After a good start where he got the Dénia Básquet the first advantages, the home team reacted by taking the game at the pace that suited them best.
Some bad decisions did not allow showing the true potential of the Dianense team in practically no time, causing the locals to grow and gradually earn comfortable rents on the scoreboard.
Far from working as a team, they fell into the error of wanting to find solutions individually, which in the long run made them lose any option to come back.
La Vila showed how demanding the season is going to be. The team must learn quickly to adapt to this disputed category in which, after just two rounds, only three undefeated teams remain in the group. The next day Dénia Básque will face at home precisely one of them, CB Sueca, which is one of the most solid and consolidated teams in this division.