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 missing the playoffs last season, the Yokohama B-Corsairs have made significant improvement over the past few months and emerged as a contender.
One of the B.League's bright young stars, Kawamura is No. 1 in assists (11.2 per game). Playing for the Japan national team has helped in his...
The former California governor, movie star and bodybuilder recalls boyhood idol Yury Vlasov in an emotional anti-war video.
Backup forward Chase Fieler exemplified the Brex’s productivity at both ends of the floor last weekend.
First-year coach Fujitaka Hiraoka’s team has lost 25 consecutive games, a B. League record.
Julian Mavunga, the league’s reigning passing king, and other premier offensive catalysts generate excitement for fans.
The B. League first-division club took a four game winning streak into its midweek showdown against West rival Ryukyu Golden Kings.
Veteran guard Yuma Fujii nailed a buzzer-beating shot in the fourth quarter as the Brave Thunders extended their winning streak to seven.
In a high-energy victory over the Yokohama B-Corsairs to wrap up the weekend, the Alvark Tokyo utilized their speed and athleticism. The verdict? A...