It was a clean sweep of home victories as Reading Rockets, Hemel Storm, Worthing Thunder and Derby Traiblazers came through their quarter-finals in convincing fashion.
The semi-finals will take place next weekend (8/9 October), as Reading Rockets host Hemel Storm and Derby Trailblazers take on Worthing Thunder for a place in December's final.
The reigning Player of the Week Troy Cracknell carried his group-stage form into the knockouts as his 39-point, 13-rebound double-double sent Rockets through via a 93-87 win at the expense of Loughborough Riders.
Aaryn Rai delivered for Hemel with a 24-point, 12 rebound double-double of his own to knock out Bradford Dragons 99-78 despite the 25-point effort of new star man Jordan Whelan.
Thunder's new-look side continue to do the business as they saw off Thames Valley Cavaliers 82-66, while big hauls from Jase Harrison (27 points) and Raheem May-Thompson (25 points) helped Derby see off the challenge of Solent Kestrels with a 110-70 win.
Blazers comfortably advance past Kestrels.— bbl fix (@BblFix) October 1, 2022
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Reading Rockets 93-87 Loughborough Riders LIVE STATS / LIVE STREAM
Hemel Storm 99-78 Bradford Dragons LIVE STATS
Worthing Thunder 82-66 Thames Valley Cavaliers LIVE STATS
Derby Trailblazers 110-70 Solent Kestrels LIVE STATS
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