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.
Javi Gomez de Liano and the Ibaraki Robots are running 19th.
Thirdy Ravena's San-En NeoPhoenix (4-19) halted 14-game skid with an 88-80 win over SeaHorses Mikawa on Sunday and hope for another upset when they face league leader Ryukyu Golden Kings (20-3) at Toyohashi City Gymnasium.
The Shinshu Brave Warriors (9-14), who have Matthew Aquino in the lineup, play their final game of 2021 against Kyoto Hannaryz (3-20).
Aomori (2-23), which has Kemark Carino, goes to the Nanyo Civic Gymnasium to play the Yamagata Wyverns (13-12). Tokyo Z (5-20), which has Juan Gomez de Liano, heads to the Nishinomiya City Central Gymnasium to face off against Nishinomiya Storks (14-11).
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