Jordan-Skipper Brown moves to Brussels, Justin Kohadja stays until the end of the season and duo Gutenius and Pipiras leave club from the capital

Jordan-Skpper Brown (ex-Leuven Bears) moves to Brussels. — © Well

Brussels continues to stir on the transfer market. It attracted the American Jordan-Skpper Brown (ex-Leuven Bears). The Belgian center Justin Kohadja then extended until the end of the season. After the Belgian Lion duo Jonathan Tabu and Kevin Tumba, the Swede William Gutenius and the Lithuanian Ferdinand Zylka also leave the club from the capital.

Patrick Ceulemans, Wim Redant

With Jordan Skipper-Brown (24, 1m99) Brussels secured a new power forward. Skipper-Brown started the season at Leuven Bears, where his contract was terminated a few weeks ago after a conflict with coach Eddy Casteels. Afterwards, the athletic American’s contract was terminated after several absences. In Brussels, his rebound power and strong defense are counted on, while coach Jean-Marc Jaumin has to keep Skipper-Brown in line.

Justin Kohajda (24, 2m06), ex-Ostend, Liège, Limburg United, Okapi Aalst and Real Vallodolid (Spain) among others, extended his contract in Neder-Over-Heembeek until the end of the season. Justin Kohajda signed a monthly contract in December, but was now recruited as a replacement for the Swede William Gutenius, who found shelter in Iceland. Lithuanian Rytis Pipiras continued to struggle with his big toe and returned to his home country.

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