation, while Chiba seeks its second title in three years.
Only the Chiba Jets, Alvark Tokyo, Ryukyu Golden Kings and Yokohama B-Corsairs remain in the B.League title chase as the penultimate playoff weekend looms.
Headlined by the Jets, who set a B.League record with 53 regular-season wins, the quest for the 2022-23 championship tips off with four quarterfinal matchups.
After a decade with the Ryukyu Golden Kings, including four title-winning seasons, veteran leader Anthony McHenry moved to the Shinshu Brave Warriors in 2017.
Veteran playmakers Allen Durham, Ryuichi Kishimoto and Keita Imamura have nearly identical assist stats for the B.League's title-chasing Ryukyu Golden Kings.
Representatives of the B.League and pro teams from South Korea, Taiwan and the Philippines are making final preparations for the EASL Champions Week.
Notre Dame alumni Jack Cooley and John Mooney, first and second in the B.League in rebounding this season, play pivotal roles for their title-chasing teams.
The Nagoya Diamond Dolphins recorded the first victory of the 60-game B.League season, a 101-86 triumph over the SeaHorses Mikawa.
Twenty-four teams will compete in B1 in 2022-23, an increase of two from last season. It’s the most teams in the top flight in league history.