Belfius Mons-Hainaut hosted ASVEL in game five of the FIBA Europe Cup regular season on Tuesday November 24.
ASVEL took a three point lead into the second quarter but a 22-13 quarter by the home team saw ASVEL with a six point deficit at half time.
ASVEL then outscored Mons-Hainaut 12-21 in the third quarter but a 33-22 final quarter by the home team earned them an eight point win 89-81 over an undefeated ASVEL.
Dave played 22:01 minutes and scored eight points and seven rebounds (2 offensive 5 defensive).
Charles Kahudi top scored for ASVEL with 17 points while Dave and Darryl Watkins grabbed seven rebounds each.
ASVEL still sit on top of the FIBA Europe Cup Group A table with four wins and one loss with their next FIBA game on Tuesday December 1 against Kormend after playing Limoges on Saturday November 28 in the LNB.
ASVEL posted their seventh LNB this season hosting Rouen on Friday November 20.
With an 11point win (77-66) ASVEL are sitting on top of the Pro A table with seven wins and one loss so far.
Dave played 31 minutes in the fame scoring 14 points, grabbing four offensive and four defensive rebounds and five assists for the game.
David Lighty top scored for ASVEL with 17 points while Darryl Watkins pulled in a massive 12 rebounds (6 offensive 6 defensive).
ASVEL travel to current 12th placed Limoges for their next LNB game on Saturday November 28 after playing Mons-Hainaut on Tuesday November 24 in the FIBA Europe Cup.
ASVEL hosted Donar Groningen on Tuesday November 17 winning by a massive 36 points to remain unbeaten in Group A and ensure they go through to the Round of 32 in the FIBA Europe Cup.
After a fairly even start, ASVEL held a one point lead at the end of the first quarter but a 21-11 second quarter saw the home team 11 points up at the major break.
ASVEL kept to Donar Groningen to 11 points every quarter except the last where they scored 12 points with the final score line reading 81-45.
Dave played 17:46 minutes shooting at 83.3 per cent from the floor with 2-3 two pointers and 3-3 three pointers for a total of 13 points for the game.
Dave pulled in the most rebounds for ASVEL with seven defensive boards and Nicolas Lang top scored with 24 points in the win.
ASVEL are sitting pretty on top of the FIBA Europe Cup and LNB Pro A Group A tables with their next LNB game scheduled for Friday November 20 at home against Rouen with their next FIBA game being an away game against Mons-Hainaut on Tuesday November 24.
Due to the tragic events in Paris on Friday night, all remaining Round 8 LNB games were cancelled, with ASVEL returning to Lyon safely. Our thoughts are with all those affected by the tragedies.
ASVEL remain on top of the Group A table in the FIBA Europe Cup after and impressive 19 point win over Kormend on Tuesday November 10.
ASVEL hosted the game and held the lead at every change with Dave starting and scoring 11 points in almost 21 minutes shooting at 50 per cent from the field and 100 per cent from the free point line.
Dave also had four defensive rebounds and four assists for the game which saw Edouard Choquet top score with 12 points and Darryl Watkins with the most rebounds for ASVEL with one offensive and four defensive boards.
ASVEL host Donar Groningen on Tuesday November 17 in game four of the FIBA Europe Cup.
ASVEL hosted Le Havre in game seven of the LNB Pro A regular season on Saturday November 7.
The home team took a 49-31 lead into the major break and did not look back, winning the game 85-55.
Dave started for ASVEL and scored 18 points, grabbed one offensive and two defensive rebounds and made two assists in his 21 minutes on the court.
Dave top scored for ASVEL shooting at 63 per cent from the floor and 100 per cent from the free throw line and Charles Kahudi was the best rebounder with one offensive and five defensive boards.
ASVEL are one game clear on the top of the table with six wins and one loss.
ASVEL host Kormend on Tuesday November 10 in game three of the FIBE Europe Cup before traveling to Orleans for game eight of the Pro A series on Saturday November 14.
ASVEL hosted Mons-Hainuat in game two of the FIBA Europe Cup overnight.
In front of a home crowd of more than 5000 spectators the home team had an easy 21 point win, 87-66.
Dave played 24 minutes in the game scoring 22 points, shooting at almost 73 per cent from the floor and 100 per cent from the free throw line.
Grabbing one offensive and six defensive rebounds for the game, Dave was the top scorer for ASVEL and equal top rebounder with Livio Jean-Charles.
The win sees ASVEL one game clear on the FIBA Europe Cup Group A table with their next FIBA game on Tuesday November 11 against Kormend.
Game six of the LNB Pro A regular season saw ASVEL host Dijon on Friday October 30. With both teams sitting on four wins and one loss top spot on the Pro A table was at stake.
ASVEL came out strong in the first half taking a40-27 lead into the major break but Dijon came back in the third quarter outscoring the home team by 10 points. ASVEL were eventual winners by two points, 69-67.
Dave played 27 minutes in the game top scoring for ASVEL with 14 points and grabbing one offensive and four defensive rebounds for the game.
ASVEL host Mons-Hainaut in game two of the FIBA Europe Cup on Tuesday November 3 and they will then go on to host Le Havre in game seven of the Pro A series on Saturday November 7.
ASVEL opened its FIBA Europe Cup account with a 19 point win over Donar Groningen in the Netherlands over night.
Taking a 41-24 point lead into half time, ASVEL looked strong, finishing with 85 points to the home teams 66.
Dave and Livio Jean-Charles were rested as a precautionary measure due to minor injuries (not serious) as reported on the official ASVEL website www.asvelbasket.com
David Lighty top scored for ASVEL with 17 points while Stephane Gombauld grabbed the most rebounds for the green team with two offensive and six defensive boards.
ASVEL host Mons-Hainaut in the Group A second game of the FIBA Europe Cup on Tuesday November 3.
The Inaugural FIBA Europe Cup tips off tonight, Tuesday October 27, with ASVEL making the trip to the Netherlands to play Donar Groningen inter first Group A game.
Tip off is 7.30pm local time (5.30am October 28 AEDST) and according to the FIBA website, all games will be broadcast live on YouTube.
Click here to visit the FIBA website and then click through to the correct YouTube channel for the game.