Basketball Schröder’s Braunschweig tour: First Eintracht, then Löwen
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After winning the World Cup in Manila, basketball player Dennis Schröder is devoting himself to live sports in Germany. At the end of the day there is a special thank you.
Two weeks after the triumph in Manila, basketball world champion Dennis Schröder is dedicating himself to the sports clubs in his hometown of Braunschweig. The 30-year-old first saw the Eintracht Braunschweig footballers’ 2-2 draw against 1. FC Nürnberg on Saturday afternoon and then jetted to Tübingen to watch the Braunschweiger Löwen’s 78:64 victory in the cup against the Walter Tigers Tübingen in the arena to pursue. “Big victory! Who is ready for Braunschweig against Oldenburg on Friday?” wrote Schröder in his Instagram story late Saturday evening.
The world champion captain, who plays for the Toronto Raptors in the North American professional league NBA, is the owner of the basketball team in Braunschweig and is planning another visit to the hall for the Bundesliga opening game on Friday (6.30 p.m. / Dyn) against EWE Baskets Oldenburg .
The sports trip on Saturday with his wife Ellen ended with joy for Schröder. Late at night, he published a photo with police officers at Tübingen airport and wrote: “Germany shows love. Thank you Tübingen for keeping the airport open for us.”
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