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Kuroko no Basuke EXTRA GAME

Kuroko no Basuke EXTRA GAME

Kuroko no Basuke EXTRA GAME is a short sequel of the original Kuroko no Basuke manga. It focuses on the events that happen a year after the Winter Cup, shortly after Kagami and Kuroko's second Inter-High.

List of ChaptersEdit

  1. Make It Flashy!
  2. We're All Gathered Here
  3. Time To Teach Them A Lesson
  4. There's Still A Way
  5. Leave the Rest to Me
  6. We'll Score Three At A Time
  7. Then We'll Have To Win, Even If It Kills Us, Right?
  8. We'll Definitely Win

SummaryEdit

Shortly after the Inter-High of Kagami and Kuroko's second-year, a street basketball team from the USA called Team Jabberwock came to Japan to play a friendly match against a Japanese college-level street basketball team, Team Strky. Despite their best efforts, Strky is brutally crushed by Jabberwock. After the match, the Jabberwock players insult the players from Strky and all of Japanese basketball, claiming Strky's basketball was at the same level as monkeys and telling the players and crowds to quit playing basketball and kill themselves.

Hearing this, an enraged Kagetora, who was Jabberwock's guide and interpreter for their Japan tour, steps forwards and proposes a revenge match with another Japanese team, to take place in a week's time. Out of pride, the Jabberwock captain, Nash Gold Jr, accepts the challenge. For the revenge match, Kagetora assembles a dream team of all members of Generation of Miracles plus Kuroko Tetsuya and Kagami Taiga, along with bench players Hyūga Junpei, Takao Kazunari, and Wakamatsu Kōsuke, forming Team Vorpal Swords, with the hopes of reclaiming the pride of Japanese basketball.

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