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Japan Basketball Leagues Scheduled To Join New Men's League In 2016

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 05 / 01 / 15

All 47 clubs of the National Basketball League, National Basketball Development League and bj-league, including expansion teams for the '15-16 season, "are scheduled to join the new men’s basketball league in Japan in 2016," according to Kaz Nagatsuka of the JAPAN TIMES. The Japan 2024 Task Fo...

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