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B.League: Kai Sotto logs 12 mins in first game with Yokohama

In his first game since the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023, Kai Sotto played limited minutes.

The newly-acquired big man for Yokohama played 12 minutes in the B-Corsairs’ 73-72 escape against the Seahorses Mikawa in the 2023-24 B.League season on Saturday at Yokohama International Pool.

Sotto, who was loaned to Yokohama by Hiroshima, tallied four points, four rebounds, and three blocks in the time he played.

He was named the Most Improved Player (MIP) of the contest.

With the win, Yokohama snapped a two-game skid, improving its record to 11-14, placing sixth in the Central Division.

Jarrod Uthoff led Yokohama with 23 points and seven rebounds, while Yuki Kawamura flirted with a triple-double, contributing 13 points, 10 rebounds, and eight assists.

Davante Gardner paced Mikawa, which fell to 16-9, with 19 points and seven rebounds.

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