5 Best Basketball Animes
Yes, best Basketball anime, or as the Japanese would say, "Basketo Boro" for not knowing how to pronounce som de "L"… Well, one of the most well-ordered sports, is even a sport that breaks social barriers, since blacks play and are treated like gods in the NBA. In Japan is a very everyday sport, is present in schools and is one of the main activities, students who play have even more chances in the labor market.
Akane Tachibana and Hitonari Hiiragi are two high-school basketball stars and great rivals on the courts. In the past, the only thing that blocked the success of each one was the other. But when Hiiragi is transferred to Kouzu College, they become teammates. Did you get the two masters of the courts to solve your differences in time for the big game against Kokutai, or will Hiiragi switch teams to challenge your opponent face to face?
4. Beater Buzzer
The year is 2xxx DC, and basketball has become the most popular sport in the universe. But the intergalactic league? The pinnacle of professional basketball? is completely dominated by extraterrestrials. The most renowned being as the best basketball player is Gyuma, despite the fact that he is only 19 years old. In this arena comes Yoshimune, an old man who believes that humans should be number 1 in basketball. His plan is to organize the best team of pure humans that exists, to win the Intergaláctico.Com tournament his goal in mind, one of his observers, Cha-Che, approached (continues… ) The year is 2xxx DC, and basketball has become the most popular sport in the universe. But the intergalactic league? The pinnacle of professional basketball? is completely dominated by extraterrestrials. The most renowned being as the best basketball player is Gyuma, despite the fact that he is only 19 years old. In this arena comes Yoshimune, an old man who believes that humans should be number 1 in basketball. His plan is to organize the best pure human team that exists, to win the Intergaláctico.Com tournament his goal in mind, one of his observers, Cha-Che, approached the only 14-year-old prodigy, Hideyoshi, and offered him the chance to play in the league Intergalactic. His total self-confidence is what Yoshimune wants to take his team to the top, straight to Gyuma!?.
3. Dear Boys
Dear Boys is a story about determination to distinguish themselves in a sport the basketball in which they share in common: love for the game and the fun all at the same time. The tension for the fame of the disorderly in the entire province and with only 5 players the story of how the team fights to win game play the internal problems, the relationship, the setbacks, the teamwork all to achieve a purpose in life. This story has a lot to do with our lives not just how we seek to do the best not only in sport, in school but also with the relationship between friends and the people we love.
2. Kuroko No Basket
Kuroko is a member of the legendary collegiate basketball team known as "miraculous generation", and although no one knows, the top five players consider him to be the best basketball player. When he joins the basketball team at Seirin High, everyone is surprised to discover that Kuroko is small, thin and weak… What is the secret that makes you so famous, and which of your skills are able to help your team?
1. Slam Dunk
Slam Dunk tells the story of a rebellious teenager, Hanamichi Sakuragi, a boy who scares his schoolmates, but who can't conquer any girl. Sakuragi falls in love with Haruko, who is passionate about basketball. To impress her he starts playing and quickly develops a huge passion for the game. Despite being tall and strong, Sakuragi does not know how to play and his teammates try to convince him to train hard before trying to make a move in front of the crowd. He quickly conflicts with the team captain, who is the elder brother of his beloved and begins a competition with Rukawa, the most promising player of the team that is all that Sakuragi wanted to be: disciplined, skillful, charismatic and mainly owner of the Heart of Haruko.
Yes, best Basketball anime
Yes, I'm not going to say I'm the king of Basketball, but I can say that watching a lot of anime about the genre I learned several rules and incredible passes. With this opens up to a discussion, can it be possible to learn by watching animes? My friend, the basics, surely you'll learn, but in practice you will be just a person suffering chuunibyou… I was so excited that I bought a basketball ball, which nowadays I don't use it anymore for simple shame… Yes, that's life.
Those are the best, I assure you!