|20 Apr 21||Belfius Mons-Hainaut ||-|| Limburg United|
|23 Apr 21||Limburg United ||-|| VOO Liège|
|25 Apr 21||Okapi Aalstar ||-|| Limburg United|
|28 Apr 21||Kangoeroes Mechelen ||-|| Limburg United|
|30 Apr 21||Limburg United ||-|| Spirou Charleroi|
|16 Apr 21||Limburg United|| ||-|| ||Antwerp Giants|
|13 Apr 21||Limburg United|| ||74 - 86|| ||BC Oostende|
|09 Apr 21||Limburg United|| ||79 - 87|| ||Okapi Aalstar|
|28 Mar 21||Leuven Bears|| ||79 - 68|| ||Limburg United|
|25 Mar 21||Spirou Charleroi|| ||94 - 90|| ||Limburg United|
Limburg United, for sponsorship reasons named Hubo Limburg United, is a professional basketball club based in Hasselt, Limburg, Belgium. Founded in 2014, the club plays in the Pro Basketball League (PBL), the first tier of basketball in Belgium.
Around the beginning of 2014 Limburg United was founded in the city of Hasselt. The name expressing the founders' motivation for there to be a top tier basketball team from Limburg province in the aftermath of Bree B.B.C. relegating from BLB Division I in 2008 and eventually disbanding. Limburg United asked for a B-licence for the 2014–15 Basketball League Belgium, and eventually got it. Former Antwerp Giants assistant Brian Lynch signed a 5-year contract to become United's head coach. The long-term goal of the club was expressed to "become a club in the subtop of Belgium in 3 or 5 years." In the 2016–17 season, Limburg reached the Final of the Belgian Basketball Cup but lost to Telenet Oostende.
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