Aday Mara points to the NCAA with Madrid on the lookout

The future of Aday Mara (18 years and 2.20 meters) points to the United States. As reported by Relevo and AS was able to confirm, the Casademont Zaragoza center has several offers from some of the most prestigious universities in the North American country to continue a career that points directly to the NBA. UCLA (University of California at Los Angeles) is the one that would have the greatest advantage to take the Spanish unicorn, a unique player who already lived a little adventure on the other side of the Atlantic last February with his participation in the project Basketball Without Borders under the All Star Weekend of the NBA.

I think he has a great chance to make it to the NBA.. Many teams already follow him and have a good impression of him (…). He is on that path to be able to play in the United States and have a great impact with his future team, ”said Chris Ebersole campus coordinator during those days. “He is a player with very special characteristics. Regardless of the fact that he has a very exuberant physique and that is rarely seen, he would highlight his ability to pass and read basketball. Obviously also his coordination, his touch, that he can open the field… ”, Javier Zamora, his coach during the U-17 World Cup, told AS.

However, the options of the Aragonese giant do not end there, although his first intention is university basketball. Real Madrid has shown interest in him. The landing of Mara in the capital of Spain would depend to a large extent on the white club staying with the player, that is, that he will not carry out any type of transfer operation once his rights in the Endesa League have been acquired, as has already happened. to Carlos Alocen.

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The player born in 2005 has taken on more importance in the system of porfi fisac and a greater influence in the game of Casa Demont Zaragoza. The player born in the Aragonese city had a spectacular U17 World Cup with the Spanish National Teamgetting the silver after losing to the United States and being one of the best youngsters in the training tournament. His averages were 12.6 points, 5 rebounds and 1.9 blocks per match.

In the 20 games he has played this season with the Zaragoza shirt, his numbers have been 5.7 points, 3.4 rebounds, 1.0 block and 7.5 PIR in more than 11 minutes of play. Mara has captured international attention ahead of the Draft gala to be held in 2024. He will be one of the leading names in European basketball along with Zaccharie Risacher, who has just turned 18, and plays for Asvel Villeurbanne. The son of the former Unicaja player, Stéphane Risacher, is leaving sparkles in the Euroleague.

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