In the pazo two sports they vibrate again with the ACB, that sky that grab and escapes over and over again. They dream of past times, with distant idols, as when Claude Riley did kill her back on the 80s and then walked with Cowboy's hat through the center of Lugo. And open his eyes, again at the top of the national basketball, and meet a pearl that puts them up, as he did Velimir Perasovic, and then Charlie Bell. A atyarded alero Bosnian, eared like a junk, with 22 years and and a full legend behind.
Because Dzanan Musa (Bihac, Bosnia, 1999) has a thousand lived battles. The child prodigy that matched his name without blush to Luka Doncic, who debuted in the Euroleague at age 16, who was 18 left to the NBA. He also failed pearl, another more broken toy, back to Europe, where last season could not meet at the Anadolu Efes. And now in a small Galician city from which he surely had never heard and from which he already likes to the octopus. Of Brooklyn to Istanbul, Final Lugo destination.
Because it was presented in the ACB with a party to mark territory, 25 points (35 of valuation) with four triples without failure before the Tenerife. After five days, he is the eighth to annotation of the league (16.2 points) and the 13th in assessment, reaching more than half of the triples attented (9 of 17). This Sunday threatens Real Madrid, who visits the Breogan River (5:00 pm), the Revelation team, that of Paco Olmos, three victories in five days as a cover letter.
Musa is a premature genius that with 11 years left his house and went to Sarajevo in search of a life in basketball. He debuted with 15 in Zagreb's Cedevita and with 16, the first day at Euroleague, put him to defend Spanoulis. His fame was comparable to that of Luka Doncic, who is now the great friend of him, the confidant of him. In the Eurobasket Sub 17 in Zaragoza he confirmed the rumors, with 50 points against Taipei, but even more with the historic Gold of Bosnia.
Although he was born a lot after the war (1999), Dzanan considers that the conflict of the Balkans scored him. Perhaps there is rebellious fame of him: in a game with Bosnia he was about to reach his hands with Captain, Teletovic. His father, Raomir, was soldier. "That horrible conflict printed us character, it made us stronger," he says, about all the Yugoslav. It was in a documentary next to Doncic -'Something in The Water-, the same in which he confesses that being young man insulted him for being a Muslim. Both early in the NBA, while Luka triumphed, Dzanan sank at the bottom of the bench, nine matches with the Nets (he drafted 29 of 2018) the first course, 40 the second. "It's possible that I was a mistake to go so young," he admits now, when the triples re-enter, when he goes back to the stand again, when he becomes a basketball player again.Updated Date: 16 October 2021, 14:07