Carlos Delfino returns to the Argentine basketball team at the beginning of the road to the World Cup

Néstor García begins his era at the head of the Argentine basketball team with the aim of achieving the qualification to the 2023 World Cup that will be played in the Philippines, Japan and Indonesia, and in his first payroll he surprised by summoning a historic, who will wear the national shirt again: Carlos Delfino.At 39 years old, the Olympic champion in Athens 2004 and last reference of the Golden Generation, Cabeza will lead a call with a majority of Players from the National League, as the NBA and Euroleague refused to give in to their figures.

Che has his soldiers for the first World Cup battles. Garcia cited 17 players, who on Monday will begin work for FIBA’s first window. The DT explained why this big pre-selection that includes the return of Delfino. — CAB (@cabboficial)
November 18, 2021

“We decided to put together a large pre-selection to have answers to different scenarios. Not only because of Covid but also because of the few trainings we will be able to do. We want to evaluate several to see which ones fit the idea faster and better. We also have the opportunity to present different 12 players in each game and we want to take advantage of that option, “explained the coach, who in his coaching staff included Leonardo Gutiérrez, Gonzalo García and Herman MÁndole.The squad will begin training next Monday for the matches against Paraguay that will be played on Friday 26 (21.10) and Saturday 27 (22.10) november, in Sanitary Works, as part of the first of the six FIBA windows. All those summoned
Bases: Leandro Vildoza (Boca Juniors), Franco Baralle (Quimsa de Santiago del Estero), Juan Ignacio Brussino (Quimsa de Santiago del Estero) and Sebastián Orresta (Gimnasia de Comodoro). Bodyguards: Matías Solanas (San Martín de Corrientes), Luciano González (Instituto de Córdoba), Carlos Delfino (Pesaro, Italy) and Martín Cuello (Instituto de Córdoba). Forwards: Marcos Mata (Aguada, Uruguay), Agustín Barreiro (Gimnasia y Esgrima de Comodoro Rivadavia) and Martín Fernández (Regatas Corrientes). Wing Pivots: Juan Francisco Fernández (Fuenlabrada, Spain), Nicolás Romano (Instituto de Córdoba) and Federico Aguerre (Boca Juniors). Pivots: Tayavek Gallizzi (Instituto de Córdoba), Lautaro Berra (Obras Basket) and Kevin Hernández (Boca Juniors).

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