Hugo Besan holds the record in Australia

Hugo Besan holds the record in Australia

Winner of the young Hugo Besan (1.91m, 20 years old) who got engaged in his first season in Australia. The best hopeful and highest scorer in Pro B last year tied two games over 25 points in Oceania with the French chain.

On Friday, Hugo Besson won. On Sunday, he did it again. In the Australian first basketball division NBL, the young Frenchman (20 years old) shines on the other side of the world. On December 10, against Melbourne Phoenix, Besson signed a 26-point performance with 8 rebounds. The Native Anchors leader continues with 25 points against the Adelaide 36ers at 7/14 at 5/10 with 3-bits, 5 rebounds and 2 assists. The hot scenes confirm the expectations of his first years in France.

Good place for the next NBA draft

Hugo Besson, who was almost registered for the 2021 draft, last withdrew his name to focus on 2022. Sacred best chance of Pro B for his exceptional season with Saint-Quentin, during which he finished top scorer in the championship. With his latest performance, the leader born in 2001 goes to the point of announcing “fake draft”, predictions, first round (30 first selections).

In search of success

Despite his excellent statistical sheets, the result is: his New Zealand Breakers team has yet to win. Returning to victory will be the next challenge for former Elon Salon, along with his teammate Usman Dieng. Like Lamelo Ball or RJ Hampton, precisely executed by breakers and drafted in 2020 (24e) The French player is good to continue to shine this season. Cross the world again towards the states this summer.

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Cory Weinberg covers the intersection of tech and cities. That means digging into how startups and big tech companies are trying to reshape real estate, transportation, urban planning, and travel. Previously, he reported on Bay Area housing and commercial real estate for the San Francisco Business Times. He received a "best young journalist" award from the National Association of Real Estate Editors.

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