Watch Slam Dunk Season 1
aired: Fri, Mar 22, 1996
The opportunity has finally presented itself for Hanamichi to show off his new move.
aired: Fri, Mar 8, 1996
Shohoku’s scrimmage with the mixed team instantly changed momentum when Sendo entered the game.
aired: Fri, Mar 1, 1996
When Sendo joins the mixed team, they establishes chemistry.
aired: Fri, Feb 23, 1996
The Shoyo and Ryonan mixed team consists of Fujima, Hanagata, and Hasegawa from Shoyo along with Uozumi and Ikegami from Ryonan.
aired: Mon, Feb 26, 1996
Hanamichi annoyingly suggests a practice game to show off the results of his special training to Akagi and the rest of the team.
aired: Fri, Feb 9, 1996
The final day of training camp.
aired: Fri, Feb 2, 1996
Hanamichi still works hard on his 20,000 jump shots.
aired: Mon, Dec 15, 2008
While Hanamichi is practicing his 20,000 jump shots, Akagi and the team have a practice game in Shizuoka with their fellow training camp partners, Jousei High School. Jousei is a strong team that can’t be taken for granted.
aired: Thu, Jan 19, 1995
The intense training camp has started.
aired: Fri, Jan 12, 1996
To be able to cheer Hanamichi on at the game, Yohei and his friends get part-time jobs to pay for travel expenses.
aired: Fri, Dec 22, 1995
The Shohoku basketball team encounters an unexpected crisis.
aired: Fri, Dec 15, 1995
The intensity in Rukawa and Mitsui’s one-on-one is increasing.
aired: Fri, Dec 8, 1995
All the schools who are entering the Nationals have decided.
aired: Fri, Dec 1, 1995
Kogure felt malaise from Rukawa, which is due to Rukawa’s wanting to go to America.
aired: Mon, Dec 15, 2008
Hanamichi bumps into Maki and Nobunaga of Kainan. He decides to follow them to Nagoya to check out the "Star of Aichi", Aiwa Academy’s Moroboshi. However, in the finals arena, Moroboshi is out of the game due to a hard check by a first year.
aired: Fri, Nov 17, 1995
Hikoichi’s big sister and reporter, Yayoi Aida’s report on Sendo is nixed by the chief editor.
aired: Fri, Nov 10, 1995
Shohoku High School is making some noise after the basketball team’s achievements.
aired: Fri, Nov 3, 1995
Kogure's three-pointer gives Shohoku a four-point lead with the score 68 to 64.
aired: Fri, Oct 27, 1995
With Hanamichi’s performance, the momentum changes again.
aired: Fri, Oct 20, 1995
In the last two minutes and 18 seconds, Shohoku has a two point lead.
aired: Fri, Sep 22, 1995
In the last three minutes and 18 seconds Ryonan catches up to make it 58 to 65.
aired: Fri, Sep 1, 1995
Shohoku is wielded by Ryonan’s pressure.
aired: Fri, Aug 25, 1995
With Uozumi’s intense focus, Shohoku’s one-sided game gradually changes.
aired: Fri, Aug 18, 1995
Ryonan is on the brink of losing. Sendo’s exhaustion has peaked and they are in a desperate situation.
aired: Mon, Dec 15, 2008
Less than nine minutes left, Shohoku leads 53 to 46. Hanamichi is fired up at getting Fukuda and there is no end to Shohoku’s energy. Uozumi who is on the bench with four fouls approaches Coach Taoka to let him back in the game.
aired: Fri, Aug 4, 1995
Last ten minutes of the second half.
aired: Fri, Jul 21, 1995
In the second half, Rukawa continues to play perfectly against Sendo in a back-and-forth game.
aired: Fri, Jul 14, 1995
Rukawa who was saving his energy in the first half explodes in the second half.
aired: Fri, Jul 7, 1995
Second half. Sendo has realized that Rukawa is not playing as aggressive as usual.
aired: Fri, Jun 30, 1995
Eyeing Hanamichi’s weak defense, Ryonan throws the ball to Fukuda who is guarded by Hanamichi.
aired: Fri, Jun 16, 1995
Being thrown down by Uozumi, Hanamichi doesn’t move.
aired: Fri, Jun 9, 1995
After the collision, Akagi’s performance is compromised due to his concern for his foot.
aired: Fri, Jun 2, 1995
The Ryonan game continues with the score tied two to two.
