Loop GAMELIKE Basketball Clinic 2018 at HOS Hanazono Stadium

admin29 January, 2018

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Loop GAMELIKE Basketball 2018

admin25 January, 2018

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Representative Agreement with SPIRE Academy

admin31 December, 2017

Happy Holidays, Ladies and Gentlemen! Before 2017 ends, we are very happy to make an announcement about the new representative agreement with the SPIRE Academy in Geneva, Ohio. “SPIRE Academy is an international, high school and postgraduate sports performance training and education academy, located within a world class event and wellness complex that has been […]

Loop Basketball Clinic with Shea Frazee

admin19 October, 2017

Why we haven’t had any Japanese player in NBA since Yuta Tabuse played 4 games for Phoenix Suns back in 2004? One of the biggest reasons is that there is not enough environment for learning basketball to be a pro player in Japan. Our solution for that problem is providing opportunities for the Japanese players […]

New Project; Sending Performance Coach to a High School Women’s Basketball Team.

admin07 September, 2017

In Japan, teachers are in charge of the coaches for the school’s sports teams. Therefore, some schools’ basketball coaches don’t have any background in basketball. The performance training scene is even worse. Some teams are working on the performance training in totally wrong ways which cause serious injuries. Especially for women’s teams, it seems players […]

Challenges Facing the New Basketball League in Japan – Attendance

admin26 November, 2015

We just found an interesting news on the Turkish Airlines bj League’s (a professional basketball league in Japan) website. – Average per game attendance for Turkish Airlines bj League(Nov. 23)- According to this article, the average par game attendance up to the Week 8 is 1,471. Only 1,471!!?? We understood basketball is still not a […]

Seiya Ando Enters 2015 NBA D-League Draft

admin30 October, 2015

Last month, we announced that the first NBL Canada’s Japanese basketball player, Seiya Ando, had been invited for the invitational only tryout for Los Angeles D-Fenders owned by Los Angeles Lakers. In order to achieve this young athlete’s ultimate goal; “Playing in NBA”, Seiya Ando has been focusing on playing in the NBA Development League […]

Seiya Ando’s Challenge

admin19 September, 2015

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Seiya Ando Never Stop – Next Destination is Philippines!!

admin11 May, 2015

Our client Seiya Ando, the first Japanese players for the National Basketball League Canada (NBLC), just came back to Japan last week from Canada after his first season as the professional basketball player. Believe it or not, he had already flew to Philippines on Monday night, and joined the team practice for Maralco Bolts under […]

New Loop Basketball Clinic in LA Has Started!!

admin10 February, 2015

As creating a great opportunity for Seiya Ando to be noticed by the Halifax Rainmen‘s scout as the first Japanese player for the NBL Canada history, we Loop Sports Management, Inc. has dedicated basketball camps in US for from the professional to the college players in Japan. On Feb 8th, we invited 4 players from […]