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    Guys, these are the members of the japanese NT pool who will play in the upcoming FIBA ASIA championship...
    I'm wondering why Tabuse is not in the list




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    Quote Originally Posted by dranny79
    Guys, these are the members of the japanese NT pool who will play in the upcoming FIBA ASIA championship...
    I'm wondering why Tabuse is not in the list




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    http://www.jabba-net.com/

    ORIMO is still playing? that guy is old.... is he still competetive?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bognut
    ORIMO is still playing? that guy is old.... is he still competetive?
    competitive?,,hmmmmm, maybe yes! he's still with the NT , though i have not seen him play recently. Anyway lets just find out in the coming tournament

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    It sounds like Japan NT is basically the same as last year's, that was much better than expected. Tabuse and the other stars like Brown-Matsushima and McArthur weren't there last year and the team thrived, so maybe there aren't necessary.
    Last edited by sinobball; 06-19-2007 at 10:19 PM.

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    Japanese NT

    #4 Takuya Kawamura (OSG) SG/age 21
    #5 Daiji Yamada (Panasonic) PF/age 25
    #6 Ryota Sakurai (Rera Kamuy) SG/age 24
    #7 Kenichi Sako (Aisin) PG/age 36
    #8 Shinsuke Kashiwagi (Aisin) PG/age 25
    #9 Takehiko Orimo (Rera Kamuy) SG/age 37
    #10 Kosuke Takeuchi (Aisin) SF/age 22
    #11 Tomoo Amino (Aisin) SF/age 26
    #12 Kei Igarashi (Hitachi) PG/age 27
    #13 Fumihiko Aono (Panasonic) C/age 28
    #14 Shunsuke Ito (Toshiba) C/age 27
    #15 Joji Takeuchi (Hitachi) PF/age 22

    Head coach: Kimikazu Suzuki (Aisin)

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    Default Japanese Nt 2007 (merged)

    The Japan basketball association (JABBA) has released the names of the 12 players who will make up the national team when they play in the upcoming Asian Championship in Tokushima from July 28th to August 5th which will be the qualifying tournament for the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

    The roster is largely unchanged since last summer. The one big change is the absence of California native and longtime JBL veteran C Eric MacArthur, a naturalized Japanese citizen who played on the national team last summer but got hurt while playing for Nippon.

    Here is the list of the 12 players who will represent Japan in Tokushima:

    #4 Takuya Kawamura (191-G-86) of OSG Phoenix

    #5 Daiji Yamada (200-C-81) of Toyota Alvark

    #6 Ryota Sakurai (194-F-83) of Toyota Alvark
    #7 Kenichi Sako (179-G-70) of Aishin Sea Horses

    #8 Shinsuke Kashiwagi (183-G-81) of Aishin Sea Horses

    #9 Takehiko Orimo (190-G-70) of Toyota Alvark

    #10 Kosuke Takeuchi (205-C/F-85) of Aishin Sea Horses

    #11 Tomoo Amino (195-F/G-80) of Aishin Sea Horses
    #12 Kei Igarashi (180-G-80) of Hitachi Sunrockers

    #13 Fumihiko Aono (210-C-78) of Matsushita Electric Panasonic Kangaroos

    #14 Shunsuke Ito (203-C/F-79) of Toshiba Brave Thunders

    #15 Joji Takeuchi (204-C-85) of Tokai University


    Head coach: Kimikazu Suzuki

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    with macarthur out(something funny about this name nad playing for the japanese team) they wont be as potent. all they'll have then is speed and running around the court.

    but its still on home turf

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    Quote Originally Posted by spreekanick

    #10 Kosuke Takeuchi (205-C/F-85) of Aishin Sea Horses

    #15 Joji Takeuchi (204-C-85) of Tokai University
    The Japanese version of Twin Towers.

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    Macarthur really isnt that great...He just seems to be not as fit anymore. Kashiwagi was decent at the Asian Games, he seemed like a nice guy too when I talked to him
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    Orimo is in because he remains to be the best shooter in Japan...

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    The only 2 players remain but very too old.. The Alvin Patrimonios, GOng xiaobins era... other players have new faces but not good... Therefore, Japan NT has soften right now...

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    thats right joel23. whatever plastic surgery they went through with their faces..they cannot hide the truth, not good after all.
    they maybe soften just like their wasabe but can be dangerous if you taken it heavily, the effect might cause some tears of fun. its even hotter than our labuyo. so imagine that..
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    hmmmmnnnn?

    which is more interesting match-up?

    Orimo vs Siegle?
    Orimo vs Caguioa?
    Orimo vs Hontiveros?
    Orimo vs Ritualo?
    Orimo vs Norwood?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Projectspeed
    hmmmmnnnn?

    which is more interesting match-up?

    Orimo vs Siegle?
    Orimo vs Caguioa?
    Orimo vs Hontiveros?
    Orimo vs Ritualo?
    Orimo vs Norwood?
    how about Orimo vs. Rudy Distrito?

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    baka orimo vs torion or junthy haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Projectspeed
    hmmmmnnnn?

    which is more interesting match-up?

    Orimo vs Siegle?
    Orimo vs Caguioa?
    Orimo vs Hontiveros?
    Orimo vs Ritualo?
    Orimo vs Norwood?
    and always end your sentence with a period. good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by reamily
    baka orimo vs torion or junthy haha

    how about Orimo vs Nick "The Culprit" Pennissi hehehehe
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    Quote Originally Posted by apiSigbinz
    how about Orimo vs Nick "The Culprit" Pennissi hehehehe
    so you want him to lay flat on his back and not able to move... nick the slick is the man!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Projectspeed
    hmmmmnnnn?

    which is more interesting match-up?

    Orimo vs Siegle?
    Orimo vs Caguioa?
    Orimo vs Hontiveros?
    Orimo vs Ritualo?
    Orimo vs Norwood?
    Orimo vs. Ritualo

    Lights-out!
    It's ironic to see limited efforts from players with maximum salary.
    I wish they would apply "sabermetrics" in those financially challenged PBA teams to acquire players who are value for their money.

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    Japanese NT started preparation in Lithuania

    06.29 Japanese NT - Lithuania's Universiade team 76:89 (17:22, 27:28, 15:24, 17:15).

    Takuya Kawamura - 30 pts (8/15 3PT, 2/2 2PT, 2/2 FT)
    Takehiko Orimo - 9

    06.30 Japanese NT - 6th Lithuanian team "Kedainiu Nevezis" 83:79

    Takehjko Orjmo - 25 pts

    07.01 Japanese NT - Lithuania's Universiade team 58:78

    T.Orimo - 16, J.Takeuchi - 10 (7 rebounds)

    07.02 Japanese NT - Lithuania's Universiade team 82:86

    T.Kawamura - 18 (5 rebounds, 6 assists), T.Orimo - 17, S.Ito - 10.

    07.04 Japanese NT - Lithuania U-19 65:73

    T.Kawamura – 18, R.Sakurai – 12 (7 rebounds), T.Orimo – 10
    Last edited by Nimonas; 07-05-2007 at 08:17 PM.

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