New game in Liga Adecco Plata and CBA Gran Canaria is going to travel to Madrid as this Saturday at 7 pm (insular time) is going to visit the ninth team in the standings: Viten Getafe.
Canarias Basketball Academy’s first team presents two doubts: Roberto Guerra, injured on the left foot sole, and Aaron Geramipoor who twisted his ankle practising this Friday morning.
In that sense, Pepe Carrión explained that “we hace this encounter with injured players, but with the same excitement as always. There are not any excuses, I always tell the players that this is the worst way in the world to die, as if we die, we will die fighting and going for the game“.
The coach from Sevilla thinks that their next rival “in normal conditions would be a team very similar to us as they have a lot of young players like a ACB young team. They press and defend 1 on 1 really well to run. I think that they feel better on running and we will try to prevent them from running“.
The Madrid team have 7 wins and 6 defeats; the last game vs Marin Peixegalego was a defeat (79 – 51) in a game in which none of its players got 10 ranking points.
CBA, for its part, accumulates four win, three of them in a row at Centro Insular de Deportes. The most recent one, vs Zornotza, was 20 up (79-59), as Kaleb Wright stood out (24 ranking points, followed by Roberto Guerra (23) and Jacobo Díaz (22).
Regarding the officials, FEB designated Jorge Muñoz and Jesús Marín to referee this match up corresponding to the 15th games in Liga Adecco Plata.