aired: Fri, May 26, 1995
Ryonan scores first, but Shohoku’s Hanamichi scores right back.
aired: Fri, May 19, 1995
The day of the Ryonan game finally comes.
aired: Fri, May 12, 1995
Akagi and the team learn that Hanamichi’s quick action saved Coach Anzai’s life.
aired: Fri, Apr 28, 1995
Uozumi objects to the referee’s call and picks up a technical.
aired: Fri, Apr 14, 1995
With Sendo’s performance, Ryonan leads 29 to 39 into the second half.
aired: Fri, Apr 7, 1995
The Ryonan and Kainan game starts.
aired: Fri, Apr 7, 1995
After losing the Kainan game, only two games remain.
aired: Mon, Dec 15, 2008
To make a clean start, Hanamichi shaves his head but is unhappy with the spectators he attracts. Coach Anzai instructs the team to scrimmage first years against second and third years to clean out all the weaknesses from the Kainan game.
aired: Fri, Mar 17, 1995
The night after the shocking loss, Akagi and the team recovers.
aired: Fri, Mar 10, 1995
In the final 46 seconds, Kainan leads 90 to 86.
aired: Fri, Mar 3, 1995
Down by four in the last four minutes and thirty seconds, Shohoku resorts to an all-out effort.
aired: Fri, Feb 24, 1995
With 10 minutes left in the second half, Shohoku was down 73 to 63 as Coach Anzai calls a timeout.
aired: Fri, Feb 17, 1995
With Rukawa’s performance, Shohoku ties the game.
aired: Fri, Feb 10, 1995
With one minute and thirty seconds left in the first half, Kainan leads 45 to 40.
aired: Fri, Feb 3, 1995
Hanamichi is ready to fill the void as Akagi leaves the game with a foot injury.
aired: Fri, Jan 27, 1995
Shohoku is down by 15 in the first half.
aired: Fri, Jan 20, 1995
In the last 10 minutes of the first half, Kainan leads 24 to 20, and inserts a third year, Miyamasu.
aired: Fri, Jan 13, 1995
Preparing for the Nationals, Kainan Auxiliary High and Shohoku High start their first game of the district finals.
aired: Fri, Jan 6, 1995
The final four is Shohoku, Kainan, Ryonan, and Takezato.
aired: Fri, Dec 23, 1994
A game where everyone expects Kainan Auxiliary High to win, the game against Takezono High begins with Oda in the starting lineup.
aired: Fri, Dec 16, 1994
Hanamichi bumps into Yoko on the street and discovers that she is unhappy.
aired: Fri, Dec 9, 1994
The day after the game against Shoyo, Hanamichi reminisces about his first ever slam dunk.
aired: Fri, Dec 2, 1994
With two minutes and thirty seconds left in the second half, the score is tied 60 to 60.
aired: Fri, Nov 25, 1994
Thanks to Mitsui’s willed plays, Shohoku’s deficit goes down to 3 points.
aired: Wed, Nov 2, 1994
Hasegawa had watched Mitsui play in junior high and practiced hard to exceed Mitsui.
aired: Fri, Oct 21, 1994
10 minutes remain on the second half, and Shoyo leads at 46 to 40.
aired: Sat, Oct 15, 1994
Fujima’s play on the court amazes everyone. Hanamichi, who did not give up a single rebound to Shoyo before, begins to lose his ground as Shoyo changes into a completely different team. Coach Anzai calls a time out to help his team.
aired: Fri, Oct 7, 1994
Shohoku escapes a bad situation with the help of Hanamichi dominating in rebounds.
aired: Fri, Sep 30, 1994
Shohoku gain on Shoyo with the help of Ryota’s plays.
aired: Sat, Sep 24, 1994
Rukawa’s tells his team members that their movements are stiff. The team regains their pace and plays harder. Ryota explodes in the fast break, steals the ball, and cuts through the defense.
aired: Fri, Sep 16, 1994
Shohoku realizes Shoyo’s strength.
aired: Fri, Sep 9, 1994
Shohoku’s next opponent is Shoyo High School.
aired: Fri, Sep 2, 1994
Hanamichi fouls out yet again for the third straight game.
aired: Fri, Aug 26, 1994
Hanamichi finds Mitsui and Tetsuo surrounded by a group of thugs.
aired: Fri, Aug 19, 1994
After fouling out two games in a row, Hanamichi’s distress has reached its peak.
aired: Fri, Aug 5, 1994
Shohoku is victorious in their first match.
