Here are the boxscores (when available) of the last two rounds in the Belgian Division II competition:
Division II - Round Twenty-Three
Port of Antwerp Giants II vs. CEP Fleurus: 83-86 Score evolution: 22-24, 38-44, 61-67 and 83-86. Best scorers: Giants II: D. Donkor 31, A. Rojas Palma 2, O. Kanda Kanyinda 3, A. Van Vliet 4, Y. Schoepen 10, M. Rademakers 11, D. Marchant 22. CEP F: A. Marion 8, K. Jonniaux 20, C. Manzanza 9, T. Bauwens 10, L. Hazard 16, C. Ilongo 23.
Cuva Houthalen vs. Kangoeroes Boom: 86-96 Score evolution: 18-26, 44-47, 63-67 and 86-96. Best scorers: Cuva: B. Maesen 4, R. McCollum 16, J. Westrol 22, B. Tracey 14, D. Clemente 4, C. Koonings 1, J. Delalieux 6, H. Vanwijn 9, O. Hodge 10. Kangoeroes: S. Bellin 17, W. Dobbelaere 13, D. Souveryns 9, W. Van Schil 24, M. Gorremans 22, D. Dhaens 11.
BBC Haantjes Oudenaarde vs. Union Mons Hainaut II: 78-73 Score evolution: 19-18, 35-44, 49-61 and 78-73. Best scorers: Haantjes: N. Delepeleire 3, G. Delepeleire 4, J. Bourdeaux 20, F. Moerman 3, J. Salumu 16, G. Mestdag 16, M. Linskens 8, L. Lhote 8. Mons Hainaut II: N/A
Bent Schoenen Waregem vs. Essor Charleroi (Spirou B): 80-65 Score evolution: 19-12, 42-35,61-47 and 80-65. Best scorers: BS Waregem: A. Steinbach 10, O. Foucart 20, T. Foucart 17, S. Dhondt 4, A. Gueye 3, S. Naudts 12, H. Loontiens 3, B. Samaey 11. Essor: N/A
Gent Dragons vs. BasKet Tongeren: 73-77 Score evolution: 21-24, 37-45, 56-62 and 73-77. Best scorers: Dragons: J. Jones 4, B. Heinle 7, R. Spaens 2, L. Tielens 2, F. Lait 9, T. Van De Vondel 22, M. Van Gelder, L. Enobakhare 19. BK Tongeren: J. Van Hoecke 2, M. Hendrix 7, K. Doukmani 3, J. Delva 7, P. Pipeleers 19, H. Baert 13, J. Moonen 19, J. Eskens 7.
Sint-Jan Antwerp vs. Sint-Niklase Condors: 67-59 Score evolution: 21-11, 31-27, 53-44 and 67-59. Best scorers: Sint-Jan: V. Haerbos 2, B. Hartshorne 10, V. Verbeeck 3, B. Raes 4, N. El Khounchar 5, A. Druwez 9, S. Geukens 24, L. Anthonis 6, M. Brown 4. Condors: B. De Beukeleer 10, E. Lasisi 12, B. Bogaert 3, S. Vermeulen 12, D. Bovoy 5, N. Maris 2, J. Gerlo 15.
Division II - Round Twenty-Four
BasKet Tongeren vs. Port of Antwerp Giants II: 91-85
Essor Charleroi (Spirou B) vs. Gent Dragons: 53-70 Score evolution: 9-22, 19-35, 37-51 and 53-70. Best scorers: Essor: N/A Dragons: J. Jones 7, B. Heinle 12, R. Spaens 10, L. Tielens 6, F. Lait 5, T. Van De Vondel 11, Van Gelder 5, L. Enobakhare 13, C. Tshimuanga 1.
Cuva Houthalen vs. Point Chaud Sprimont: 78-65 Best scorers: Cuva: N/A PC Sprimont: G. Vrancken 7, J.-B. Thome 11, F. Manset 9, Dispa 4, F. Delsaute 10, J. Flagothier 10, G. Donnay 14.
