Jaime Jaquez Jr. and Juan Toscano called up to Mexico national basketball team

Mexican basketball team has revealed his challenge for FIBA ​​qualification for the 2024 Paris Olympics and the 2025 Copa America qualifiers. Two names stand out from the 34-man list presented by coach Omar Quintero: Jaime Jaquez Jr.. And Juan Toscano Anderson.

Mexican-American Jaquez Jr. had a great first season in the NBA for the Miami Heat and was even named rookie of the month. Eastern Conference.

For his part, Juan Toscano returned to the NBA a couple of weeks ago with the Sacramento Kings after starting the season with the Capitanes de la CDMX of the G League.

Toscano Anderson was an NBA champion with the Golden State Warriors in 2022 and competed in the All-Star Game dunk contest.

Juan stayed away from the Mexico team due to a personal decision; However, Omar Quintero never closed the door on him.

Juan Toscano Anderson.

The national team’s next appearance will be in the first qualifying window for the 2025 Copa America against the Dominican Republic.

The first match will take place on February 23 at the Palacio de los Deportes stadium in Santo Domingo, and the second will take place at the Mexico City Arena on February 26.

On February 18, the final list of twelve elements that will represent Mexico in the Dominican Republic could be presented.

Source: Aristegui Noticias