Rostock (dpa/mv) - After the international break in the basketball Bundesliga, the Rostock Seawolves see themselves well prepared for the game at Mitteldeutsche BC. Head coach Christian Held said about the preparation for the upcoming opponent: "We have worked well in the last few days. All players are currently fit and we are looking forward to the first game after two and a half weeks without competition."
The 34-year-old also hopes that his team can take the next development steps. Although the Seawolves are one place ahead of MBC in eleventh place and have two wins more, Held warned: "If you maybe disregard the Bonn game, they have recently delivered very good results and played very good basketball."
The Mecklenburgers have also been warned because Kris Clyburn (15.8 points per game) is back in action. The MBC's top scorer missed the 77:79 defeat in the first half of the game. But even so, the hosts have “an incredible individual quality with players like Clyburn, Mushidi, Bryant, Darden, Callison,” emphasized Held. "They are really well filled in every position with incredible experience. That's why it's a very difficult away game for us in Weißenfels."