2017–18 NBB Cup

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Martiniplaza topsporthal.jpg
MartiniPlaza hosted the Cup Final
Competition details
Season 2017–18
Teams 52
Dates 14 October 2017 – 25 March 2018
Final positions
Champions Donar (6th title)
Runners-up ZZ Leiden
2018–19

The 2017–18 NBB Cup (Dutch : 2017–18 NBB-Beker) was the 50th edition of the Netherlands' national basketball cup tournament. Donar was the defending champion. Donar successfully defended its title, after beating runners-up ZZ Leiden in the Final. The Final was played on 25 March 2018 in MartiniPlaza in Groningen.

Contents

Format

In the first, second and third round teams from the Dutch second, third and fourth division participate. From the fourth round, teams from the Dutch Basketball League (DBL) enter the competition. Quarter- and semi-finals are played in a two-legged format. When a team form a tier lower than the DBL played a DBL team, one win is sufficient for the latter to advance to the next round.

Round and draw dates

RoundDraw dateDates
First roundOctober 2017 [1] 14 October 2017
Second round6 November 2017
Third round25 November 2017
Fourth round28 November 2017 [2] 13 December 2017–9 January 2018
Quarter-finals21 December 2017 [3] 16 January–1 February 2018
Semi-finals1 February 2018 [4] 13 February–13 March 2018
Final25 March 2018

Bracket

 
Fourth round Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
 
                      
 
9 January
 
 
Apollo Amsterdam 58
 
16–31 January
 
New Heroes 104
 
New Heroes 8549134
 
20 December
 
Aris Leeuwarden 5884 142
 
BV Groningen 57
 
6–13 March
 
Aris Leeuwarden 86
 
ZZ Leiden 8065145
 
14 December
 
New Heroes 6073 133
 
Onze Gezellen58
 
25 January
 
Solar-systemen Grasshoppers 74
 
Solar-systemen Grasshoppers 60
 
21 December
 
ZZ Leiden 87
 
ZZ Leiden 101
 
25 March
 
Forward Lease Rotterdam 87
 
ZZ Leiden 71
 
4 January
 
Donar 87
 
BAL 2 65
 
16–25 January
 
Den Helder Suns 90
 
Den Helder Suns 6947116
 
14 December
 
Landstede 7495 169
 
Almere Pioneers 51
 
13–18 January
 
Landstede 83
 
Donar 9580175
 
5 January
 
Landstede 5177 128
 
The Black Eagles75
 
1 February
 
Racing Beverwijk85
 
Racing Beverwijk56
 
 
 
Donar 98
 
Donar w/o
 
 
BAL [lower-alpha 1]
 

Fourth round

Walkover [lower-alpha 1] Donar 200 BAL Groningen
19:30 GMT+1
Arena: MartiniPlaza
13 December 2017 Almere Pioneers 5183 Landstede Almere
20:00 GMT+1Scoring by quarter: 16–21, 12–17, 11–17, 12–28
Report Arena: Topsportcentrum Almere
20 December 2017 BV Groningen 5786 Aris Leeuwarden Groningen
20:00 GMT+1Scoring by quarter: 19–32, 11–20, 13–15, 14–19
Report Arena: Oude Alo
21 December 2017 ZZ Leiden 10187 Forward Lease Rotterdam Leiden
20:00 GMT+1Scoring by quarter: 25-12, 29–24, 25–20, 22–31
Pts: De Jong 27
Rebs: Love 9
Asts: Love 6
Report Pts: Kanda 22
Rebs: Kanda, Setty 6
Asts: Kanda 9
Arena: Vijf Meihal
4 January 2018 BAL 2 6590 Den Helder Suns Weert
18:00 GMT+1Scoring by quarter: 17–23, 17–16, 20–28, 11–23
Report Arena: Sporthal Boshoven
9 January 2018 Apollo Amsterdam 58104 New Heroes Den Bosch Amsterdam
20:00 GMT+1Scoring by quarter: 10–36, 14–14, 13–25, 21–29
Pts: Van Schaik 13
Rebs: Van Schaik 8
Asts: Markusse 3
Report Pts: Miklusak 21
Rebs: Oudendag 11
Asts: Sherrill 6
Arena: Apollohal

