Nawaki Yoshigahara

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Nawaki Yoshigahara
(Akita Inu, F)
ID# 1285
No. 77 – Dakota Bikers
Position Forward
Species Akita Inu ( Canidae )
Gender Male
(Up for any names given to him)
Personal information
Born (2002-03-13) March 13, 2002 (age 21)
Shibuya, Japan
Listed height 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m)
Listed weight 232 lb (105 kg)
Shoots Left-handed
Career information
School He did not go to college
FBA draft 2022 / Round: 2 / Pick: 39th overall
Selected by the Dakota Bikers
Pro playing career 2022–present
Career history
2022 - present Dakota Bikers
Contract information
Contract year 2022
2023 Salary $1.5 million
2024 Salary $1.5 million
Player Contacts
(IC) Agent MrAwesomeMatty
(OOC) Creator MrAwesomeMatty
(OOC) Actor Unknown
(OOC) Usage Ask me before any use


Nawaki is… a special case. The tall Akita Inu dog tends to be somewhat of a mystery back in his home town of Shibuya. So much that the kids in his school are extremely curious about him.

Such a very peculiar thing to say, but it’s mainly due to the fact that Nawaki is extremely… quiet.

A simple emotionless, neutral expression that seemingly is glued to his face, many students will confess that they’ve never actually heard him talk at all. In fact, it’s been so long since any public display of his voice has been heard, that people who once were lucky enough can't exactly remember how he sounds, either. Which is quite interesting to Nawaki, due to the simple fact that he really doesn’t find much to say, and as such, what would the point of speaking be?

Because of this, people often find themselves in awe at how such a silent, subtle person in school can be such a dominating person on the court.

Granted, it’s not due to verbal communication, but skill.

Nawaki was considered the defensive anchor of his team, where most of the power that came in stopping possessions were led by him at the front. This is due to how his incredible prowess of observation comes into play. It’s like he’s able to be right in your face at the exact worst time possible.

You trying to set up the next play and have your teammates run to their spots? Suddenly, he’s to your side and swiping the ball outta your hands. You cross your man and get even the slightest bit of daylight on an open jumper? Nope, his hand is somehow in front of you and swats that shot outta here. You manage to get the perfect fast break to where you're gonna get the easiest layup you’ve done in your life? Well, somehow, he’s managed to follow you down the court at twice the speed and has slapped that sucker off the backboard to where not only can you not get the rebound, but his teammate got it and now it’s a fast break on your team with you having a major disadvantage, HOW IN THE HELL-

And what’s worse is that he’s not taunting you or showing off. He simply readies himself for the next play with those quiet, innocent looking eyes as he stares into your soul, waiting for the slightest slip-up that can let him do it all over again.

It’s no surprise that with a leader that helps stop the ball, Nawaki would get encouraged to at least attempt to go pro. But with him feeling that he’s not the academic type, he’s taking a huge gamble with this.

But… He’s looking for a team that’s willing to have him. He’s eyeing the Mayors, the Voodoo, or the Kahunas honestly, but all in all?

He will remain a loyal defender for whomever picks him, or resign to a life of working small time jobs back in Japan.