▷ Basketball live at MagentaSport – strong victories for Hamburg and FC Bayern, legionaries …

12.01.2022 – 08:51


Munich (ots)

FC Bayern took the first hurdle in an important week: 74:65 mandatory victory against the last EuroLeague Kaunas. “That was important,” said Munich coach Trinchieri. Andi Obst also said: “Very good, very good” wins: “It takes a lot of weight off your shoulders.” For the ex-Berliner Niels Giffey, the trip to Munich with his club Kaunas was disappointing this time: “It’s extremely frustrating how we are so stuck in the sand.” The next EuroLeague win against Monaco is expected to take place on Thursday before the play-offs (live on MagentaSport from 8:15 p.m.). After winning the BBL front runner Bonn, Hamburg Towers celebrated a “runaway victory” against Türk Telekom Ankara, trained by the ex-national coach Henrik Rödl. “I am disappointed with our performance,” said Rödl, but praised the “very well coached Hamburgers” for an “impressive performance”.

Below are the most important votes plus links from the victorious clubs FC Bayern and Hamburg Towers – if you use them, please name the source MagentaSport. Munich still has 2 big games this week: on Thursday against Monaco from 8.15 p.m. and on Sunday the top game against the front runner Bonn from 2.45 p.m. live on MagentaSport. Today Ulm plays against Valencia and Chemnitz against Göttingen. Program information about the live games can be found here: www.magentasport.de/programm

EuroLeague: FC Bayern Munich – Zalgiris Kaunas 74:65 – “very good, very good”

After 3 defeats, FC Bayern won their 8th EuroLeague against the last Kaunas. A must win that does how well after a good performance – especially with fruit? “Very good, very good. It takes a lot of weight off your shoulders. The last few weeks have been a bit of a struggle for us, it didn’t look so good. That’s why it was important to start this week with a win. We have against Monaco one bill still open. “

Ognjen Jaramaz delivered a strong performance and became MVP: “We had good energy in the team from start to finish and, after a few strong throws, we developed good self-confidence. That was a good answer to the last defeats in the EuroLeague … The first dominant 5 minutes in the second half were important, That wasn’t the case in the end. This time we were strong, that was the key to a good second half. “

FCB coach Andrea Trinchieri after the game: “I’m happy for the players, it wasn’t an easy phase. We played with a heavy load at first. The game then turned. It was a good win, with excellent defense and a good offense. That was important.”

Augustine Rubit also underlined the importance of success: “It boosts morale in the dressing room. We know we’re a good team, but we gave up the last game (against Chemnitz). It was important that we finished the game well – we need that.” For the game against Monaco, the success means: “You can always win, but the question is how. I think we take a lot with us from the game.”

FCB coach Andrea Trinchieri before the game: “At the moment we’re trying to find the chemistry in the team. We’re not particularly fresh physically at the moment. I want to get the team back into shape through training and a plan to play basketball well again.”

About the Last Kaunas: “They have a lot of experience, they know the EuroLeague. All the players know what they have to do at every moment. It’s a big challenge.”

Giffey: “It’s extremely frustrating how we’re stuck in the sand!”

Kaunas had no game for 3 weeks, the ex-Berliner Niels Giffey returned to Munich – actually a good patch: “It’s always been something special. We are back in the hotel where we lived for 3 weeks 2 years ago and where we became German champions.” How the last one took advantage of the break before the game against FCB: “It was just important for us to grow together as a team. Since the change in coaching, we haven’t really been able to work together as a team.”

Niels Giffey’s record after the defeat, he threw only 3 points: “In the 3rd quarter and at the end of the 3rd quarter we didn’t have any offensively. Against the quick switch, against the aggressiveness of Munich – that was a very slow game of ours . ” The sporting situation “is extremely frustrating as we are a bit stuck in the sand. You can only continue to work, work on the team, work on yourself, but it is definitely a challenge.”

The link to the game: www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7R9DQG-gH0

Eurocup: Hamburg Towers – Türk Telekom Ankara 94:74 – Rödl criticizes his team, but praises Hamburg

First defeated the front runner Bonn in the BBL, now Henrik Rödl’s German premiere as coach of Türk Telekom Ankara has been spoiled. Caleb Homesley was strong with 29 points: “We brought a very good mentality into play, especially in defense.”About his personal litter: “That fits right now. But I don’t really care how many points I score. The important thing is that we win games like this together. I think that we can keep our shape for the Eurocup and in the BBL.”

Hamburg’s trainer Pedro Calles: “I liked our mental appearance a lot. We still have to play a little better defensively, so I wasn’t able to concentrate at times. But overall it was a good balance in offense and defense. “

Hamburg’s Ray Mcallum threw 21 points: “This is an important week with 3 strong games. First the big win in Bonn, today the success in the Eurocup, on Friday the game against Chemnitz – we want to take the good form with us.”

“I’m disappointed with our performance,” said Henrik Rödl, commenting on the Hamburg appearance: “Hamburg is a very well coached team. They always know what to do. They always had good actions and a lot of energy in the game. That was it a very impressive performance by Hamburg. “

The link to the game: www.youtube.com/watch?v=5prrx1SI8wY

Fruit in the “Basketball Department” podcast: “I paid the hardship!”

Andi Obst, a guest on the MagentaSport podcast “Basketball Department”, switched from Ulm to Bayern this season. Obst describes his role so far as follows: “I had to pay a bit of the hardship, especially at the EuroLeague level.” The 25-year-old would give the season so far a 5 on a scale from zero (very, very bad) to 10 (very, very strong), i.e. mediocre. It looked even better against Kaunas.

Andi Obst already knew his trainer Andrea Trinchieri as a young professional from Bamberg’s times. Trinchieri stand analyzes on the edge of the field with one of his protégés are, so Obst, sometimes factual, sometimes emotional, in any case remarkable – for the neutral viewer. At the age of 18 he “got a lot more”. Now Obst says about Trinchieri: “We know that Andrea is very demanding, demands a lot and is also very critical. That he wants to win every game – we know that!” After the defeat against Chemnitz, the FCB coach spoke of a bad day for Bayern. A bankruptcy, which is also due to the reliable discontinuity of the circumstances. “It’s just something new every week, you never know what’s going to happen, what’s coming.” A week of corona cases, the injuries, new players, no more spectators. “It’s a wild roller coaster ride.”

Andi Obst was also infected with Corona, although with a mild course. But after a check-up, the doctors found that “a little something had gone into my heart”. He was “paralyzed” for four weeks. “I am now back on a very, very good level,” said Obst in an interview with Michael Körner and Basti Ulrich. The entire current podcast “Department Basketball” is available here: https://soundcloud.com/abteilungbasketball

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