Take stock of Japanese players in the NBA!
Rui Hachimura became the first lottery pick, and one person became the water dispenser caretaker
The annual NBA draft has finally come to an end. Because of the disparity in the strength of this draft, the ownership of the No. 2 pick is no longer in suspense, and the fact that Japanese player Rui Hachimura was selected with the 9th pick has attracted fans from all over the world.
Although he is not a pure Japanese player, his historic lottery pick has made Japanese fans crazy.
As the first Japanese player to be selected in the draft, Hachimura also said that he would use his actual actions to prove himself and repay his parents and the country.
In fact, before Hachimura, there were already two Japanese players who played in the NBA. Although their statistics are not impressive, their ability to enter this highly competitive league is enough to prove their strength.