After four consecutive defeats, Jérémy Jaunin and his teammates rebounded against Boncourt (75-63) in the Swiss Basketball League.
But who turned off the light? At Le Rocher, we wondered for a long time, as Nyon seemed paralyzed by the challenge after, however, an ideal start (7-2, 2’34 ”). Faced with a Boncourt, decimated, deprived of his American Josh Brown (injured in the wrist), with only seven elements available, the formation of the Coast, which remained on four consecutive defeats, experienced a small black hole (7-13, 7’30”) worrying before going back to alternating current.
With a more extensive bench, an unleashed Maleye N’Doye at long distance (5/7 from three points), a Joël Wolfisberg in a state of grace (13 points), a Devante Brooks leaping on rebounds, an Eric Fongué very good in defense and a Jérémy Jaunin still as important in important moments, the Vaudois knew how to find the switch and the success when it was necessary to win such a precious success (75-63) and merit which allows them to return to the light. and to get closer to the top 8. Boncourt will have to quickly hire a foreigner if he intends to get into the right car.
Christian Maillard has been a journalist at Sport-Center since 2018. Versatile, he covers local sport in Geneva, basketball, alpine skiing and cycling races. He received the Pierre Chany Prize in 2001 for an article on the Tour de France. Also covered major events such as the Olympics and Euro football. Previously, he worked for 3 years at La Côte, 23 years at Le Matin and 5 years at La Tribune de Genève.More informations@ChrisMa18247696
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