World Schröder does not have to run with the 96 - fans vote for 71
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The "false" back number was already close, but NBA-Profi Dennis Schröder had luck: The German basketball star will be the number after changing the Boston Celtics Exit 71 - and not with the 96th Schröder had his fans had to vote on the future flocking of his jersey, for the winner number, 48.84 percent of the participants agreed. The unloved 96 received 41.76 percent of the votes.
, the national player had quite significant evidence before the vote. "As you can imagine, the 96 is not necessarily my favorite because I come from Braunschweig," says Schröder. The reason for this is the football rivetism between Eintracht Braunschweig and Hannover 96.
Schröder had gone to the Celtics in the summer of the Los Angeles Lakers. At the record champion he could not select the usual 17 because they were drawn from traffic in honor of the clubidol John Havlicek. In the end he got the 1 and the 7 in reverse order. According to own data Schröder would also like to take the 38, but this is already carried in Boston Forward Sam Hauser.
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