Akita Northern Happinets

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Akita Northern Happinets
Leagues bj League
Founded 2010
History 2010-present
Arena Akita Prefectural Gymnasium (Capacity: 6,000)
Akita Municipal Gymnasium (Capacity:3,668)
Location Akita Prefecture
Team colors Pink, Gold, Black
              
President Tokyo Yuki Mizuno
Head coach Akita Prefecture Makoto_Hasegawa
Championships None
Website Akita Northern Happinets
Uniforms
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Home jersey
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Team colours
Home
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Away jersey
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Team colours
Away

Akita Northern Happinets is a professional basketball team playing in the bj league, the top-tier professional basketball league of Japan.[1]

Players[edit]

Current roster[edit]

Number Player Position Height (m)
0 Niigata Prefecture Yuki Togashi PG 1.67
2 Saga Prefecture Ryosuke Mizumachi G 1.86
5 Akita Prefecture Shigehiro Taguchi SG 1.84
7 Shizuoka Prefecture Yoshimune Sano C/F 2.02
9 Niigata Prefecture Yuta Kobayashi G 1.81
11 Tokyo Yuki Yamaguchi G 1.65
13 United States Chas McFarland C 2.13
14 Hokkaido Yuto Otsuka F 1.93
15 United States Richard Roby F 1.98
20 Senegal Elhadji Wade F 2.03
33 Akita Prefecture Kenta Tateyama SF 1.88
41 United States Ruben Boykin F 2.01

Former players[edit]

  • United States Anthony Coleman
  • Aomori Prefecture Dai Murakami
  • Okinawa Prefecture Fumiya Ikei
  • Iwate Prefecture Makoto Sawaguchi
  • Nigeria Dokun Akingbade
  • United States Will Graves
  • United States Sek Henry
  • South Korea Jung Seyoung
  • United States Paul Butorac
  • United States Antonio Burks
  • United States Kenny Taylor
  • United States Brandon Wallace
  • United States Michael Gardener
  • United States Curtis Terry
  • United States Stanley Ocitti
  • United States Kyle Swanston
  • United States EJ Drayton
  • United States Lionel Green
  • United States Mychal Kearse
  • United States Ricky Woods
  • Kanagawa Prefecture Yuki Nobuhira
  • Akita Prefecture Shusei Ishii
  • Akita Prefecture Yuu Yoshimoto
  • United States T. J. Cummings
  • United States Jordan DeMercy
  • United States Dion Harris
  • Akita Prefecture Makoto Hasegawa
  • Saitama Prefecture Kazuhiro Shoji
  • Akita Prefecture Yuki Kikuchi
  • Miyagi Prefecture Makoto Kato
  • United States Marshall Brown
  • United States Dan Fitzgerald
  • United States Anthony Kent
  • Kanagawa Prefecture Samuel Sawaji

External links[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ 秋田ノーザンハピネッツ. [1], Retrieved on March 10, 2011.