Despite the 2022 B.League All-Star activities at the Okinawa Arena being cancelled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Asian All-Stars will still get to interact with the fans.
The B.League has organized an alternative event online, where all the Asian Players Quota will be participating together, to chat and to answer questions from fans and the media.
The event will take place on January 14.
Hosted by Japanese street baller K-Ta, Thirdy Ravena of San-En, Kiefer Ravena of Shiga, Bobby Ray Parks of Nagoya, Dwight Ramos of Toyama, Kobe Paras of Niigata, Javi Gomez de Liano of Ibaraki, Juan Gomez de Liano of Tokyo Z, and Kemark Carino of Aomori will join the chat.
Also participating are Brandon Jawato of Utsunomiya, Wang Weijia of Akita, Yang Jaemin of Shinshu, Liu Jin of Nishinomiya, and Lin Chihwei of Fukuoka.
Invited in the studio are 10 fans from the Philippines, Indonesia, Korea, China, and Chinese-Taipei that are living in Okinawa.
It will be streamed on B.League’s YouTube Channel.
The Asian All-Stars were supposed to face Matthew Aquino and the league’s Rising Stars on January 15.