By Eurohoops Team/ firstname.lastname@example.org
UCAM Murcia’s Dylan Ennis is the guest on the latest episode of EurohooPOD.
The former All-EuroCup and All-Basketball Champions League guard joined Antonis Stroggylakis and Cesare Milanti in the aftermath of the big domestic win against FC Barcelona with the discussion stretching from Spain’s Liga Endesa andabout the Basketball Champions League to the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague.
The Murcia guard opened up about his career and explained why he finds it a blessing to play in different countries. He also discusses how the Champions League has evolved over the years, the stars he enjoys watching (and getting some inspiration from) in the EuroLeague, the BCL players who belong at a higher level, and gives his opinion on coaches publicly criticizing their guys.
“The competition has risen. I think the winner getting the prize money helped it a lot. When you have these bigger teams joining the Champions League, it is definitely more difficult,” he described the Champions League, “Now you have the bigger teams where you have to compete really hard. But you still have those midlevel teams that really can beat you, especially at their house when you get on the road.”
Ennis, 31, also touched on the statement performances his team is putting on in the ACB, the goals of the Universitarios, and the Copa Del Rey ambition.
He also gives some love to fellow Canadian ballers Naz Mitrou-Long and Kevin Pangos and mentions why he expects bigger things from them in the near future.