On Saturday, Jylisa Williams led Oberhausen to a surprise 69-66 win over Keltern in a game between teams at opposite ends of the standings. Herner tried to get closer to the teams at the top as they beat Chemnitz 68-64. Shay Selby led Rotenburg to a 71-68 win over Donau-Ries to keep the gap between the top set of teams with the lower portion of the standings. Freiburg heaped more misery on Osnabruck even though Jasmine Thomas scored more points than any other player in the round. On Sunday, Marburg helped create separation between the teams with winning records and the ones looking to even up their records with an 85-71 win over Halle. Wasserburg continues to dominate as they moved their lead to three games over Saarlouis and the rest of the chase pack with a 72-61 win.
January 9, 2016
Keltern vs. Oberhausen 66-69 GSK Mendy 19 Protzig 12 Kenyon 11/10r Guay 6/6a Mahlknecht 4/7r Hjelle 4 NBO J. Williams 20/8r Stiller 14 Aizsila 10 M. Williams 8/13r Maticka 7/6r Fussell 7 Menz 0
Herner vs. Chemnitz 68-64 HTC Greinacher 18 Mersch 11/6r/7a Davis 11/6r Amojo 8 Bellock 7 Jones 0 CCC Buck 17/8r Menz 16 Halasz 12/6r Koop 12 Allen 0 LeMar 0
Rotenburg vs. Donau-Ries 71-68 AHRS Selby 19 Mallard 16/11r Skuballa 14/6r Mankertz 14 Pakulat 2 DON Schlegel 16 Strange 16 Racic 14 Womack 11 Parsons 8/6r