On Saturday, Charleville had a surprisingly easy time with Mondeville, doubling them up 96-48. Lattes Montpellier is still well in contention for first place as Sarah Michel led them to an 81-69 win over Courtney Hurt and Nice. Bourges remains tied with them after a 72-62 win over Lyon. The best efforts of Marie-Bernadette Mbuyama-Tshimanga were not enough for Calais as they lost 62-49 to Hainaut and continue to hover perilously close to the bottom of the standings. On Sunday, Nantes looked to keep themselves in a safe position as a balanced effort helped defeat Chatilla Van Grinsven and Arras 91-65. Villeneuve continues to fight for those last playoff spots with a 69-54 win over Angers. Landes is also in contention as Iva Sliskovic led them to a 67-43 win over Toulouse.
January 30, 2016
Charleville vs. Mondeville 96-48 CHM Berezhynska 17 DeVaughn 16/9r Mosqueda-Lewis 15 Bouderra 13/9a Mestdagh 11 MDV Badiane 13 M. Plouffe 10 Sharp 5
Nice vs. Lattes Montpellier 69-81 NIC Hurt 21/6r Diawara 11/10r Bar 10/8r Anderson 10 Dabo 6 Ben Abdelkader 3 MTP Michel 22 Ayayi 12 Halman 9 O’Hea 5
Bourges vs. Lyon 72-62 BRG Leedham 17/9r Tanqueray 14 Page 11/9r Ciak 10/6r Dumerc 7 Hodges 3 Murphy 2 LYO Williams 19/12r Butulija 14 Ervin 11 Niamke 7