Thompkins and Vorontsevich, during the match the Euroleague match between Real Madrid and CSKA

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Second game of the week for Real Madrid and again in front of a Russian set. The whites fell against him CSKA Moscow and now they want to take off the 'thorn' in front of the Khimki. A rival they consider “very dangerous” and with “a lot of offensive talent.”

In the previous meeting, Pablo Laso has appeared before the media. The Vitorian coach stressed the importance of recovering sensations after the defeat against CSKA in the Euroleague. The marathon of matches continues for Real Madrid and the white coach has indicated that due to the burden of so many duels it is inevitable that “defeats that hurt.”

Last month injured

“It is important that the team recover sensations after the defeat against CSKA. We have to turn the page because now we face Khimki, a very dangerous opponent. The last month has been very rugged because we have had many players stopped and that has made us lose rhythm. “

Thompkins and Vorontsevich, during the match the Euroleague match between Real Madrid and CSKA

Continuity to the game

“We have to overcome these situations and give continuity to our game. It is true that we have done tactical things well, but we will continue to work and improve so that we do not miss games like CSKA.”

Second match in Russia

“The Khimki is a team with a lot of offensive talent, they have very athletic players in the post and good shooters like Timma and Jerebko. Shved is a player that generates many points for him and his teammates. You have to be attentive to lower your offensive records because otherwise it becomes a very dangerous team. We have to stay solid during the game. “

Defeats that hurt

“When you play so many games you have important victories and defeats that hurt. It's a trajectory that starts to be long and I hope it lasts.”

(More information: Laso's curse continues and Real Madrid puts an end to his streak in the CSKA fief)



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