Limburg United has no problems with Brussels and once again settles firmly in the top-3 of the BNXT League

Myles Cale led Limburg United to victory. — © Serge Minten

The thirteenth matchday of the BetFirst BNXT League opened with an easy win for Limburg United versus Brussels. On Friday there is Ostend-Charleroi, Okapi Aalst-Liège, Bergen-Leuven Bears and the regional clash Antwerp Giants-Kangaroes Mechelen.

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Limburg United again had the duo Maxime De Zeeuw and Anthony Lambot at their disposal. At Brussels, the American DJ Laster (16 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists) celebrated his debut. In a pleasant first half, Brussels remained in the wake of the Limburgers via Ferdinand Zylka (28 points): 26-23 and 53-42 halfway. With Louis Hazard (14 points) it even went to 66-63 in the third slide and the club from the capital was firmly in the game.

In the final quarter, however, Limburg United pushed hard. The American duo Myles Cale (22 points) and Alex Stein (14 points), Toon Ceyssens (16 points) and Jarne Lesuisse (12 points) took care of 84-67 and a 102-81 victory. With 8 out of 13, Limburg United is once again firmly in the top-3 of the BNXT League. Brussels remains at the bottom with 2 out of 13.

Limburg United-Brussels 102-81Quartz: 26-23, 27-19, 31-25, 18-14

Limburg United: Delalieux 5, Dedrie 5, Desiron 7, Hammonds 3, Stein 14, Cale 22, Lesuisse 12, Ceyssens 16, Dammen 8, De Zeeuw 8, Leemans 2

Brussels: Llorente 6, Zylka 28, Hazard 14, Laster 16, Kohadja 4, Skipper-Brown 5, Tshibangu 0, Camp 8

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