There will be no shortage of incentives ahead of a weekend that will focus its day on a Sunday in which the reunion of Paco García with the Pisuerga fans will be the starting point for a total of 8 matches that we will reach after the match played by the leader, a Covirán Granada that will raise the curtain on Saturday night against Unicaja Banco Oviedo.

FORECASTS: The pool of… Xavi Rey (Levitec Huesca La Magia)

CUP: The Princess Cup Final will be played at the WiZink Center

TV: The whole day, on

TRACING: Results – Calendar – Official page

First in the table and first to take to the court, because the Covirán Granada players will open the day this weekend by receiving on their court one of the most fit teams of recent days, a Unicaja Banca Oviedo in constant growth despite to the lows. A squad with a solid and compact game and that will arrive at the Palacio de los Deportes de Granada ready to end the positive streak of the leader after six days without defeat. Or at least that will be the starting point for the Natxo Lezkano team on a night in which their scouting will have concerns as diverse as the high level of play of men like Lluis Costa or Pere Tomàs.

A duel that their main pursuers will be really aware of, especially Movistar Estudiantes and ICG Força Lleida that will come into play on Sunday morning. In the case of the people of Madrid with a complicated exit to the field of CB Almansa with Afanion and, in the case of the people of Lleida, arriving at a Pisuerga Sports Center where they hope to break with that “new coach, sure victory”. Because on the other side of the track, ICG Força Lleida will meet a Paco García who will begin his second stage at the helm of UEMC Real Valladolid with the complicated challenge of surprising a team with a balance of +4 in recent weeks .

Sunday morning will be completed with an important duel for a Melilla Sport Capital that, if it does not want to suffer excessive complications in its fight for permanence, will have to prevail at home in a Multipurpose in which Cáceres P. Humanity has solidified this year the foundations of its continuity in the category. A team that could take another step towards the Playoffs in case of victory before giving way to an afternoon session that will start with a great game. Because at Riazor, Leyma Coruña’s sole objective is to be able to feel comfortable on the track again after their defeat in Palencia. A duel in which the victory would provide a moral boost to the squad given the entity of the rival, a Bàsquet Girona that will arrive led by the star Marc Gasol. Whoever manages to break their negative dynamic after the last game will be able to take an important step forward.

That was precisely what an EasyCharger Palencia did on Wednesday, who will now head to Illumbe to measure forces with an Acunsa Gipuzkoa more than obliged to win if they do not want to lose ground with some Playoff positions from which they have been distanced with their latest defeats . Although we must not lose sight of the permanence with two direct duels such as the visit of Juaristi ISB to CB Prat or that of a reborn Levitec Huesca to a Palmer AM Palma willing to take a key step when distancing itself from the Huesca.

The day will be completed with an attractive duel at the Ciutat, a regional derby in which TAU Castelló will receive HLA Alicante, very aware of the offensive virtues of its rival.


– Covirán Granada vs. Unicaja Banco Oviedo (S-6:30 p.m.) |
– UEMC Real Valladolid vs ICG Força Lleida (D-12:30 p.m.) |
– Cáceres P. Humanity vs. Melilla Sport Capital (D-12:30 p.m.) |
– CB Almansa with Afanion vs Movistar Estudiantes (D-12:30) |
– Leyma Coruña vs Bàsquet Girona (D-5:00 p.m.) |
– Acunsa Gipuzkoa vs EasyCharger Palencia (D-6:00 p.m.) |
– CB Prat vs. Juaristi ISB (D-7:00 p.m.) |
– Palmer AM Palma vs. Levitec Huesca (D-7:30 p.m.) |
– TAU Castelló vs HLA Alicante (D-8:00 p.m.) |