Nancy takes off Saint-Chammond, Polzac is very close to maintenance

Nancy is the new leader of Pro B! With a successful spin on the RMB (98-93), Nancy replaces Saint-Chamond and can dream of the title. It’s not over, however, versus the last good in the rankings. SLUC needed 13-0 in the second quarter to regain control of the game. Stephen Gumbold He once again dominated the course of events, with 24 points and 6 rebounds, to achieve a strong rating of 29. Ludovic Pouilleart’s men fought the entire match to hold onto their opponent and leave with their heads held high. The successful French international Brice Dessert did very well, finishing the game with 29 units accompanied by 9 catches for 30 ratings. His best game this season.

Boulazac and ASA make a choice for maintenance

We can finally begin to breathe, in Périgord. BBD dominated Tours 101-91 at Monconseil, a direct competitor for maintenance. The guests started the match better (23-12) which allowed them to approach the rest of the match with calm. They were able to penalize long distances (12/23) as well as turn the bulge: Four players finished with over 15 points. as a technical leader, Nick Mor He again distinguished himself with 18 points and a rating of 22. Evan February Loan it perfectly (17 points) and Pathist Chuava He had hit Torango very hard in the first half (11 points during this period). Alexandre Maynard is just one victory away from ensuring a stay at Pro B For Tours, an orphan in Marques Townes, it will be necessary to respond.

For his part, ASA Chalon introduced in overtime (92-88) at the Colosseum, and he now finds himself… ninth with his win in the play-offs. that it Strahinya Gavrilovic Who wore the man of the match uniform: 26 points, 10 rebounds and 30 ratings for the Serbs who arrived at the club three weeks ago. After his winning game on the last day Anthony Root Once again I was inspired by penalties from afar (19 points at 4/9 at 3 points). There’s something to bite your fingers at Elan: the 10/21 free throws will definitely stay in the throat. Desi Washington (9 points, 4/16 on shots including 1/7 from three-pointers), and Fifth Major Elan missed defensive rigor to win on Tuesday, May 4.

They are amazing!

ASA knocks down ghouls from Châlons in his room at the Colosseum after extra time, with warrior mentality #GoASA #ProB #ELANASA pic.twitter.com/GsuC8RSTY1

Alliance Sport Alsace (@basket_asa) May 3, 2022

At the top of the table, Evreux and Saint-Quentin . serve

Where will Evreux stop? Normandy club walks on water and confirms its eleventh success in a row Against Saint-Chamond at the smallest of the margins (79-78). SCBVG got the title details in the second quarter (21-13) and thus lost first place in the standings. The executioner of Saint-Chammond has been summoned Fabian Pascal, who dominated Matthew Boyer (limited to 17 minutes of play) with head and shoulders (23 points, 7 rebounds, 22 PIR). The evening at Evro wasn’t perfect, despite this impressive victory: Bangali Fofana left prematurely, hurting his ankle after just four minutes on the field. Meanwhile, Matthew Guichard had done everything he could to win (17 points, 7 rebounds, 7 assists). This victory could have a huge impact in the race for the title of Coach of the Year, as both are among the finalists.

Julian Mahe, the previous year’s best coach, didn’t have to put up a big fight with Picardie’s side. At Vichy, SQBB beat Dean Williams 87-71 with an excellent rating (24 points, 5 rebounds, rating 27). Kendall Anthony’s evening was a lot more complicated, as she had trouble identifying the landmarks (11 points vs 3/10 in the shots). JAV is now moving up to eighth in Pro B and will have to play hard to the finish to secure the latter. Domenez Burnett’s 22 points were not enough to turn the tide of the match. They will meet in Saint-Chammond on May 7, 2022.

At the bottom of the table, Lil, Deanne, and Tours will have to fight

While they seemed far from anxious in the race to maintain, Lille is scared and slipped to 14th place in the standings (13 wins, 19 losses) after their 91-83 defeat to Antibes. But they started the meeting well, leaving no open shots for their opponents. that it Tmedia Youssef and his experience This allowed the sharks not to drown. But in the second half, Tim Dirksen got up and finished the match with 20 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 steals for 22 ratings. Vyacheslav Petrov did a lot of good with his long-distance skill (15 points, 3/5 from distance), allowing Antibes to find holes in the racket. Jean-Victor Traore and Thomas Hugh Courtois were the strongmen of the night (14 and 21 points respectively). The Red Giants play two important matches against Denin and Polzac to end the season.

Denin, who also lost, to Saint-Vallier this time (91-75). The large first half of the locals beat the Dragon (56-38). Remy Fallin’s men dominated the rebound (37-23), and are now the first players not to go down in the tournament. Diamond Watt He will use his experience to spread a very strong stat streak: 11 points, 15 rebounds, 2 assists for 23 PIRs. Pape Beye helped well off the bench (16 points at 5/5 in shots in 19 minutes). The end of the season promises to be quieter in Drum.

Another team with 13 victories, Kimber narrowly falls against Blois. UJAP held the entire meeting, but didn’t have the extra spirit to implement the disruption. They could not punish 3 indicators (3/17). ADA acquiesces to Zeke Moore He has 22 points, 5 rebounds, 2 steals and a rating of 22 to win. MVP finalist Thomas Cornelli had a lackluster match (6 points, 1/2 on shots, 6 rebounds and 6 assists). On the bench, M’Baye Ndiaye and Timothée Vergeat imitated each other by finishing the match at 13 units.

Defeat 78-83.

See you Saturday 7 May for Day 33 of the Tournament Against Tours at the Michel Glowagen Hall (Book your spot at our ticket office for the last of the season at home: https://t.co/UfWgSrEcFE) pic.twitter.com/KmDSTPLrxl

– Ramez Kemper (@BeliersdeKemper) May 3, 2022

Pro B J32 Results:

  • Nancy – Rowan: 98 – 93
  • Everrow Saint-Chammond: 79-78
  • constellations – Polzac : 91 – 101
  • Shalon- Grace Soville : 88 – 92
  • Vichy Claremont – Saint Quentin : 71 – 87
  • night- Antibes : 83 – 91
  • Saint Valier – Denine: 91 – 75
  • Kimber- Blois : 78 – 83

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