A short music video for “Zero Step,” which is a song to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Kuroko’s Basketball, is available to watch on YouTube. The video is part of the Kuroko’s Basketball 10th Anniversary project that has been going on since April 2022. Granrodeo and Kensho Ono, who both sang openings for Kuroko’s Basketball, sang “Zero Step.” The music video also features both new and old animation from Production I.G. [Thanks, Comic Natalie!]
The video features the members of Seirin High School’s basketball team, as well as the different members of the Generation of Miracles. You can also see the various players on the teams that the Generation of Miracles play for in high school. Aside from contributing openings for the show, Granrodeo and Kensho Ono also portrayed major characters in Kuroko’s Basketball. Ono (Genshin Impact, Aldnoah Zero) played protagonist Tetsuya Kuroko, while Granrodeo’s lead singer Kisho Taniyama (Bungo Stray Dogs, Monster Hunter Rise) played Tatsuya Himuro.
You can watch the music video for “Zero Step” here:
Kuroko’s Basketball was a sports manga that ran in Weekly Shonen Jump from 2008 to 2014. An anime adaptation ran from 2012 to 2015 for three seasons. It follows Tetsuya Kuroko, who is awful at playing basketball but really good at supporting his teammates with his passes. He was a member of the Generation of Miracles – a group of prodigal basketball players – in middle school. With his new team and partner, Taiga Kagami, he faces off against his old teammates.