TK Edogi for the first time in while lead his team St Chamond with 18 points but was not enough as they suffered a blow-out 76-106 loss to Paris.
Edogi had one of his best performances of the season, adding 5 rebounds with the 18 points scored, sadly his superb individual display was overshadowed by loss to the Parisians.
Paris had 7 players with double digit points, led by Kamagate with 18 points.
In another game Josh Ajayi had a joint game best 22 points to help Nantes cruise past Vichy-Clermont 91-70.
Ajayi and Smith had same points same rebounds with only assist separating the duo.
The aforementioned player who has the Nigerian heritage has been impressive for Nantes this season, adding some offensive sparks to the team.
The victory means Nantes have secured back to back victory, coming from the back of three consecutive loss, against Evreux, Paris and Aix-maurienne.
Odiakhosa Dinma added 8 points 5 rebounds as Killed were comprehensively beaten by Quimper 104-73.
Both Lawrence Ekperigin and Lautier Ogunleye combined for 26 points for Poitiers who suffered another defeat, this time to Ada Blois 66-76. Kenneth Omoerah did not play any part in the loss