2022 BNXT League Dutch Playoffs

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2022 BNXT League Dutch Playoffs
CountryNetherlands
Dates3–29 May 2022
Teams6
Champions Heroes Den Bosch
Runners-up ZZ Leiden
Semifinalists

The 2022 BNXT League Dutch Playoffs is the national playoffs of the Netherlands as part of the 2021–22 BNXT League season. The playoffs will determine which team is crowned the Dutch national basketball champion. Eliminated teams advance to the BNXT Playoffs, were they play for the BNXT title. The playoffs started on 3 May 2022.

Contents

Playoff qualifying

SeedTeamDomestic Phase
record
International Phase
record
1 ZZ Leiden 17–36–4
2 Heroes Den Bosch 18–24–6
3 Donar 14–65–5
4 Landstede Hammers 14–60–10
5 Feyenoord 10–100–10
6 Aris Leeuwarden 9–115–5

Bracket

Quarterfinals
3–7 May
Semifinals
10–14 May
Finals
21–29 May
1 ZZ Leiden 3
4 Landstede Hammers 24 Landstede Hammers 0
5 Feyenoord 0 1 ZZ Leiden 2
2 Heroes Den Bosch 3
2 Heroes Den Bosch 3
3 Donar 23 Donar 0
6 Aris Leeuwarden 1

Quarterfinals

The semifinals were played in a best-of-three format.

Donar vs Aris Leeuwarden

3 May 2022 Donar 6972 Aris Leeuwarden Groningen
19:30Scoring by quarter:20–18, 16–20, 20–22, 13–12
Pts: Thomas 12
Rebs: Koenis 6
Asts: Gavin 4
PIR: Thomas 17
Boxscore Pts: Brock 19
Rebs: Pruitt 8
Asts: Brock 5
PIR: Brock 21
Arena: MartiniPlaza
Attendance: 2,600
5 May 2022 Aris Leeuwarden 6299 Donar Leeuwarden
20:00Scoring by quarter: 13–33, 7–27, 20–22, 22–17
Pts: Pruitt 13
Rebs: Doorson 7
Asts: Brock 4
PIR: Pruitt 17
Boxscore Pts: Addison 15
Rebs: Caruso 8
Asts: Gavin, Luke 6
PIR: Caruso 20
Arena: Kalverdijkje
7 May 2022 Donar 9982 Aris Leeuwarden Groningen
20:00Scoring by quarter:28–21, 17–18, 25–25, 29–18
Pts: Addison 25
Rebs: Brandwijk 14
Asts:three players 5
PIR: three players 21
Boxscore Pts: Cooper 20
Rebs: Cooper, Pruitt 5
Asts: Logan 8
PIR: Logan 25
Arena: MartiniPlaza
Attendance: 2,800

Landstede Hammers vs Feyenoord

3 May 2022 Landstede Hammers 8879 Feyenoord Zwolle
20:00Scoring by quarter: 24–18, 15–15, 30–26, 19–22
Pts: Diculescu 22
Rebs: De Pagter 7
Asts: Schilder 8
PIR: Echols 22
Boxscore Pts: Rhodes 30
Rebs: Rhodes 9
Asts: Bruining 4
PIR: Rhodes 30
Arena: Landstede Sportcentrum
Attendance: 500
5 May 2022 Feyenoord 7181 Landstede Hammers Rotterdam
19:00Scoring by quarter: 17–11, 14–26, 19–20, 21–24
Pts: Wellian 18
Rebs: Stolk 9
Asts: Sow 4
PIR: Stolk 17
Boxscore Pts: Dahlman 27
Rebs: Þorbjarnarson 13
Asts: Þorbjarnarson 8
PIR: Dahlman 25
Arena: Topsportcentrum Rotterdam
Attendance: 125

Semifinals

The semifinals were played in a best-of-five format.

Heroes Den Bosch vs Donar

10 May 2022
Game 1
Heroes Den Bosch 7765Donar 's-Hertogenbosch
20:00Scoring by quarter:19–11, 18–23, 23–17, 17–14
Pts: Maxhuni 22
Rebs: Kherrazi 12
Asts: Maxhuni 5
PIR: Maxhuni, van der Mars 20
Boxscore Pts: Egekeze 12
Rebs: Thomas 7
Asts: Luke 8
PIR: Egekeze 12
Arena: Maaspoort
Attendance: 1,200
12 May 2022
Game 2
Donar6773 Heroes Den Bosch Groningen
20:00Scoring by quarter: 11–16, 17–22, 20–20, 19–15
Pts: Addison 16
Rebs: Caruso 9
Asts: Luke 4
PIR: Caruso 16
Boxscore Pts: Hammink 20
Rebs: Kherrazi 10
Asts: Maxhuni 5
PIR: Mounce 21
Arena: MartiniPlaza
Attendance: 2,700
14 May 2022
Game 3
Heroes Den Bosch 8172Donar 's-Hertogenbosch
20:00Scoring by quarter: 14–20, 30–14, 15–20, 22–18
Pts: Maxhuni 17
Rebs: Mounce 8
Asts: Maxhuni 7
PIR: Mounce 22
Boxscore Pts: Addison 17
Rebs: Caruso 8
Asts: Luke 7
PIR: Egekeze 21
Arena: Maaspoort
Attendance: 2,000

