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Rd4 WNBL: Spirit atop the tree alone

In: WNBL — Sunday, 4 Dec, 2022

BENDIGO in this new Kennedy Kereama era, remains the WNBL's only undefeated team as it sits atop the ladder after road wins in Townsville and Sydney, the Flames and Canberra yet to break through but set to do so in Round 5 where they will square off in Canberra. And is Southside as good as we feared? 

Dec 4

Bob's Corner: Basketball on a rockabilly roll

In: NBA, Misc — Saturday, 3 Dec, 2022

BOB'S CORNER: Our man in the USA, Bob Craven, has been super busy with all the college basketball developments now running alongside the NBA. These are busy times in our sport, and also a time for anniversaries and even a time for pause with the loss of a further entertainment icon.

Dec 3

NBL23 Rd9: Challenge for 'Doomsday Doublers'

In: NBL — Thursday, 1 Dec, 2022

ADELAIDE and Perth once provided the NBL with its toughest road pairing, a trip universally known as the "Doomsday Double". Round 9 confronts both clubs with potential doomsday or defining scenarios as they work to find their past identities as playoff perennials.

Dec 1

B&B: We're overdue for our first super-hero(ine)

In: WNBL, Boomers & Opals — Thursday, 1 Dec, 2022

SHE's a six-time MVP of the WNBL, a five-time league champion, seven-time All Star, four-time leading scorer and played at three Olympic Games for Australia's Opals, returning home a medallist from Athens, Beijing and London. But despite Brad Rosen willing it, Suzy Batkovic was not born in Sydney.

WNBL Rd4: Conti back, new blow for Caps

In: WNBL — Wednesday, 30 Nov, 2022

TENACIOUS guard and an AFLW star with Richmond Tigers, Monique Conti returns to WNBL action in Round 4 with Southside Flyers while the Canberra Capitals have suffered a further bodyblow with import Dekeiya Cohen deciding on Monday to quit the struggling club.

Nov 30

NBL TOTW8: Four contenders, one heartbreaker

In: NBL — Tuesday, 29 Nov, 2022

NO less than four clubs came into strong contention for Round 8's NBL Team of the Week honours, with Adelaide, South East Melbourne, New Zealand and Cairns receiving major consideration, and Tasmania an honourable mention for its fighting road win in Melbourne.

Nov 29

Rd8 NBL23: Wildcats, United, Bullets in strife

In: NBL — Monday, 28 Nov, 2022

PERTH Wildcats, Melbourne United are in trouble and Brisbane Bullets are in a whopping great hole after NBL Round 8 threw up two surprise road winners in Adelaide and Tasmania while the Bullets, minus marquee Aron Baynes, stumbled to another ugly road loss.

Nov 28

Robyn's FIBA Hall induction creates family first

In: WNBL, Boomers & Opals — Saturday, 26 Nov, 2022

FIBA's decision to induct former long-term Australian Opals captain Robyn Maher into its Hall of Fame in Switzerland this week marks a magnificent and unprecedented milestone. With Rob joining husband Tom in the Hall, FIBA now has its historic first wife-husband combination. 

Nov 26

Too late to have a beer with Duncan

In: NBL — Friday, 25 Nov, 2022

BRISBANE has sacked NBL coach James Duncan and installed Bullets GM Sam Mackinnon to interim lead the troubled, troubling and under-performing outfit through the immediate future. Sure, the club played nice by saying it "parted ways" with Duncan, 45, but he clearly paid for the team's general lethargy.

Nov 25

NBL23 Rd8: Sorting wheat from the chaff

In: NBL — Thursday, 24 Nov, 2022

ROUND 8 of the NBL season looms as one of the season's biggest, Cairns' bona fides as a championship contender under the microscope with home games against New Zealand (#2) and Sydney (#1) on the schedule, South East seeking vengeance and the other wannabes all opposed. 

Nov 24

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