One Piece 922 (HOT)
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read One Piece 922 on line - Kaidou is a dragon. A very impactful appearance. I thought he didn't have an ability due to his inability to get himself killed, but I guess suicide is only worth it for him if it's done by testing the limits of his own endurance. That makes sense when I think about how he tried to become Pirate King. He is not entirely uninterested in his life; he's probably like a berserk warrior bored by how weak and peaceful everyone else is, so he is always trying to test the limits of his power against extreme odds and strong enemies. He reminds me of Thorkell The Tall in Vinland Saga! Kaidou is a lot more extreme, though. His endplan is probably to attack the government in another summit war, but this time in the attacking side. Crazy. I'm not sure if he is even stronger in Dragon form, but this is likely to be so. In any case, having the ability to fly and possibly breath fire would make him into and even bigger threat. Kaidou looks so badass. Given that dragon pokemons are probably the strongest type, I wonder if that's part of why Kaidou's considered the strongest creature. Kinemon seems to have come up with an okay plan, but I can't see that working when they fight Kaidou without miracles, given his power. And on top of that is Jack, who's a beast in his own right as well. Wonder what Zoro's fate is going to be, I can see him somehow both messing the plan up and being the saving grace as result of that.

Australia stunned by Japan in FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifier

Australia Basketball Team suffered its first loss in two years, falling to a hot-shooting Japan side in a FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifying game. It was a sluggish effort from Andrej Lemanis’ team, with the loss marring Maker’s long-awaited Australian national team debut. Maker, the Milwaukee Bucks centre, finished with 13 points and 12 rebounds in the 79-78 loss, but the story of the game was Japan’s frontcourt, who were dominant on both ends of the floor. Nicholas Fazekas led the way for the home team with 25 points and 12 rebounds, while the 20-year-old Rui Hachimura a projected lottery pick in 2019 finished with 24 points and seven rebounds.



Matthew Dellavedova was also in the green and gold, dishing out eight assists, but struggled from the field, only finishing with four points in the stunning loss. “It was a tough one for us tonight,” Dellavedova said after the loss. “We didn’t play very well on either end, but you have to give Japan a lot of credit. They played really well, knocked down shots; the big fellas played well.” Chris Goulding was the lone bright spot for Australia, leading the scoring effort with 22 points. It was Japan who came out to a hot start, and led 42-33 at the half, thanks to the impressive play of their frontcourt. The Boomers trailed 77-74 with 20 seconds to play, and possession of the ball, but an ill-advised three-point attempt from Nick Kay led to a long rebound, and the game-sealing dunk from Hachimura. Kay had 12 points for Australia, but shot just 4-of-19 from the field.
“I thought we didn’t come out with the intensity and the intent required to play at this level, and, as a result, we were kind of on the back foot for a little bit in the first half,” Boomers head coach, Andrej Lemanis, said. “I thought Japan did a nice job of exposing us; they were aggressive. They moved the ball well and they scored.” Australia has already booked a spot in the next round of World Cup qualifiers, but will be extremely disappointed with their first loss since falling to Spain in the 2016 Rio Olympics Bronze Medal game. The Boomers will go up against the Philippine on Monday (AEST).

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