Kuroko no Basuke episode 22
Oh yeah, there’s definitely more Kuroko no Basuke to come. I don’t know whether it’ll be in the form of another season, movie or OVA’s, but there’s definitely more to come. They won’t even be able to finish their training properly if this continues, let alone a rematch between Seirin and Gakuen.
Their training continues as Seirin’s cute coach decided to spend a little alone time with Taiga. Taiga has been training his ass off during these past few episodes, so it should’ve been pretty impressive to see his improvement. Needless to say that I was more than a bit disappointed to see that he hadn’t really improved as much as one would expect. Sure, his body was in superb condition. He could jump even higher, knew what leg he should use to make his highest jumps and the number of jumps he could make in a single could should’ve gone up too. That being said, why is it that he couldn’t even score a single dunk against that green-haired idiot? That was a bit disappointing.
Both Taiga and Tetsuya still have a long way to go before they are ready to challenge Gakuen for a rematch. Neither one has found their style, so they’re just playing around like a chicken without its head. They’re moving forward in a zigzag kind of way, when they should have been moving forward in a straight line. But progress is still progress, right?
Meanwhile the match between Ryouta’s team and Daiki’s team had started. I was actually surprised to see Daiki so pumped up. It seems that Ryouta is one of the few players that can make him go all-out, which makes me want to see next week’s episode even more. If memory serves, Ryouta is somewhat of a copycat, so perhaps that’s why Daiki is so interested? It’ll be interesting to see, that’s for sure.