Tag: Dave Dudzinski


Dave Dudzinski leaves Antwerp, signs in Turkey

Dave Dudzinski leaves Antwerp, signs in Turkey with Bursaspor. After 4 seasons with Antwerp, captain Dave Dudzinski has decided to leave Antwerp. Next season he will play in Turkey, with Bursaspor. On Instagram, Dudzinski posted a message to thank Antwerp: “It’s been my greatest pleasure to wear the Antwerp jersey for 4 years. I may…


Antwerp beats Limburg (102-88)

Antwerp beats Limburg (102-88) this Saturday in the Euromillions Basket League. For Speedy Smith’s last game, Limburg started the game well but Antwerp took control of the game and it was 27-24 after the first ten minutes. In the second quarter, both teams played well offensively and the game was tied at the break (51-51)….

European Competitions

A tale of two halves for the Antwerp Giants

In their second match-up of the EuroCup the Antwerp Giants showed two faces in their game against Morabanc Andorra. In the opening half – albeit after a slow opening 2 minutes – the Giants stepped to the forefront with strong play by Dudzinski and an excellent entrance by youngster Bleijenbergh to close the little gap…

European Competitions

Giants start EuroCup campaign with a loss on the road

Despite a strong opening half in which the Antwerp Giants gathered a 40-45 lead, they were unable to keep things going and in a pretty rough third quarter for them with plenty of turnovers and 3 missed dunks (2 misses by Fall Faye and one blocked dunk attempt by Bleijenbergh) the Giants saw the hometeam…


First win of the preseason for Antwerp against Bonn (70-77)

First game of the preseason abroad for the Antwerp Giants this Sunday against Telekom Baskets Bonn. The first quarter was in favor of the German team (20-13 after 10′), but Christophe Beghin’s team reacted well to cut the deficit to 3 at halftime (35-32 after 20′). After a close 3rd quarter, the Giants were still…


Antwerp Giants win Belgian Cup

The Telenet Giants Antwerp have prolonged their Belgian Cup title as they defeated Spirou Basket Charleroi with the 83-78 final score. The Giants really made the difference in an excellent third quarter and headed into the final quarter they were holding on to a 68-56 lead. Spirou fought back however and slowly but surely closed the gap and with…


Giants qualify for Champions League Regular Season

Despite losing the second game of their Champions League Qualification Round at Sodertalje with the 68-73 score, the Telenet Giants Antwerp have qualified for the regular season of the Champions League. Vincent Kesteloot led the Giants in scoring with 18 pts and also grabbed 4 rebs. David Dudzinski added 11 pts & 7 rebs, while Hans Vanwijn finished with 10 pts, 4…