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The Austrian Martin Schiller, new coach of Casademont Zaragoza

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EThe Austrian Martin Schiller (1982, Vienna) will lead the Casademont Zaragoza squad throughout the next season of the ACB League, following the agreement reached between the club and the coach.

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According to the Zaragoza club, Schiller was an assistant coach of the German national team since 2015, and in 2017 he directed the Salt Lake City Stars of the G-League, the NBA development league, a team he directed for three seasons, the last of which was designated as the best coach of the competition.

Martin Schiller is a still young coach who is starting to gain some international experience.

Toni Muedras (Sports Director of Casademont Zaragoza)

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His North American career prompted his return to Europe, to one of the most important benches in European basketball, Zalgiris Kaunas.

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In his first season in charge of Zalgiris, the team finished first in the regular phase of the Lithuanian league with 33 wins from 36 matches, and won the Lithuanian King Mindaugas Cup after beating Lietuvos Rytas in the final.

In the opinion of Casademont’s sports director, Toni Muedras, “Martin Schiller is still a young coach who is beginning to accumulate some experience at an international level after passing through two competitions as different as the G-League and more recently the Euroleague and the Lithuanian league with Zalgiris.

We bet on a coach with room to grow, who comes with great enthusiasm to work within the idea of ​​​​the club, to improve the players

After highlighting that Schiller has been trained “alongside good coaches both in Germany and abroad”, Muedras stressed that during his time in the Euroleague at the helm of Zalgiris, “he did a good job, with a team that played offensive basketball showy, very interesting, with the influence of North American basketball”.

“We are betting on a coach with room to grow, who comes with great enthusiasm to work within the club’s idea of ​​improving the players”, highlighted the Casademont sports director, who added that the board’s intention is to help her to integrate quickly in order to “make a good team and be competitive”.



Source: www.marca.com

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