The Leaders Cup Pro B started yesterday in France with five matches. Blois, where young Mbaye Ndiaye plays, was held in check at home, despite the good performance of the Senegalese.
For his first official outing with the Ada Blois Basket, Mbaye Ndiaye (21 years old, 2.03m) from the JL Bourg training center did not disappoint. The young Senegalese winger, holder as wanted his coach who recruited him and despite an injury (fractured little finger) made a good copy, even co-signing the best performance of this meeting thanks to his 13 points, 11 rebounds, 3 blocks, 1 interception and only one stray ball. A good start for the MVP of the LNB 2020 camp and best position 3 of the 2019 season in the French Under-21 Championship.
His teammate, the lions back Lamine Sambe, finished 3 points and 4 assists.
Blois, however, lost the game against Vichy-Clermont on the score of 86-91, after collapsing in the last quarter (13-32) while leading since the start of the match.
Basket221 Photo credit: Tuan Nguyen