Alonso: “In eight minutes we did not comply and Valencia made us pay dearly”

Murcia, Apr 30 (EFE) .- The UCAM Murcia Club Basketball coach, Sito Alonso, has considered that the grana team “played 32 minutes very well at basketball, but in the other eight we did not comply with what was said” and added that That “a Euroleague-level rival like Valencia Basket makes you pay dearly”, while he has pointed out as one of the decisive aspects the performance of Bojan Dubljevic author of 26 points and whom “we did not punish as we wanted”.

The university coach has acknowledged that he lacked the necessary continuity to have surprised one of the best blocks in the Endesa League.

“We played 32 minutes of very good basketball, with clear ideas, but in another eight we did not comply with what was said for this game and we had doubts in the execution of defense and attack and that cost us a set against a level team of Euroleague that for any team would be definitive, but not for us. However, Valencia made us pay dearly and hence the 16 points difference at halftime “, Sito Alonso began by saying when he arrived at the Palace press room of sports.

In addition, he highlighted the performance of Montenegrin center Dubljevic: “Under the basket he has been at a frankly high level and we did not punish him as we wanted.”

Delving into what has happened, the Madrilenian has highlighted the packaging of the taronja box, fifth classified now with 21 victories in 32 games played.

“They have experience and they knew how to keep calm, so our effort was only translated into coming back seven or nine points. I liked many things about my team and what you have to do is avoid those lapses already thinking about the game against him. Herbalife Gran Canaria and we will see if we have better Jordan Davis and I think he will help us more on Sunday, “he added, referring to the guard, who reappeared being on the track less than two minutes after passing the coronavirus.

The coach grana is already focused on the commitment to play in Las Palmas this Sunday at eight in the afternoon -Peninsula time-. “The best thing we can do after losing is to play two days later,” he concluded.

(c) EFE Agency

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