BetFirst BNXT League: Dutch teams with the reaction in Elite Gold?

Belgian Player of the Year is heading to Heroes Den Bosch tonight with Kangaroos Mechelen. — © GOYVAERTS/GMAX AGENCY

The second day of the cross-border phase in the BNXT League brings two games in Elite Gold tonight. Let’s see if the Dutch teams, who collected a 0 out of 5 on the first match day, have a reaction in their own midst. In Elite Silver, Bergen opened on Wednesday with a 65-66 victory at Feyenoord Rotterdam.

Patrick Ceulemans

Kangaroos Mechelen will travel to Den Bosch tonight (8 pm). Den Bosch achieved 18 out of 18 in the Domestic League and against Dutch opponents, but lost against Limburg United on the first match day in Elite Gold. Kangoeroes Mechelen opened with a win at home against ZZ Leiden, but realizes that it will be a tough job tonight in the Maaspoort. The Maneblusseres miss Jo van Buggenhout (muscle injury). Charleroi travels to the far Aris Leeuwarden tonight. After a win against Landstede Hammers, the Spirous are also looking for a 2 on 2. On Saturday there is also a long trip for Limburg United to Groningen and Oostende will move to ZZ Leiden, which conquered the Dutch Cup last Sunday. New cup winner Antwerp Giants, with the German debutant Ferdinand Zylka (replacement of Spencer Butterfield), comes into action on Sunday in Zwolle and versus Landstede Hammers ZwolleElite SilverBergen already opened the second day of Elite Silver on Wednesday with a 65-66 win in Feyenoord Rotterdam. On Saturday there will be Basketball Academy Limburg from Weert versus Liège and on Sunday Den Helder Suns-Leuven Bears and Yoast United Nijmegen-Brussels.

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