Deck: “The rest think more than I do in the NBA”


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One year after the runner-up achieved by the Argentine National Team in the 2019 China Basketball World Cup, Gabriel Deck, Real Madrid forward and member of that team led by Sergio Hernández, He spoke with Sportia and referred to the possibility that both he and Facundo Campazzo have of going to the NBA.

The rest think more than we do in the NBA. We are trying to do our best. I think the Super Cup has shown that you try to give your best. Later, if it has to arrive, it will arrive at some point. In my case, as is my head and my day to day, I am very calm and I focus more on what I have to do now “declared the Tortu.

Likewise, the Argentine player revealed that with Campazzo they do not touch too much on the subject of a possible passage to the best basketball league in the world. “We don’t chat a lot, but rather we say something about a rumor that is heard. Each one of them has it very personal and when someone has something certain they will express it, he counted.

Finally, when asked who will make the jump to the United States first, Deck replied: “No idea who’s going to get there first. I hope that all Argentines arrive, that is my wish, that there will be an Argentine in the NBA again“.

Scola and the Tokyo Olympics

The next great objective of the Argentine National Team will be the contest that will be played in the Asian continent next year. Although there are still several months to go, the The question that everyone in Argentine basketball is asking is whether Luis Scola will be present.

Scola must be left alone so that he thinks about what he wants to do “Deck said on the subject. It is worth remembering that the 40-year-old power forward, winner of the gold medal in Athens 2004, was one of the pillars of the team that achieved the runner-up in the 2019 World Cup in China.


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