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Myles Hesson scored a season-high 29 points last night to lead Gravelines to victory in Pro-A action in France.
The GB forward went 4-of-8 from downtown and 7/8 free throws on his way to registering his best points tally in his second season in France.
Hesson also hauled down seven boards having scored 20 by half-time to help lead his side to an eventual 91-81 win over fellow FIBA Europe Cup side Nanterre.
The 26-year-old’s previous best in the French top-flight was 27 points which came in a 73-79 loss for Dijon last year.
However, Hesson finished two points shy of a pro career-high – according to his FIBA profile – having scored 31 points in a playoff game in Germany’s Pro-A back in April, 2014.
Hesson is now averaging 12.2 points per game on the season with Gravelines improving to an 8-7 record in Pro-A.
Check out his highlights from the first half of the season, HERE.
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