Basketball: Joventut, Coosur Betis, Unicaja Málaga and MoraBanc Andorra get underway

He Joventut de Badalona the preseason began this Monday with medical check-ups at the Hospital Universitari General de Catalunya in Sant Cugat (Barcelona) and this Tuesday afternoon he will perform his first training under the orders of Carles duran. It will be a preseason marked by the COVID-19 pandemic in which the green-black team will carry out all the preparation in Badalona and will not carry out any concentration far from the Catalan city.

For his part, the Unicaja The 2020-21 season also started this Monday with medical examinations. To the players, apart from the clinical analyzes and different physical tests, they also performed control tests of coronavirus, as well as the coaching staff that heads Luis Casimiro. Once the different tests have been passed, at the end of the week, the squad will begin group training sessions on the court of the José María Martín Carpena Sports Palace.

The players and coaching staff of BC MoraBanc Andorra They also underwent this Monday to the tests of PCR and also serological tests by Covid-19 whose results will be known this Tuesday. Besides the players David Jelínek, ‘Tyson’ Pérez, Guille Colom, Haukur Palsson and Sergi García, together with the Andorran player Alexis Bartholomew they underwent stress tests. This Tuesday it will be the turn of Clevin Hannah, Jeremy Senglin, Oriol Paulí, Nacho Llovet, Bandja Sy, Moussa Diagne, Malik Dime and ‘Tunde’ Olumuyiwa. A day later, the team led by Ibon Navarro will perform their first on-court training if the results of the PCR and serological tests by the Covid-19 what allow.

For his part, the Coosur Betis started this Monday in Seville the work for the 2020-21 season with the first training sessions at the San Pablo Palace, to move on Tuesday next week to the CAR of Sierra Nevada (Granada) and hold a five-day rally there until Saturday, August 22. The team technician, Curro Segura, and the physical trainer, Arnau morenoAfter last week was dedicated to medical examinations, they conducted a first working session in the physical section, which was attended by nine players, five from the first team and four homegrown players. In this first session, the green and white trainers had only two of the newcomers, Mike Torres and Nick Spiers, in addition to Pablo Almazán, Tobias Borg, Obi Enechionyia and the Pablo Marín quarry players, Kennedy Clement, Ibrahim Magassa and Diogo Seixas. The rest, with permits from the entity for different reasons, will be gradually incorporated.