March madness in the United States: from the player who played in the National League, to the son who won the title.

Dion Watson He played 231 matches in National Basketball Association. The first two seasons in which he played for Pico FC, between 1995/1996 and 1996/1997, he played 101 matches. He also participated in two campaigns in Estudiantes de Bahia Blanca, in the 1998/1999 season and 2000/2001, with 103 matches. His last step in the league was at Jimnasia de la Plata, with 26 matches in 2001/02.

Watson was born on December 11, 1972, and his height is 2.03 meters. Play the axis. His son, Anton, is the same height, 2.03 meters, at the age of 20, he is a force forward.

Anton Watson He plays at one of the best universities in the United States, Gonzaga, which qualified for the final play NCAA College Championships, In which he will face Baylor, on Monday. Gonzaga was unbeaten in the traditional tournament, as he scored 32 wins.

Gonzaga, who is pursuing his first national title (like his rival), beat the NCAA winning UCLA by 93-90 on Saturday.

They call the crucial stage of college basketball in the United States the “March of Madness”, even though it ends in April. In 2020, there was no definition of a coronavirus epidemic, and In 2019 Virginia was crowned.

The venue for the NCAA Final Four is Colts of the NFL (American Football) and Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.

In the very final. Anton Watson will pursue an NCAA title with Gonzaga. (AP)

Anton, in his second season at Gonzaga, has 46 games (22 of them in the starting five), averaging 6.3 points, 3.3 rebounds and 1.3 assists.

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Deon Watson trained at Idaho University and excelled in his time in the national league first at Pico FC and then at Estudiantes.

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At Pampean, he had an average of 20 points and 10.5 rebounds in his first season, 1995/1996, playing 43.2 minutes. In the second, he did not waver: 19 points and recovered 9.9 in 44.5 minutes. Times were 48 minutes of matches in the National League.

For Bahia, he contributed 13.4 points and 6.8 rebounds in 31.3 minutes in the 1998/99 season.

He returned in 2000/2001, with 13.8 points and a recovery of 7.1. Shared with the court Gabriel Riofrio, who died at the Libertad de Sunchales stadium on April 7, 2001. Watson prayed while the doctors leaned over Cordovan, lying on the floor.

His last season in the National League was in 2001/02 at Gymnasia La Plata with 17.3 points and 6.6 rebounds in 32.6 minutes.

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