By Eurohoops team/ firstname.lastname@example.org
Boris Diaw’s first game upon his return to Europe wasn’t combined with a victory for a Levallois Metropolitans.
A three-point play with by Kenny Hayes (18 points, 5 assists) with 28 seconds remaining in the extra period gave Limoges an 81 – 87 win on the road and improved the team’s record to 2-2.
Even though he hasn’t played a game since the EuroBasket and spent only a few days practicing with his new team, Diaw managed to score 10 points (1/2 2-pointers, 2/3 from beyond the arc), gather 6 rebounds and dish out 3 assists to his teammates.
It would’ve been a solid statline given the circumstances if not for the four turnovers he also committed during the 34:40 he spent on the floor.
The captain of the French national team also delivered a highlight with this powerful block.
Boris Diaw has arrivedpic.twitter.com/tqbOo7u3E5
— Eurohoops.net (@Eurohoopsnet) October 7, 2017
Mistakes was generally an issue for Levallois (also 2-2 in the league) that finished with 21, a big contrast with Limoges’ 11. Klemen Prepelic, who had a game-high 21 points finished with 6 turnovers.