Zaragoza passes the process with a new victory

Many minutes for the less usual and tests in defense in a match in which neither team was playing anything anymore.


Casademont Zaragoza overcame the process involved in the confrontation against the Polish Pszczólka Start Lublin with a new victory in a match designed to give minutes to the less common men in the rotation. With the hand team already classified for the next phase as first in the group and their rival with no options at all, the match was proposed by Sergio Hernández, the coach of the Aragonese team, with the aim that the team continued in good dynamics of the last games, but with the supporting players, and thinking about the importance of the next league game against RETAbet Bilbao Basket. The game served as a test bed, in addition, in the tactical aspect since the former Argentine coach took the opportunity to test different defenses and combinations in attack.

The good starting defense of the owners of the land made him start off brilliantly, with a 10-0 start that reached 14 in the 8th minute (28-18) thanks to the good general game and the offensive success of Rasheed Sulaimon (12 points) against a rival who maintained the score of Martin Laksa, also with 12 points, but of the 18 that the Polish team had scored. The second set was more balanced thanks to the greater success of the visiting team, who managed to get closer on the scoreboard until the advantage was reduced to its minimum expression (32-31) in the 13th minute, although Casademont Zaragoza, with three young players who They usually have little prominence (Javi García, Aleix Font and Jaime Fernández) maintained the rate and reached the break with 6 rental points (49-43) .

The area set out by the Polish team after the break was initially choked on the "rojillo" team who saw how, again, their income decreased to only two points (58-56) in the 26th minute although again, with success In the triples and going well against the counter, he left again shortly after the end of this quarter (67-56), a difference he maintained until the end of the match in which he finished with the youngest on the track.

Photos from

Powered by Blogger.