When the freshly crowned cup winners, the OCS Swans Gmunden, welcome the reigning champions and table leaders Vienna tomorrow, Sunday (5.30 p.m.), then the term basketball top game is quite justified. “For me personally, it’s always something special to play in Gmunden, and I’m looking forward to it,” says Enis Murati, the long-time Swans captain, who is now throwing baskets in the ranks of Vienna.
The Gmundners also play for their coach Anton Mirolybov. He recently had to endure another serious operation because of his cancer. “He will certainly follow it from the hospital in Vöcklabruck on the live stream. We can certainly give him a little joy with a win,” says Swans CFO Harald Stelzer. The use of Dominic Green, who is having problems with the operated knee, is still open.
The Raiffeisen Flyers Wels near Oberwart are already in action today. The trade fair townspeople used the two-week break to recharge their batteries. “This is one of the most difficult away games. Our goal is to give the Gunners a tough fight,” says coach Sebastian Waser. (free)
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