Because the season has only just begun, anything may happen in Round 4 of the B3 League. The following is Job Market’s final round review.
On Saturday night, Kagoshima, the undefeated leader, delivered his fifth consecutive victory. In Renova, they defeated 8th-ranked Tokyo Utd (2-3) 84-80. They outrebounded Tokyo United 46-28, with a 20-4 edge in offensive rebounds. Tokyo United’s 24 personal fouls allowed opponents to collect some easy free throws.
American swingman Anthony Gaines Jr. (195–1993; LCU, college) led the victors with 24 points and 9 rebounds. Elijah Burns (203-1996, college: Siena, agency: One Motive Sports), another American import forward, contributed 12 points and 11 rebounds. Michael Craig, an American swingman who attended Southern Miss University from 1966 to 1991, led the losing team with 18 points, 8 rebounds, and 4 assists. In such a difficult game, both coaches deployed bench players. Kagoshima (5-0) are undefeated and boast a remarkable five-game winning run. They continue to hold the top spot alongside Okayama thanks to a flawless run of five straight victories. With three losses, newly promoted Tokyo Utd maintains seventh position. Together with Yamaguchi and Toyoda, they hold the position.
Kagoshima faces Tokyo Utd at Home
The following round, they are hoping for another victory. Next round will be a break for Tokyo Utd. Shinagawa (0-6) in last place attempted to mount a comeback against fifteenth-ranked Shanan Utd (2-4) at Shinagawa, but they were unable and lost 90-70. Worth praising is the outstanding effort of American player Steven Green (1961–1993, college: OKBU), who contributed to the victory by scoring 27 points, grabbing 6 rebounds, and dishing out 7 assists. For the victorious team, Chris Olivier contributed with 18 points and 10 rebounds.
Shinagawa countered with a double-double from Canadian big Renaldo Dixon (206-1990, college: NM State), who finished with 20 points and 10 rebounds. Both coaches put a lot of bench players to the test, giving the starters some recuperation time before the next games. Shanan Utd climbed to the eleventh spot. On the other side, Shinagawa still finishes last in the rankings after six losses. The following round does not include either team, providing an opportunity for some respite.
Shinagawa (0-6) in last place attempted a comeback against fifteenth-ranked Shanan Utd (2-4) on Friday night, but they fell short. Shanan Utd went on to win the game 84-68. Chris Olivier put on a standout effort, contributing to the victory with 21 points and 8 rebounds. AJ Bramah, who was on the losing team, retaliated by recording a double-double by scoring 25 points and 20 rebounds. Both coaches let bench players to participate while conserving the starting five for subsequent games. Shanan Utd climbed to the eleventh spot. With six losses, loser Shinagawa continues to finish last in the standings. The following round does not include either team, providing an opportunity for some respite.
The results of the remaining games in round 4 were completely predictable and without any element of suspense. These are the results: In a match played away from home, Saitama routed Yamaguchi by a score of 105-75. At home, Toyoda prevailed against Tokyo HT by a score of 86-69. Okayama defeated Veertien Mie with a score of 96-88 while playing on the other team’s court. During their match at home, Gifu was defeated by Shizuoka with a score of 75-98. On the road 84-63, Iwate was able to easily defeat Tachikawa. Yokohama EX defeated Kanazawa by a score of 89–49 on Kanazawa’s home court.
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