ZZ Leiden vs Landstede Hammers

10 May 2022
Game 1
ZZ Leiden 9179 Landstede Hammers Leiden
20:00Scoring by quarter: 24–15, 17–21, 29–19, 21–24
Pts: Dunn 29
Rebs: Dunn 6
Asts: Tubutis 5
PIR: Dunn 29
Boxscore Pts: Echols 24
Rebs: Bleeker 12
Asts: Bleeker, Echols 4
PIR: Echols 23
Arena: Vijf Meihal
Attendance: 1,436
12 May 2022
Game 1
Landstede Hammers 7989 ZZ Leiden Zwolle
19:30Scoring by quarter: 26–26, 22–19, 14–24, 17–20
Pts: Dahlman 30
Rebs:Four players 5
Asts: Diculescu, Echols 6
PIR: Dahlman 32
Boxscore Pts: Dunn 25
Rebs: Midtgaard 8
Asts: De Jong 6
PIR: Dunn 24
Arena: Landstede Sportcentrum
Attendance: 500
14 May 2022
Game 3
ZZ Leiden 7169 Landstede Hammers Leiden
20:00Scoring by quarter:23–14, 18–16, 10–20, 20–19
Pts: Midtgaard 16
Rebs: Midtgaard 12
Asts: Ververs 8
PIR: Ververs 25
Boxscore Pts: Echols 22
Rebs: de Pagter 6
Asts:three players 4
PIR: Echols 17
Arena: Vijf Meihal
Attendance: 1,967

Final

The finals will be played in a best of five format.

ZZ Leiden vs Heroes Den Bosch

21 May 2022
Game 1
ZZ Leiden 8392 Heroes Den Bosch Leiden
20:00Scoring by quarter: 21–25, 22–22, 26–22, 14–23
Pts: Bouwknecht 19
Rebs: Tubutis 6
Asts: Ververs 7
PIR: Tubutis 15
Boxscore Pts: Price 28
Rebs: Kherrazi 10
Asts: Kherrazi 7
PIR: Price 22
Arena: Vijf Meihal
Attendance: 2,366
Referees: Tijmen Last (crewchief), Mohamed Shouman (umpire) & Stan Kestein (umpire)
23 May 2022
Game 2
Heroes Den Bosch 7490 ZZ Leiden 's-Hertogenbosch
20:00Scoring by quarter: 10–23, 23–24, 19–18, 22–25
Pts: Mounce 22
Rebs: van der Mars 10
Asts: van Vliet 5
PIR: Mounce 22
Boxscore Pts: Dunn 25
Rebs: Tubutis 8
Asts: Ververs 5
PIR: Dunn 20
Arena: Maaspoort
Attendance: 2,000
Referees: Bert van Slooten (crewchief), Nico Zwiep (umpire) & Floris Janse de Jonge (umpire)
25 May 2022
Game 3
ZZ Leiden 8768 Heroes Den Bosch Leiden
19:00Scoring by quarter: 22–26, 19–18, 28–14, 18–10
Pts: Dunn 28
Rebs: de Jong 8
Asts: Ververs 4
PIR: Dunn 27
Boxscore Pts: Hammink 19
Rebs: Hammink, Kherrazi 7
Asts: Kherrazi 4
PIR: Hammink 22
Arena: Vijf Meihal
Attendance: 1,799
Referees: Tijmen Last (crewchief), Arnoud van Bochove (umpire) & Maurits Witvliet (umpire)
27 May 2022
Game 4
Heroes Den Bosch 6152 ZZ Leiden 's-Hertogenbosch
20:00Scoring by quarter: 14–17, 15–14, 16–8, 16–13
Pts: Maxhuni 16
Rebs: Kherrazi 12
Asts: van Vliet 4
PIR: van der Mars 21
Boxscore Pts: Dunn, Ververs 9
Rebs: Midtgaard 8
Asts: Mikalauskas 5
PIR: Ververs 13
Arena: Maaspoort
Attendance: 2,500
Referees: Bert van Slooten (crewchief), Mohamed Shouman (umpire) & Maurits Witvliet (umpire)
29 May 2022
Game 5
ZZ Leiden 7481 Heroes Den Bosch Leiden
15:00Scoring by quarter:22–17, 20–28, 11–11, 21–25
Pts: Dunn 32
Rebs: Tubutis 7
Asts: Ververs 5
PIR: Dunn 29
Boxscore Pts: Mounce 23
Rebs: van der Mars 16
Asts: van Vliet 7
PIR: Mounce 25
Arena: Vijf Meihal
Attendance: 2,196
Referees: Arnoud van Bochove (crewchief), Tijmen Last (umpire) & Stan Kestein (umpire)


Winning roster

Source: [1]

No.PosPlayer
2G Boy van Vliet
4FFlorian Rijkers
6F/CMike Carlson
7PGEdon Maxhuni
9F Mohamed Kherrazi
10G/F Keime Helfrich
11G/F Shane Hammink
21C Thomas van der Mars
23GDwayne Lautier-Gounleye
31G Austin Price
33C Morgan Stilma
61PFClay Mounce
HC Erik Braal
ACMike de Kraker

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