French basketball player Thomas Heurtel’s scathing response to criticism after signing in Russia

The tricolor international leader has signed up for two seasons in favor of Saint Petersburg in the midst of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict. A choice that speaks. Three weeks after having signed a contract in favor of Zénith Saint-Petersburg, which will earn him a de facto exclusion from the French team for not having respected the … Read more

Boston pivot Robert Williams out for four to six weeks

Unhappy finalist with the Celtics, the 24-year-old interior will undergo surgery on his left knee. Soon the time for the recovery in the NBA? Not for Robert Williams, who is going to have arthroscopy on his left knee.this weekas reported ESPN. An intervention that follows a previous meniscus operation in March. The Celtics interior will … Read more

Kansas title after historic comeback

Led by 15 points at halftime, the Kansas Jayhawks won their first title since 2008 after a victory over the University of North Carolina. The University of Kansas won its fourth title in the American university basketball championship (NCAA) by overthrowing that of North Carolina on Monday after a historic comeback in the final in … Read more

Paris Basketball part ways with Kyle O’Quinn

19 games and then goes. Arrived last summer, Kyle O’Quinn will no longer wear the colors of Paris Basketball, reports The Team . The NBA veteran never had the expected performance, between domination on certain meetings and nonchalance on others. In 24 minutes on average, the American compiled 10.5 points, 6 rebounds and 2.7 assists. … Read more

the All Star Game, last jubilation before the restrictions

Before the new government measures, the sport capsized one last time this Wednesday evening. The 16,000 spectators of the Accor Arena attended a colorful show during the All Star Game LNB. “I am a player who likes to put on a show for the public. They come for that. ” Dylan Affo Mama, winner of … Read more

The All Star Game, the last basketball party before the gauges return

Survivor at the last minute of the fifth wave of Covid-19, the annual French basketball festival expects around 16,000 spectators for the Elite All Star Game in Paris Bercy on Wednesday (7 p.m.). The National Basketball League (LNB) and ticket holders blurted out relief as they listened to Prime Minister Jean Castex’s announcements on Monday. … Read more