Grigonis: “It’s not the end of the world, we keep our heads up and move forward”

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Statements after Panathinaikos AKTOR’s home defeat by Maccabi Tel Aviv in Game 1 of the Euroleague playoffs was made by Marius Grigonisstressing that the “greens” must hold their heads high and learn from their mistakes, so that they can react.

In detail what he said:



“We missed some offensive rebounds, conceded points in transition. We were good offensively, but we need to do a better job defensively. It’s not the end of the world, we have to get three wins.

I don’t know exactly what team we are. Some games we won by running the field, others by holding the opponent to 70 points. We have a lot of potential but we have to keep our opponents under 80 points. Then we will win. We must continue and learn from our mistakes.

When you lose you have to show character. There was a problem with the fouls and with the pace. Nan couldn’t find a rhythm for it. It was a lot of factors, we have to do the little things well and have energy. Coach Ataman knows what to do. It won’t be easy. It would be foolish to expect that we will pass with the advantage. We keep our heads up and move forward”.

Source: Sport Fm

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