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The last time it played in the EuroCup, Levallois Metropolitans was seconds away from reaching the semifinals and now club from the French capital is ready to make its return to the competition after two seasons away. Paris was a serious contender in the French league last season. Led by the veteran backcourt duo of Jason Rich and Louis Campbell, the team put together a run of seven wins in eight games to skyrocket up in the standings, but finished sixth in the regular season after dropping four of the last five games. In the playoff quarterfinals, however, Paris Levallois swept local rival Nanterre despite not having the home-court advantage in the best-of-three quarterfinals, before eventual champion Elan Chalon ousted Paris 3-1 in the best-of-five semifinals. Now, Coach Fred Fauthoux’s squad is poised to build on last season and make its presence felt in the EuroCup.