Salaries 2021-2022 – Gravelines-Dunkerque : Brandon Taylor and J.D. Jackson, winning returns

After two seasons of playing with fire, Gravelines-Dunkerque have regained stability by carrying out a hard-hitting recruitment of foreign players. BCM thus hopes to capitalize to definitively regain its rank : the middle of the table.

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Ninth budget of the championship (5.2 million euros), BCM has everything of the team in the middle of the table. This is more than ever the case in the standings since Gravelines, capable of winning at Le Mans, Bourg, or of pushing ASVEL back to its entrenchments as well as of making losing series… is now at the 12h place, with a negative balance (9-11). Their results for the last two years, however, left some uncertainty at the start of the year, the stop of the championship saving them from relegation in 2019-2020 then ensuring their maintenance at the very end of the season in 2020-2021, all in the middle of plenty of coaches.

The doubts are now removed. The success of the Maritimes – eleventh payroll with 1.61 million euros according to our information – is due to two things: the stability found around the coach, J.D. Jackson, and the success of his back line. PG Brandon Taylor justifies his salary, the highest in the group (180l euros annually). BCM’s leader – 15.7 points and 5.3 assists for 15.7 evaluation – earns more than at Le Mans, where he posted similar statistics, but the American have this time missed just one game on 20, when he played only 14 games two years ago, due to thumb

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