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Wembanyama and the Mets in the semi-finals

Victor Wembanyama and the Metropolitans of Boulogne-Levallois took the best of Chôlet this Thursday in the support match of the quarter-finals of Betclic Elite (81-69).

Back to back after the first two rounds of the quarter-final between them, Boulogne-Levallois and Chôlet met on Thursday at the Marcel-Cerdan Sports Center in Levallois-Perret for a support match. A meeting likely to be Victor Wembanyama’s last in Betclic Elite if the visitors came to dominate their host. However, the future San Antonio Spurs player decided otherwise. Top scorer and top rebounder of the game (19 points, 9 rebounds, 4 assists)the 19-year-old pivot guided the Hauts-de-Seine club (81-69).

During this meeting fully controlled by the Metropolitans, the Choletais only led the score for a short time at the start of the first quarter. The American DeVante Jones assisted “Wemby” well with 15 points, 2 rebounds, 5 assists. A slightly better record than that of Lahaou Konaté, author of 14 points, 3 rebounds, 6 assists. Consequently, the beautiful copy made by Boris Dallo in the opposite camp proved to be in vain (15 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists.

Reunion for “Wemby”

It is therefore Boulogne-Levallois who reaches the last four of Betclic Elite. Facing the Altoséquanais, it is the reigning triple champion of France who will stand up: Asvel. The first meeting will take place this Sunday. It will be a reunion between Victor Wembanyama and the team whose colors he defended last season.

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