Zaragozan and former Casademont player Javi García signs for Melilla in the Second FEB

Zaragozan and former Casademont player Javi García signs for Melilla in the Second FEB
Zaragozan and former Casademont player Javi García signs for Melilla in the Second FEB

Zaragoza native Javi García signs for Melilla in the Second Division of FEBFEB

The Zaragoza point guard Javi Garcia will play next season in the Melilla Basketballfrom the Second FEB. The Melilla team was relegated last season after having played in the LEB Oro since 1996 and will now compete in the third category of Spanish basketball with García as playmaker. “A 23-year-old player who is 191 centimetres tall and, despite his youth, exudes talent and experience in EBA, LEB Plata, LEB Oro and ACB,” Melilla defines him in its official statement.

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Javi Garcia He was trained in the lower categories of Casademont Zaragozastanding out with the Spanish national team. In 2019 he led the Spanish international team that won the European Under-18 Championship alongside players who have now achieved Olympic qualification such as Usman Garuba and Santi Aldama.

Esa The 2018-19 season was his debut in the ACB with Casademont, alternating between the EBA and the first team. He was loaned to the Levitec Gold LEB Shellaveraging 9.4 points and 2.5 rebounds in the 21-22 season in his first campaign in the category, playing 23 minutes on average in 18 games.

The following signed by the LEB Oro Group Allega Cantabriahaving fewer minutes of play (16 for each of the 15 games he played), reaching 6 points and 1.6 assists. Last season he started in Zaragoza but he was not part of Porfirio Fisac’s plans and ended up rescinding his contract with Casademont. He signed for the Fibwi Palm, of LEB Plata, playing 23 games with 11.5 points, 3.7 assists and 10 rating credits. He finished the season reinforcing the City of Huelva for the playoffs, contributing 12.5 points, 3 assists and 12.3 PIR.

 
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