The Dijon team lost 20 points this Sunday, October 17 (93-73).
After the beating suffered at ASVEL a week ago, JDA Dijon Basket was to recover against Monaco this Sunday, October 17, 2021. In fact, there was, by sequences, the best offensively compared to the performance against the ‘ASVEL, but this does not prevent the Dijon basketball players from being able to stop their Monegasque opponents, having shot nearly 69% at two points in this match (against 48.6% on the side of JDA Dijon).
The Monegasque collective was too strong for that of Nenad Markovic, especially in rebounds (35 to 20) and not as fluid as his opponents in the circulation of the ball (24 assists to 13).
The first part of the match hurt JDA Dijon. The third quarter was certainly won by the original basketball players, but the cumulative delay in the first two quarters was too great to hope for anything.
David Holston, more at ease than last Sunday (15 points at 50% on shots, 8 assists), and his teammates were unable to slow the pace of ASM, which logically recorded its third victory in four championship matches.
For JDA Dijon, this is therefore the second defeat in three matches for Betclic Élite, the third in a row in all competitions.
The “new look” Dijon team does not have time to think about it. Tuesday, October 19, she will receive Novgorod at the Sports Palace as part of the 2nd day of the Basketball Champions League (in-between at 8:30 p.m.).
Photo: Basketball Champions League
In Monaco, room Gaston Médecin, AS Monaco beats JDA Dijon: 93-73 (23-18, 29-13, 16-23, 25-19).
AS Monaco points: Andjusic (16), Motiejunas (16), Diallo (11), Bouteille (9), Gray (9), Hall (8), Lee (8), Ouattara (8), Faye ( 6), Traoré (2), Westermann (0), Demahis-Ballou (0).
JDA Dijon points: Holston (15), Kelly (11), Loum (10), Henry (9), Ware (8), Ducoté (7), Katic (7), Alingue (6), Galliou (0 ), Kamardine (0).