Although they won’t play in Mexico for his or her inaugural season, the Mexican followers nonetheless needs to be excited in regards to the Capitanes CDMX becoming a member of the NBA G-League.
As it was beforehand introduced by VAVEL USA, Capitanes CDMX solely scheduled away video games for his or her first marketing campaign within the Development League.
The staff coached by Ramon Días, which is about to develop into the primary Mexican staff ever to be a part of a USA sports activities league, will play the Showcase Cup and compete in 14 video games towards NBA associates.
The Mexican facet will face the likes of Memphis Hustle, Lakeland Magic, Austin Spurs, Rio Grande Valley Vipers, Birmingham Squadron, Greensboro Swarm and G-League Ignite this season.
Due to COVID-19 rules, the staff can have its camp in Dallas, Texas in an effort to keep away from touring in and in a foreign country.
Les actualizamos las paradas que haremos en nuestra primera temporada en @nbagleague en la que jugaremos de visita en todos los partidos. pic.twitter.com/yHHXOAvaFQ
— CAPITANES (@CapitanesCDMX) October 4, 2021
Their 2021 marketing campaign is predicted to begin November fifth, as they will play two video games in three days towards Memphis on the FedEx Forum.
Their final sport of the season is scheduled to be performed January ninth, as they conclude their inaugural marketing campaign by going through the Ignite, a staff created as a one-year improvement program for elite NBA prospects.
Due to the wage cap will probably be onerous for Capitanes General Manager Nick Lagios to draw gamers to play for them. However, the chance to play in an NBA group itself needs to be a great incentive for these prime gamers.
Lagios, who was the Basketball Operations Assistant then the Video Coordinator for the South Bay Lakers, was not too long ago spoted in San Luis Potosi, Mexico, evaluating the youth expertise from the NBA Academy in Latin America.
The American spoke with NBA insider Alvaro Martin, as he talked about the powerful transition from the LNBP to the G-League, his short-term objectives, and extra.
”Its is a transition yr,” Lagios mentioned. ”There is lots of challenges with that however on the similar time we wish to be aggressive… We do not have two-way gamers in our staff however they wish to be aggressive. I’m excited to see what we will do.”
🎥 · Nuestro GM @Nick_Lagios platicó con @AlvaroNBAMartin de @NBAMEX durante la #NBAWeek sobre el futuro inmediato del equipo. pic.twitter.com/e633GKSGae
— CAPITANES (@CapitanesCDMX) September 29, 2021