Saras: "No star, no matter how good, wins a game"

The Barça coach accepted the defeat against Andorra in the final of the Catalan League, but was critical of his team's play.


Sarunas Jasikevicius, Barça coach, accepted yesterday with sportsmanship the defeat of his team in the final of the Catalan League against MoraBanc Andorra (84-85) but was critical of his team, remembering that, "the matches last forty minutes, and the last The move is not important. During those 40 minutes we were not disciplined and we did not know what to play at. Andorra had the clearest ideas and deserved to win. "

The Lithuanian coach has always believed in team discipline above all else and for this reason he warned that "suffering is fine at this stage of the season, but we have to understand that no star, no matter how good, and we have many, will win only ".

"We wanted to solve alone, we don't play together, so you can't win and we pay the price," Saras said. A detail to take into account, along with the poor balance in triples (6 of 17) were the 16 turnovers that allowed MoraBanc Andorra 12 recoveries.

The team now has five days to prepare for next Saturday's match (6:30 pm) in the semifinal of the Endesa Super Cup against Baskonia, current league champions, in Tenerife. And the coach has advanced that, "we have to improve and for that I am going to ask my players for more discipline, leadership and, above all, to play as a team."

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