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    Hanamichi Sakuragi was born in 1968 in a family of the common working class. His mother passed away when he was very young, without the love of his mother he use the violence (out-on-the-street fights) to resolve his problems. As a young boy he was very tall at the age of 12 average 1.75 mts, and his body began to acquire force and a lot of resistance through his fights. Once he had a fight with the students in the sports zone of the University of Tokyo; his abilities to fight, velocity and to and phycality they attracted the coach of the basketball team, and offered him to join the team.

    In a party of practice, at the age of 17, against the National Team of Japan, Hanamichi of 1.89 mts, was the unique one that was not frightened by the professionals and noted 33 points alone: 10 shots, 3 nailed, 1 triple, 1 shot that did not find the terminology to explain, and 2 free shots.

    Although its team lost with only 59 points (59 - 115), had been an excellent first game for Hanamichi. Basketball was in chaos, and he was named "The Hope of the Japanese Basketball". Nevertheless, its father fell sick a year later. Hanamichi went of return to Tokyo, and this trip would cost him all. He descended of the bus in Tokyo and he was on the verge of crossing the street across the hospital when a car that went very fast hit him . Although he had the "body of steel", the impact simply was too strong. He collapsed, they carried him to the hospital. Unfortunately it was too late... before they sent him to the operating room died from internal hemorrhage, only with 18 years of age.

    The World of the Japanese Basketball was completely destroyed, they called this loss "Colossal". The mangaca Takehiko Inoue created its series" Slam Dunk" based on the history of this youth.

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  2. Join Date
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    Wow, I never knew that the character Sakuragi was based from someone. Kala ko fictional character lang...

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    so he really was a legend after all.
    Last edited by Taurus; November 8th, 2007 at 01:34 PM.

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    I just checked Slam Dunk over at Wikipedia. No reference at all that he was a real person.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shohoku...asketball_team

    Iba talaga mag-translate ng English ang mga Hapon...hehehe.
    Last edited by Galactus; November 8th, 2007 at 02:11 PM.

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    #5
    Rukawa pa rin!

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    #6
    ayuszzz yun ah tsk, sayang lang at maaga sya nawala

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    #7
    pula ba talaga buhok nya?

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    live movie coming up real soon.

    starring the lead actor from the live movie initial D

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    wow sir great find!
    its just sad to know that he passed away.

    after some digging, i found the actual article.
    its in eunicep.blogspot.com. your post was translated from this and its in japanese, but the picture is unmistakable.

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    oo nga, kamukha nya tlga yng picture. i've seen several jap animators who based their characters on real persons who made a pretty good impression on them. syang hindi na sya nakilala ng buong mundo. he would have been fun to watch in person

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