Blois offered ASVEL, slapped Gravelines while Nanterre and Monaco did not press

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Blois, Monaco, Roanne, Nanterre, Le Mans, Dijon, Boulogne-Levallois and Bourg won on Tuesday, September 27 in Betclic ÉLITE.

Monaco, Blois, Bourg-en-Bresse, Dijon and Le Mans are now two wins in as many days from Betclic ÉLITE and are unbeaten. Nanterre, Roanne, Boulogne-Levallois opened their counters.

Roanne taught BCM Gravelines Dunkerque a lesson, a great achievement for Blois

Coach Choulet warned… La Chorale did not make the same mistakes against Blois. Facing the Maritimes, the Loire club gave no quarter and outscored their night opponent in the first quarter (32-12) and tried to finish the job in the third round with a new steamroller (28-11 in the quarter and 82- 45, 30 ‘). A heavy increase in the end (111-70) for JD Jackson’s men who found themselves without a solution against a fusion duo consisting of Kyle Foster (18 points) and Ronald March (21 marks). A usual slap in the face of the northern club – at least one per season (48-100 in Limoges in 2021-2022 and 69-122 in Monaco in 2020-2021).

ASVEL still can’t do it… After their inaugural loss against Cholet on Sunday, TJ Parker’s men lost again on Tuesday against promoted ADA Blois (86-82). Taken by the throat of a released promoted, ASVEL almost ran after the score throughout the meeting and found themselves relegated to 12 lengths from Blois at the start of the last quarter. Despite everything, ASVEL recovered its delay but in vain. “We train every day for this type of game. On paper, ASVEL has an amazing team but from the beginning we knew we could play them eye to eye. It gave us confidence. » said Thomas Cornely, on the club’s social networks.

Quiet night for Monaco and Nanterre

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Donta Hall and Monaco went up a notch in the third quarter. (Photo: Lilian Bordon)

Facing SLUC Nancy, AS Monaco took half an hour before getting the measure of the Pro B champion who stood up to them (42-43, 20′). In the end, Sasa Obradovic’s men raised their level of play and avoided the trap set by Lorraine thanks to the good performances of Jaron Blossomgame (20 points), Alpha Diallo (15 marks) and Jordan Lloyd (13 dots). On Nancy’s side, Roberto Gallinat (25 points) saved. At the Palais des Sports Maurice Thorez, Nanterre received Paris for a fiery derby. If Nanterre and Paris put up a good fight in the first half, Pascal Donnadieu’s men took the lead in the third quarter (74-53) before giving themselves a quiet finish to the game (97-83). With this result, Paris recorded its second consecutive defeat in Betclic Elite. Axel Toupane is not afraid. “We don’t start to worry after two days. There is time, it’s a long time, you have to stay motivated and keep working. It will turn around. » he said on the microphone of BeIN Sports.

Dijon, Bourg-en-Bresse and Le Mans continue

Dijon continues this Tuesday night against Strasbourg (100-92) after their victory against ESSM Le Portel at the beginning of the championship (87-76). Nenad Markovic’s men trembled until the last moments but his faithful leprechaun David Holston (19 points, 5 rebounds and 8 assists) he still did great service while in the Strasbourg side. Marcus Keene unsustainable (21 points) but did not avoid the victory of his team.

After two first knife games, Bourg finally won twice. Faced with ESSM Le Portel, the Secular Youth took time to eliminate the Northerners and could not count on a card of Jordan Floyd to get away but dependent Peter Pelos (14 points) to win in the finish (71-73).

Le Mans is also chained and can boast of being part of the club of five with this new success against Limoges (62-69). Elric Delord’s men were convincing and completely foiled the CSP. A victory made possible by the good performance of Williams Narace (16 points on 7/10 shooting, 5 rebounds and 3 assists) who started his season perfectly. So they are five unbeaten at the top of Betclic ELITE.

Finally, Boulogne-Levallois opened its Betclic ÉLITE rivalry with its victory over Élan Béarnais in Marcel-Cerdan (82-59). Facing a Pau team that was completely out of their element offensively (21 points at half time), Vincent Collet’s men recovered well and trusted their new summer recruit Hugo Besson (18 points on 6/8 shooting and 4 assists) to win. Meanwhile, the Mets’ new star Victor Wembanyama not very prominent (10 points on 3/10, 8 rebounds, 3 assists and 3 blocks in 20 minutes of play). While among the Palois, Vitalys Chikoko (14 points, 9 rebounds and 4 blocks) and Giovan Oniangue (14 points) was the only satisfaction of the night.

The results of the 2nd day of Betclic ELITE

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September 27, 2022 at 10:08 am

Monaco, Blois, Bourg-en-Bresse, Dijon and Le Mans are now two wins in as many days from Betclic ÉLITE and are unbeaten. Nanterre, Roanne, Boulogne-Levallois opened their counters.

Roanne taught BCM Gravelines Dunkerque a lesson, a great achievement for Blois

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