May 4, 2021
The two-legged quarterfinals were supposed to start on Tuesday, but Tarbes had too many virus cases to safely field a team so Bourges was awarded the first game and the other three series played. A wild game saw shorthanded Charleville put up a fight behind Jaime Nared and Sasa Cado, but Helena Ciak and Lyon won 121-93 as their depth helped them control the second half. Lattes Montpellier was missing key players, but carry home an 83-77 lead after a win over Haley Peters and Villeneuve. The last game of the day ended up being the closest, but Valeriane Vukosavljevic and Landes are bringing home a lead after a 85-82 win over Ornella Bankole and Roche.
Charleville vs. Lyon 93-121 CHM Nared 30/6r Cado 21/6r Pouye 17/6r Turner 8 Koizar 5 LYO Ciak 21/7r Johannes 19/7r/14a Chevaugeon 19/6r Plouffe 18/7r/7a Raincock-Ekunwe 14/9r Tanqueray 11/6r/6a Crvendakic 10/10r/7a Fauthoux 3 Robinson 0
Villeneuve vs. Lattes Montpellier 77-83 VIL Peters 20/9r Berkani 14 Gomis 12/6a Dos Santos 7/9r Hurt 5 MTP Allemand 18/6r/10a Filip 13/6r Toure 13 Dabovic 11 Bernies 11 Tchatchouang 10
Roche vs. Landes 82-85 RVB Bankole 23/10r Heriaud 19 Amant 10 Higgins 6/6r Clarke 4 Lucet 3 LAN Vukosavljevic 22/7r Gaye 16 Plouffe 13/8r Turcinovic 11/6a Paget 10 Ayim 7 Dumerc 2
Tarbes vs. Bourges awarded to Bourges