Sint-Niklase Condors vs. Excelsior Brussels: 74-69 Free video highlights on tvbrussel.be: http://www.tvbrussel.be/nl/video/4/basketbal-sint-niklaas-excelsior. Score evolution: 20-19, 42-39, 55-56 and 74-69. Best scorers: Condors: N/A Excelsior: N. Verrept 4, M. Depuydt 6, J. Van Haevermaet 9, G. De Pooter 10, L. Maesfrancx 14, J. De Schepper 13, S. Pelle 6, R. Oveneke 7.
Kangoeroes Boom vs. BBC Haantjes Oudenaarde: 102-76 Best scorers: Kangoeroes: S. Bellin 9, S. Hemeleers 8, W. Dobbelaere 23, D. Souverijns 22, W. Van Schil 9, M. Gorremans 18, D. Dhaens 6, M. Bessems 3, E. Derby 4. Haantjes: N/A
CEP Fleurus vs. Union Mons Hainaut II: 82-73 Score evolution: 26-20, 37-47, 60-64 and 82-73. Best scorers: CEP F: A. Marion 5, K. Jonniaux 11, T. Bauwens 17, L. Hazard 16, S. Muric 4, C. Ilongo 29. Mons Hainaut II: E. Lecomte 27, G. Vlamynck 5, L. Schwartz 17, D. Walasiak 2, M. Renard 5, A. Gorgemans 17.
Point Chaud Sprimont vs. Bent Schoenen Waregem: 70-79 Score evolution: 19-27, 44-46, 60-60 and 70-79. Best scorers: PC Sprimont: F. Delsaute 19, J.-B. Thome 8, G. Vrancken 16, F. Forthomme 5, G. Hertay 20, Dispa 2. BS Waregem: A. Steinbach 13, S. Naudts 13, O. Foucart 15, S. Dhondt 6, A. Gueye 8, N. Destadsbader 4, B. Samaey 9, T. Foucart 11.
Ethias League Round 1 of Semi-Finals. Mons-Hainaut and Aalstar earn wins - May 22, 2013
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Spirou - M.Hainaut 53-64
Mons-Hainaut surprised Spirou away from home to take 1-0 lead in the semifinal series. It looked good early as Spirou Charleroi took an 4-point lead at the end of first quarter. But then Belfius Mons-Hainaut had a 16-9 second period charge getting the lead and Spirou Charleroi was not able to take back game control losing it eventually 53-64. The game was dominated by American players [read more]
Mons-Hainaut surprised Spirou away from home to take 1-0 lead in the semifinal series. It looked good early as Spirou Charleroi took an 4-point lead at the end of first quarter. But then Belfius Mons-Hainaut had a 16-9 second period charge getting the lead and Spirou Charleroi was not able to take back game control losing it eventually 53-64. The game was dominated by American players. Worth to mention a great performance of guard Quincy Taylor (196-82, college: UAB) who helped to win the game recording 12 points and 6 rebounds. Forward Justin Cage (198-85, college: Xavier, agency: Priority Sports) contributed with 14 points and 5 rebounds for the winners. Swingman Devin Green (201-82, college: Hampton) answered with a double-double by scoring 13 points and 11 rebounds and point guard Jerome Randle (178-87, college: California) added 14 points in the effort for Spirou Charleroi. Both coaches used bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. Top scorers: Spirou: J.Randle 14+3reb+3ast, D.Green 13+11reb+2ast, J.Hamilton 7+2reb+1ast, C.Beghin 7+1reb+1ast, S.Massot 4+3reb, D.Allen 4+2reb M.Hainaut: J.Cage 14+5reb, Q.Taylor 12+6reb+2ast, M.Randle 11+5reb, J.Bostic 9+5reb+2ast, G.Muya 9+5reb+1ast, B.Qvale 5+3reb
