I spent in Girona three years of my life, three basketball seasons. I don't know whether to say that the experience caught me late in my career, I said that it happened in the last years and that it was when I came from a bad experience in Italy. Changing basketball did not come in handy and with my arrival at Casademont Girona I returned to the tranquility of a club that had been in the ACB for many years, and arrived in a basketball city, because I have always considered that Catalonia has something about basketball within it, that the makes it special. Specially because of the number of teams and boys and girls who practice it. Within these parameters, I had always seen Girona as a very basketball city, very similar to Vitoria, where I was born. A place where basketball is lived a lot, where people are interested and where the sport is always a source of pride for the city. Qualities that at the same time are combined with that demand and that quality that in my time were already noticeable in one thing that I did a lot when I was there, which was going to watch games of young adults, always a crowd of people.
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