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BNXT-League: Kortrijk brings Charleroi to his knees after double extension |  Basketball

BNXT-League: Kortrijk brings Charleroi to his knees after double extension | Basketball

Basketball on home soil. Follow the results of the seventh round of the BNXT League on this page. Mechelen regained its place at the top with a win over Leuven, and Kortrijk defeated Charleroi after extra time.







Game day
Leuven Mechelen 73-84
Kortrik Charleroi 77-71
Antwerp giants Ostend fed up
To put away Aren’t you? fed up
shutter Limburg United sun
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  1. 23 hours 01. Kortrijk wins after double overtime. In Kortrijk-Charleroi, spectators enjoyed a long Friday evening. The score was 57-57 at the end of normal time. After the first overtime there was no winner and the score was 65-65. In the second overtime, the two teams maintained their speed until 69-69. Then the West Flemish team pressed the accelerator and opened a 6-point gap: 75-69. Kortrijk kept this bonus: 77-71 was the final score. Kortrijk is level with Charleroi in the standings. They each have 9 points, which puts them in joint fourth place. .
  2. 11pm Watch the summary of the exciting match between Kortrijk and Charleroi.

    Watch the summary of the exciting match between Kortrijk and Charleroi

  3. 10pm 57. Kortrijk-Charleroi 77-71. Quarters: 19-17, 12-9, 15-17, 11-14, 20-14 (extra time) Top scorers Kortrijk: Gardner 23, Burton 16 and Boydett 13. Top scorers Charleroi: Preblic and Samardzic 13, Butler and Cota 12.
  4. 03-11-2023.
  5. 23 hours 58. Michelin wins in Leuven. Mechelen won their seventh regular season game in the BNXT League, the Belgian-Dutch cross-border basketball competition. The Kangaroos defeated the Bears 73-84 (halftime: 40-40) in a visit to Leuven Sport Oz. Wayne Mocobo scored eighteen points for Mechelen. On the other hand, Terek Key scored twenty points. Michelin now leads the standings with 11 points from seven matches, along with Brussels (11 points from 6 matches). Limburg United (10 points from 5 matches) ranks third, ahead of Leuven (9 points from 7 matches), Ostend (5 matches) and Antwerp (5 matches). .
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