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    Ray Parks, Kiefer Ravena hope to end 2021 with big wins

    Dec 28, 2021
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    Ray Parks and the Diamond Dolphins are running fifth, while Kiefer Ravena and the Lakers are in 16th.
    PHOTO: Nagoya Diamond Dolphins / Shiga Lakestars

    BOBBY Ray Parks' Nagoya Diamond Dolphins and Kiefer Ravena's Shiga Lakestars hope to sustain their winning groove when they cap off the year 2021 with games on Wednesday in the Japan B.League.

    The Diamond Dolphins (16-7) look to strengthen their position in the top five when they go on the road against the Osaka Evessa (12-11) at Ookini Arena Maishima.

    Parks' shooting has been a big factor for Nagoya in its seven-game win streak and the Diamond Dolphins enter the game in in fifth place.

    The Lakestars are running 16th with a 9-14 win-loss record and try to extend their win streak to three when they visit the Hiroshima Dragonflies (14-9) at Hiroshima Sun Plaza.

    Shiga has won three of its last four games after a 10-game losing streak, and Ravena is motivated to continue the Lakestars' winning ways together with imports Ovie Soko, Novar Gadson, and Sean O'Mara, as well as locals Teppei Kashiwagura and Daichi Nomoto.

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    Javi Gomez de Liano's Ibaraki Robots (5-18) look to stretch their win run to three when they play the Kawasaki Brave Thunders (17-6) at Adastria Mito Arena.

    Javi Gomez de LianoJavi Gomez de Liano and the Ibaraki Robots are running 19th.

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      Ray Parks and the Diamond Dolphins are running fifth, while Kiefer Ravena and the Lakers are in 16th.
      PHOTO: Nagoya Diamond Dolphins / Shiga Lakestars
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