The curtain opens on the Mexican league with an Argentine presence

Tonight will kick off the 22nd edition of the Mexican Basketball League, better known as the Liga Sisnova LNBP, a tournament that was created in the year 2000 and has been played continuously until now. For a couple of seasons, the presence of Argentine players and coaches has been increasing and the successes achieved ensure that continuity, beyond the economic contribution that is a lot for the protagonists in relation to what they receive for playing in the Argentine league.

Fuerza Regia is the two-time reigning champion of the competition, in the last edition with Nicolás Casalánguida as coach and Faca Piñero and Cristian Cortés as players. The cast of Monterrey won four leagues and shares that first place with Soles de Mexicali and Halcones de Xalapa also with four coronations.

Among the Argentine players who will compete in the Mexican competition, the presence of Kevin Hernández stands out playing for Abejas, while Juan Brussino and Franco Giorgetti will do the same for Dorados, a team led by Sebastián González and supported by his compatriots Santiago Belza and Sebastián Sucurrat. Fuerza Regia will once again have the national trio made up of Casalánguida on the bench and Piñero together with Cortés on the pitch, and Juan José Pidal as head coach of Plateros closes as Argentine presence.

The league will have 10 teams, divided five in the East Zone and five in the West Zone, all against all, and then finish with the postseason.

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