|Nationality Canadian / Dutch|
Name Ross Bekkering
Pro career 2010
NBA draft 2010 / Undrafted
Education University of Calgary
|College Calgary (2005–2010)|
Height 2.01 m
Listed height 2.01 m (6 ft 7 in)
Role Basketball Player
Position Center, Power forward
|League Dutch Basketball League|
Born August 17, 1987 (age 28)Taber, Alberta, Canada (1987-08-17)
High school W. R. Myers (Taber, Alberta)
Ross bekkering dunk
Ross Bekkering (born August 19, 1987) is a former Canadian-Dutch professional basketball player. Bekkering played in the Dutch Basketball League. Bekkering is the younger brother of Henry Bekkering, who was a professional basketball player as well.
- Ross bekkering dunk
- 2011 center of gravity dunk contest henry ross bekkering
- National league statistics
2011 center of gravity dunk contest henry ross bekkering
Bekkering started his professional career with Zorg en Zekerheid Leiden in 2010. With Leiden Bekkering won the Dutch championship. The following season Bekkering left for Matrixx Magixx to team up with his older brother Henry Bekkering. After a year with Magixx Bekkering signed again with Leiden, and in his second season he won the championship once again.
On June 10, 2013 Bekkering signed with the GasTerra Flames from Groningen along with Leiden teammate Arvin Slagter. Bekkering won his first NBB Cup with Flames, by beating his former team Leiden 79–71 in the Final. After the DBL regular season Bekkering was selected in the DBL All-Defense Team. He extended his contract with one year in July 2014.
On June 23, 2016, Bekkering announced his retirement at age 28.