Alberto González, point guard born in 1990 and one of the CB Caceres stars in the U20 Tournament, and Chema Albaladejo, point guard born in 1990 too and this year in junior and 1st National Division team of Real Madrid, have become in new Regeneracom Sports players.
Alberto González is 1'81 point guard born in 1990 and trained in the quarry of CB Caceres, with a great offensive capabilities and speed, both in his actions as a shot in the suspension of two or three points, which led him to be one of the most influential players of the team Extremadura Caceres 2016 in the final stretch U20 Tournament 2007-2008, while still junior.
Thus, Alberto González, who debuted in U20 Tournament when he was U16, has emerged forcefully in the last U20 Tournament Series "B", scored 15 points, 4 rebounds and 6 faults received against Arona; 13 points, 5 assists and 4 steals against Ciudad de Telde (in the tournament postponed and played in April); 21 points, 3 rebounds and 5 assists for 24 valoration against Telde in the same tournament played in February and 21 points, 6 assists and 4 faults received for 29 valoration against Pamesa Valencia in March, being one of the keys of six consecutive victories that got Extremadura Caceres 2006 in the U20 Tournament and that earned them the victory in the last two tournaments.
Alberto González will move to Madrid city in the season 2008-2009 for studies and he will must continue his development there. Chema Albaladejo, from Cartagena to Madrid
Chema is a 1'91 point guard born in 1990 who can also act as shooting guard, and that in the 07-08 season has played in Real Madrid junior and 1st National Division, in addition to debut at the U20 Tournament.
Albaladejo was formed in the CAB Cartagena, which was being EBA League debut at first-year junior season at 06-07.See players profiles