COMMUNICATION AREA FEB

REPORTAGE: Finishing the first race course

FOLLOW-UP: Results – Calendar – Official page

They played the final of last season and that of the last edition of the Super Cup, with a different winner each time. Valencia BC has just won the European Super Cup against the almighty UMMC Ekaterinburg, in addition to being undefeated in the League and in the FIBA ??Eurocup, while Perfumerías Avenida has been recovering pieces since the first title of the season.

The postponed match of matchday 3 has all the incentives of a high-level clash, with two undefeated teams (6-0) and with the lead at stake before the national team break. It can be seen on the FEB Twitter channel from 8:00 p.m. and the Fonteta will present a great atmosphere.

On the field, two very deep teams that will want victory to get the lead and undermine the morale of their rival. Valencia BC arrives with the loss of Cristina Ouviña due to injury. Of course, Laura Gil and Raquel Carrera arrive in a great moment of play.

Perfumerías Avenida is recovering from the first defeat of the season against a USK Prague superior to those of Roberto Íñiguez. Katie Lou Samuelson has adapted perfectly to the systems despite arriving later, while Maite Cazorla, Emese Hof and Leo Rodríguez have played this first month of competition at a high level.

LF ENDESA – DAY 3

– Valencia Basket vs Perfumerías Avenida (F – 20: 00h) / @BaloncestoESP
– Baxi Ferrol vs Cadí La Seu (54-61) / MVP: Irati Etxarri – 22 rating
– Durán Maquinaria Ensino vs Innova TSN Leganés (64-53) / MVP: Helena Oma – 20 rating
– Lointek Gernika vs IDK Euskotren (87-71) / MVP: Belén Arrojo – 24 rating
– Movistar Estudiantes vs Tenerife (70-56) / MVP: Ivana Tikvic – 16 rating
– Casademont Zaragoza vs Spar Gran Canaria (72-57) / MVP: María Bettencourt – 21 rating
– Kutxabank Araski vs Campus Promete (53-47) / MVP: Agustina Burani. 29 rating
– Spar Girona vs Embutidos Pajariel Bembibre (65-42) / MVP: Julia Reisengerova – 22 rating

Via Feb.es