Brits Abroad - Week 28 Recap -

Brits Abroad – Week 28 Recap

Check out our latest round-up looking at the British players in action overseas over the past seven days.

Luol Deng recorded a double-double in his final game of the season with 14 points and 10 rebounds against Orlando before missing the last regular season game as Miami Heat missed out on the post-season. Joel Freeland had a career-high 16 points against OKC (highlights here), before finishing the regular season with 10 points and 5 boards with Portland now going on to face Memphis in the playoffs.

Matthew Bryan-Amaning Mexico led Soles to the LNBP Playoffs Championship in Mexico after scoring 18 points in the series-clinching Game 5 victory. The GB forward was the leading scorer throughout the playoffs, and finished with season averages of 18.9 points and 8.9 rebounds per game in 44 games.

Okie Soko had 17 points and 5 rebounds as Boulazac (19-10) fell to a 71-67 defeat in Pro-B action as they remain third in the standings. In NM1, Eric Boateng scored 12 points as Mulhouse lost 91-76 at home, with the race for the playoffs heating up. In the German Pro-B playoffs, Iserlohn lost their semi-final series opener at home, with Orlan Jackman leading his side with 17 points in the 94-85 loss.

Kyle Johnson produced a display of 16 points and 7 rebounds for Angelico Biella (16-12) as they claimed a 95-73 win on the road in the Italian second division. In Spain, Dan Clark played limited minutes in a loss for Fuenlabrada (6-22), while Devon van Oostrum scored four points in LEB Gold action for Penas Huesca (9-18), and Mo Soluade led Clinicas Rincon (8-19) to a 71-68 win with 15 points. Aaron Geramipoor scored 5 points off the bench in a win for Ourense (19-8).

Ashley Hamilton’s season in Ukraine came to an end when Cherkasy were eliminated in the first round of the playoffs with a 3-1 defeat. The 26-year-old had 8 points and 7 rebounds in the 88-68 loss in Game 4, and has now joined Lebanese side Sagesse.

Ryan Richards had 16 points, 8 rebounds and four assists as Kormend suffered a 106-91 loss in the second round stage in Hungary. Meanwhile, Nigel van Oostrum dished out six assists and had four points in an 80-56 defeat for Leeuwarden in the Dutch Basketball League, at the weekend.

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