|18 Apr 21||Antwerp Giants ||-|| Okapi Aalstar|
|23 Apr 21||BC Oostende ||-|| Okapi Aalstar|
|25 Apr 21||Okapi Aalstar ||-|| Limburg United|
|30 Apr 21||Okapi Aalstar ||-|| VOO Liège|
|07 May 21||Okapi Aalstar ||-|| Spirou Charleroi|
|16 Apr 21||Okapi Aalstar|| ||-|| ||Kangoeroes Mechelen|
|13 Apr 21||Okapi Aalstar|| ||73 - 78|| ||Belfius Mons-Hainaut|
|09 Apr 21||Limburg United|| ||79 - 87|| ||Okapi Aalstar|
|04 Apr 21||Okapi Aalstar|| ||93 - 70|| ||Leuven Bears|
|01 Apr 21||Spirou Charleroi|| ||75 - 70|| ||Okapi Aalstar|
Okapi Aalstar, for sponsorships reasons named Crelan Okapi Aalstar, is a Belgian professional basketball club from Aalst, Belgium. The club competes in the top tier Pro Basketball League (PBL) and plays its home games in the Okapi Forum, which has a seating capacity of 2,800 people.
Okapi is a long-time participant of the Belgian first division, is the owner of one Belgian Cup and two Supercups. As well, Aalstar is a regular participant in European competitions; mostly in the EuroChallenge.
In the 2011–12 season, Aalstar won its first trophy ever with its Belgian Basketball Cup victory. Okapi defeated Antwerp Giants 96–89 after overtime. By winning the Cup, Okapi qualified for the Belgian Supercup the next season, which it also won after defeating BC Oostende. In 2013, Okapi won the Supercup for the second consecutive year by beating Oostende once again.
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