The Belgian Lions are playing in November against Lithuania and Czech Republic in Vilnius. Dario Gjergja revealed his preliminary squad with 2 new players: Andy Van Vliet and Michael Gilmore.
If the selection of Andy Van Vliet is logic, the selection of Michael Gilmore (25 years old, 2m08) is a surprise. The nephew of basketball Hall of Famer, Artis Gilmore received a Belgian passport because his mom is a Belgian Citizen. He is a power-forward with a lot of athleticism, who can likes to shoot from long-range.
Thomas Akyazili (Bahçesehir Koleji/Tur), Ismael Bako (ASVEL/Fra), Vrenz Bleijenbergh (Antwerp), Khalid Boukichou (free agent), Haris Bratanovic (Oostende), Seppe D’Espalier (Louvain), Maxime De Zeeuw (free agent), Leander Dedroog (Limburg United), Pierre-Antoine Gillet (Oostende), Michael Gilmore (free agent), Vincent Kesteloot (Antwerp), Elias Lasisi (Bamberg/All), Emmanuel Lecomte (Fraport Skyliners/All), Alexandre Libert (Charleroi), Jean-Marc Mwema (Oostende), Retin Obasohan (Nymburk/Tch), Jean Salumu (Rasta Vechta/All), Loïc Schwartz (Oostende), Quentin Serron (Bilbao/Esp), Jonathan Tabu (Manresa/Esp), Kevin Tumba (Kolosso Rodou/Grè), Sander Van Caeneghem (Mons-Hainaut), Andy Van Vliet (BC Siauliai/Lit) et Hans Vanwijn (JDA Dijon/Fra).