Espoirs Elite: Paris in boss mode
Find all results of day 19.
Metropolitans 92 VS Roanne: 68 – 82
They lack executive leaders Bilal Coulibaly and Eric Coomba, the Mets were not eligible for the 92 Chorale. In the 4th quarter, the two teams held their own (23-23 in favor of Roanne), but residents of Ile-de-France could not cross the 20-point mark in the first three quarters. In attack and defense, Roanne dominated without difficulty. On 3-pointers, the Mets made just one of 12 field goal attempts, or 8.3%. Marc Berjoan’s men made 10 of 27 shots, or 37%.
MVP: William Beugre Cassie (20 points, 3 rebounds for 20 rating)
Fos-sur-Mer VS ADA Blois: 80 – 82
An impossible scenario happened. After two overtimes, the two teams still couldn’t decide (73 – 73). The meeting did not last long, and the club announced the match A. on its Facebook page.
The match continued and finally it was ADA Blois who emerged victorious after a tense affair.
MVP: Halvine Dzellat-Diakeno (19 points, 14 rebounds for 19 ratings)
SLUC Nancy VS Cholet: 77 – 88
A somewhat harsh score in terms of the physiognomy of the match shows that the two teams are not too far apart. Two very homogeneous teams, but above all it should be noted that the Choletais leaders individually all played at a very high level.
we can think Matheo Leray 7 rebounds, 14 assists and 3 steals. Amael L’Etang He participated with 16 points, 6 rebounds and 2 blocks.
MVP: Lucas Dufeal (27 points, 12 rebounds, 3 steals for 35 rating)
JDA Dijon VS Paris: 64 – 70
Paris finally made it! After 18 games, the Parisians won for the first time this season thanks to the action of the shock duo: Mohamed Diawara for whom it passes To Killian Malwa in the dunk. In the last two quarters, Dijon scored only 12 and 11 points.
MVP: Mohamed Diawara (6 points, 13 rebounds, 7 assists, 2 blocks, 3 steals, 19 points)
ASVEL VS Monaco: 84-80
The score shows that the meeting was very intense. However, the difference between team unity and strong individuals is sometimes very great. we can think Mohammad Amini, Ambrose Sewing, Nicolas Vanel or Mathis Pommier Among the Monegasques. Apart from the first city, the others were not brilliant.
Villeurbannais played together, which was reflected in the number of assists distributed during the match, with 19 points against 7 for Team Roca.
MVP: Kylian Toure (12 points, 3 rebounds, 4 assists for 21 ratings)
Limoges VS Gravelines-Dunkirk: 99 – 66
Despite BCM’s modest 3-point lead (50% success), Limougeauds was also collective in dishing out 28 assists.
The speech of the CSP shock trio was particularly noteworthy at the meeting. Hugo Desseignet with 19 points, 5 rebounds and 8 assists, Muhammad Sidibe Stats show 23 points and 10 rebounds and finally Cedric Sam Mbacka (19 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists). The latter is the MVP of the meeting.
Nanterre 92 VS Le Portel: 97 – 63
Impressive game from JSF. With 60 rebounds, Nanterriens dictated the game and dominated the racket. They were regular in scoring, even limiting ESSM to 6 points in the final quarter.
Exception Antoine Sobchak The other Portelois who had a good match with 5 assists and 5 interceptions received 20 points, this evening was difficult. For all the Ile-de-France players, this is a great performance achieved.
MVP: Noah Calabria (20 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists, 4 steals for 26 ratings)
SIG Strasbourg VS JL Bourg-en-Bresse: 81 – 84
The match ended after a tense affair with JL Bourg winning. Basketball is under the control of both teams, at a good level.
Unfortunately, SIG let up a bit too brutal a waste (24 lost balls) when the offensive transitions mattered most.
MVP: Elian Benitez (22 points, 8 rebounds, 3 steals for 20 rating)
MSB Le Mans VS Pau-Lacq-Orthez: 52 – 70
Weak attack intensity was felt in this match. MSB scored only 14 points in the first quarter, and 11 points in the next two. Palois, they were more regular but scored only 6 points in the last quarter. The slowdown, however, will not bother them in terms of the bottom line.
Clumsy MSB at 3 points (10.5%) exposed to enemy bombs (39.6% at two points and 36.8% at 3 points).
MVP: Nicolas Vigneron (13 points for 16 ratings, 5 rebounds)
Photo credit: F. Blaise