Quarter-finals

First leg

16 January 2018 Den Helder Suns 6974 Landstede Den Helder
19:30 GMT+1Scoring by quarter: 20–21, 18–16, 21–22, 10–15
Pts: Koopman 17
Rebs: Koopman, McConico 7
Asts: De Paula, Thran 3
Report Pts: House 19
Rebs: House, Van Oostrum 7
Asts:three players 3
Arena: Sporthal Sportlaan
16 January 2018 New Heroes 8558 Aris Leeuwarden 's-Hertogenbosch
20:00 GMT+1Scoring by quarter: 24–19, 17–10, 28–10, 16–19
Pts: Sherrill 19
Rebs: Oudendag 16
Asts: Marshall 11
Report Pts: Van der List 17
Rebs:three players 6
Asts: Kumelis 5
Arena: Maaspoort Sports & Events
25 January 2018 Solar-systemen Grasshoppers 6087 ZZ Leiden Katwijk
20:00 GMT+1Scoring by quarter: 11–26, 19–20, 12–19, 18–22
Pts: Schelvis 13
Rebs: Van der Linden 5
Asts: Schelvis 4
Report Pts: De Jong 17
Rebs: Olah 7
Asts: Love 6
Arena: Kleinduijn
1 February 2018Racing Beverwijk5698 Donar Beverwijk
19:30 GMT+1
Report

Second leg

25 January 2018 Landstede 9547 Den Helder Suns Zwolle
19:30 GMT+1Scoring by quarter: 22–6, 27–15, 22–14, 24–12
Pts: Gregory 25
Rebs: Dahlman 8
Asts: Van Oostrum 6
Pts: Van der Vuurst de Vries 16
Rebs: Dahlman 8
Asts:2 players 2
Arena: Landstede Sportcentrum
31 January 2018 Aris Leeuwarden 4984 New Heroes Leeuwarden
20:00 GMT+1Scoring by quarter: 14–21, 8–21, 13–25, 14–17
Pts: Kratch 14
Rebs: van der List 13
Asts: Mladenovic 3
Report Pts: Miklusak 25
Rebs: Oudendag 13
Asts: Sherrill 5
Arena: Kalverdijkje

Semi-finals

First leg

13 February 2018 Donar 9551 Landstede Groningen
19:30 GMT+1Scoring by quarter: 26-13, 27–9, 15–20, 27–9
Pts: Curry 21
Rebs: Curry 9
Asts: Koenis 4
Report Pts: Dahlman 15
Rebs: Van Oostrum 6
Asts:five players 1
Arena: MartiniPlaza
6 March 2018 ZZ Leiden 8060 New Heroes Leiden
20:00 GMT+1Scoring by quarter: 16–12, 11–25, 19–14, 34–9
Pts: Vette 31
Rebs: Kherazi 8
Asts: Love 12
Report Pts: Sherrill 20
Rebs: Wessels 15
Asts: Sherrill 6
Arena: Vijf Meihal

Second leg

18 February 2018 Landstede 7780 Donar Zwolle
20:00 GMT+1Scoring by quarter: 23–20, 10–12, 20–30, 24–18
Pts: Gregory 29
Rebs: House 6
Asts: Dorsey-Walker 4
Report Pts: Curry 17
Rebs: Bruinsma 8
Asts: Curry 4
Arena: Landstede Sportcentrum
17 March 2018 New Heroes 7365 ZZ Leiden 's-Hertogenbosch
20:00 GMT+1Scoring by quarter: 26–23, 16–10, 21–17, 10–15
Pts: Sherill 31
Rebs: Oudendag 7
Asts: Bouwknecht 5
Report Pts: Love 17
Rebs: Love 5
Asts: Love 5
Arena: Maaspoort

Final

25 March 2018 Donar 8761 ZZ Leiden Groningen
14:00 GMT+1Scoring by quarter: 38–21, 16–13, 20–17, 13–20
Pts: Curry 26
Rebs: Koenis 18
Asts: Bruinsma 6
Report Pts: Love 15
Rebs: Kherrazi 6
Asts: Love, Voorn 4
Arena: MartiniPlaza

See also

Notes

  1. 1 2 On 10 December 2017, BAL withdrew its first team from the tournament. [5] Consequently, Donar automatically advanced to the quarter-finals.

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References

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