Basketball/elite (30th day). In Paris, a new momentum to maintain for the JDA Dijon

Paris – JDA Dijon

8 p.m., Halle Carpentier

The Jeanne resumed its forward march. By dominating Monaco (96-87) then Le Portel (78-91), last week, it again offered two successes ahead of ninth place (currently occupied by Nanterre and Cholet). A small but precious margin, five days from the end of the regular phase, which the Dijonnais hope to keep, or even better.

In Paris, this Tuesday (8 p.m.), they have the opportunity. To achieve this, David Holston and his family will have to draw inspiration from their recent performance with a poorly ranked player. “As against Portel, we expect a difficult match,” warns Nenad Markovic. “It’s a good team, athletic and with a lot of talent. We will need to be very…