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Japanese men’s basketball team announces 24-man training roster Hachimura Yuta Watanabe is not selected

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Original title: Japanese men’s basketball team announced the list of 24-man training camp Hachimura 塁 Watanabe Yuta was not selected

On November 15, Beijing time, the Japanese men’s basketball team officially announced the 24-man squad for the Japanese team in the World Cup qualifiers. Players such as Shin Ejima and Yongshu Fu Jian were selected. Hachimura and Watanabe, who played in the NBA, were not selected.

The list of 24 Japanese men’s basketball teams is as follows:

Takeuchi Kosuke, Furukawa Takatoshi, Kishimoto Ryuichi, Hieshima Shin, Aki Chambers, Luke Evans, Fujii Yuma, Suda Yutaro, Zhangmoto Tianjie, Morikawa Masaaki, Nomoto Kengo, Tomiken Yuki , Bendram-Resei, Hara Shuta, Ando Zhouren, Saito Takumi, Imamura Kata, Matthew Aquino, Elit Tangli, Zach Moore, Terajira, Xie Ya Buddha Yuki, Okada Yuda and Nishida Yuda.

At 11:05 on November 27 and 17:35 on November 28, Beijing time, the Chinese men’s basketball team will play two World Cup qualifiers in Sendai, Japan with the Japanese team.

The men’s basketball training list has been announced. The coach Du Feng is leading the team. The specific players are: Zhou Peng, Ren Junfei, Xu Jie, Zhao Rui, Han Dejun, Guo Ailun, Zhao Jiwei, Zhang Zhenlin, Wang Zhelin, Wu Qian, Hu Jinqiu, Sun Minghui, Shen Zijie, Qi Lin, Abdul Saramu and Zhou Qi.

According to the world preliminaries, a total of 16 teams will participate in the Asia-region qualifiers. There are 4 groups in the first round. The Chinese men’s basketball team is in Group B with the Japanese, Australian, and Chinese Taipei teams. The top 3 of each group The name can advance to the second round. With 12 teams participating in the second round, plus the Japanese and Philippine teams that automatically advance to the World Cup finals as the hosts, the Asia-Pacific region will have 8 finals places.Return to Sohu to see more


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