MartiniPlaza hosted the Cup Final
|Dates||14 October 2017 – 25 March 2018|
|Champions||Donar (6th title)|
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.
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.
|First round||October 2017||14 October 2017|
|Second round||6 November 2017|
|Third round||25 November 2017|
|Fourth round||28 November 2017||13 December 2017–9 January 2018|
|Quarter-finals||21 December 2017||16 January–1 February 2018|
|Semi-finals||1 February 2018||13 February–13 March 2018|
|Final||25 March 2018|
|Forward Lease Rotterdam||87|
|Den Helder Suns||90|
|Den Helder Suns||69||47||116|
|The Black Eagles||75|
|13 December 2017||Almere Pioneers||51–83||Landstede||Almere|
|20:00 GMT+1||Scoring by quarter: 16–21, 12–17, 11–17, 12–28|
|Report||Arena: Topsportcentrum Almere |
|20 December 2017||BV Groningen||57–86||Aris Leeuwarden||Groningen|
|20:00 GMT+1||Scoring by quarter: 19–32, 11–20, 13–15, 14–19|
|Report||Arena: Oude Alo|
|21 December 2017||ZZ Leiden||101–87||Forward Lease Rotterdam||Leiden|
|20:00 GMT+1||Scoring 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||65–90||Den Helder Suns||Weert|
|18:00 GMT+1||Scoring by quarter: 17–23, 17–16, 20–28, 11–23|
|Report||Arena: Sporthal Boshoven|
|16 January 2018||Den Helder Suns||69–74||Landstede||Den Helder|
|19:30 GMT+1||Scoring 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||85–58||Aris Leeuwarden||'s-Hertogenbosch|
|20:00 GMT+1||Scoring 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||60–87||ZZ Leiden||Katwijk|
|20:00 GMT+1||Scoring 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
|25 January 2018||Landstede||95–47||Den Helder Suns||Zwolle|
|19:30 GMT+1||Scoring 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||49–84||New Heroes||Leeuwarden|
|20:00 GMT+1||Scoring 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
|13 February 2018||Donar||95–51||Landstede||Groningen|
|19:30 GMT+1||Scoring 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 |
|18 February 2018||Landstede||77–80||Donar||Zwolle|
|20:00 GMT+1||Scoring 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 |
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