Shintarō Midorima (緑間 真太郎 Midorima Shintarō) was the bad habit chief and shooting gatekeeper of the Generation of Miracles. He now plays for one of the Three Kings of Tokyo, Shūtoku High.
Midorima has dim green hair separated to one side that doesn’t achieve his eyes. He has light green eyes and wears dark encircled glasses that are surrounded on all sides with the exception of the best. He is exceptionally tall, being the second tallest from the Generation of Miracles. He swathes his left hand outside of matches, with the goal that nothing can impact his left-gave shot. He likewise documents his nails for a similar reason. Midorima is frequently observed with a fortunate thing, that shifts from a stuffed frog, to a tolerate, to a pruned prickly plant. Out of diversions, he wears his school uniform: a dark coat that is tied the distance to his neck and dark jeans. He plays with pullover number 6 at Shūtoku, and no. 7 at Teiko.
Midorima is normally exceptionally saved. He feels no requirement for messing around, despite the fact that Takao tries to induce him ordinarily (frequently winding up with him irritating Midorima). Acting kind to rivals is hard for him, while his companion Takao has no issue with that. Extremely sure about his capacities, he frequently acts grandiose around others (generally his partners).
He firmly has confidence in the Oha Asa horoscopes and is set quiet when he hears that his zodiac sign, Cancer, will have a day of reckoning, notwithstanding going the extent that conveying an alleged “fortunate thing” with him all over the place. He likewise has faith in blood classifications similarity, as demonstrated when he said Kuroko’s blood classification An and his blood classification B don’t get along.
His proverb is “Man proposes, God arranges”, which implies putting forth a valiant effort and destiny will choose the rest. Takao once remarked on his arrangement for matches, going from filling his nails, taping his fingers, tuning in to the Oha Asa horoscopes, and conveying his fortunate thing of the day in like manner, as some kind of fixation.