Good news for Hapoel Jerusalem. Or Cornelius, Oz Blazer and Kadin Carrington who faced an illness are fully fit after receiving treatments in the last two days and recovered from the virus throughout the day (Saturday), a day when they went through the outstanding ceremony of the FIBA Champions League before the final training session.
The club was surprised that the team only had two representatives at the honors ceremony, Zach Hankins and Levi Randolph, and commented that “we have a lot to prove and we will prove it in front of the Hapoel Jerusalem fans”. At least 3,500 fans are expected to be at the game, including a significant number that will arrive from Israel in the coming days.
Itai Segev He commented: “We are happy, we arrive sharp for the game. We have a very good team waiting for us, we saw today (at the awards ceremony) that they are valued more than we are valued, but for us it is the team above the individual. We have not been looked at all year, I think that many times this year we have proved to everyone that They are wrong. We want to continue this until the end of the year.”
The red captain added: “I don’t think we are favourites. Bonn is an excellent team, leading the German league. Everyone knows what the level is here, we come with our qualities and our way. I believe this will help us win tomorrow. We will see tomorrow who is the better team. I think About the scouting and the preparation for the game, about arriving with the right energy. We will score more than them, or they will score less than us, depending on how you look at it. By the way, Randolph usually speaks before the game, ask him what we will tell them in the warm-up.”
Brandon Brown He added: “It’s a big game, Bonn had a great season. Hats off, we’ll try to set the tone ourselves. I think we have to look at it from several angles, what they did and what we did was significant, but tomorrow is a new day. The game will start at 0: 0, I think the preparation is significant.”
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