T.J. Campbell

For their return to Europe, Cholet Basket did not have to force themselves against Oradea – BeBasket

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For his return to the European Cup, Cholet lacked nothing and beat the Romanian team from Oradea (99-81). Laurent Vila’s men increased their power as the game progressed before taking off in the third quarter.

In a sparsely stocked Meilleraie, Cholet didn’t force his talents past Oradea in the opening round of the FIBA ​​Europe Cup group stage. While the choletais largely prevailed, they produced an average game and did the bare minimum in front of their home crowd.

From the start of the match, Cholet lacked momentum and sought attack while the Romanians started with their feet on the ground (7-12, 6′). A small ignition delay that Cholet was able to adjust by making the powder talk. Enzo Goudou-Sinha, TJ Campbell and Gaylor Curier shot from distance to get the CB back on track and beat their rival of the night 15-2 (22-13, 10′). But then, Oradea did not let her pass and despite Curier’s flashes, Cholet stuttered and saw how the Romanians got back into the game at the break (39-32, 20′) under the impetus of Domantas Tarolis (18 points and 6 rebounds). ).

The executives got the job done.

Reinvigorated after its closure, the Romanians played a little fairer and raised the score (39-39, 23′). Cholet might start to shake, but executives TJ Campbell, Dominic Artis, Boris Dallo and Parry Ellis put Mauges’ club back on the right track by stepping up the intensity against an opponent clearly below the athletic standpoint. In a short time, Cholet recovered a good lead before starting the last quarter (74-52, 30′).

The last quarter was cut short and Cholet settled for the minimum despite the fairly average last ten minutes. In the end, the Choletians won (91-88) and will meet next Wednesday in Belgium to face Mechelen, who also did not force themselves to get rid of Rilski’s Bulgarians with a score of 66-100.

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October 12, 2022 at 9:38 am

In a sparsely stocked Meilleraie, Cholet didn’t force his talents past Oradea in the opening round of the FIBA ​​Europe Cup group stage. While the choletais largely prevailed, they produced an average game and did the bare minimum in front of their home crowd. From the beginning of the game, Cholet lacked momentum and looked for himself in attack while…

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