BarcelonaSome things do not change. The years go by and the Joventut de Badalona continues to make young people debut to stay among the best. Carles Duran’s team debuts this season against Bilbao Basket (6pm, Movistar Deportes) in a match in which, incidentally, the 30th anniversary of the Olympic Pavilion will be celebrated: the green-and-black entity left three decades ago the iconic track of Ausiàs March to make a quality leap to a venue where the best players in history have played, thanks to the 1992 Games. For the debut, Duran will have three major injuries, two of which under the ring: the pivots Ante Tomic and Simon Birgander, as well as the badaloní Ferran Bassas, that begins the second season after returning to the originating club of the San Pablo Burgos. “We face the first game with all the enthusiasm and with a lot of desire to start the Endesa League well, because we already know that starting the season well gives you a lot of confidence and then everything is easier,” said one of the captains in the previous match. Pau Ribas.