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So guise, now that Aomine is actually practicing again for the first time since, oh, his second year of middle school, do you think he's going to blow right past everyone again?

I mean, let's face it, he literally hasn't practiced basketball at all since he discovered no one could match him. And while Kuroko was surprised by the growth of every other member of the GoM, Aomine didn't surprise him at all. Which is to say, Aomine hasn't improved at all since he stopped practicing, and he's played a game seriously a literal handful of times only.

So, do you think Aomine is going to be the final boss of the manga?
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Now that Kuroko lit a fire under his ass, that is.
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>>101468474
>So, do you think Aomine is going to be the final boss of the manga?
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The final boss of Kuroko no Basket is the Kisekis.

Seirin vs Kisekis will be the final match.
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>>101468817
pls use english i dont know what that means

>>101468810
Why would he be the final boss? Yeah, he was the captain and yeah, he's supposedly scary, but Aomine was the ace for a reason. Now that he's actually improving for the first time in over two years, why not?
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>>101468982
Kisekis = Generation of Miracles.
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>>101469046
What, all of them? That's ridiculous, Seirin would never win.
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>>101468474
Aomine was the strongest GoM. Akashi is fucking scary but that's because he forms excellent teams around him.

So yeah, now that Aomine is back to improving himself he will take back the spot.
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>>101469046
Kisekis = Miracles
Kiseki no Sedai = Generation of Miracles
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>>101469203
It kind of annoys me that he told them all to split up and face each other and then surrounded himself with pseudo-miracles and a replacement Kuroko.
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>>101468982
>Why would he be the final boss?
Because the manga is ending after this
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>>101469366
...wat?
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>>101468982
>Why would he be the final boss?
Read the manga.
Also Seirin can't play against Touou anymore in case you missed that.
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Aomine didn't "practice" because he didn't need too since he already learned all the street BB skills he use now as a kid but he do had practice because he was participating various tournaments. So the answer is no, it ain't going to make him much stronger, kuroko is final boss.
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>>101469417
Kuroko can't use misdirection against Touou anymore because he destroyed his lack of presence in their perceptions. But he's lost that lack of presence anyway, so whatever he comes up with to be effective again will work against Touou as well. In case you missed that.
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>>101469350
>he told them all to split up
Wait, I must have forgot that. Didn't he just say that it was inevitable that they would end up in different schools and face each other?
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the zone is bullshit
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>>101469448
Kuroko is the player, not the final boss. Clearly he's going to beat the final boss, but that doesn't make it him.
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>>101469473
>so whatever he comes up with to be effective again will work against Touou as well.

Like what? He only had misdirection. He does not have the body, training and potential to do anything else.
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>>101469410
There's only one way to go here. They win and the manga ends or they lose and enter next year, cue KuroBas Part II
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>>101469511
No, it's KnB's version of Super Saiyan
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>>101469511
ZA ZONE is fucking cool.
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>>101469582
>implying the author won't pull more bullshit out
He'll come up with something.
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The lightning effects used for the Zone were stupid.
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>>101469473
It's constantly said that what he does is possible because of his own, natural, lack of presence. And while he's beyond skilled at misdirection, he can't do it for more than a single moment at a time now that his natural lack of presence is gone.

But the replacement Kuroko doesn't have that trouble, which is implied to be because he can manipulate his own presence. Kuroko's going to figure out how to do that, and combined with his experience in using misdirection itself in not just basketball, but in his everyday life to practice, he's going to be a lot better than the replacement.

>but manipulating his presence doesn't make sense!
Neither do Akashi's eyes, or Midorima's 100% accuracy from anywhere, or a whole lot of shit.
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>>101469764
We did learn that Kuroko learned how to observe people and magic tricks. Is he going to pull a new magic trick? Maybe he'll put Kagami in a box and cut it in half.

>>101469350
All of them knew that if they wanted to prove they were the best, they would have to go on different paths. Finding and building the right team is also part of the equation.
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>>101470026
* and do magic tricks
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>>101469931
>But the replacement Kuroko doesn't have that trouble, which is implied to be because he can manipulate his own presence.

What?
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>>101469931
I don't remember him being able to manipulate his own presence. I do remember that unlike Kuroko, he's actually a somewhat good player since he can make shots normally and normal efficiency.

Kuroko can only do the Phantom Shot and since it's a weird stance it attracts some attention. On top of that, he already stood out by making buzzer beaters and all that stuff mentioned by Akashi (I think).
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>>101470153
How do you survive?

Kuroko can do what he does because of a combination of his lack of presence and his skill with misdirection. He can't do it anymore because he has actual presence now, thanks to learning how to shoot and generally drawing a lot of attention to himself. Replacement, to do what Kuroko does, would need to also have a lack of presence and skill with misdirection, but he's also shooting and doing other normal player things without losing his real advantage the way Kuroko has. Now, when doing what the two of them do relies on exactly two things (lack of presence and skill with misdirection), and one of those things would not just disappear (skill with misdirection), the only difference between them at this point is their presence. And since they're both doing the same things, the only way for Replacement to maintain his lack of presence is to consciously do so. Kuroko has never had to, because as the manga stresses every single time it brings it up, he had a "natural" lack of presence. It simply was, he didn't have to work for it.
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>>101470564
Let's start from scratch:

>But the replacement Kuroko doesn't have that trouble, which is implied to be because he can manipulate his own presence.
>Kuroko's going to figure out how to do that
>he's going to be a lot better than the replacement.

Are you talking about Kuroko becoming better in the future due to being aware of his presence now or are you saying (like I read it) that he can do that in THIS final game against Akashi? Because I don't see how the latter makes sense.
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>>101471463
The first one. He's going to become better in the future now that he's aware of his own presence. I don't think they have any way of winning the current game, which is why I don't think the manga is ending here.
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>>101469511
Experience of flow of Csikszentmihalyi:
In such experiences the person involves himself in activities for the which there are few rewards, if there is a reward at all in the conventional sense; in those cases, the person participates in the activity because of the pleasure resulting of that compromise. The ones who partake in those activities frequently describe an experience of "flow" in which the attention focuses entirely in the task and there is a loss of self-awareness: the ego is totally absent. Everything seems to be in synchrony and the hours pass without consciousness of time. The athletes refer to this state of grace with the name of the "zone", an estate of beatific absorption focused in the present, in which viewers and competitor disappear and the excellence is produced without the less effort.

Hastily translated from my psychology of personality material. If you are further interested:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mihaly_Csikszentmihalyi
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flow_(psychology)
>Formula One
>Sport
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>>101475161
competitors*



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