|Kaijō High vs Fukuda Sōgō Academy|
|Type||Winter Cup quarter-finals|
|Final Score||75 – 72|
|Kaijō High||Fukuda Sōgō Academy|
|Kaijō High|| Ryōta Kise|
|Fukuda Sōgō Academy|| Shōgo Haizaki|
|Manga||Chapters 171 - 173|
|Anime||Episodes 52 - 53|
|Previous||Yōsen vs Seirin|
|Next||Rakuzan vs Shūtoku|
Kaijō High vs Fukuda Sōgō Academy is the second Winter Cup quarter-finals. The winner of this match will play Seirin High in the semi-finals. This match is known as the reunion between Kise and Haizaki, a former player of Teikō Junior High.
Kise and Haizaki meet before the match, during warm up. Reuniting after a long time, Haizaki expresses his desire to take the title of Generation of Miracles and threatens Kise that he will take it from him.
After the tip-off, the ball goes to Kaijō High for the first attack. Hayakawa passes to Kasamatsu, who sees that Haizaki is marking Kise tight. He dribbles past his defender and leaves the ball to Moriyama, who takes his trademark shot and scores a three. Fukuda Sōgō quickly comes back with a scoop shot by Mochizuki. This move is instantly copied by Kise, but Haizaki does the same thing with Moriyama's shot on his side. But in comparison to Kise's ability, Haizaki does not only copy the move, but disrupts the rhythm. This way, the original owner of the move (in this case Moriyama) subconsciously loses his own rhythm and can no longer use his move to the fullest extent. This is proven by Moriyama's miss the next attack. Haizaki continues to dominate Kaijō and Kise.
The 3rd Quarter is again one-sided with Haizaki. He keeps stealing and countering Kise's moves and Kaijō falls back. Kise is at danger, but suddenly, he is encouraged from Kuroko and decides to use his Perfect Copy, a new technique that enables him to use even the moves from the Generation of Miracles. He uses Midorima's court-long shot and continues to overwhelm Haizaki with Aomine-style shots. Haizaki is desperate and steals a move from his own teammate, Mochizuki's scoop shot, but Kise blocks it, copying Murasakibara. Kaijō is finally back in the lead. Haizaki however, has some dirty tricks up his sleeve. Seeing how Kise still has pain in his leg, he drives and steps on Kise's foot, hurting him even more. He goes up for the dunk but a relentless Kise blocks it. He makes a final dunk in the following fast break and ends the match with a 3-point gap.
Aomine reunites with Haizaki outside the Winter Cup stadium to ask him of his intentions. Haizaki responds by saying that his battle with Kise is not over, meaning more harm. Aomine tells him to give up since he has lost the match, but because Haizaki would not comply, Aomine punches the latter before leaving.