Kuroko has finally use a new technique called Vanishing Drive in front of Midorima. He passes it to Kiyoshi and he did a slam dunk. It was the first time seeing Kuroko has past Midorima very easily. Izuki has gotten the rebound from Shutoku that missed a shot. He throws the ball to Kuroko. He uses the Vanishing Drive for the second time and he went through Takao. He pass the ball to Hyuga and scores a three point shot. Seirin were down by three points against Shutoku in the third quarter. Kuroko steals the ball from Shutoku and passes to Hyuga again. He scores another three-point shot and the game was tied at 76. The third quarter was over and the game was tied at 76.

Kuroko's Vanishing Drive

Before the fourth quarter was about to begin, Kagami was very tired when he was defending Midorima for the whole time. He’s not giving up that easily. At the Shutoku bench, the team never expected Kuroko’s Vanishing Drive. Midorima can shoot threes all he wants but he can because he’s almost at his limitation. Kagami’s back on the court as his legs were healed. Kuroko’s not letting Midorima, Takao and Shutoku to beat him very easily.

In the fourth quarter of the game, both team were tied at 76. Seirin were playing their run-and-gun style on Shutoku. After Izuki passes to no one, Kuroko appeared out of nowhere and passes to Kagami. He did a slam dunk while two Shutoku players were defending him. What an awesome performance from Kagami. Takao has underestimated Seirin because Kuroko’s passing. Shutoku was passing the ball around but when Midorima has the ball, he scores a three point shot while Kagami and Kiyoshi were trying to blocked him. Midorima might be at his limit but he surpassed his limit a long time ago. The crowds were cheering and chanting for Seirin and Shutoku as they’re going all out on the court. Both teams don’t want to lose the game. Less than twenty seconds on the fourth quarter, Seirin leads by 1 point 103-102. Otsubo scores a shot and Shutoku were up by 1 point. Izuki loses the ball from a Shutoku player but Kuroko got the ball. He uses his 2nd Vanishing Drive on Takao. He passes to Kiyoshi but when he’s going to jump, his legs were hurting. When he jumps in the air for a slam dunk, Midorima was going to block him but he got a foul for pushing. Kiyoshi gets two for throws.

Kuroko's 2nd Vanishing Drive on Takao

Kiyoshi was going for two free throw after he gets fouled by Midorima when he was trying to block him. He scores a free throw shot and the game was tied at 104. When he shoots another free throw shot, he misses the shot. Shutoku players were going for the rebound but Kagami got the ball. He was going for a slam dunk but he was blocked by Midorima as they’re battling out. The fourth quarter was over as the battle continues…

Kiyoshi free throw

What I like about this episode is that Kuroko’s speciality was passing because he’s the shadow to everyone on the team. He really lives up to his reputation of the sixth man of the Generation of Miracles. I enjoyed watching Kuroko passing the ball like crazy and he’s like the Rajon Rondo of Seirin. I learned that I can be a team player as a playmaker just by passing the ball around to my teammates. I can get a lot of assists by passing it to my teammates for them to score. I’m not a good basketball player just like Kuroko but I can good at passing, stealing, handling, and shooting. I can still go through players with some streetball dribbling moves. My goal in playing basketball is to be a team player, not the best player. If anyone is interested to watch Kuroko’s Basketball, check it out on http://www.crunchyroll.com #Anime #AnimeBasketball #AnimeReview #KurokosBasketball #KurokonoBasket #KurokosBasketballEpisodes #KurokoTetsuya #KagamiTaiga #MidorimaShintaro #KiseRyota #GenerationofMiracles #SeirinHighSchool