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The Santa Fe youth, one of the 12 players who played against Canada on Thursday, spoke about the importance of being associated with the team. “They treat us like another,” he explained of joining the group.

With the Argentina national team already established in Canada, the countdown to the first match of the fourth window of FIBA ​​qualifying is slowly coming to an end. With only a few hours left for the match to be played this Thursday at the Victoria Memorial Arena at 11:40 p.m. in our country (Argentina time), Nestor García’s team defines the details ahead of an important game in their qualifying route. Is. Heading towards the 2023 World Cup.

Young Tomas Chaperoe is also among the 12 players to attend the said meeting on Canadian soil. The 21-year-old power forward is one of the interesting appearances in the national team in recent times, having also featured in previous windows that were played in Venezuela and Panama. With each appearance, he gradually adds more filming and more minutes, referring to how he goes through his adaptation process to the team.

“It is a matter of pride for me to train and share the team with players of the stature of Feku Campazzo, (Carlos) Delfino, who is part of a great generation, with Nestor García at the helm in addition to the coaching staff”Chaperoe began to explain. “The truth is that equating with them, training and letting them tell you life experiences, mentoring you to face everything that is to come, is a source of personal pride and I am very happy. I feel very welcome and relaxed. That Facu or Carlitos get you as another player, that they add you to the process, that’s a great thing. They treat us like another, they welcome us and It makes us feel comfortable. The connection is so much better and it adds to the chemistry.”He added.

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The 2.06-metre Santa Fe is one of the youths with the largest hurling in Argentine basketball. Last season he became a player for Orense in Spain, after filming in the National League with the Bahia Basket jersey. Regarding his entry into the list selected for the game against Canada, Chapero explained: “I fight to get the good stuff out of every moment in every training session. I wanted to be inside 12th, although I was calm and trying not to think too much about it but on the work I had to do. Was concentrating. I had focused on that from the beginning”,

On aspects of her personal development and continuing to work, the intern reflected on: “Personally I have to keep working on my physique so that I can get better at defense above all, without losing the agility that I think has brought me here today, tall and nimble enough. Let me at that, my physique. But keep working with more weight.”,

Meanwhile, about the work that the team usually has to do, Tomas talks about the keys to keep in mind for the game against Canada. “There is a lot of work being done on the team, on defending, on being consistent in assists and trying not to get them in the paint. And when there is an offense, do what represents us as Argentina: pass the ball, pass the extra, enjoy the game that makes us all feel so comfortable”Told.

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To conclude, and to ask what it meant for his young age to already be a part of the national team process, the Santa Fe man was prompted to recall the first time he played in Argentina. had dreamed of representing, a longing that today he is already fulfilling you is growing up “I remember that time my old man took me to a national team match and from the stands I looked at Campazzo and Scola warmly. I remember that moment I said to my dad ‘Can you imagine that one? The day I can get there?’…,

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