... was a very amusing show I swallowed in two bites.
Why is it so hilarious? I dont know but I know I laughed out loud at some scenes.
I enjoyed those killer looks, all the sweat and endeavour with which they desperately tried to beat the opponent fair and square. There was something noble with all those fights and losses.
The good thing for this genre is that sport can never stop. There is always a next tournament, another challenge, some room for improvement.
The driver of this series is that irritation that we as viewers experience at the end, too. Finally the good did not win: team play does not seem to be able to beat a single genious, who was not even in his best form and was not giving their best at every match. How could an arrogant relaxed guy win? Thank you very much our blondie Kise, who taught him a little bit of lesson that even he can be surprised. It was a perfect match to measure Aomine against himself in the person of a copy cat. Can he beat himself?
Although we really completely and absolutely became fans of Kise (especially because of this last heroic loss, but also his beautiful appearance, his modest and kind personality outside the basket court, and those killer looks), it is absolutely unfair to finish the anime with him in the spotlight. Our protagonist is not just anyone but Kuroko, an unreadable, invisible and unpredictable player, the Shadow and the one who can only pass but he is an expert of it. We never learnt what idea he came up with to compensate his weakness and improve his and the teams performance. But the keyword is the team: he inspired Kise, too, who involuntarily used a team strategy in the end, losing the last match against Aomine Daiki.
But this new method (that promotes Season 2 already) will not only improve Kurokos game but the whole team. There is no one in the show who can move and influence so many characters. So I thought: okay, no big deal that the last sentence was not from his mouth. BUT I expect now a lot from the sequel.
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