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Maxime De Zeeuw
Maxime De Zeeuw
Nationality
BEL
Born
26.04.1987
Place of birth
Uccle (BEL)
Height
2.04m
Position
PF
PPG
5.3
RPG
2.8
APG
1.2


Maxime De Zeeuw - EuroBasket 2013 Profile

Team 2012-13: Antwerp Giants (Belgium-BLB)
Career: Brussels (Belgium-D2, 2004-05); Verviers-Pepinster (Belgium-BLB, 2005-10); Gent (Belgium-BLB, 2010-11); Verviers-Pepinster (Belgium-BLB, 2011-2012); Antwerp Giants (Belgium-BLB, 2012-13)

A product of the Belgian Basketball Federation system, De Zeeuw featured in the U16 European Championship in 2003 and then at Under-20 level in 2007 before making his senior debut in a EuroBasket qualifier in 2008. He was a member of the team at EuroBasket 2011 in Lithuania and was named as a reserve when the 2013 squad was reduced to 14 in late July. Originally starting his career with Brussels, he made his professional debut with Verviers-Pepinster, winning the Belgian Rookie of the Year award in 2009. He split two spells with the team with a season at Gent, where they ended bottom of the league. He joined Antwerp Giants in 2012 and featured in the EuroChallenge. He is supporter of Anderlecht Football Club. On Twitter @MaxDeZeeuw.

AVERAGE

G
Min
FG
M/A
%
2P FG
M/A
%
3P FG
M/A
%
FT
M/A
%
Reb
O
D
Tot
AS
TO
ST
BS
PF
C
D
Pts
Avg
6
14.3
9/22
40.9
4/7
57.1
5/15
33.3
9/11
81.8
0.8
2.0
2.8
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.2
3.0
1.8
32
5.3

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NEWS

De Zeeuw Seeks Proof On The Court
20.02.2014 - EUROCHALLENGE
De Zeeuw Seeks Proof On The Court
De Zeeuw And Brunner Share Week 1 MVP
07.11.2013 - EUROCHALLENGE
De Zeeuw And Brunner Share Week 1 MVP
The Fighting Quality of De Zeeuw
04.11.2013 - EUROCHALLENGE
The Fighting Quality of De Zeeuw
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Ventspils, LAT
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Medias, ROU
Gravelines, FRA
Holon, ISR
Dijon, FRA
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Nicosia, CYP
Yuzhny, UKR
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