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Juan Carlos Navarro had a huge party
A huge Juan Carlos Navarro has saved the dishes at Regal Barcelona during his visit to Slovenia.
The Catalan team’s base was superb with 27 points, to give the victory to his team for 68 to 67 with the Olimpija Ljubljana, one team that has been a sensation in the Euroleague basketball.
The premises were in the hands of Kenny Gregory victory in the final seconds, but were well defended by Anderson.
Now the club is your key leader in the Top 16 with 2 wins from two matches.
In hell the Turkish Power Valencia came close to the feat, but finally fell to Fenerbahce for 75 to 73 in a game of one on one.
“Rafa” Martinez (14 points) had two chances to triple in his hands for the win, but Preldzic was tremendous on defense.
The local Onan (22 points) and Turkcan (14) as standards lead Group H with 4 points, while the Power Olympiacos Valencia with the added 2 units.
Unicaja is the Spanish team is leaving practically in the Euroleague. Two games and two losses leave Aito those very “touched”.
The stop was complicated in Greece against Panathinaikos, who won with total authority by 82 to 56, with a great display of all equipment.
Panathinaikos seems to be the favorite to win this key E, while the Lietuvos Rytas and the Caja Laboral must fight for second place.
Players of the Spanish soccer team pose with the World Cup, on the plane back to Johannesburg. (Picture: Juan Carlos Cardenas / EFE)
* The average age of the champions is less than 26 years.
* If nothing happens could validate success in the coming years.
* The next challenges: the 2012 European Championship and World Cup 2014.
If the present of the Spanish soccer team is still outstanding, the future looks equally promising. The champion of the world and Europe has a young group of players, where only two of the 23 players who have played the World Cup in South Africa over 30 years.
The current average is no more than the current average of 26 añosLa Spain does not exceed 26 years (25.9), which means that there will be no trouble maintaining a database of security in the face of the next two challenges facing the red: the Euro 2012 in Poland and Ukraine and the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
In goal, Casillas (29), Queen (27) and Valdes (28) are still here to stay. More complicated is the situation for two title fights, Carles Puyol (32) and Capdevila (32).