This series proves to be no more than animated garbage for sake of selling Blu-rays and filling time-slots – it’s the equivalent of Softenni only offering more service with less farm animal intercession (a position filled by sunflowers) in the form of “basketball”. It has apparently become a trend to make “shitty” service animes with a sports theme facade – all ending up replete with random nonsense that allows for naked girls and varying degrees of fanservice to be shown.
Ro-Kyu-Bu is undoubtedly aimed at the lolicon as episode one is appropriately titled “Elementary School Students Come Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!”.
The series is no more than a mix of short suggestive sport scenes ranging around 1 minute – with remaining time allotted for total loli service show-offing antics.
Hasegawa Subaru joined a high school’s basketball club, although that plot is immediately discarded due to an unfortunate unrequited love between the club’s lolicon leader and the coach’s cute 11 year old loli daughter – leaving the club in ruins. Subaru’s aunt then asks him to coach a pseudo-basketball harem posing as a club composed of flat-chested elementary school girls.
He is initially reluctant to let other publicly know his lolicon desires, not wanting anything to do with teaching young girls – yet eventually he falls to their alluring flat-chested physique, one only found in elementary schoolers, hoping to assist them knowing the complex circumstances it creates for them.
It truly goes without saying that this anime is most certainly not worth watching if you are a fan of sports or basketball in particular as it’s neither of those – but rather a new breed of ecchi anime inspired by Softenni based around a concept of “sports”.