Both series concluded on Friday as the teams switched venues. Bourges looked to have a safe lead going back to France, but Chelsea Gray had another key performance for Abdullah Gul University to win them the second game 67-60, which still left them losing 128-122. Villeneuve was expected to have an easy time in their second game even though they were visiting Landes. That turned out to be the case as they won the second game outright 70-54 to take the series 150-108.
March 25th, 2016
Bourges vs. AGU Spor 60-67 BOU Dumerc 19 Filip 11/7r Leedham 10/11r Page 6/9r L. Hodges 2 Murphy 0 AGU Gray 25 Sanders 15/6r Dimitrakou 8 Mazic 6/9r D. Hodges 6
Bourges win series 128-122
Landes vs. ESBVA-LM 54-70 LAN Ayim 15 Sliskovic 11 Basko-Melnbarde 5 Guzman 3 ESB Kaltsidou 16 Sacko 14/8r Robert 12 Mahoney 4/7r
ESBVA-LM wins series 150-108
The finals will take place on April 6th and 13th under the same format as the rest of this stage of the tournament. The two French powerhouses will now get more chances to face one another for trophies this season.
Finals (team listed first hosts first game and team listed second hosts second game):
Bourges vs. ESBVA-LM