Two positives in the Gipuzkoa Basket coaching staff

Tomorrow's match in Pau suspended after the infections, which remain isolated at home. The San Sebastian team, which Dee is yet to join, has no court to start the League.


Gipuzkoa Basket does not lift its head. After suffering a thousand hardships to formalize his registration in the ACB, with a court order through, and form the squad in record time, he has been forced to suspend the friendly match on Friday in Pau against the team from this city, a classic in Europe, after detecting two positives in coronavirus within its coaching staff. The two affected are isolated and the club must follow the steps outlined by the protocol to return to training. Nicola's pupils have been measured so far in preseason with Casademont Zaragoza in the capital tomorrow, with a wide defeat by 57-77; and they also fell to Obradoiro, in Santiago, this time with an extension, by 86-92.

The Gipuzkoan group was already working almost completely after Brandone Francis joined today. Marcelo Nicola was only aware of the arrival of Johny Dee. Only Mikel Motos is injured. There are more drawbacks: to this day he does not know on which court he will debut in the League as Illunbe is working and given the possible refusal of the ACB to play in the small Gasca, although there will be no public.

The option of Miribilla is unfeasible because there will be a concert on the 18th and the Buesa Arena will be occupied by Baskonia on Sunday at 6:30 p.m. and it is necessary to reserve the afternoon of the previous day so that the visitor to the Vitorian venue, Valencia, can do a shooting session. It would be a matter of convincing him to do it in the morning. And if not, we should look at Burgos, who plays the second day at his court. The Gipuzkoans asked to start out but the draw has given them two home games in a row (on matchdays one and three, as they rest on matchday two), for the return to the ACB, against Madrid and Burgos.

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