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Taunted in his homeland of Japan, Gonzaga Bulldogs Star has found a spot where he can be himself – Spokane, Washington, where he proved to be one of the great talents in American college basketball.

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Five years ago, Rui Hachimura was a boy from Japanese high school who had a passion for basketball. Like many other boys, he dreams of one day playing the top basketball tournament in the world, and making himself a name. Now he’s 2m03 tall, 104 kg weights, and he’s about to get into the NBA draft he’s been waiting for.

With a strong physical base, Rui is sure to be a goal many teams look forward to during the draft. He’s always been born for sports. Hachimura has always demonstrated. Little Rui studied all sports from a young age until he discovered that he had a basketball talent. Although like teammate Brandon Clarke he can’t bounce up high, Rui has a really good reflex and knows how to bounce back at the right time.

Rui Hachimura made great strides and creativity at the WCC after two years of preparation for the Gonzaga Bulldogs and received the MVP award. After that, the Bulldogs and the college basketball star squad, Duke, excelled in the game. After a lot of knowledge about a promising young player, the NBA teams have started to prepare to hire their own stars. For the Blazers, the fragility of the squad made them more eager for Hachimura than any other team. Al-Farouq Aminu, Rodney Hood and Jake Layman were all freebies. Portland is going to have to do more to make sure they get Hachimura. You ‘re not going to have to be selected before the 25th selection, or Blazers will have to get the selection sooner to get the former Bulldogs star.