Basketball Elite: Asvel in half, the Wembanyama Mets pushed to the support match | TV5MONDE

Asvel validated its place in the semi-finals of the French Championship by dominating Le Mans (66-63) on Tuesday. Tony Parker’s club could find Boulogne-Levallois, Victor Wembanyama’s team, pushed by Cholet to a support match on Thursday after an 83-80 loss in the Mauges.

Unlike the Metropolitans 92, Bourg-en-Bresse, led by Freddy Fauthoux, also confirmed its success in the first quarter by showering Dijon (92-90) in parallel on Tuesday.

Under the eyes of Kyle Kuzma, 2020 NBA champion with the Los Angeles Lakers, present at the Meilleraie on Tuesday, the Mets had the game in hand. In particular ten points ahead in the middle of the final quarter (69-59) helped by those of their totem Victor Wembanyama, author of his umpteenth double double of the season (21 points, 14 rebounds).

But they came across an inhabited man, Dominic Artis, author of a three-point basket on the buzzer as the match headed for overtime (80-80)

Better, the American leader has compiled ten points in the last ten minutes including two other award-winning shots to keep his team alive (74-75 then 77-78).

Vincent Collet’s men will however have the advantage of the field Thursday at Levallois and Victor Wembanyama the desire to find his former club, Asvel, in the next round.

Tony Parker’s club has indeed reached the last four for the fourth time in a row. Without even the help of Nando De Colo, “hit in the calf on Sunday” and “forfeit”, announced his club a few minutes before the meeting.

In the absence of the master to play, who had only walked the floor ten minutes two days earlier, a player caught the eye: Retin Obasohan. The Belgian leader after fifteen points on Sunday collected 16 on Tuesday. Youssoupha Fall was familiar with the double double (11 points, 9 rebounds).

The other roller coaster meeting of the evening was in Bourg-en-Bresse where Dijon was back to the wall, after falling at home on Sunday (79-73).

Led by thirteen lengths ahead at halftime (48-35), the JDA, carried by David Holston, magic in the lead (17 points, 13 assists) believed to hang the extension (90-90). But Jordan Floyd, after his 28 points on Sunday, offered his team the last four with an unbalanced mid-range shot.

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