Upcoming MatchEA7 Emporio Armani Milano vs Segafredo Virtus Bologna/9 Jun 2023iten

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Bologna –

The last Saturday of the championship to be lived at the Paladozza as a home, Segafredo will share it, after two defeats on the road, with Pesaro and this would already be a strong and clear reason, if not for the suggestion of an ancient and historical rivalry.

One victory out of six, Carpegna is currently playing for a salvation that must be sought in every match, with the idea that in order to overturn the odds, it will have to make an authentic act of strength. The best Delfino (15.8 points in 29.3 minutes) will be needed to play the right game, inside a group working on the new course of coach Banchi. Next to him Vee Sanford, head and arm with his 31.3 minutes and Tyrique Jones, one we should know by now, whose 8.5 rebounds see him third in A. Here there’s no tripe for debates, just a miserly actuality: passable from midrange (50.7% tenth), less present in offense (72.8 points second to last in A), Carpegna has also good things in the bag in the area (34.8 rebounds, fourth), while the report card is lackluster in lost balls (15.2 last of the lot).
Pesaro doesn’t score much from the field, but it also has the patience, the tenacity and the courage to recover many balls, despite paying for a physical level that is sometimes unbearable.