Sport Hamburg Towers suffer ninth defeat in Ulm
Hamburg's storks return from their winter quarters.
Hamburg's storks return from their winter quarters. "Four couples have already moved into their nest," said Hamburg's "stork father" Jürgen Pelch on Tuesday. The first stork in the Hanseatic city this season was the animal called Butsche. It landed on February 16 on the Altengammer main dike. "The early arrival time suggests that he wintered in Portugal or Spain," said the Nabu expert. "Now more of his kind are following." © Ursula Düren / dpa / archive image Two storks stand on a nest.
The Hamburg Towers have again left the field as a loser in the basketball league. At Ratiopharm Ulm, the team of coach Pedro Calles lost 76:89 (38:49) on Wednesday evening and thus suffered the ninth defeat in the 19th game. In the last six games, Hamburg have lost five times. In addition, the Hanseatic League failed to return the favor with the Ulm team for 69:73 in the first half of the season. Ulm had ended the series of the Towers of five victories in a row. The best thrower in the Calles team was Maik Kotsar (18).
The preliminary decision was made in the middle of the second quarter. Up until then, the Towers had largely balanced the game. After that, however, the hosts moved away to 42:30 within three minutes. Shortly after changing sides, the gap even increased to 18 points.
Although the Hamburgers had implemented their plan to allow the Ulm team as few free threes as possible until the final quarter, they themselves had a bad hit rate of 31 percent (8/26). Likewise, only a little more than half of all two-point throws found their way into the basket. So it was not possible for the Towers to shorten the gap significantly and to put the hosts in danger.
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Free Now is allied with Tier in Europe. Its e-scooters and e-mopeds will initially be available in eight German cities in the Free Now app from April. © Tier Mobility Tier E-Scooter soon available in the Free Now app. The Hamburg mobility service provider Free Now, formerly Mytaxi, is continuing its electromobility offensive. By 2030, Free Now wants to offer exclusively fully electric trips. For this, the company takes 100 million euros in hand .