Argentina wants a ticket to Paris

Argentina wants a ticket to Paris

The Argentine basketball team is preparing to seek pre-Olympic qualification for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

The Argentine basketball team is facing one of its last chances to get a ticket to Paris 2024 Olympic Games: the Olympic pre-qualifier in Santiago del Estero. Those led by Pablo Prigioni will be locals in a tough competition where they must be the best of the eight teams to qualify for next year’s pre-Olympic.

And to achieve this, we need to step by step. To do so, Argentina must first be the leader or second in its group after the first two matches. It is the first in each zone that will qualify for the semifinals of the pre-qualifier, where the first will cross against the second of the opposite group. The winner of each match will go to the final and only the champion will enter next year’s pre-Olympic.

This is the squad roster Paul Prigioni (You must cut two to leave the squad at 12 players):

-Aaliya, Lee

-Bressan, Gonzalo

-Brussino, Nicholas

– Caffaro, Francisco

-Campazzo, Facundo

-Chapero, Thomas

-Corbalan, Gonzalo

-Deck, Gabriel

-Delfino, Carlos

-Fernandez, John

-Fjellerup, Maximus

– Garino, Patrick

– Redivo, Lucio

-Vildoza, Luca

Argentina come to this tournament after intense preparations in Europe, where they played friendlies with Catalonia, Belgium and the Czech Republic. He then returned to the country to train in Obras and a match against Uruguay in Santiago, in addition to a training session with the U-22 team.

The albiceleste team will share a group with Bahamas and Cuba. Panama, also part of group A, will not travel for economic reasons. The current status of the Cuban team is not the best and in fact it leads 0-6 in the Olympic qualifiers, so it should not represent a big challenge for the other two teams. The great rivalry is in the Bahamas, coming to the country with four NBA: DeAndre Ayton (Phoenix Suns) Buddy Hield (Indiana Pacers) kay jones (Charlotte Hornets) and Eric Gordon (Phoenix Suns).

Bahamians have so far in this group:

-Deandre Ayton

-Buddy Hield

-Kai Jones

-Eric Gordon

-Domnick Bridgewater

– Jaraun Burrows

-Garvin Clarke

– Kadeem Coleby

– Radshad Davis

-Sammy Hunter

-Danrad Knowles

-Lourawls Nairn

-Willis Mackey Jr.

-Franco Miller

-Travis Munnings

– Kentawan Smith

-David Nesbitt

-AJ Storr

-Michael Thompson

This Monday will start the Olympic dream for the albiceleste with this schedule. All matches of Argentina will be broadcast by TyC Sportswhile the entire tournament will be streamed on DSports:

-Monday 14 – 5:10 pm – Virgin Islands vs Chile – Vicente Rosales Stadium

-Monday 14 – 7:10 pm – Cuba vs Bahamas – Ciudad Stadium

-Monday 14 – 7:40 pm – Uruguay vs. Colombia – Vicente Rosales Stadium

-Tuesday 15 – 6:10 pm – Colombia vs. Virgin Islands – Vicente Rosales Stadium

-Tuesday 15 – 8:40 pm – Chile vs. Uruguay – Vicente Rosales Stadium

-Wednesday 16 – 9:10 pm – Argentina against Bahamas – City Stadium

-Thursday 17 – 5:10 pm – Chile vs Colombia – Vicente Rosales Stadium

-Thursday 17 – 7:40 pm – Uruguay vs Virgin Islands – City Stadium

-Thursday 17 – 10:10 pm – Argentina vs Cuba – Vicente Rosales Stadium

-Saturday 19 – 18:10h – SF1 – City Stadium

-Saturday 19 – 21:10h – SF2 – City Stadium

(In case of qualification, Argentina will play in SF2)

-Sunday 20 – 21:10h – Finally – City Stadium

The winner of the final will get the only ticket to the American Olympic pre-qualifier. The pre-Olympic will take place from July 2 to 7 next year. Six teams will be divided into four different zones and the winner of each will earn a place in the Paris Olympic Games.

Source: Tycsports

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