Here’s a basketball anime released way back in 1981 at a whopping 65 episode count). Dash Kappei showcases 80s ecchi comedy at its finest. The story is centered on Kappei Sakamoto, a really short he is less than a meter tall!) high school student with god-like basketball skills.
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MAL Rated 7.28, Ranked #2299 | Aired Fall 1981 | Produced by Tatsunoko Production. This is a pretty old ecchi anime show from the 80s that revolves around a short high school boy Kappei and his journey of becoming a basketball player. If you enjoy anime shows from the 80s and their art style, you might like this. 5.
Ahiru no Sora Basketball Anime. Ahiru no Sora is a new basketball anime on our list. A tale of the unending struggle to achieve what you have promised to your family. The story starts with his main lead, Sora Kurumatani, who is short-heighted for basketball (a sport generally played by tall players).
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1. Kuroko no Basuke. My personal favorite, “Kuroko no Basuke” (Kuroko’s Basketball), a new age anime that seems to be on everyone’s list. For good reasons of course, besides an entertaining cast of characters and terrific animation, the series is backed by anime and manga-heavy hitters.
Aomine's brown skin is darker than most of the other characters. He has navy blue hair that is quite short. His hair is parted on his right side. He often has a frown on his face, with his dark blue eyes slightly squinted. Aomine is very tall and muscular. He wears the black and red Tōō High jersey with the number 5. His casual summer clothes consist of a loose, white tank top and tan cargo pants.
Kuroko's Basketball is a Japanese sports manga series written and illustrated by Tadatoshi Fujimaki. It was serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump from December 2008 to September 2014, with the individual chapters collected into 30 tankōbon volumes by Shueisha. It tells the story of a high school basketball team trying to make it to the national tournament. It was adapted into an anime television series by Production I.G, which aired for three seasons from April 2012 to June 2015. A sequel manga ...
Ahiru no Sora is probably the closest anime to Kuroko no Basket made to date. Some even argue that it’s anime better than Kuroko no Basket. Ahiru no Sora is a basketball anime. Our Protagonist Sora is a small kid and wants to play professional basketball. But being short in basketball is not forgiving.
Seijuro Akashi. Our next red haired anime boy character is Akashi. He is a basketball player from the movie called, Kuroko’s Basketball. Although he is not as tall as an average basketball player would be, his personality is just the same as a basketball captain would be.