Christian Diaz was known in Granada as the 'little girl' on the Spanish basketball courts when he arrived. He is a skilled man and has a tremendous physique. He is a true electric player who can change the game's dynamics with incredible ease. His coach, Pablo Pin, says that he acts like a limpet in his backcourt. He is also a man of high self-confidence who can take risks and be courageous. He can attack with ease, finding the perfect pass, making quick decisions and allowing him to penetrate. Because of his athletic ability, it is clear that he finishes offensive actions with layups. He is always cheeky and is capable of making the important shots. He can shoot both from medium distance and outside with high percentages. This joins the free throw where his average is higher than usual.
The Canarian 'combo was brought in 2020 to allow Coviran to make a significant leap in track quality. It is clear that both the potential and the aspirations of the Nasrid increased with him. Christian knew what it meant for him to be promoted to Endesa League. He also made forays into ACB as a friend to Alvarado and soon became familiar with the family philosophy at the CB Granada Foundation. Lluis Costa was his ideal companion, he was more grounded, technical, but less experienced, and he was more in control and 'tempo.' Instead, the 'chick’ destroys defenses and systems.
He suffered an injury and even passed the covid. But he quickly recovered and flew high. He became a'super chick' in Granada. After another fall injury (fracture in fifth metatarsal left foot), he flew for the second season. He had to miss the first two-and-a-half months of competition and even required surgery. However, his return was flawless.
The key moment came... the trips to Fontajau, the Wizink Center. Christian was crucial as a point or shooting guard. Costa is now at 'two'. The'super chicken' assumed the leadership role and acted as such when the Barcelonan charged him with fatigue. He likes challenges.