Even though Kuroko's position is noted as a question mark, his assumed positions would be closest to small forward out of the five. Notable small forwards from the NBA past and present: Elgin Baylor, John Havlicek, Julius Erving, Larry Bird, James Worthy, Dominique Wilkins, Scottie Pippen, Grant Hill, Paul Pierce, LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Kawhi Leonard, Carmelo Anthony, Jayson Tatum, and Rui Hachimura.
Tetsuya Kuroko was the Phantom Sixth Player of the Generation of Miracles at Teikō Junior High. He specializes in misdirection and passes. POSITION: Can be put anywhere; SPECIAL TALENT: Misdirection; CURRENT TEAM: Seirin High; CURRENT STATUS: Active, Winter Cup semi-finals; Age: 17; Height: 168 cm (5′ 6″) Weight: 57 kg (126 lbs)
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A position in basketball generally reserved for the taller guard, or the guard who prefers to play off the ball. A prototypical shooting guard is expected to be the main shooter on the roster and typically plays on the wing. Notable SGs in the Kuroko no Basuke manga/anime series are Shintarō Midorima, Reo Mibuchi, and Junpei Hyūga. Other Positions
Kuroko no Basuke, also known as Kuroko no Basket, The Basketball Which Kuroko Plays or Kuroko's Basketball, is a manga that was serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump. Three seasons of the anime adaption have aired with a movie due to be released in March of 2017.
This is because Kuroko is difficult to place in one of the five basketball positions, his role in the team applies to none of those, but mostly as a pass-first point guard based on size and passing abilities but his dribbling and playcalling ability is not as advanced or polished as an average point guard.
The point guard, also called the one, or point, is one of the five positions in a regulation basketball game. A point guard has the most specialized role of any position, in other words, he is like an ace. The point guard is commonly referred to as the floor general or a coach on the floor. The point guard should be able to run the offense, control the pace, and know how to distribute the ball ...
Kuroko’s Basketball inevitably invites unflattering comparisons with Haikyu!!, the high school volleyball anime which (at first glance) I had assumed was also about basketball. This is a tough break for Kuroko , as Haikyu!! sets an extremely high bar as a sports drama which combines thrilling on-court action with outstanding characterization.
The Generation of Miracles in color. The Generation of Miracles (キセキの世代, Kiseki no Sedai) is an all-star team of Teikō Junior High School. It is a team of 6 players, each with their own exceptional talent. The team won everything the last 3 years, but the players (including the ex) are now scattered across six different schools.