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Paris, Le Mans and Orleans bend, Nanterre, Bourg and ASVEL without forcing

This Tuesday evening, on behalf of the 28th day of Betclic Elite, Nanterre, ASVEL, Bourg-en-Bresse, Cholet, Fos and Limoges have won.

ASVEL wins in Roanne

With this victory over the rival of Roanne (91-82), ASVEL performed a great operation. If Roanne impressed from the start and the men of TJ Parker thanks to a Ronald March (20 points) inspired to halftime (44-39), the choir was soon disillusioned. Returning from the locker room, the French champions stepped up a gear, especially in the racket with the double Victor WembanyamaYoussoupha Fall that put the inhabitants of the Loire to the test and at the same time Elie Okobo and Chris Jones regained their standards from the start of the season and let the Rhodanians win.

ASVEL remains third on the podium, approaching second.

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Limoges continues its momentum

Just two days after winning the derby against the enemy of Pau, the CSP host of Le Mans. If Le Mans thought of a resurgence against a direct competitor, DeMonte Harper (25 points out of 10/12 on shots, 9 rebounds and 2 assists in just 26 minutes) and CJ Massinburg (21 points out of 8/14 on shots, 6 rebounds and 3 assists), they didn’t hear it that way and had a big game to give the win to the CSP (82-75).

With this win, Limoges moves into fifth place and takes a two-point lead in the standings over its evening opponent.

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JL Bourg is a hit against the BCM

If the two teams could still dream of the play-offs before this meeting, one of the two can no longer believe it. The BCM Gravelines literally lost their footing, losing 37 units (92-55) against JL Bourg, in addition to paying the price of the nearly first triple double of the season by Rasheed Sulaimon (11 points, 9 rebounds, 9 assists in 22 minutes). With this victory, Laurent Legname’s men can still dream of the quarterfinals.

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Fos wins in Paris and rises in the ranking

Against Paris Basket, Rémi Guitta’s men learned the lessons of the match against Levallois. If their old demons were to haunt them again, the Fosséens didn’t give in and won with style from Paris Basket (75-93). thanks to a Lasan Kromah (22 points) found and a Deishuan Booker (14 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists) that continues to tempt, Fos has taken a precious win across all clubs in the battle to keep and moves back to 15th place. The Southerners have one win for Orleans and two on Champagne Basket.

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Cholet wins against Orléans and has the play-offs in sight

After getting back into the playoff battle, Cholet continues to benefit from his current good form. If the OLB had a solid first quarter, Nobel Boungou Colo (26 points) and his company trailed at halftime (26-39) and failed to reverse the trend of winning and break from their current negative spiral that already polluted them against the ‘ASVEL last week’. . On the side of Cholet Basket we look up. With a balanced record of 14 wins and 14 losses, the club is just one step back from the Top 8.

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Champagne basket keeps falling

The electroshock did not take place opposite Nanterre. Two days after cutting Cédric Heitz, Champagne Basket recorded a very heavy defeat at home against inspired Nanterriens (73-104) and dropped slightly further into the red zone. As in Fos three days ago, Pascal Donnadieu could count on Nick Johnson (19 points, 5 rebounds and 11 assists) and this time on Chris Horton (12 points, 7 rebounds, 5 steals and 2 blocks) from the back courts, to impose itself widely in Champagne.

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