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16. Mitsu x Mitsu Drops. Just because it’s a sports anime, doesn’t mean it has to be strictly shounen. Mitsu x Mitsu Drops Honey x Honey Drops) is a shoujo anime that tackles basketball games. Houjou academy has this bizarre master-slave system in place.
Basketball anime. Basketball is the focus of these anime. Training and competing in tournaments or championships are common themes in sports titles, as well as team spirit, or being an underdog who goes against the odds to succeed. See all anime tags.
MAL Rated 7.28, Ranked #2299 | Aired Fall 1981 | Produced by Tatsunoko Production. This is a pretty old ecchi anime show from the 80s that revolves around a short high school boy Kappei and his journey of becoming a basketball player. If you enjoy anime shows from the 80s and their art style, you might like this. 5.
You are now watching Kuroko's Basketball. Kagami Taiga, ace of Seirin High School vs the Generation of Miracles in the Interhigh - Winter cup. Kagami is dete...
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According to the anime, the basic requirement for entering The Zone is to have an unwavering passion and the drive to win the match. Kuroko definitely matches this minimum requirement as he is a passionate player who has always had a love for the sport and wanted to win more than anyone else.
Sports anime has now become a genre in itself but out of all the anime in this genre, one of the most popular names is ‘Kuroko no Basket’. I used to be a big basketball enthusiast back in the day and ‘Slam Dunk’ had always been my go-to anime for my dose of the sports genre.
Kuroko's Basketball is a Japanese sports manga series written and illustrated by Tadatoshi Fujimaki. It was serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump from December 2008 to September 2014, with the individual chapters collected into 30 tankōbon volumes by Shueisha. It tells the story of a high school basketball team trying to make it to the national tournament. It was adapted into an anime television series by Production I.G, which aired for three seasons from April 2012 to June 2015. A sequel manga ...
Tetsuya Kuroko is the shadow to Kagami Taiga’s light. As a player on Seirin High School’s basketball team, Kuroko Tetsuya uses his lack of presence and skill with passing in order to make an impact among opponents who are often flabbergasted by their inability to comprehend what just happened.