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IF you need evidence the Player Points System is flawed then look only as far as Tom Jervis.
THERE’s nothing like settling down for a catch-up morning cup of coffee with an old friend and having it interrupted by a somewhat irate text message.
GREECE's two Euroleague clubs, winners of the past three championships, staved off elimination today, winning closely contested home games.
WE certainly are heading in some interesting directions ahead of the 2014-15 NBL season.
IRONICALLY, the season closed the way it started, with Brett Brown’s Philadelphia 76ers beating the reigning dual-NBA champion Miami Heat.
ONE of the most rewarding challenges anyone can take on in life is the responsibility for a baby.
IT’S probably just a coincidence Basketball Australia chair Scott Derwin was right in the thick of it when Gold Coast Blaze was ejected from the NBL under the national federation’s watch.
THE dust is settling on what has been a landmark season for the NBL, sell-out crowds for the Grand Finals closing it on a high note.
THEY were the best team all year and the best club all year so no-one should be surprised they also were the best on the one day it mattered the most.
IT was the talk of social media and reinforced all day that the one thing the new NBL failed to clean up - though it promised it would - was the notorious practice of "flopping".
COME on now. It doesn't matter which team you support, this "debate" about the officiating on the eve of Game 3 of the NBL Grand Final is fairly tiresome.
FIRST up, let me say thank you to the many people who have inquired and queried what has happened to B.O.T.I. for the past week or so.
LOOKS like the NBL and B.O.T.I. were of like mind with out awards, the league tonight revealing Wollongong Hawks import Rotnei Clarke as its 2013-14 MVP.
I HAVE a policy to never try to defend the indefensible and a knee to the groin – heavy contact or not – is indefensible in my book.
THE basketball talk in Adelaide today has focused on two things – the 36ers’ excellent Game 1 semi final win over Melbourne and why only 3,865 of the Sixers’ faithful made it to The Fortress.
MELBOURNE’s decision to retire Mark Bradtke’s #50 uniform is a quality effort by the Tigers, even if a little overdue.
QUITE the surprise how excited media outlets were this week with shock, horror revelations the NBL wants a second Melbourne team in the city's south-east.
IF the winner of the Adelaide 36ers-Melbourne Tigers NBL semi final series goes on to claim the Championship this season, they will break their own playoff curse.
THE most scrutiny will not be on Joey Wright or Chris Anstey on Thursday, or Trevor Gleeson and Gordie McLeod on Friday, but instead on both officiating crews for the NBL semi finals.
OK. Hands up anybody who expects a Melbourne-Wollongong NBL Grand Final series?