SIENA David Moss experienced highs and lows during the first round of the playoffs and can’t wait to jump back into the mix to show what he’s got along with the rest of Mens Sana. The player comments, “Another battle begins and I’m sure we’ll be able to express ourselves better. We know what awaits us. We’ve gotten into the mindset that’s needed at this level and we’ll be able to player harder and more efficiently than two days ago. It’s a shame we lost at home, but each game is a fight no matter where it is. We know we have to win 3 to see this thing through and I’m confident about our chances. I still believe in Final 4 qualification, and I know I share that dream with my teammates, the coach and fans. We started off poorly but now we can win game 2 and start thinking about the next steps we need to take once we’re in Greece.” There are a lot of men to stop on Olympiacos, but obviously the first name that comes to mind is Spanoulis: “To limit him and the others, we’ll need to do a better job as a team. If we’re able to defend all together, holding up against opponents, stealing balls, not giving space in one on one, we’ll be able to increase our self-confidence and do the right thing in every zone of the court.” A.F.