From November 28th through 29th, will play in Chihuahua against Puerto Rico and the United States
With Chihuahua Roagio playing, the Mexican basketball qualifiers continue to prepare for the first window of the 2023 FIBA World Cup qualifiers in Chihuahua.
Jorge Camacho, Irwin Ávalos, Daniel Amigo, Gael Bonilla, Santiago Ochoa and Esteban Roacho were the first players to receive a call from head coach Omar Quintero.
Jorge Gutierrez, another Chihuahua from Mexico, will be arriving in the capital tomorrow.
The arrival of Fabián Jaimes and Moisés Andriaassi, Capitanes players and Israel Gutiérrez and Kohl Meyer last night was expected.
Yesterday, Tuesday saw the qualifiers conduct their first weightlifting training. They then practiced at the Manuel Bernardo Aguirre fitness center in the evening. Mexico and the United States will face off on November 28th and 29. Puerto Rico will play against the United States.
It is expected that Fuerza Regia and Astros de Jalisco players Gabriel Girón Jr., Paul Stoll and Jonatan Machado, who have just finished participating in the national professional basketball league finals, will also arrive at the venue tomorrow November 25.
The first training session took places on Monday afternoon. Miguel Barraza, national team’s physical coach, led them in stretching and recovery. Canales was in command. Shooting training was conducted. The activities were adapted to each location. It ended in 3 to 3.
Yesterday, the Chihuahua State Government and the Chihua Huens School of Sports and Sports Culture (ADEMEBA) and Xoy Capital announced that tickets could be ordered online at www.topticket.mx and at the following websites: 11:00 am to 6:00 PM Box office at Manuel Bernardo Aguirre gym