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This afternoon, Spain is looking for a pass to the Eurobasket semifinals in its quarterfinal match against Finland (17.15, by Four). With Lorenzo Brown in charge and Willy Hernangómez leading on both sides of the pitch, Spain wants to continue showing that they are a candidate to be taken into account, just as they did in the round of 16 match against Lithuania (102-94), with an exhibition of character and claw. Opposite will be the team that has brought the most headaches to Scariolo to prepare for the match, according to the coach himself. Led by Markkanen, the Finns are the team that shoots the most three-pointers in the Eurobasket (202) and in the words of Scariolo, “it is the most difficult team to defend because of the way they play”. But this Spain has grown throughout the tournament and is now on the verge of sneaking back into the top four in Europe, something it has been doing uninterruptedly in all the championships since 1999.


Good afternoon everyone. At 5:15 p.m. we have the national team back at the Eurobasket for the quarterfinal match against Finland. The team arrives with confidence after a great game against Lithuania and has its sights set on getting into the top four of the tournament. Opposite will be Finland, a team that has a world star like Markkanen and a fearsome outside game.

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