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Ray Parks Jr. had a relatively quiet showing in limited time for the Nagoya Diamond Dolphins on Saturday in his Japan B.League debut.
Perhaps still nursing a muscle strain which forced him out of action last week, Parks logged 12:58 minutes and tallied two points (1/3 FGs) four rebounds, three assists and a steal.
Nagoya lost to the Hiroshima Dragonflies, 98-90, sliding to 0-3 in the West District team standings.
Meanwhile, Dwight Ramos was still unavailable for the Toyama Grouses in his squad’s 96-70 setback to powerhouse Alvark Tokyo.
Toyama likewise fell to 0-3 in the early season.
Ramos had missed his team’s opening weekend games last week to complete health and safety protocols.
Nagoya Diamond Dolphins photo
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