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The episode begins with Taiga Kagami practicing alone at a streetball court, restless with excitement to play against the Generation of Miracles. He recalls his previous conversation with Tetsuya Kuroko, who told him that he would be destroyed by their strength, and doesn't care whether the match is official or not as long as he can play against one of them.
Kuroko no Basuke 2 Episode 2
From the sidelines, Kuroko states that he doesn't know that person and that he had underestimated how quickly the Generation of Miracles would improve in the few months since their time at Teikō Junior High. Kise calls the match disappointing after scoring once and asks Kuroko to join him at Kaijō instead, calling Seirin a waste of his talents. Kuroko respectfully declines and explains both that his thinking had changed since middle school and that he had already promised Kagami to defeat the Generation of Miracles together. Kagami only smiles at his defeat, glad that he's against a strong opponent, and backs up Kuroko's challenge before the episode ends.
The second season of Kuroko's Basketball anime series is produced by Production I.G. It is based on the manga series of the same name written and illustrated by Tadatoshi Fujimaki. The second season premiered on October 6, 2013 and ended on March 29, 2014, also with 25 episodes. The DVD and Blu-ray version of the second season was released on June 20, 2014, along with an episode which was designed around a specific chapter in the manga by Tadatoshi Fujimaki by working on chapter 124, and a bonus CD with an audio drama starring Satsuki Momoi.
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Solid episode. Not the best, of course, but we are working towards the Winter Cup. The build up is tense, and I find myself NEEDING to watch the next episode. function get_style2786 () return "none"; function end2786_ () document.getElementById('nue2786').style.display = get_style2786();
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