aired: Fri, Jul 15, 1994
Naito succeeds in taunting Hanamichi to get into foul trouble.
aired: Fri, Jul 1, 1994
Rukawa’s play helps Shohoku tie the game.
aired: Fri, Jun 24, 1994
As Miuradai leads 22 to 8, Shohoku finally sends its best players out to court.
aired: Fri, Jun 17, 1994
At the game against Miuradai, the key players—Hanamichi, Rukawa, Ryota, and Mitsu—are left on the bench.
aired: Fri, May 27, 1994
Mitsui, who changes his ways, rejoins the basketball team.
aired: Fri, May 20, 1994
Mitsui’s love for the game never left him.
aired: Fri, May 13, 1994
Hanamichi and the others learn of Mitsui’s glorious past as a star basketball player entering high school.
aired: Fri, May 6, 1994
Youhei and Sakuragi’s Gang come to the rescue to defeat Mitsui and his gang
aired: Sat, Apr 30, 1994
Rukawa engages in a bloody fight with Mitsui and his gang. A crowd rushes to the gym. The Shohoku basketball team is in trouble. Hanamichi startes to make a move, and the worst is yet to come.
aired: Fri, Apr 22, 1994
As Hanamichi and Ryota become friends, Mitsui brings the thug, Tetsuo, to the gym during practice.
aired: Fri, Apr 15, 1994
The battle between Hanamichi and Ryota continues…
aired: Fri, Mar 25, 1994
The guy who Ohkusu and Youhei glare at is a second year guard of the basketball team, Ryota Miyagi.
aired: Fri, Mar 18, 1994
Hanamichi decides to retire his gym shoes and get some basketball shoes.
aired: Fri, Mar 11, 1994
Final minute, down by 4.
aired: Fri, Mar 4, 1994
Two minutes remain in the game.
aired: Fri, Feb 25, 1994
Rukawa, who dominated in rebounds, brings Shohoku up to 70 to 67.
aired: Fri, Feb 18, 1994
Hanamichi enters the game with 9 minutes left in the 2nd half.
aired: Sat, Feb 12, 1994
Ryonan continues to overwhelm Shohoku, but they worry that they have underestimated Shohoku's talent. Hanamichi finally gets his chance to play, but he suddenly gets cold feet and causes a number of blunders.
aired: Fri, Feb 4, 1994
The match begins and Shouhoku quickly lets the other opponent score.
aired: Sat, Jan 29, 1994
Akagi and Uozumi have a showdown on the basketball court. The starting lineup is announce, and the only freshman starter is Rukawa. Anzai tells Hanamichi that he is the team's secret weapon.
aired: Fri, Jan 21, 1994
Akagi wants to teach Hanamichi about the importance of the rebound.
aired: Fri, Jan 14, 1994
After studying Rukawa’s form and taking note of Akagi’s advice about “placing it on the rim,” Hanamichi succeeds at the lay-up.
aired: Fri, Jan 7, 1994
Hanamichi feels himself increasingly attracted to basketball, and he begins to take the sport more seriously.
aired: Fri, Dec 24, 1993
Hanamichi meets with Aota and is enticed into joining the judo club after being offered a photograph of Haruko.
aired: Fri, Dec 17, 1993
Akagi learns from the captain of the Judo club, Aota, that the Judo club is plotting to recruit Hanamichi.
aired: Sat, Dec 11, 1993
The pick-up game match between the freshmen and upperclassmen heats up and Hanamichi is frustrated at being left out of the game. Hanamichi’s appeals to coach and it allowed to play, but his jealously gets in the way.
aired: Sat, Dec 4, 1993
Hanamichi absorbs the lessons and continues to become a respectable member of the basketball team. Kogure expects a lot from the new player. Coach Anzai announces that they will practice game against the number four team, Ryonan High School.
aired: Fri, Nov 19, 1993
Hanamichi goes back to hanging with Yohei and his gang.
aired: Fri, Nov 12, 1993
Akagi refuses to acknowledge Hanamichi's spot on the team.
aired: Sat, Nov 6, 1993
Gori and Hanamichi's confrontation continues, and the condition for the 1 on 1 game is set. He needs to score only one point before Gori scores ten. It isn’t a big deal, but for a beginner like Hanamichi it is too high of a hurdle.
aired: Fri, Oct 29, 1993
Hanamichi picks a fight with the top basketball prospect.
aired: Fri, Oct 15, 1993
Hanamichi learns about the slam dunk.