2018 Go Bowling! PBA 60th Anniversary Classic Stepladder Finals

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The stepladder finals of the Go Bowling! PBA 60th Anniversary Classic feature Jakob Butturff, Marshall Kent, Keven Williams, Matt Sanders and Shota Kawazoe.

Originally aired live on ESPN February 18, 2018 from Woodland Bowl in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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35 Comments on “2018 Go Bowling! PBA 60th Anniversary Classic Stepladder Finals”

    1. He is a great player! I’ve been watching him over the Internet for years! I don’t understand a lick of Japanese but I really enjoyed watching him…I had hoped he would come bowl in the PBA! He will get his PBA Title before long….. I Love USA PBA BOWLING! The best in the world come to bowl here! I am so glad though we can bowl with other countries….great sportsmanship!

    2. I was watching his 2nd match in the gym. When he missed that 10 pin, I heard a bunch of groans. He’ll be back.

    3. You could see the ball moving in his hand before he started his approach, maybe his hand was shaking. Pressure got to him, I think. Brutal. My heart goes out to him. When you miss a routine spare with the game on the line, there’s nowhere to hide.

  1. Guys Kent is not a sore loser. Bowlers don’t get mad when they lose. They get mad (at themselves) when they don’t execute. Imagine spending half a week tearing up the lanes for a shot at 40 or 50k only to have no line to the pocket the day of the telecast. It’s their living. This is how they eat.

    And when they can’t strike, of course they’re mad. But never at their opponent. You’re all seeing frustration and confusing it with hatred for the opponent.

    1. I remember EJ was like this, maybe even worse. But he bounced back and Kent can do it too, just can’t be so hard on himself.

    2. I enjoy bowling too, and I get frustrated when I leave a single pin or split out.

      It’s bowling.

  2. Shota is there for the experience on US soil. Well done Shota! don’t be distracted by this one pin missed. Hope you will have another crack at it soon.

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