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Tizona seeks to continue the streak against a difficult Ourense Basketball

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The meeting will be held this Saturday, December 4, at 7:00 p.m. in El Plantío

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Tizona University of Burgos will face this face this
Saturday, December 4, at 7:00 p.m., in El Plantío, at the Hereda Club Ourense Baloncesto. A match that comes after a day of rest and with morale through the roof once they managed to storm the Vicente Trueba and beat the second-placed, a Grupo Alega Cantabria that forced the Burgos to show their best version.

The Tizona University of Burgos will seek to keep its fortress undefeated against a rival that seeks to return to the LEB Oro on the fast track. The sponsorship achieved this summer by the Hereda Group has made it become the
clear favorite to direct promotion and proof of this are the seven victories achieved in the first seven games.

The Galician team has formed a team with a LEB Gold squad with the arrival of
Sergio Pérez in sports management and Armando Gómez as commander of the ship and with a sole survivor from last campaign, Kevin Van Wijk.

As for the squad, none of the players comes from LEB Silver, but all their signings come from LEB Gold or abroad. Consolidated names in the second national category and international incorporations make up an outstanding starting quintet formed by J
avi Marín at the address, a point guard with rhythm and pick & roll, Greg Gantt, a shooting guard who assumes the team’s scoring march with 116 points, doubling the numbers of his teammates.
Ferran Ventura, a player who brings great defensive strength to the team and more than 40% outside success that makes him add 69 points,
José Nogués, another player with a good outside shot and under the basket, stands out Darius Carter, the team’s top rebounder and the team’s fourth top scorer with 59 points.

Nor does the Latvian detract from the prominence
Edgards lasenbergs, dangerous from the outside and Icelandic
Dagur Jónsson, a point guard with a very good hand and 65 points scored.

On the part of the Tizona Unviersidad de Burgos, “the match is faced with enthusiasm and the ambition to win, but knowing that it will be essential to play well to achieve it,” said coach Francis Tomé.

The victory in Torrelavega was essential for the team that “continues to grow.” For the coach, “there is no doubt that winning in Cantabria encourages that the path is the right one”, but he asserts that “we are not stupid and we know that we still have many things to do better.”

A week without competition has served for the “touched” players to improve their condition, but until the last training session before this Saturday, it will not be known which players might not be available for the appointment. “These days have not been easy,” explained Tomé, who explained that “several players have had a stomach virus”, but confirms that it has served so that some of the players are “just recovering from their injuries


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