The emotion is still there. Indelible. Powerful. Ten years later, Frédéric Donnadieu still remembers the “goosebumps” and “chills” that run down the spine of the players and staff in the hallway, behind the huge glass facade, before entering the floor of the Coubertin Stadium. The Parisian room, transformed into a green cauldron, where Nanterre won, against Strasbourg in June 2013, one of the most unexpected titles of French champion of French basketball. Just two years after their historic rise to the top flight.