Orleans (@2.0) vs Pau-Lacq-Orthez (@1.73)

Our Prediction:

Pau-Lacq-Orthez will win

Orleans – Pau-Lacq-Orthez Match Prediction | 06-10-2019 14:30

This disappointment was used as an opportunity to re-structure and re-strengthen the club, but although they earned immediate promotion back to the Pro A in 2010, their struggles continued, and they were relegated for a second time in 2012. Unfortunately, due to exodus of talent, a lack of coaching stability, and financial problems, the success of the club steadily waned from 2004 on, until rock-bottom was reached and the previously unthinkable happened: in 2009, the lan Barnais were relegated to the LNB Pro B after finishing in last place. With club-legend Didier Gadou entrenched as the General Manager, and former title-winning head-coach Claude Bergeaud back at the helm on the sideline, the future is bright once-again for this proud club. It was their first stint in the second division since 1976. They remain in a tussle for a playoff berth halfway through the 2014-15 season. However, the lan once again wasted no time in climbing directly back to the top-flight, and in the 2013-14 season they narrowly missed out on qualifying for the playoffs for the first time since 2006.

As this humble club from a village of 12,000 people at the foot of the Pyrnes blossomed into a power of European basketball, a move to a bigger city became necessary. Thanks to them, the Palais (still today the largest basketball-centric arena in France) was built, and the lan were able to remain in their home region of Barn. The club changed its name in 1989, becoming the lan Barnais Pau-Orthez, and moved to the city of Pau, after the inauguration of the Palais des Sports in 1991. This move was made possible by the visionary efforts of two men: Pierre Seillant, the beloved longtime president of the club, and Andr Labarrre, then-mayor of Pau.

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Orleans is ranked on the 14th place in the standings with 43 points, 40 goals scored and 47 goals received in the last 37 leagueevents. Orleans lost 2 of their last 5 matches before this match with Nancy.The attacking skills of Orleans are common, they won 2events from the last 5 played. They have failed to win 16 of their last 37 matches in Ligue 2.In their last match they lost against Le Havre.

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Serie B

The lan Barnais' biggest rival is Limoges CSP, another legendary French club, and they have been trading blows with one another for national supremacy on the hardwood, both figuratively and literally, since the early 1980s. In the 22 seasons between 1983 and 2004, the two clubs combined for 18 championships, and multiple games between the two teams resulted in fights amongst the players, including one that ended in a brawl between lan supporters and Limoges players at their old Orthez venue, La Moutte. ASVEL is also a fierce rival of the lan Barnais, and games against both of these teams are referred to as the "Clasico's" of French basketball, receiving tremendous hype from the media and fans.

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They are one of the most successful clubs in French basketball history, as they have won nine French League championships and have had European-wide successes as well. lan Barnais Pau-Lacq-Orthez, also known as simply lan Barnais,[1] and formerly known as lan Barnais Pau-Orthez, is a French professional basketball club that is based in Pau.[2][3] They compete in the top-tier French league, the LNB Pro A.

*Serie A

This was the first of many pieces of silverware that would be added to the club's trophy cabinet over the next two decades. Their ascent continued by winning the FIBA Kora Cup in 1984, defeating Crvena zvezda in the final in Paris (Palais des sports Pierre-de-Coubertin). They were immediately relegated back to the second division, but returned to the top flight in 1976. The club then made their European debut one year later, in 1977, by qualifying for the FIBA Kora Cup. The club first reached the top level of French professional basketball in 1973.

More success followed as the lan Barnais were finally crowned champions of France for the first time, winning back-to-back titles in 1986 and 1987. It was a magical run, as they defeated European giants or traditional clubs of European basketball like algiris, Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv, Real Madrid, Zadar and that season's champions, Tracer Milano, on their home court, La Moutte. Despite their status as newcomers, they were anything but intimidated, completing their maiden campaign of 1986-87 with a shock 3rd-place finish and a perfect record at home. This earned them entry into the FIBA European Champions' Cup (present-day Euroleague). The lan Barnais would remain a fixture in European competition every season thereafter, until 2008, setting a European longevity record of 31 years in the process(19772008).