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Shōyō Hinata (Japanese: 日向 (ひなた) 翔陽 (しょうよう) , Hinata Shōyō) is the main protagonist of the Haikyū!! series by Haruichi Furudate. For the majority of the series, Hinata was a first-year student at Karasuno High and one of the volleyball team's middle blockers. After graduating from high school, he traveled to Brazil to train using beach volleyball.
Hinata Sohma (草摩 日向, Sōma Hinata) is the younger sister of Hiro Sohma and the daughter of Satsuki Sohma. She reappears in the sequel, Fruits Basket Another, now as an adult. As a baby, Hinata has short hair, big, round eyes, and is only shown wearing baby clothes. She is also depicted in braided...
Of short stature himself, Hinata is inspired by a player the commentators nickname 'The Little Giant', Karasuno's short but talented wing spiker. Though inexperienced, Hinata is athletic and has an impressive vertical jump.
The story revolves around Hasegawa Subaru, a 1st year (sophomore equivalent) high schooler who's also a basketball star. However, the high school basketball team/club gets disbanded because the team captain gets caught in a scandal with some elementary schoolgirls.
A dramatic new trailer is now available online for Ahiru no Sora, an upcoming TV anime based on the basketball manga by Takeshi Hinata about a tiny player with big dreams who looks to t
The story follows Kurumatani Sora who is a short person but wants to play basketball (like Hinata from Haikyu). Although he is short he can still play, he relies on his skills to get to a position where he can shoot and focuses on scoring 3s.
Kuroko’s Basketball (Kuroko no Basket) is one of the popular Shonen sports anime about Basketball. Basket ball team of Teikou Junior High School has been winning the Basketball Champion ship for the last three years thanks to the five top players who are each an champion on their own and are popularly known as 'The Generation of Miracles'.
Based upon Takehiko Inoue’s best well-known manga series, this 1993-1996 basketball anime has become a standard by which other basketball series are judged. In the series, tough guy Hanamichi Sakuragi joins his school’s basketball team in order to impress a girl. Yes, Slam Dunk is as much a romantic comedy series as it is a sports series.
Even when it comes to the game of basketball, it gets as real as an anime can be. If you’re really passionate about the sport of basketball, there’s no other show that’s as thrilling and dramatic as this one. 5. Ro-Kyu-Bu! (2011) ‘Ro-Kyu-Bu!’ is a unique blend of some basketball action with the “cute girls doing cute things” trope. It follows the story of a talented high school basketball player, Hasegawa Subaru, whose “hoop dreams” are shattered when his high school team ...