The Roberto Clemente Coliseum will be the home of the Cangregyros team in the Champions League | Sports

Santurce Cangrejeros will play the second window of the FIBA ​​Basketball Champions League (BCL) at Roberto Clemente Coliseum in San Juan.

The station will be from January 31 to February 2 with the participation of two other teams from Nicaragua and Canada as part of the work of Group A.

Santurce will meet Real Esteli (Nicaragua) on January 31. Meanwhile, on February 2, they will hit the Stingers (Canada).

The information was released Thursday by the International Basketball Federation.

However, Cangreiro will open its participation in the continental league before the end of this year.

Santorcino – which returned this year to the National Basketball Association (PSN) – will play the first window at the Alexis Argüello Sports Center, in Managua, Nicaragua.

His first match will be against the Stingers, on December 14th, followed by the other day of the match against the locals, Real Estelí.

Real Estelí is a successful Nicaraguan club led by Puerto Rican David Rosario and has the baskets of Puerto Rican Julián Torres, Christian Pizarro and Melsahn Basabe.

The teams participating in this edition of BCL were chosen by the invitation of FIBA, because there were no champion teams in all countries of America due to the cancellation of many tournaments due to the covid-19 epidemic.

The third window will run at a yet-to-be-determined location in Canada, March 14-16.

The quarter-final stage will be held on April 6, followed the other day by the semi-finals.

The final will take place a few days later, on April 9.

The champion of the last edition of the BCL is CR Flamengo from Brazil.

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