A week before the start of the preseason, the Red Hawks already have the team defined to face the Argentine League. Major renovations, comebacks, and some new faces.
Hardened, of average young age and with the firm idea of giving important minutes to boys from the institution. This is how the San Isidro team could be presented, which will be part of a new edition of the Argentine Basketball League from mid-October.
With five of the six largest chips available, a pair of U23s and a focus on developing “kids” who have been asking for a clue. From next Monday, the preseason will get underway with Daniel “Pirincho” Beltramo at the helm.
The coach, who returned to the Corrientes street club after 5 years, has already been working since the beginning of this month, but officially he will be able to have the entire squad in one more week. Beltramo, together with the directors, formed the squad that has some new faces, but that managed to maintain a base from the last edition.
The base is Milton Vittar (30 years old), another of the surnames that returns to the red. The Santiago native will have a kind of “revenge” after his brief stint in 2019/2020 in which he had to deal with a serious injury that only allowed him to play 8 games before being suspended due to the pandemic.
The guard José Montero (26), of two consecutive years in the National League. At the post under two new faces, one is that of Emilio Stucky (27), from Salta with a marked sacrifice and roll game; from Rosario Basket and the other from Gonzalo Romero (24) who arrives from Villa San Martín. On the 5th, Juan Cruz Oberto (24). San Isidro made an effort to renew the contract, betting on its sustained growth.
Like U23, Federico Zezular (19), Santiago Assum (22), more youthful of the stature of Ignacio Cuesta, Jeremías Diotto, Jerónimo Suñé, among others.