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Group:  A | 12.12.2006, 20:00h
Group:  A | 12.12.2006, 20:00h
98-86
25 - 1827 - 2327 - 2319 - 22
25 - 1827 - 2327 - 2319 - 22
Venue: Dijon (FRA) |
Spectators: 4000 |

GAME REPORT


JDA Dijon 98 CSU Asesoft Ploiesti 86

JDA Dijon made it through to Round II of the EuroCup after beating Group A whipping boys CSU Asesoft Ploiesti with something to spare on Tuesday.

Jonathan Aka (JDA Dijon Basket)
Jonathan Aka had 14 points and 7 rebounds for Dijon
Dijon's victory, coupled with Ironi Iscar Nahariya's 92-83 defeat at pool leaders Club Estudiantes, means the French team finish second on 10 points and go on to the next stage.

It was a real team effort by the hosts, who saw six players shoot double-figure tallies.

Guard Laurent Sciarra celebrated his selection for Pro A's All Star game later this month by draining 22 points and making nine assists.

He was helped by Maleye Ndoye (18 points) and Abdoulaye Mbaye (16 points).

Asesoft were down by seven points (25-18) at the end of the first quarter, and things got worse before the break, the hosts going into the interval 52-41 up. From then on, it was a procession for Dijon.

Bojan Obradovic was the visitors' star performer with 20 points and eight rebounds, while American guard Reginald Elliot (18 points, four rebounds and four assists) had a good all-round game.

The Romanians finish bottom of the group with a 0-6 record.

Accumulated statistics

59.0%

36/61
FG
M/A

50.0%

34/68

57.4%

27/47
FG2P
M/A

63.0%

29/46

64.3%

9/14
FG3P
M/A

22.7%

5/22

85.0%

17/20
FT
M/A

72.2%

13/18

26

9/17
RT
RO/RD

27

14/13

21

AS

12

14

TO

13

8

ST

9

0

BS

0

20

PF

23

98

Pts

86

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