Carles Durán (Joventut): ‘If we are not solid it is difficult to win’

The coach of the Joventut de Badalona, ​​Carles Duran, urged his team this Friday to be “solid in different aspects” of the game because if they do not succeed “it is difficult to beat any team in the League
Endesa. The green and black receive this Saturday at the Palau Olímpic de Badalona at Lenovo Tenerife with the intention of winning again on his track after the last setbacks against him Coosur Real Betis (78-88) and Herbalife Gran Canaria (84-103).

“Our great challenge is to play well again in the Olympic, where in the last matches we have not released our version for different reasons, regardless of winning or losing the match, “said the green-black coach.

That objective does not seem easy given the entity of the rival, the third classified in the championship of which Duran remembers that only one of his six defeats, against him Acunsa GBC, It has been against rivals who do not play the Euroleague.

Of the Tenerife set, Last highlighted “his experience and how well defined his roles are” but recalled that in the defeat (86-82) suffered in Tenerife They were “very close to them” and it is a goal to “repeat” this Saturday.

Duran pointed out that the presence in the base team Bruno Fitipaldo he has “balanced it a lot this season with the good shooters they have.”

He also had words of praise for the former green-black base, Marcelinho Huertas placeholder image, which he described as “vital” for the Tenerife team “both for his way of being and his way of doing since he is capable of scoring 20 points and distributing 12 assists”.

With six games to go to the end of the regular league, Carles duran described as “difficult” all the games that remain for his team since any rival “has its need.”

Carles Duran will continue without being able to count for this game due to injury with the forward Xabi López-Arostegui and the bases Demetrius Jackson and
Arturs Zagars, while they are “doubt” the forward Shawn dawson, with “ankle discomfort” and the pivot Simon Birgander with a “viral process”, according to the club.