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The Betclic ELITE resumed its rights this Friday with three matches on the program. For its first in the top flight, ADA Blois won against the Chorale de Roanne (90-94). For its part, the BCM Gravelines-Dunkerque dominated the Metropolitans 92 (85-73). Finally, the JDA Dijon won at home against Portel (87-76).
This Friday evening, the Betclic ELITE resumed its rights. Three posters were on the program. For its discovery of the Betclic ÉLITE, the ADA Blois offers the first success of the season on the floor of the Chorale de Roanne (90-94). BCM Gravelines-Dunkerque also repeated very well by winning against Metropolitan 92 (85-73). Finally, the JDA Dijon unlocked their counter at home against Portel (87-76).
In Blois, the hero is always Tyren Johnson!
In a match disputed from start to finish, ADA Blois had the last word against the Chorale de Roanne. Carried by the trio Thomas Cornely (13 points, 3 rebounds and 5 assists for 15 rating) – Jaime Smith (15 points, 3 rebounds and 3 assists for 16 rating) – Keandre Cook (14 points and 4 rebounds for 18 evaluation), Mickaël Hay’s men managed to stand up to the Choraliens until the end. As a symbol, it was Tyren Johnson who gave the victory to his people and allowed ADA Blois to offer themselves the first success of the season for their return to the elite. ” We were waiting for this first victory”smiled Thomas Cornely at the microphone of LNB TV. “We knew it was an important match, especially with ASVEL coming on Tuesday. We had to start well and it’s great to take this first away game directly. We remained united and united, we relied on our strengths and that made the difference. » A satisfaction that obviously contrasted with the disappointment of the Loire. Convincing in preparation, Jean-Denys Choulet’s men were immediately surprised by the promoted. “It’s a tough defeat”, breathed Renathan Ona Embo. ” On a crack at the end, because of our mistakes. We did too much and they knew how to capitalize on it. We left too many easy baskets. It’s hard to cash in. »
WHAT AN EXCEPTIONAL SHOOT 🥵🙅♂️
— LNB (@LNBofficiel) September 23, 2022
Gravelines-Dunkerque dominates the entry Metropolitans 92
BCM Gravelines-Dunkerque did not miss the first meeting of the season. At the end of a match mastered from start to finish, the players of JD Jackson dominated the Metropolitans 92. Leading by 20 points at halftime (69-49, 20′), the Northerners were able to count on a Justin Robinson gala (18 points, 3 rebounds and 6 assists for 16 evaluation) to win against a team from the Ile-de-France out of address. Humiliated exactly a week ago with Poland in the EuroBasket semi-finals, Dominik Olejniczak (8 points and 10 rebounds) was able to take a little revenge on Vincent Collet. Spied on from all sides, Victor Wembanyama has accumulated big numbers (23 points at 11/23 and 10 rebounds) but has not been completely convinced, the fault of a few questionable choices.
The JDA Dijon unlocks its home counter
For its first home game, the JDA Dijon provided the essentials against ESSM Le Portel. Clinging to the break (44-37, 20′) and again at the start of money-time (61-59, 31st minute), Nenad Markovic’s men managed to reverse the trend. In the wake notably of the duo Jacques Alingue (12 points at 100%, 5 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 steals for 20 rating) – Hunt Simon (17 points and 4 rebounds for 17 evaluation), the JDA Dijon has unlocked its counter. Note the successful return of Jonathan Rousselle to France: 7 points, all in the last quarter.
September 23, 2022 at 11:06 am
This Friday evening, the Betclic ELITE resumed its rights. Three posters were on the program. For its discovery of the Betclic ÉLITE, the ADA Blois offers the first success of the season on the floor of the Chorale de Roanne (90-94). BCM Gravelines-Dunkerque also repeated very well by winning against Metropolitan 92 (85-73). Finally, the JDA…
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