The Blues’ semi-final seriousness and stability put them 40 minutes from the Grail.

In the championship game, Evan Fournier and the Blues will take on Spain. TOBIAS SCHWARZ / AFP

DECRYPTION Before moving on to the championship game versus Spain at 8:30 p.m. on Sunday, the French team played Poland and almost exactly replicated their performance from earlier in the tournament.

That would be the French national team. According to Vincent Collet, the authors of an “excellent defensive effort” and a “full match from A to Z,” respectively. Evan Fournier claims that the Blues had little trouble defeating Poland, who was the unexpected participant in the final four of the EuroBasket. The victory was achieved with a score of 95–54. The difference was 41 points in the first half of the euro. A benchmark. The previous one was from 1963, and it involved a deficit of 38 points for the Soviet Union versus Hungary (89-51). “Gershon Yabusele, the most valuable player of the game with 22 points, smiles and says, “We can always do better.” Maybe, but the copy was not too far from ideal for his big-hearted Blues, who qualified on the razor’s edge in the eighth round against Turkey (87-86 ap) and again against Italy, in the quarterfinals. Both of these games were played in Italy (93-85 AD). “For the viewers, it’s better, for their hearts,” laughs Andrew Albany, who is to be credited with an unquestionable defense against the finest Polish scorers, in the same manner, that Manceau Terry Tarpey, who never ceases to amaze and justify his rank…

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