Valencia Basket will fight for its first European title (68-80)


One more step. And so many have been taken in such a short time that it seems to be the norm. But the growth of Valencia Basket's female project hides behind hours of effort in a roadmap that is being fulfilled to perfection, and that is the clear reflection that hard work pays off. That's what Rubén Burgos' players put on the court. Work, effort, intensity, desire and illusion, from the beginning, taking away from their rival any option to reach what for the Taronja will be the second final of the season, the first in Europe, being only the third year in the elite, and the second in continental competition. The dream is more alive than ever.