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Tickets sold out for Japan's fifth window games
This follows a similar pattern as the Akatsuki Five have also sold out their previous home games in Komazawa, Yokohama and Tokyo.
As of the moment, Japan are carrying a 4-win, 4-loss card and are riding high on a 4-game winning streak. They are still playing for a spot in the FIBA Basketball World Cup, but they will need to defeat both the Kazakhs and Qataris, who are placed below them in the Group B standings.
Japan first host Qatar on 30 November before taking on Kazakhstan on 3 December. If they can win both those games, they can possibly tie the Philippines for third place in their second round group.