UdeC basket returns to play against Los Lions
There wasn’t much relief for Concepcion University after their sweeping wins over the weekend in their much-anticipated National Basketball Association (LNB) games against Kylekora Basket.
This afternoon, the university quintet will jump into the park again to face Colegio Los Leones, in a duel valid for the Central Conference of the Chilean competition.
The meeting, which will take place at 6 p.m. at the “Cats’ Den” in Quilbuy, will mean a new opportunity for the university team to assert its dominance in its region, as it asserts its leadership position until the end of the regular session. In addition to being in the playoffs.
For homeowners, the game against headphones is of importance as well being the ability to get post-season tickets. A race where he competes inch by inch against representatives like Español de Talca, Municipal Puente Alto, and UC.
A situation they totally understand at the auricielo shop, where they expect a tough match against the whole Valparaíso region.
This was recognized in the preview by Campanil’s coach, Cipriano Núñez. “It will be a difficult match, Los Leon was playing good basketball, it is an intense team and has a lot of potential. There is no doubt that we are talking about a meeting that will not be easy or easy, but it will also be a very good duel.”
Look, Concepcion University base Sebastian Carrasco, who also planned a complex match this afternoon, was involved.
“It’s going to be a tough game as Los Lions have raised their level a lot, and they’ve done better than when the tournament started. Plus, they’re playing a place in the playoffs, so it’s going to be a tough game at home, and we’re going to play against that, against an opponent who’s going to want to win all the games. Which comes to secure a place in the post-season and reach the highest possible level. I hope we can achieve victory.”
Regarding his contribution to the team, Carrasco was keen to continue growing. “I need to level up more, I think I can do a lot better for the post-season, which is the time when the matches are most important,” he concluded.