Tag: Ian Hanavan


Ian Hanavan and Phoenix Brussels part ways

Ian Hanavan and Phoenix Brussels part ways, the team announced on Monday. The loss against Liège was the straw that breaks the camel’s back. Ian Hanavan is no longer the head coach of Phoenix Brussels. After a difficult first year, Brussels’s board decided to continue with Ian Hanavan, considering that the team he had last…


Ian Hanavan will not coach Brussels against Antwerp

Ian Hanavan will not coach Brussels against Antwerp tonight at the Lotto Arena. Ian Hanavan is still isolated due to the COVID-19 and he won’t be able to coach tonight. Brussels was affected by the COVID-19, as 7 members of the team were tested positive. Brussels practiced this week, but without Ian Hanavan. Laurent Kröner…


Brussels beats Limburg (77-88)

Brussels beats Limburg in friendly game. This Friday, Brussels and Limburg played a game behind closed doors. Despite a better start from Limburg, Brussels was up by 1 after 1 quarter (15-16). In the second quarter, despite Wen Mukubu‘s performance, Ian Hanavan’s team found solution in offense to increase the gap (34-43). After the break,…


The Euromillions Basketball league starts tonight

After 8 months, the Euromillions Basketball league is back ! The Euromillions Basketball league starts tonight with the game between Brussels and Antwerp. Brussels almost changed his entire roster. There are a few new faces (Pavle Djurisic, Ryan Richards, Thomas Massamba) and some well known players (Stéphane Moris, BJ Raymond). Darius Washington, the former NBA…

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2 new players for Brussels Basketball (VIDEOS)

Brussels basketball announced the arrival of 2 new players during a press conference at the Kinepolis. The first one is Ryan Richards, a British/Jamaican center (29 years old, 2M13). Richards was considered as a big talent. He was drafted by the San Antonio Spurs with the 49th overall pick in the 2010 NBA Draft but…


Some EMBL transfer news for the 2020-’21 season

While we were busy preparing our website there have already been several transfers as the EMBL teams are preparing for next season. Here’s a little overview: Most active so far on the transfer market has been Liège Basket as they have signed several youngsters (who will be competing for both their first team in EMBL…