Tim Lambrecht impresses in Lithuanian basketball league


The West Flemish power forward Tim Lambrecht, youth product from Ostend with experience at Leuven Bears and Charleroi, is busy with a very good season in Lithuania, European basketball country par excellence.

Peter Rossel

Tim Lambrecht (2m08, 24) has achieved a great performance with the Lithuanian first division team Nevezis-Optibet in the midweek match against defending champion Rytas Vilnius, the top club that also participates in the Champions League. Nevesis lost narrowly, 84-86 against Vilnius. In 35’39”, the double meter from Nieuwpoort accounted for 17 points at 64% (2 of 4 two-pointers, 3 of 6 bombs and 4 of 4 free throws), 5 rebounds, 2 assists and 1 steal.

In the Lietuvos Krepsynio Lyga, the Lithuanian highest league, basic player Tim Lambrecht averages 11.43 points, 7.07 rebounds, 2.29 assists and 0.9 steals per league match at 29’18”. This season, Lambrecht has completed his goal attempts at 54.6%, with 56% on two-pointers, 40% on bombs and 73.3% on free throws. Nevesis-Optibet is in ninth position with six victories from fourteen match days. There are twelve teams in the Lithuanian first division.

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