Regardless of whether you’re a sports fan or not, ‘Ahiru no Sora’ is the kind of anime that can get you all fired up to root for a team that does not even exist in real life. So if you love realistic and slow-burning shows that revolve around the journeys of underdogs, make sure you check it out. With that said, here’s everything you need to know about its next episode.
Ahiru no Sora Episode 23 Release Date: When will it premiere?
‘Ahiru no Sora’ premiered on October 2, 2019, and has a total of 50 episodes in its first season. ‘Ahiru no Sora’ Episode 23 is scheduled to release on March 11, 2020.
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Ahiru no Sora Episode 22 Recap
After their previous loss in the practice matches, Sora and his teammates take a step back and only focus on their local school matches. Sora gets a little hesitant about his three points and avoids shooting at all costs. He instead focuses more on passing the ball to his teammates. With so much going on in his head, he ends up losing his match against the seniors’ team. However, this leaves him with a lesson on not only sticking to what he’s good at but further improving his skills as a point guard. While he’s at it, he gets confronted for what he’s trying to do in the game.
In the second half of the episode, a new player in the school comes into picture. A freakishly tall boy who represents the juniors turns out to be a really good player when he surprises everyone with his incredible hook shots. Sora shows interest in making him a part of their team while a few other players claim that he’s no good. Sora later goes looking for him before practice and finds him in the chemistry lab. The tall boy Mokichi then starts explaining to him all about chemistry and the experiments that he gets to perform with the school’s club. With this, even Sora gets all involved with him and forgets all about his practice.
Later, the coach shows up in the lab to remind Sora that the practice has already started. She spots Mokichi and asks him if he would be interested in joining the team. He tells her that he’s already caught up with the chemistry club. When she asks him how he got so good at hook shots, he explains that he has always been really weak all his life, so the only way he could be good at the game was through hook shots. Realizing that he could be a great asset for the team, she tells him that they’ll keep a spot open for him if he’s interested. Sora begins to admire him as he reminds him off his own underdog story. He claims that regardless of whether he plays for the team or not, he’ll make sure that he gets to play with Mokichi.
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