Oberá Tenis Club (4-4), comes on a roll after winning the last three games he played at home: 107-80 to Obras, 94-72 to Argentino and 83-78 to Gimnasia. Radical change for the missionary team, which before this positive streak had barely won 1 of 5 games.
The most important novelty for the Celeste is the departure of Jony Slider, so it will be necessary to see how he reorders before this loss. Melvin Johnson is his great offensive factor (18.5 points per game), although it is also worth highlighting the incidence of references such as Nico De Los Santos, Giorgi and Sam Givens, the latter another of Fabio Demti’s foreigners in the rotation.
San Martín (4-0), for its part, had a more than encouraging start in the League, after winning all its matches and entering the break with the mission of continuing to develop its game to give continuity to this great present. He is one of the only two undefeated in the tournament together with Quimsa, and tonight, at the Fortín, he will put that unbeatable condition into play. Diego Vadell’s men have been displaying their usual defensive style, being the best team in that area (leader with just 68.5 points against the average).
Ramírez Barrios (12.8 points, 6.2 rebounds and 3.2 assists) and Matute Solanas (12.7, 2.3 and 2.7) are his main offensive bastions, without forgetting the incursions of Ferreyra, Saiz and Basabe.
The last time they saw each other was in the last Super 20, with a victory for San Martín by a tight 77-74. In any case, as it is not taken as an official result, it does not enter the record of the history of matches by League. El Rojinegro also has a 2-0 lead having won both games last season.
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