Bsquet Girona wants to extend the good moment against Lleida in the farewell of Dani Garcia

Although Bàsquet Girona has won the last two league matches, on the court of the leader TAU Castellón and against Huesca, Carles marco he does not dare to ensure that the team is living the best moment of the season. He is very demanding and knows that the team has an even longer run. “I hope it’s not the best time of the course and that every week we’re a little better,” he says. The progression of Bàsquet Girona will be tested again this afternoon in Fontajau against ICG Força Lleida (3/4 of 7, Sport3). The derby was postponed to December for positive cases of covid-19; the same reason that will make, once again, the duel against the ZTE Canoe, set for next Tuesday, have had to be postponed. The match against Madrid has had topostpone already four times, three for cases of coronavirus and another for the snowfall of the storm Filomena. Now the two teams will have to agree to find a new date.

The last two victories seem to have awakened Bàsquet Girona. The team has taken a step forward. He won on the leader’s track and, against Huesca, Sevillano, Logan and Rozitis surpassed the 10 rating in a remarkable collective performance. However, Marco warns of the danger of a very physical Lleida with powerful men in painting such as Buchanan and Bulic. “It’s a very energetic team, very aggressive, physical and that makes a lot of points,” said Marco, who also has words for the Segrià coach. Gustavo Aranzana. “He is a very good and experienced technician, who had me under his command for many years,” he recalls. Marco urges everyone to think only “about Lleida” and not look at what could happen if the team wins today. “Until there are a few days left to finish the first phase, we must not think about it. We will see where our limit is “, says the Badalonian.

On the other hand, today’s will be Dani Garcia’s last match with the team. The base played in Fontajau on loan from Baxi Manresa, who has decided to recover it to compete in the ACB. So far, Dani Garcia has averaged 5.4 points, 3.1 assists and 2.3 rebounds per game at Fontajau and had become a major player for Marco. It remains to be seen if Bàsquet Girona will look for a replacement when their departure is confirmed. Garcia is following in the footsteps of Aleix Font, who was already recovered a few weeks ago by Casademont Zaragoza, who also ceded him to Girona.

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