The five French committed in the NBA in the night from Wednesday to Thursday have been beaten, including the duo Parker-Auvergne, which is however shown in the output of the bench against New Orleans.
They have lost :
The night was black for the Frenchies in the NBA, but Joffrey Auvergne, burst on to the scene by the injury of LaMarcus Aldridge, has the opportunity to succeed one of their best performances this season. Two weeks after his game record in Denver, the interior habs has compiled 14 points (6/9) and 7 rebounds in the face of the Pelicans, involving the best possible defense to try to contain Anthony Davis. With Tony Parker (10 points on 5/9), he has been a valuable part of the Spurs bench, unable, however, to compensate for the under-performance of the five licensees texans.
This is a Evan Providedr frustrated, which has left the prosecutor’s office to Orlando on Wednesday, after seeing his team surrender to the leader of the conference. Six minutes from the buzzer, however, the Magic held your head still in Toronto (97-96). But the franchise in florida, who has posted a 13-2 in 5 minutes, has ended. And Fournier (17 points on 6/15, 2 rebounds, 4 assists) was not digested. the “I have the impression that one loses the same way every night”, has lamented the former player of Poitiers, whose franchise now points to the last place in the East.
After five victores in a row, the Hornets saw their series come to an end Wednesday in Boston. And there has been no debate : quickly been drowned out by the address of the Celtics (62%), Charlotte has never been able to stand up to local. Nicolas Batum nothing has changed : awkward, the wingman French has distributed 10 assists and made 5 rebounds, but he has penned 7 points (3/11, 1/5 long distance).
Even used a little more than a quarter of an hour (16 min) face the defending champion, Ian Mahinmi has evolved in its standards (4 points 2/3, 3 rebounds) but has also lost three balls in his two short passages on the floor, one in each half, without being able to revive the Wizards.