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I finally have finished season 3 of Kuroko’s Basketball and let me just say that it was such an emotional ride! Even though I had already finished the manga it was still really cool to see it all in action.
So the basic plot of this season of Kuroko’s Basketball is that they are competing in the Winter Cup and trying to become the champions but first they have to beat several amazing teams to get there.
One of my favorite parts of this series is being able to finally know more about Akashi and getting the backstory of the Generation Of Miracles and how Kuroko’s came to play the game like he does.
But there was nothing more exciting then seeing several players go into the zone and play at amazing speed with amazing abilities. Although I can’t lie I would have loved to see Kuroko go into the zone.
If you haven’t seen the past 2 seasons of Kuroko’s Basketball then definitely check them out. They are exciting and definitely get riled up seeing all the moves. Plus the guys are kind of hot.
Another reason to see this show is that the music is awesome! I loved the opening and ending theme of this show. So of course I play them non stop on my iTunes.
Overall though I give this show an 8/10. I’m not going to lie at first I got kind of bored with the show at the beginning but towards the end it definitely picked up. So comment down below on what you thought of this show or review!
Alright so we finally got past what seemed like to me a long game between Akashi and Midorima. While it was exciting it felt good to get to the other matches during the tournament.
This new match was between Kise’s team and the Kuroko’s team. It was really cool to watch this match since they haven’t really faced each other in a match since a practice game where Serien beat Kise’s team.
Well you could definitely tell that Kise was ready to get this game underway since the look in his eye showed that he was ready.
Kise immediately showed that he was ready by using the copied moves the Generation of Miracles and doing the impossible such as stopping Kuroko’s Phantom Shot. Which Murisakibara couldn’t even do.
Also he ended up even using Akashi’s emperor eye on Kagami! Talk about a wow moment!
But overall I can’t wait until the next episode and I give this episode a 8/10. An 8 mostly due to the flash back at the beginning which was boring but after that it was completely action until the end.
If you saw this weeks episode leave your comments below and if you didn’t then still leave your comments below. I would love to hear all comments.
So another new episode of season 3 of Kuroko’s Basketball has aired and I’m not going to lie but I wasn’t as into this episode as I thought I was.
The episode started off and continued with the match between Akashi and Midorima. Midorima and his team was definitely trying as much as they could to get around Akashi’s emperor eye. But it wasn’t working. At one point Akashi even scores in his own teams goal. Now I guess that was to make a point that no matter how hard you try and even if I score in my own goal you and your team won’t win.
Akashi was definitely right about that because when Midorima went up against Akashi all that ended up happening is Midorima fell down to the ground due to the weight of the emperor eye and Akashi ended up scoring to end the game. Akashi is definitely someone to look out for.
I can’t wait for the next episode because I really want to get to the match between Akashi, Kuroko, and Kagami.
So what do everyone else think of this episode. Leave your comments below to let me know.
So this past Sunday a new episode of season 3 of Kuroko’s Basketball aired and boy was it a good episode.
This episode actually went more in depth with the skills that Akashi has and his emperor eye.
Which is a neat trick by the way. But the episode starts off again with the start of the match with Midorima shorting those epic three pointers of his and they end up with the score being tied by halftime. But once it’s halftime that’s when Midorima and all of the rest of the generation of miracles know that things are going to change.
Midorima knows that after halftime is when Akashi is most likely to use his emperor eye and sure enough he does.
You get to see Akashi’s emperor eye in full force even against those who aren’t playing.
For example when it came to Kagami, Akashi was able to bring Kagami to the ground with just a look.
Also when the games starts up again Midorima and his team are no longer able to keep the tie score and Akashi’s team starts to pull ahead.
That’s when you as a viewer know that things aren’t going to end well and you hear Murasakibara explain just how Akashi’s Emperor Eye works.
All I can say is that even though I know what is going to happen I can’t help but be even more excited to see the next episode. I’m so happy that this season we get to know more about Akashi and his relationship with the Generation Of Miracles and how they all got together.
But what do you guys think of this episode and what do you think of Akashi’s emperor eye. Leave your comments below and like always I will always answer back.
Alright so this past Sunday episode 3 of the 3rd season of Kuroko’s basketball aired and this episode was action from beginning to end.
Not only did you get to see the conclusion of the match but you also got to see more of the background story concerning Haizaki and his history with the Generation Of Miracles.
The episode of course starts off where it left of with Kise facing Haizaki. It was learned in the previous episode that Haizaki pillages other players moves which leaves the player unable to perform that move anymore. This throw a Kise for a loop because he copies moves and like Aomine says he only has a small pool to choose from. This causes Kise to get a little well let’s just say that Kise wasn’t himself.
Then in a flashback you see why Haizaki doesn’t like the Generation Of Miracles based off a street ball match that he played in the gentleman he played ends up saying something along the lines with he is as good as the Generation Of Miracles. This of course makes Haizaki mad.
In another flashback it shows Akashi telling Hazaki he needs to quit and then after shows Kuroko speaking to Haizaki. Haizaki is standing in front of what looks like a furnace and contemplating throwing his shoes in which he ultimately does.
Once it restarts back to the match Kuroko ends up standing up and tell Kise that he can do it which causes Kise to jump into gear and start using moves from the Generation Of Miracles which is amazing!
Of course the episode ends with Kise’s team winning and then now the final four have been announced! So let the finals begin!
Overall I loved this episode! Kise has to be one of my favorite Generation Of Miracles so being able to see him show off his copying skills was one of my favorite parts.
So if you haven’t checked out Kuroko’s Basketball yet you definitely should its a good anime that will have you wanting to play basketball.