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NBA rookie yearns to win at 2019 FIBA ​​World Cup with Brazil

NBA rookie yearns to win at 2019 FIBA ​​World Cup with Brazil

New Orleans Pelicans rookie shows their ultimate desire to play for Brazil at the FIBA ​​World Cup.

Didi Louzada is currently hoping to play in the brainstorming matches for Brazil at FIBA ​​World Cup this summer. Didi Louzada (real name Marcos Louzada Silva) is a young Brazilian born 1999 player, who was recently picked up in NBA draft by the Atlanta Hawks before being traded to the New Orleans Pelicans. Pelicans believes that they own a player who has enough quality to develop into a superstar in the NBA.

Brazil has a lot of talented and experienced players who will vie to have an export in the World Cup squad. "I really want to play for the national team this summer. I want to work with my teammates to help Brazil do well in China. I know the number of competitors is huge, not easy for coaches to choose. 12 people and being able to appear on that list is even more difficult, but if there is a chance to be on the expanded list, I will bring it to the stadium more than 100% spiritually and technically. choosing me and having the opportunity to win the national team, playing at the FIBA ​​World Cup for the country is one of my big goals, and it's great if I can do it for the first time this year".

Didi played for Brazil at the FIBA ​​World Cup qualifiers in the Americas. This guy has shown quite a lot and won the position in the starting lineup. Didi is always passionate about playing football and is a solid leg of defense. All this guy has done will definitely help him keep more eyes on the player selection for FIBA ​​World Cup.

"I have learned a lot, a lot, only in a few matches against the national team in qualifying. It is the fastest way to accumulate experience and when I play on the field and the players. The former, I found myself getting better every day, I received advice from the most experienced people and I really wanted to be in the national team.

The experienced players Louzada learned in Brazil such as Anderson Varejao and Leandro Barbosa. The two players played extremely well in the colors of the team as well as in the NBA. "Their impact on the national team is huge. They are the soul of the national team."

The experienced players Louzada learned in Brazil such as Anderson Varejao and Leandro Barbosa. The two players played extremely well in the colors of the team as well as in the NBA. "Their impact on the national team is huge. They are the soul of the national team".

If he reached the final 12 players, Louzada was fully aware of what he was going to face in Group F: "It was a very tough competition and all four teams had a chance to make it to the round. Greece has a lot of experience and many great players in the squad, Montenegro and New Zealand are not the ones that Brazil basketball can easily win".

Didi shared: "I think Brazil will have a great tournament and surprise many people. We have a lot of talent and a great combination of veterans and young talents that will help us do it. "The team will not come to China just to play the group stage and leave early. We want to go far and try to win many matches".

If Brazil can reach the top 2 after the group stage, they will enter the knockout round to meet one of the four names of Group K, namely the United States, Turkey, Japan and the Czech Republic.