Rui Hachimura All 49 Midrange Jumpers Full Highlights (2019-20 Season Jumperilation)

Through the first month of the season, as I watched Rui Hachimura humiliate defenders again and again with his hesi pull-up midrange jimbos (you won’t know what I just said unless you REALLY hoop), my enthusiasm for a Rui Hachimura midrange-ilation was increasing by the day. Hachimura wasn’t on pace to break any records or…

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Rui Hachimura 20 Points Full Highlights (3/3/2020)

Yuta Watanabe of the Memphis Grizzlies has been getting some small amounts of burn lately, which means that the battle between Rui Hachimura and Yuta Watanabe for the title of “Best Japanese NBA Player” is actually a battle. It’s not much of a battle, but it is a battle because both combatants are active and…

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Rui Hachimura 17 Points Full Highlights (2/26/2020)

I want the Wizards to continue being an all-scoring, no-defense team going forward. That’s not the path to playoff success by any means (cue the fuzzy, but happy, memories of the Wizards owning the Raptors year after year in the playoffs), but it IS the path to having an entertaining-as-heck product to put on the…

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Rui Hachimura 17 Points Full Highlights (2/21/2020)

Rui Hachimura had 9 points in the first 4 minutes of the game. If you’re an advanced mathematical practitioner (as I am), you can quickly deduce from that information, combined with your knowledge of his final point total as well as the length of a regulation NBA basketball game, that he scored only 8 points…

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Rui Hachimura 20 Points/2 Blocks Full Highlights (2/11/2020)

I didn’t indicate it in the title (update: I changed my mind, people have to know about this), but Rui Hachmiura had 2 blocks in this game. 2 blocks doesn’t sound like very many (probably because there’s only one positive integer lower than 2), but it really is for him. I’ll let you guess how…

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Rui Hachimura 17 Points Full Highlights (2/7/2020)

Just so you guys know, a Rui Hachimura midrange-ilation is DEFINITELY happening after the season is over. I have a feeling that Hachimura’s reliance on those pull-up midrange jimbos is going to decrease in the future as he gets more comfortable with scoring on other ways, so I can’t afford to miss this opportunity. If…

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Rui Hachimura 18 Points Full Highlights (12/10/2019)

It sorta came out of nowhere, but the ‘Zards have a CORE forming in Washington. Obviously the first part of the CORE is Bradley Beal, because he’s one of the bucketiest players in the whole league. He might be getting paid a lot, but the things with a CORE is that it needs at least…

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Rui Hachimura 27 Points Full Highlights (12/5/2019)

Rui Hachimura gets a lot of buckets for a rookie who was supposed to be kinda raw offensively. That’s the best thing about him. Buckets. Lots of rookies, their main talent might lie outside the realm of scoring. The might not even have a main talent. But Hachimura, he knows how to put the ball…

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Rui Hachimura Career High 30 Points Full Highlights (12/1/2019)

Rui Hachimura opened his eyes, looked around for a second, and then immediately squeezed them shut again. He took a few deep breaths, shook his head to clear whatever delusions might be residing there, and then opened his eyes again. The scene had not changed. He stood up, and attempted to remember what he was…

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Rui Hachimura 16 Points Full Highlights (11/29/2019)

The final score of this game 103-125, was “only” a 22-point loss for the ‘Zards, but halfway through the third quarter, they were down by almost forty. So this game was even less close than the final tally would have you believe. I bring this up because the fourth quarter was complete garbage time (I’m…

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