91:97 against Andorra: Third euro bankruptcy for the Hamburg Towers

In the basketball Bundesliga, the towers are behind four wins in a row, fifth. The baskets hang higher in the EuroCup …

Also on the third attempt there were visual lessons in matters of international class for the Hamburg team. They lost against MoraBanc Andorra in the Inselpark with 91:97 (47:54).

Coach Pedro Calles was pissed off for the first time: “We missed our defense for 30 minutes. And we didn’t play our basketball for 30 minutes. “

Surprisingly, Zac Brown (ankle) was also part of the Hamburg team. Thus, for the first time, coach Pedro Calles had everyone on board against the twelfth of the Spanish ACB international league.

But that had little effect. Against the minus backdrop of 838 fans (including football coach Patrick Esume and the ice hockey crocodiles), the towers lacked energy for half an hour. In addition, there were huge gaps on the defensive against the team from the dwarf state.

“I think that was a step back today,” admitted top scorer Caleb Homesley (22 points).

Because Jaylon Brown (2 points) had a bad evening, Calles used the bankruptcy as a training game for newcomer Ray McCallum. After only three units, the American got 28 minutes of playing time (17 points) in his second game. “It wasn’t planned that way,” Calles admitted.

McCallum wasn’t happy with himself but said: “The many minutes have been great for me. I needed that. ”Because Sunday (3pm, Magenta Sport) the league against Göttingen continues.


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