Add and follow the fireproof Pedro Llompart (HLA Alicante) in a LEB Gold League that seems tailored to him since he returned to it via Alicante.

Because the Balearic base started the season again at a very high level to lead the valuation ranking with his first 33 course credits. A performance that emerged from Ferrándiz’s extensive game where, after two extra time, the victory escaped only on the final horn. The culprit, a Oliver Arteaga (Unicaja Oviedo) with whom he shared leadership (96-97).

An unfortunate action that, however, did not tarnish his 16 points (5/6 TL and 3/9 T3), 6 rebounds, 14 assists, 1 recovery and 6 fouls received with which to show that this season will return to the level of previous years.

Anecdotal section:

Knew very well Pedro Llompart what it was like to start a season leading his team. Because the base of HLA Alicante He was already one of the most outstanding players from the start of last year where he was able to win the award on matchday 3 (read report), as well as two years ago where he recovered that condition on Day 5 (read report). One night in which he was close, with his 14 assists, to beat the historical record of the competition in possession of Silas Mills (Aguas de Calpe) since the 2004/05 season (17).

The ideal quintet of the day:

The LEB Oro League returned to the slopes and last weekend and did so by crowning the fireproof Pedro Llompar (HLA Alicante) as the MVP of a day in which his ideal quintet began to forge from his presence in the base position.

An illustrious veteran who was accompanied to the five by another of those illustrious men of the competition, a Oliver Arteaga (Unicaja Banco Oviedo) author of the winning clap for his team in the duel that faced both players on the Pedro Ferrándiz floor.

Among them, young players, but no less experienced as a Aegir Steinarson (Acunsa Gipuzkoa) who returned to the competition in a big way to lead in his beautiful outdoor duel against Eddy Polando (Afanion CB Almansa) or a Eric Stutz (TAU Castelló) that contributed external solidity to the first Castellón triumph of the course.

Pedro Llompart (HLA Alicante) 33 val: 16 points (5/6 TL and 3/9 T3), 6 rebounds, 14 assists, 1 recovery and 6 fouls received.
Shooting guard: Aegir Steinarson (Acunsa Gipuzkoa) 32 val: 27 points (4/4 TL and 10/12 TC), 1 rebounds, 4 assists, 1 recovery and 2 fouls received.
Eaves: Eddy Polanco (Afanion CB Almansa) 28 val: 28 points (9/9 TL and 7/11 TC), 3 rebounds, 2 assists and 4 fouls received.
Power forward: Eric Stutz (TAU Castelló) 29 val: 25 points (12/15 TC), 6 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 block and 1 received foul.
Pivot: Oliver Arteaga (Unicaja Banco Oviedo) 30 val: 23 points (11/12 TL and 6/8 TC), 5 rebounds, 4 assists, 1 recovery and 7 fouls received.

Season statistics – Pedro Llompart:

Games played: 1
Minutes: 35.18
Points: 16
Rebounds: 6
Assists: 14
Recoveries: 1
Plugs: —
Fouls received: 6
Reviews: 33

Sports career – Pedro Llompart:

Training categories:
Valencia BC
1999/00: Valencia BC (EBA League)
2000/01: CB Murcia (LEB Gold)
2001/02: El Ejido CB (LEB Silver)
2002/03: Ceramicas Leoní Castelló (LEB Silver)
2003/05: Pamesa Valencia (EBA League and Endesa League)
2005/06: Aqua Magic Palm (LEB Gold)
2005/06: Polaris World Murcia (LEB Gold)
2006/07: Pamesa Valencia (Endesa League)
2007/08: Basketball Tenerife (LEB Gold)
2008/09: Lucentum Alicante (LEB Gold)
2009/12: Meridiano Alicante (Endesa League)
2012/15: CAI Zaragoza (Endesa League)
2015/16: GBC (Endesa League)
2016/17: UCAM Murcia (Endesa League)
2017/18: Valencia Basket (Endesa League)
2017/18: Iberostar Tenerife (Endesa League)
2017/18: Pallacanestro Reggiana (Serie A – Italy)
2018/19: Pallacanestro Reggiana (Serie A – Italy)
2019/21: HLA Alicante (LEB Gold)