Aalstar shot down Oostende on the road to gain the lead in the series. The guests trailed by 1 point after first quarter, but they stormed back to get the 3-point lead at the halftime and eventually won the game 95-84. Okapi Aalstar made 25-of-29 free shots (86.2 percent) during the game. 26 personal fouls committed by Base Oostende helped opponents get some easy free throw opportunities. American guard Ryan Thompson (198-89, college: Rider) fired 28 points for the winners. His fellow American import Derek Raivio (190-84, college: Gonzaga) chipped in a double-double by scoring 19 points and 11 assists. Four Okapi Aalstar players scored in double figures. American guard Matt Lojeski (198-85, college: Hawaii) produced 32 points, 5 rebounds, 6 assists and 4 steals and Serbian-Montenegrin guard Dusan Djordjevic (195-83, agency: Beo Basket) added 17 points respectively for lost side. Base Oostende's coach rotated ten players in this game, but that didn't help. Top scorers: Oostende: M.Lojeski 32+5reb+6ast, D.Djordjevic 17+4reb+3ast, M.Stojic 13+3reb, B.Wright 7+2reb+1ast, S.Singletary 6+2reb+2ast, Q.Serron 3+1reb Aalstar: R.Thompson 28+3reb+1ast, D.Raivio 19+1reb+11ast, J.Tofi 16+6reb+2ast, A.Ruoff 14+2reb+1ast, C.Young 8+13reb, T.Dreesen 6
Belfius Mons-Hainaut keep Justin Cage - May 22, 2013
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Belfius Mons-Hainaut and Justin Cage (198-F-85, agency: Priority Sports, college: Xavier) have agreed on terms of contract extension. The forward signed a new one-year deal with the team. Justin Cage joined Mons-Hainaut back in 2009. He tallied 11.4 points, 4.5 rebounds and 1.5 assists per game this season. The forward also delivered 8.5 points, 3.0 rebounds and 2.0 assists per appearance. Previously Justin Cage had stints with Liege Basket, Colorado 14ers, Union Olimpija [read more]
Belfius Mons-Hainaut and Justin Cage (198-F-85, agency: Priority Sports, college: Xavier) have agreed on terms of contract extension. The forward signed a new one-year deal with the team. Justin Cage joined Mons-Hainaut back in 2009. He tallied 11.4 points, 4.5 rebounds and 1.5 assists per game this season. The forward also delivered 8.5 points, 3.0 rebounds and 2.0 assists per appearance. Previously Justin Cage had stints with Liege Basket, Colorado 14ers, Union Olimpija. He was named Atlantic 10 Tournament MVP back in his college time. Justin Cage also earned All-Belgian League Honourable Mention in 2011.
Some time ago Excelsion Brussels received their license to play the 2013-2014 in the Ethias League. Today the team announced part of their roster for next season. Most of the players are new for the team now called Brussels Basketball [read more]
Some time ago Excelsion Brussels received their license to play the 2013-2014 in the Ethias League. Today the team announced part of their roster for next season. Most of the players are new for the team now called Brussels Basketball. Besides the earlier announced Brandon Ubel, the team's other foreign players are Canadian Stephen Ross (201-G/F-80, agency: Court Side, college: Santa Clara) and Senegalese Ahmet Gueye (203-C/F-82, college: Hawaii) who most recently played for Waregem. New to the team are former Gembo players Nick Celis (194-G-88) and Eurobasket's D2 player of the year Domien Loubry (186-G-85). Maxime Verspeeten (192-SG-94), Ludovic Pourtoit (182-G-88), Geoffrey Hockins (188-PG-88), Maxime Depuydt (192-F-92), Toly Kazakis are the other names released by the team. They also announced to still be negotiating with a small forward and want to add another power forward and one player with dual affiliation. Ross is a Canadian with lots of European experience having played before in Levallois, Leiden, Groningen and most recently Craiova and Cluj Napoca in Rumania. This past season in Rumania he averaged 11.7 ppg and 5.9 rpg. The team will still be coached by Serge Crevecoeur
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