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ARG - The Best of the National League are awarded
3/26/2013


The National Basketball League and the “Diario Olé” awarded the best players of the season, who were elected by the press as it happens every year. Paolo Quinteros was named the MVP as well as being the National Best and Best Escort in Ideal Team.

Another evening gala lived the National Basketball League in the Auditorium Clarín, as it rewarded the best of the season 2012/2013, elected in a poll, as it happens every year by journalists.

With the presence of the most important exponents of the sport and in the midst of the dispute Reclassification playoffs, Paolo Quinteros was the big winner of the event, taking the award for Best National Player , Best Escort of the Ideal Team and, of course, the Most Valuable Player (MVP).

But not everything went through the great figure of the Regatas Corrientes player, and also awarded the best of each category of competition.

Also was awarded, the dignified presence of the Coach of the Year, Adrian Capelli, who traveled from Junin to be in Buenos Aires at noon and return to his city immediately terminated the act, as his team faces tonight at Weber Bahía Estudiantes by the fifth game of the playoffs Reclassification.

The only absent was the player, Marcos Mata (voted Best Forward) because of an injury that affected him in recent days.

Then a complete list with those chosen by the press:

INDIVIDUAL ITEMS

Best Referee: Fernando Sampietro

BETTER LEADERSHIP: Weber Bahía Estudiantes

TNA MVP: James Gordon (San Martín de Corrientes)

DISCLOSURE / DEBUT: Federico Van Lacke (Boca Juniors)

Most Improved Player: Adrian Boccia (Lanús)

Sixth Man: Nicholas Romano (Regatas Corrientes)

Best Coach: Adrian Capelli (Argentino Junin)

BEST FOREIGN: Darren Phillip (Progressive Union)

BEST NATIONAL: Paolo Quinteros (Regatas Corrientes)

Five for

BASE: Facundo Campazzo (Peñarol)

ESCORT: Paolo Quinteros (Regatas Corrientes)

ALERO: Marcos Mata (Peañrol)

Power Forward: John De Groat (Boca Juniors)

PIVOT: Daniel Santiago (Boca Juniors)

National League MVP: Paolo Quinteros (Regatas Corrientes)

 

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