OKBet Sports: Dwight Ramos is Looking Forward to Facing Thirdy Ravena, A New San-En.

It is anticipated that Dwight Ramos will see an increase in the amount of playing time he receives during this matchup.

This Saturday, October 8, Levanga Hokkaido will compete against Thirdy Ravena and San-En NeoPhoenix in an effort to earn their first victory in the Japan B.League.

Dwight Ramos, who scored 15 points in a losing effort with Hokkaido by shooting decently (6-of-10), including five rebounds, Ramos is excited and “ready for more” to compete against the revamped NeoPhoenix lineup that still features Ravena. In the game, Ramos scored 15 points.

Akita Northern Happinets defeated Hokkaido in both of the opening games of the season that the two teams played against each other. The first game was a close loss for Hokkaido, which ended with a score of 95-90. The second game was a resounding loss for Hokkaido, which ended with a score of 97-74.

NeoPhoenix, who just played the Kawasaki Brave Thunders and came out on the losing end with a score of 88-84 after overtime on Sunday, October 2, are also desperate to break out of their losing streak. During the valiant effort against Kawasaki, Ravena recorded a total of 18 points, which included eight rebounds and six assists on his own.

Dwight Ramos

“You could say that I’m pretty pumped up. I noticed that San-En had a competitive match against Kawasaki despite having recently undergone significant roster changes, including the hiring of a new coach and an import player. Consequently, I believe that they have significantly improved,” said Dwight Ramos in a post-match interview that was conducted virtually.

“We’re going to prepare well, and I’m pretty excited to go against Thirdy because, as of late, the matches at Toyama have been really interesting. Both games have been incredibly exciting to watch. “Therefore, I’m looking forward to getting together with him and just asking him how he’s doing and then squaring off against him on the court,” he went on to say.

The 6-foot-4 guard, who made his debut in the Japan B.League with the Toyama Grousers in his first season of professional basketball, expressed his gratitude to his new head coach Kenichi Sako for “leaving me out on the court.”

Dwight Ramos continued by saying, “It’s early in the season, and the coach really believes in me, and of course, him leaving me out on the court, I just want to give my best effort and best attitude and just keep playing hard and trying to win no matter what the score is.”

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