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Nolan Traoré (Saint-Quentin) shone during the Nike Hoop Summit in Portland

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Nolan Traoré (Saint-Quentin) shone during the Nike Hoop Summit in Portland

Young Saint-Quentin leader Nolan Traoré made an impression at the Nike Hoop Summit on Saturday evening in Portland. He finished second in Team World‘s top scorer with 18 points (8/14 shooting, 2/4 from distance) and 4 assists. The 17-year-old prodigy was unable to prevent his team’s defeat against Team USA (98-75). An anecdotal result for this match which takes place every year in the United States with the most promising players on the planet. In the past, several future big names have cut their teeth there, such as Kevin Garnett, Dirk Nowitzki and Tony Parker. This year, players born in 2006 and 2007 were invited to attract scouts from NBA franchises.

After starting the season at the Center Fédéral du Pôle France, Nolan Traoré signed with Saint-Quentin in Betclic Élite at the end of March. With the Federal Center, he recorded 16.8 points per game, as well as 5.5 assists and 2 interceptions. He is one of the most promising French players of his generation. The American media ESPN places him at the 14e position de la Mock Draft 2025. At the top of the podium we find the American phenomenon Cooper Flagg. The future Duke University player also showed his advantage on the floor of the Moda Center in Portland: he was elected MVP of the match with 19 points and 11 rebounds for Team USA.

At the 2025 Draft, Nolan Traoré could perhaps imitate his brother, Armel, who declared himself at the 2024 Draft. The big brother is having a solid season with ADA Blois in Betclic Elite, with the hope of being one of the lucky 60 who will be called during the ceremony between June 26 and 27.

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