This Wednesday evening, as part of the fifth day of the Eurocup, Paris won against the Montenegrins of Buducnost (74-77).
Paris is doing a very good job. This Wednesday evening, on the occasion of the fifth day of the group stage of the men’s basketball Eurocup, the Parisians, who currently occupy thirteenth place in the French championship standings, won in Montenegro, and more precisely on the floor of Buducnost (74-77). A club currently fourth in the ranking of its national championship. Overall, the debates were rather tight. In the first quarter, Paris raced more in the lead than its opponent of the day, but its maximum lead was never beyond +6 (16-22). Then she went up to +8 in the second quarter (18-26, 25-33, 27-35). But at the break, the two teams were then tied (41-41). In the third and penultimate quarter, Paris then never raced in the lead, but their delay was never too great (59-53, -6). And the visitors therefore ended up taking the lead, and more precisely during the fourth and last quarter, for a final score of 74-77.
Kaba isn’t enough for Buducnost
On the local side, Alpha Kaba finished top scorer for his team, but also top scorer of this meeting, with a double-double in the key and personal statistics of 17 points and 16 rebounds. But that was not enough, even if he was perfectly assisted by Phil Booth (15 points, 2 rebounds). Faced in particular with Parisian Kyle Allman, who finished top scorer in his training with personal statistics of 13 points, 3 rebounds and 5 assists. In the Group B standings, Buducnost is currently in fifth position, while Paris, who are now three consecutive wins in all competitions, follow just behind, in sixth place. Knowing that the two teams now have the same record, namely three wins for also two defeats.