He is used to acting as the natural leader of his Real Betis Baloncesto on the court and, in the premiere of an entire Playoffs for promotion, he was not going to be any less. Because Joaquín Rodríguez once again put the team on his back at the Movistar Academy to be able to compete for a first victory that escaped in the final stages and for which they will fight again this Sunday.


Friday night’s match didn’t start well for Real Betis, who saw their rival move up 10 points early. A first inertia that led the Sevillian team to stop the game for the first time, thus awakening all the competitive fury of Joaquín Rodríguez who was not going to take long to assume responsibility. Because it was at that moment when his hands began to generate points to put his team fully into the fight for victory.

A duel in which he reached 31 PIR points thanks to a service record composed of 28 points (5/6 TL and 10/16 TC), 6 rebounds, 5 assists, 1 recovery, 1 block and 6 fouls received with whom he kept his team in the game until the most decisive moments of the clash.

The best way to test a terrain that will lead them to enjoy this Sunday a new opportunity on the Wizink Center court to be able to add the first fucking, thus reversing the court factor before returning to Seville.

Anecdotal section:

He joined the Sevillian team last summer and did so backed by his great role in recent years in Argentine basketball. An inertia that Joaquín Rodríguez (Real Betis Baloncesto) has kept intact in Seville with a season in which he has stood out from the first day of competition and in which he has been one of the most stable players within a dressing room in constant evolution. Work that was rewarded during Matchday 31 with the conquest of its first MVP in our country (read report). In this way, the victory in Madrid will be his first prize in a Final Phase and, as then, far from San Pablo where he has not yet been able to debut his personal showcase.

The ideal quintet of the day:

Prominence of the most distributed in the premiere of Playoffs for promotion in which the main references of each team naturally assumed their leadership. Starting with a Gonzalo Corbalán (Longevida San Pablo Burgos) who marked the passage of his team from the Coliseum in Burgos and continuing with an imperial Gerard Jofresa (Grupo Ureta Tizona) just a few meters away to revolutionize the Plantío with his triples. Although the great role of the outside game was going to fall on the figure of Joaquín Rodríguez (Real Betis Baloncesto) who could not transform his points into a victory in Madrid.

Already in interior positions, prominence and efficiency distributed to two fundamental men for their teams, on the one hand with the role of a Cameron Krutwig (ICG Força Lleida) decisive in the Barris Nord of Lleida for the Ilerda victory and, on the other, with the good assault by Iván Aurrecoechea (Guuk Gipuzkoa) who could not win the double prize as he saw how victory eluded his team.

Base: Gonzalo Corbalán (Longevida San Pablo Burgos) 19 points: 17 points (8/10 TC), 2 rebounds and 2 assists.
Shooting guard: Gerard Jofresa (Ureta Tizona Group) 26 points: 23 points (8/13 TC), 4 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 recoveries.
Forward: Joaquín Rodríguez (Real Betis Baloncesto) 31 val: 28 points (5/6 TL and 10/16 TC), 6 rebounds, 5 assists, 1 recovery, 1 block and 6 fouls received.
Power forward: Cameron Krutwig (ICG Força Lleida) 28 points: 17 points (5/5 TL and 6/8 TC), 12 rebounds, 1 assist and 4 fouls received.
Pivot: Iván Aurrecoechea (Guuk Gipuzkoa) 28 points: 23 points (5/7 TL and 9/14 TC), 10 rebounds, 1 assist and 6 fouls received.

Season statistics – Joaquín Rodríguez:

Games played: 31
Minutes: 26.32
Points: 14.2
Rebounds: 4.3
Assists: 3.5
Recoveries: 1.4
Plugs: 0.2
Fouls received: 2.7
Valuation: 15.7

Sports career – Joaquín Rodríguez:

Training: Mercedes Rowers
2017/18: Aguada (Uruguay)
2018/19: Larre Borges and Aguada (Uruguay)
2019/20: Concordia Students (Argentina)
2020/23: Basket Works (Argentina)
2023/24: Real Betis Baloncesto (LEB Gold)

2024-05-19 00:02:08
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