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Another winner, except for Crocs

In: NBL — Saturday, 10 Oct, 2015

MELBOURNE United started out as expected last night, taking out the Crocs in Townsville 99-84, favourite son Todd Blanchfield doing much of the damage.

Oct 10

Slam dunk, with a travel

In: NBL — Friday, 9 Oct, 2015

NIGHT 2 of the NBL's rebirth again had many positives but it also had a few less thrills and spills compared to opening night.

Oct 9

HERE we go WNBL!

In: WNBL — Friday, 9 Oct, 2015

KELSEY Griffin may soon be an Australian citizen, the Bendigo Spirit WNBL star being strongly-supported to have her papers processed well ahead of the Rio Olympics.

Slam dunk opening for NBL

In: NBL — Thursday, 8 Oct, 2015

Oct 8

NBL Round 1: Here we go!

In: NBL — Wednesday, 7 Oct, 2015

THE countdown is on. It's almost game time and the start of the most anticipated NBL season in memory.

Oct 7

Respect the Game

In: NBL — Tuesday, 6 Oct, 2015

BEST NBL off-season in history? Check.

Oct 6

Sea of colour for opening nights

In: NBL — Monday, 5 Oct, 2015

THE opening nights for NBL games this week will include a sea of home colour with the league joining hands with its clubs to produce local #Hardball T-shirts.

Oct 5

China joins the trek to Rio

In: Boomers & Opals — Sunday, 4 Oct, 2015

CHINA's men yesterday beat the Philippines 78-67 in the Final to win the 2015 FIBA Asia Championship, qualifying for the Rio Olympics in the process.

Oct 4

FLASHBACK 61: They're still old masters

In: Flashbacks — Saturday, 3 Oct, 2015

*FLASHBACKS, my irregular "lucky dip" where I just reach into my drawers of old Australian basketball stuff and transcribe whatever I find for you.

Oct 3

2015-16 NBL: Here comes the Beast of Bamaga

In: NBL — Friday, 2 Oct, 2015

DON'T let my annual NBL Season Preview for News Corporation fool you.

Oct 2

Webster high in Pelicans' mix

In: NBL, NBA — Thursday, 1 Oct, 2015

COREY Webster has been impressing at New Orleans Pelicans NBA camp making it increasingly likely he will miss at least the opening of the NZ Breakers’ NBL title defence.

Oct 1

Timmsy turns 50!

In: WNBL, Boomers & Opals — Wednesday, 30 Sep, 2015

MICHELE Timms has turned 50.

Sep 30

You Can't Stop the Music

In: NBL — Tuesday, 29 Sep, 2015

LAST week I went to a rock concert and a basketball game broke out.

Sep 29

Days Done: It's a Wrap (Blitzin')

In: NBL — Monday, 28 Sep, 2015

IT may have been a successful "uneventful event" - as NBL GM Jeremy Loeliger described the 2015 Blitz - but it sure didn't lack in excitement generated for the season to come.

Sep 28

Day 5: New ideas (Blitzin')

In: NBL — Sunday, 27 Sep, 2015

ILLAWARRA Hawks coach Rob Beveridge may be inclined to agree with Breakers boss Dean Vickerman that maybe the Blitz foul count needs to be revisited.

Sep 27

Day 4: Sheep stations? (Blitzin')

In: NBL — Saturday, 26 Sep, 2015

NEW Zealand coach Dean Vickerman raised an interesting discussion point when he asked whether he could reintroduce Charles Jackson during the last quarter against Perth.

Sep 26

Day 3: Sky's no limit (Blitzin')

In: NBL — Friday, 25 Sep, 2015

EVERY day of this new NBL regime just seems to get better, SKY in New Zealand now also aboard as a broadcaster.

Sep 25

Day 2: Curtain up (Blitzin')

In: NBL — Thursday, 24 Sep, 2015

THE curtain went up last night on the first event under new NBL management and frankly, again, every box was ticked.

Sep 24

Day 1: Blitzin'

In: NBL — Wednesday, 23 Sep, 2015

IF you're not in Townsville, turn to or now and watch the NBL's 2015 Blitz live and for free.

Sep 23

How good a guide is the preseason tourney?

In: NBL — Tuesday, 22 Sep, 2015

AS the NBL's 19th preseason tournament prepares to get underway tomorrow night in Townsville, it's a good time to ponder how reflective its results may be come the real season.

Sep 22

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