San Lorenzo and Quimsa will officially resume the competition today. They will face off for a place in the final of the Champions League America (BCLA) in the Works stadium. This will be the third game of the semifinal series that the two Argentine teams star in, since the first two games of this key were played before the mandatory quarantine.
In the first, Quimsa surprised the Cyclone Y he won 91-84. In a second, the azulgrana team he recovered and won 100-87. Flamengo, who is already qualified for the final, which will be played on Friday 30 in Montevideo, after winning both games against Instituto de Córdoba.
Highs and lows of San Lorenzo
Despite the low of frames Bush, Luciano Gonzalez and Esteban Cambric, the Boedo team keeps José Vildoza, to the forward Maximum Fjellerup and the intern from Santa Fe Agustín Cáffaro, who returned to the country, after having won promotion to the Uruguayan Basketball League (LUB) with Urupán Basket.
On the other hand, Nicolás Aguirre, Facundo Piñero, Kevin Hernandez and Nicolas Roman, all today in the Mexican National League (LNBP), They will return to the club in early 2021.
Also, San Lorenzo incorporated for this campaign to the Jonathan escorts Maldonado (The Union of Formosa) and José Defelippo (Mercedes Communications).
In the last days, the azulgrana team hired four foreign chips to assume this commitment: the North American escort returned Dar Tucker (he was in the National League titles between 2017 and 2019) and was joined by the Dominican Luis Huntsman (ex Platense) plus Americans Jeff Adrien (pivot) and Justin Satchell (power forward).
High and low of Quimsa
Coach Sebastián González was reinforced with the arrivals of foreigners Trevor Gaskins (Panamanian escort who played for Olímpico de La Banda), Brandon Robinson (forward who returned after a short experience in Libertadores de Querétaro) and Diamon Simpson (pivot who comes from playing in the League of Israel). Y just to play this match and eventually the final, the quintet from Santiago will have available the Yankee intern Anthony Kent, on loan from Oberá Tenis Club.