Basketball: Nyon gets back into the spotlight

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.

Nyon Basket – Boncourt 75-63 (36-30)

Rock College. 189 spectators.

Referees: MM. Stojoev, Papaioannou and Gharib.

Basket of Nyon: Jaunin (11 points), Brooks (19), N’Doye (15), Ugurtas, Fongué (5) then Dougherty (8), Wolfisberg (13), Dufour (2), Bono, Van Rooij, Rothrock (2), Normal. Coach: Stefan Ivanovic.

Boncourt: Igbanu (16 points), Nesbitt (11), Steinmann (6), Kessler (11), Bengui Bondo (10) then Monteiro (7), Eyenga (2). Coach: Etienne Faye.

Remarks: Nyon without Vaney (absent); Boncourt without Brown (injured).

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