NACHO ARROYO SIGNING OBRADOIRO | Obradoiro officially announces its fourth signing for the next season: the Chilean point guard Nacho Arroyo

NACHO ARROYO SIGNING OBRADOIRO | Obradoiro officially announces its fourth signing for the next season: the Chilean point guard Nacho Arroyo
NACHO ARROYO SIGNING OBRADOIRO | Obradoiro officially announces its fourth signing for the next season: the Chilean point guard Nacho Arroyo

This is how Nacho Arroyo plays, Obradoiro’s fourth signing for next seasonFL

The staff of the Monbus Workshop is slowly taking shape, after the club announced this Saturday the incorporation of Chilean international base Nacho Arroyowhich becomes the Fourth signing for next season. The new Obradoirista player, 24 years old, arrives in Santiago after achieving the promotion to the ACB League with Força Lleida. “He is a point guard, but he can play as a shooting guard and he comes to complete and close the 1 position together with Leimanis. He is still a young player but he already has a lot of experience in the First FEB,” said yesterday the general director of Obradoiro, Héctor Galán, who defined Arroyo as “a very complete playerwith a good reading, threat of outside shooting, and who plays very well pick and roll”. Furthermore, Sar’s offices insist that he is a point guard “capable of generating a lot for the rest of the team, with great vision of the game and very fast hands in defense”. “It will be a great year for Nacho and he will help us make the team as competitive as possible”, says the general manager of Obra.

Nacho Arroyo Varela was born in Osorno (Chile), and at 24 years old he already has experience in Primera FEB. He arrives in the Galician capital from ICG Força Lleida, with whom he achieved promotion last season. In addition, he has also played in Hestia Menorca and for a season and in Movistar Students over four campaigns. It measures 1.87 metres in height, His versatility allows him to play both as a point guard and as a shooting guard. and in Lleida he posted very good numbers. In two-point shots, he had a 45% success rate, in three-point shots, 35.8%, and in free throws he had an 82.3% success rate.

After announcing Arroyo’s arrival, the general manager of Monbus Obradoiro said that the club is still working to complete the squad. So far, it has announced four signings – the Latvian point guard Tom Leimanis (Students), the Serbian pivot Oliver Stevic (Lenovo Tenerife), the power forward Alejandro Galan (Leyma Coruña) and Nacho Arrroyo-.

Regarding the chapter of losses compared to last year’s squad, Thomas Scrubb signed this week for Lenovo Tenerife. The Canadian player played the last three seasons at Obradoiro and has played 101 games in the Endesa League. He trained at Carleton University in Canada and in the 2015/2016 season he made the leap to Europe, where he has accumulated a variety of experience after his time in Finland, Germany, Italy and France. In the summer of 2021 he arrived in Santiago and in three seasons he became the second player with the highest rating per game in the history of the Santiago club.

Scrubb, who has 31 caps for Canada, played in the 2019 World Cup and is on the roster for preparation for the 2019 World Cup. Paris 2024 Olympic GamesLast season, when Obra was relegated to Primera FEB, he played 34 games, averaging 31 minutes on the court, 11.9 points, 6 rebounds and 15 PIR credits per game.

 
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