COMMUNICATION AREA FEB

He is not used to Melilla Sport Capital to have to be seen fighting for permanence at this point in the season, but circumstances have wanted it in a campaign marked by setbacks.

A year that, however, still offers enough time to set the course throughout a second phase of competition that has not started badly for the men of Alejandro Alcoba. This is supported by his latest triumphs and, especially, the one starring last Friday night on the Madrid court of Flying fish (70-79).

A meeting based on the success of a Andris Misters who starred in his best match with the Melilla team shirt to put his most personal stamp on a total of 30 points (7/12 TL and 10/14 TC), 3 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 recoveries, and 12 fouls received.

Thus, the Latvian exterior added 39 valuation points with which to take a new step towards permanence while feeding the dream of his team of being able to qualify for a first place that would mean his jump to the Playoffs for promotion.

Anecdotal section:

The MVP returns to the Autonomous City of Melilla 15 months after his last visit. An award that, at that time, had gone to the figure of Caleb Agada initiating a period of drought for the entity closed last Friday night for Andris Misters (read report). In this way, the Latvian picked up the foreign witness of the Canadian after 450 days to raise his first individual prize after a total of 42 official matches in the LEB Gold League.


The quintet of the day in the LEB Oro:

Halfway between the exciting challenge of promotion and the always ardent struggle for permanence, the ideal quintet of the day divided its five positions between the protagonists of both sides.

Men so valuable to their teams and also regular in this section as they are usually the base JustinPitts (HLA Alicante), the escort Andris Misters (Melilla Sport Capital) or the eaves Thomas Bropleh (Covirán Granada). Three players who were well worth the triumphs of their respective teams throughout a weekend in which the most valuable performance came from the hands of the Latvian outside who endorsed the victory of theirs at home.

Because Misters was the key on the floor of Pez Volador on a Friday night in which his inertia in the game deprived a victory of a Chema Gil (ZTE Real Canoe) that he could not transform his great performance into a triumph. More effective was therefore the role in the inner game of a Kevin Larsen (Breogán River) that paved the way for his team in Son Moix to stay firm in the lead.


Base:
Justin Pitts (HLA Alicante) 23 val: 17 points (7/11 TC), 3 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 recoveries, 1 block and 3 received fouls.
Shooting guard: Andris Misters (Melilla Sport Capital) 39 val: 30 points (7/12 TL and 10/14 TC), 3 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 recoveries, and 12 fouls received.
Eaves: Thomas Bropleh (Covirán Granada) 30 val: 21 points (7/7 TL and 6/9 TC), 4 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 recovery and 5 fouls received.
Power-Wing: Kevin Larsen (Breogán River) 32 val: 21 points (9/10 TL and 6/11 TC), 5 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 recovery and 9 fouls received.
Pivot: Chema Gil (ZTE Real Canoe) 29 val: 23 points (5/6 TL and 9 / 12TC), 6 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 block and 8 fouls received
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Season statistics
– Andris Misters:

Played games: 18
Minutes: 24.31 pp
Points: 13.6 pp
Rebounds: 3.1 pp
Assists: 1.5 pp
Recoveries: 0.6 pp
Plugs: — pp
Fouls received: 3 pp
Rating: 12.6 pp


Sports career
– Andris Misters:

Training: ST. Benedict´s High School (USA)
2012/13: Southeastern Oklahoma State University (NCAA – USA)
2013/14: Western Texas College (NJCAA – USA)
2014/17: Dolphins Jacksonville (NCAA – USA)
2017/19: VEF Riga (Latvia)
2019/21: Melilla Sport Capital (LEB Gold)

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