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Basketball, Braun in Pesaro for salvation: “Playing with me is very easy”

The American in the debut race was the protagonist with 21 points. The sports director Cioppi: “I had seen several of his matches and he had impressed me by application and desire. He is a great worker and a quiet person. When he finished the season in GLeague with Salt Lake City Stars, we asked him for availability and we found the agreement “

A life jacket thrown from destiny. The bad accident of the play of the Vuelle Dallas Moore, the best scorer of the team stopped twenty days ago for a shoulder trouble, has opened the doors to the arrival of Taylor Braun. Wing of ’91, he enchanted his debut with 21 points with 32 ratings in 40 ‘and was the best in success at the extra on Pistoia. «I’m happy for the victory, the defense has kept us in the game – said the American -. I like living in Pesaro, the weather is nice and the food is great “. Go crazy for pasta and meat, adore the caprese and do not eat fish. It is predominantly a small wing, but coach Galli is ready to deploy him in all the roles that go from one to four. Born in Newberg, near Minneapolis, in the past he has explored Belgium and Germany. At the Okapi Allastar, in 2014-2015, he was a companion of Rotnei Clarke. “We’ve been friends for a long time and I feel comfortable with him. Italy interested me a lot as an experience, I want to help the Vuelle to save and show my characteristics, “said Braun, a name that d.s. Stefano Cioppi had long been pinned. “I had seen several of his matches and he had impressed me by application and desire. He is a great worker and a quiet person. When he finished the season in GLeague with Salt Lake City Stars, we asked him for availability and we found the agreement, “says the Vuelle executive.

He is a team man, above all. «I think it’s easy to play with me, I can score but I like to help others in a more global way. Compared to other leagues, I noticed that in Italy you play more team, moving the ball, there is a construction and destruction of the opponent’s game ». His father started his career. “He’s always been passionate about basketball, but he never had the qualities to become a professional. He pushed me to play ».

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