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Established
2004 (18 years old)

Sport
Basketball

Stadium/Home
Ookini Arena Maishima
(7,000 Capacity)

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Location
Konohana-ku, Osaka

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Japanese B1 League

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Upcoming Events
01 Oct 22 Chiba  -  Osaka
02 Oct 22 Chiba  -  Osaka
08 Oct 22 Osaka  -  Utsunomiya Brex
09 Oct 22 Osaka  -  Utsunomiya Brex
15 Oct 22 Osaka  -  Shinshu

Latest Results
08 May 22 Osaka  68 - 96  Diamond Dolphins
07 May 22 Osaka  87 - 76  Diamond Dolphins
04 May 22 Osaka  P - P  Niigata
01 May 22 Hiroshima D  90 - 59  Osaka
30 Apr 22 Hiroshima D  87 - 75  Osaka

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History
The team was formed in 2004 with the expansion of the bj league. They have been the most successful team in the league, having won three league championships in the league's first three seasons.

During the 2007-08 season, the team played their home games in seven separate arenas throughout the Osaka Prefecture and Hyogo Prefecture. This was also the first season that the team's game were broadcast live on television (for two games). The total attendance for their home games was 66,069, and the average attendance 3,003. The team finished in first place during the regular season and won the championship for the third consecutive season.

The 2008-09 season was the first season that the team did not use the Namihaya Dome for any of their home games.

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Stadium or Home

Ookini Arena Maishima is an indoor sporting arena located in Osaka, Japan. The capacity of the arena is 7,000 people.

Since 2004, it has been the home arena and the practice facilities for the Osaka Evessa, a professional basketball team of the B.League.

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