October 3, 2017
A special midweek round of games was played on Tuesday to celebrate Unity Day. Saarlouis beat Hannover 71-50 although Sherranda Reddick did make her professional debut in the loss. Marburg beat Chemnitz 72-52. A good game from Brittany Hrynko was not enough for Halle as they fell to Wasserburg 82-74. Donau-Ries continued to play well with a 69-61 win over Bad Aibling, which played the same five players for the entire game with only two youth team players on the bench. Vee Young nearly helped Heidelberg get their first win in the top division, but they came up short against Herner 76-73. Keltern remained unbeaten with an 83-56 win over Gottingen.
Saarlouis vs. Hannover 71-50 TVS Meynadier 16 Niedola 13/12r Crozon 6 Tisdale 5 Stringfield 2 TKH Jeltema 16/10r Vente 9/7r Matejcikova 2 Reddick 0
Marburg vs. Chemnitz 72-52 BCM Voynova 16/8r Baker 13 Schaake 12 Bertholdt 11/7r Yohn 8 Bradley 2 CCC Asoro 12/7r Vidal 10 Noble 8 McQuade 8
Wasserburg vs. Halle 82-74 WBG Holopainen 18/8r Tobin 13/9r/6a Palmer 13/7a Okockyte 12 Gaillou-Loko 11/9r SVH Hrynko 23/6r/8a Shumpert 14/11r Henningsen 14 Quinn 13/13r Dukic 2/7r Kiejdrowska 2
Donau-Ries vs. Bad Aibling 69-61 DON Pierre-Louis 19/14r Hill 17 Schlott 16 TBA Young 17/6r Waters 15/12r Recoura 14 Hartmann 8/7r Engeln 7
Herner vs. Heidelberg 76-73 HTC Kuijt 18 Range 16/6r Cooley 10 Attura 9 Slim 6 Bussey 3 USCH Young 23/8r Jones-Smith 17/8r Hammonds 12 Arthur 2
Keltern vs. Gottingen 83-56 RSK Orrange 16 Nunn 15/11r Markovic 13/6r Fikiel 11/9r Miloglav 7/6r Vuckova 2 BG 74 VL Janning 19 Pierce 11/10r Smith 9/9r Warner 6/9r