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Comienza la temporada del baloncesto femenino en El Salvador

El Torneo Apertura 2024 de la Liga Mayor de Baloncesto Femenino (LMBF) está a punto de comenzar, y la emoción entre los aficionados al baloncesto femenino está en su punto más alto. Seis equipos de alto nivel competirán por el codiciado título, incluyendo a San Salvador BC, ITD Santa Tecla, Santa Ana BC, la Liga Municipal Monseñor Romero (LMMR), Salvadoreñas BC y Batanecas BC.

La importancia de la liga va más allá de la competencia en sí misma, ya que se ha convertido en un pilar fundamental para el desarrollo de las selecciones nacionales. Yamil Bukele, uno de los dirigentes del baloncesto femenino, destacó la importancia del trabajo conjunto entre la federación, el INDES y FIBA para impulsar el crecimiento de este deporte en El Salvador.

El torneo se llevará a cabo en dos vueltas, donde cada equipo se enfrentará a todos los demás para determinar los clasificados a los playoffs. Los equipos ubicados del tercero al sexto lugar jugarán series al mejor de tres juegos, con emocionantes enfrentamientos entre los equipos. Los dos mejores equipos clasificarán directamente a las semifinales, donde se definirá quién llegará a la gran final.

La competencia se extenderá a lo largo de varias semanas, con la primera vuelta programada para finalizar en marzo y la segunda vuelta en abril. Los playoffs se jugarán en abril, seguidos de las semifinales y la gran final en mayo. La intensidad y la emoción están garantizadas en cada etapa del torneo.

Con un historial de diez torneos realizados a lo largo de seis años, la LMBF ha sido testigo de la dominación de varios equipos, incluyendo a San Salvador, actual campeón del Torneo Clausura 2023. La competencia se ha vuelto cada vez más reñida, con equipos luchando por el título en cada temporada.

El inicio del torneo está programado para el próximo fin de semana, con partidos que prometen ser llenos de emoción y acción en la Ciudad Deportiva Inclusiva (CDI).

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