LIVE VIDEO. The CBC no longer scores at the start of the money time… Follow the beauty of the Nationale 1 final against Saint-Vallier

LIVE VIDEO. The CBC no longer scores at the start of the money time… Follow the beauty of the Nationale 1 final against Saint-Vallier
LIVE VIDEO. The CBC no longer scores at the start of the money time… Follow the beauty of the Nationale 1 final against Saint-Vallier

Victorious in Saint-Vallier (68-77), the Caennais saw victory slip through their fingers on Friday at home against opponents more determined than them (84-77 AD). This Sunday is the last chance match.

Will the third be the right one? This Sunday, June 16, the CBC has more than ever an appointment with its history. Five years after a relegation described as an industrial accident, the Caen basketball club is on the verge of Pro B.

Their defeat after extra time on Friday evening (84-77 AD) has the merit of keeping their audience in suspense, but will the Caennais be able to close the story in the most beautiful way? Answer this evening on the Palais des Sports floor.

Expectations are immense as the club dreams of this rise and has everything for Pro B: a superb setting and a loyal audience.

  • The climb has never been closer

The CBC widened the gap in the third quarter until reaching a maximum lead of 17 points, facing a helpless team. Those who qualified “Team of Thugs” in the columns of West France are having real shooting difficulties and are losing many balls. The Caennais, stung on Friday, took advantage and made the majority of the balls recovered. They are only 10 minutes away from realizing their dream and that of the people dressed in white.

  • A controlled first half

The Normans return to the locker room with an eight-point lead over the Drômois after (43-35) having dominated the debates in the first period. Skillful in the first quarter, Coulibaly and his gang produced good statistics with 15/30 shooting, including 6/13 from three points. The Caennais were also impassive in defense with 4 intercepted balls compared to just one for Saint-Vallier. The team let itself be guided by its executives and pushed by an enthusiastic public.

  • A first quarter that meets the challenges

26-19. This is the score displayed at the end of the first quarter. The Caennais did not procrastinate in the face of their burning audience at the Palais des Sports. Mutuale, Siegwarth, Davis Jr, Njiba, Coulibaly made up the starting five. Bali Coulibaly showed his teammates the way by opening the scoring and showing great form.

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