Baskonia will seek to change the dynamic and add its fifth victory in the Endesa League against Unicaja

Joan Peñarroya’s men want to close the week with a win at home against the Malaga team and leave the defeats in the EuroLeague behind them.

After the Euroleague doubleheader, Baskonia closes the week by hosting Unicaja this Sunday at 6:30 p.m. The Blaugranas face their fifth match in the domestic competition, where they have won three of the first four. The last time that Ibon Navarro’s team visited the Buesa Arena was on September 30 of last season, where the Baskonistas won the Opening Game.

2nd Baskonia (4 wins and 1 loss): Joan Peñarroya’s men, after the two defeats before Bayern and Zalgiris in the EuroLeague, want to close the week with a victory in front of their fans. The Baskonistas receive the Malaga team on matchday number 6 of the ACB. After winning the last matchday in Zaragoza by 80 to 85, Baskonia will seek another victory in the Endesa League. With an average rating of 97.40 per game, the Blaugranas are the fourth most rated team in the competition.

10th Unicaja (2 wins and 3 losses): Ibon Navarro’s team lands in Vitoria-Gasteiz after winning their last match against Joventut and thus breaking the streak of three consecutive defeats. After the departure of Ario Brizuela to FC Barcelona, ​​Unicaja has been reinforced with the incorporation of Kameron Taylor, a winger from Bàsquet Girona. Kendrick Perry is the most valued player from the Malaga team with 16.4pts, 3.4ast and 16 VAL.

Of the last 10 matches in the Endesa League between Baskonia and Unicaja, the Blaugranas have won in 7 of them. That Sunday at 6:30 p.m. they will meet again in a match where the Baskonistas will seek to add their fifth victory in acb and close the week with a victory at home in front of their fans.

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