MoraBanc looks to Santiago for its reaction after four defeats in a row

The MoraBanc Andorra, which accumulates four losses in a row and has not won a game since March 21, visit this Saturday (18 hours) to Monbus Obradoiro in search of the reaction and also cannot fail more if he wants to aspire to the eighth position to play the ‘playoff’ for the title.

Those of Ibon Navarro arrive in Santiago de Compostela with already known casualties due to injury to Moussa Diagne, Tomasz Gielo, Haukur Palsson, Malik tell me Y Nacho Llovet and for Covid-19 of Bandja Sy. He also has the doubt of the North American base Clevin hannah who played the last game against Casademont Zaragoza with muscular discomfort in a calf. “Our mentality is to go game by game. We play against a team that is competing a lot in the last games and those that lose do so with little difference,” said one of MoraBanc Andorra’s assistant technicians. Paco Vazquez.

The Monbus Obradoiro comes to the game after losing on the court of the Coosur Real Betis 88-87 and to play against MoraBanc he will recover one of his scorers: Kassius robertson. “The Obradoiro has very good players in the inner game like Birutis Y Enoch. It also has very experienced outside players and they have Daum which is an important piece for them. They do very good basketball. ” Paco Vazquez also praised Moncho Fernandez. “They have a highly respected coach. With his own style and a very praiseworthy idea of ​​the game. A fun and difficult game for opponents to defend.”

‘Tyson’ Perez, the Dominican power forward, with a Spanish passport, reappeared against Casademont Zaragoza after two months injured. He had 9 points and grabbed 3 rebounds for a PIR of 10. “I’m fine now. No pain and very happy to be with the team to help as much as I can. Now we have many games and we have to start winning,” he acknowledged.Tyson ‘Perez, which this season at the injury level has also been a nightmare. “I take it as I have learned everything I need to do to be as healthy as possible. I have made a master of my body. I have also learned to stop in time that this is what has harmed me the most,” said the Spanish international .

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