Basketball – Leaders Cup – Leaders Cup: a record Dijon crushes Bourg in the quarterfinals

<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "The surprising co-leader of Jeep Élite, Dijon , delivered a demonstration against Bourg-en-Bresse (104-79) on Friday and will find themselves in the last four of the Monaco or Nanterre Leaders Cup on Saturday. Already dominated twice this season by Dijon in the Championship (corrected at home 73-101, then beaten at the beginning of the month in Burgundy, 70-84), Bourg-en-Bresse has still not found the solution during the third quarter-final of the Leaders Cup on Friday. Riding on a series of twelve successes in a row in the Championship, the JDA did not make any details against the Bressans (104-79). The surprising co-leader of the Championship (20 wins-3 losses, tied with Monaco) will therefore live a second Disney semi-final on Saturday after the one lost in 2015 against Strasbourg (72-79 a.p.). 104 The 104 points scored by Dijon are their biggest total this season in the Jeep Elite. The JDA also becomes the first team to exceed 100 points in a Leaders Cup match. On the floor, at break, despite eleven stray balls, the Dijonnais pranced in the lead (45-32), playing their attack game without difficulty (13 assists, 28 in the end) and finding the circle as in training (72% on target, 18 out of 25, and 11 out of 13 at 2 points!) Against stunned and helpless Bressans. The Axel Julien duo (16 points, 3/4 to 3 points, 4 assists) – David Holston (12 points, 13 assists, new Leaders Cup record, snapped from Michael Stockton who had distributed 12 during the defeat of Cholet against Boulogne-Levallois) was with his eyes closed and, helped by the impact of elegant and athletic interior Richard Solomon (20 points, 4/5 to 3 points, 8 rebounds), boosted a 15 to 3 (of 19-17, 10th, at 34-20, 15th) already crippling. Bourg, suffering at the forefront (without Garett Sim, injured, nor Jamar Wilson, at the start), with the only Zack Wright off topic (5 points, 4 stray balls, 0 assists), locked himself in the second defense of Jeep Élite (74.7 points conceded per game) and was content to water at 3 points (4/16 at halftime, 7/27 at the end). Dijon, for its part, was lighting everywhere, and carried by its mind-blowing 3-point address (18/29, new record, again in a Leaders Cup match, including 9/14 in the third quarter alone), continued its demonstration after returning from the locker room. Leaders Cup: calendar / results The gap took cruel proportions at the end of the third period on a crazy sequence from Holston – passes in the back for a 3 points more fault of Jérémy Leloup, followed by a long distance arrow from the leader himself, carrying the Dijon lead at 76-47. It rose to 32 units (98-66, 37e). In the last four, Dijon will find either Nanterre or Monaco, one of the only three teams to have defeated him this season in a Jeep Elite (71-85 on November 16). "Data-reactid =" 18 "> The surprising co-leader of Jeep Élite, Dijon, delivered a demonstration against Bourg-en-Bresse (104-79) this Friday and will find themselves in the last four of the Monaco or Nanterre Leaders Cup on Saturday, already dominated twice this season by Dijon in the Championship (corrected at home 73-101, then defeated at the start of the month in Burgundy, 70-84), Bourg-en-Bresse still did not find the solution during the third quarter-final of the Leaders Cup, Friday Riding on a series of twelve successive successes in the Championship, the JDA did not make any details against the Bressans (104-79). The surprising co-leader of the Championship (20 wins, 3 defeats, tied with Monaco) will therefore live on Saturday a second semi-final at Disney after that lost in 2015 against Strasbourg (72-79 y. 104 The 104 points scored by Dijon are their biggest total this season in the Jeep Elite. The JDA also becomes the first team to exceed 100 points in a Leaders Cup match. On the floor, at break, despite eleven stray balls, the Dijonnais pranced in the lead (45-32), playing their attack game without difficulty (13 assists, 28 in the end) and finding the circle as in training (72% on target, 18 out of 25, and 11 out of 13 at 2 points!) Against stunned and helpless Bressans. The Axel Julien duo (16 points, 3/4 to 3 points, 4 assists) – David Holston (12 points, 13 assists, new Leaders Cup record, snapped from Michael Stockton who had distributed 12 during the defeat of Cholet against Boulogne-Levallois) was with his eyes closed and, helped by the impact of elegant and athletic interior Richard Solomon (20 points, 4/5 to 3 points, 8 rebounds), boosted a 15 to 3 (of 19-17, 10th, at 34-20, 15th) already crippling. Bourg, suffering at the forefront (without Garett Sim, injured, nor Jamar Wilson, at the start), with the only Zack Wright off topic (5 points, 4 stray balls, 0 assists), locked himself in the second defense of Jeep Élite (74.7 points conceded per game) and was content to water at 3 points (4/16 at halftime, 7/27 at the end). Dijon, for its part, was lighting everywhere, and carried by its mind-blowing 3-point address (18/29, new record, again in a Leaders Cup match, including 9/14 in the third quarter alone), continued its demonstration after returning from the locker room. Leaders Cup: schedule / results The gap took cruel proportions at the end of the third period on a crazy sequence from Holston – goes behind for a 3 points plus foul by Jérémy Leloup, followed by a long distance arrow from the leader -same, bringing the Dijon advance to 76-47. It rose to 32 units (98-66, 37e). In the last four, Dijon will find either Nanterre or Monaco, one of the only three teams to have defeated him this season in a Jeep Elite (71-85 on November 16).