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TRACY York will be named the new coach of Adelaide's WNBL team in the second piece of great news for the iconic Lightning outfit.
WHAT a bunch of pathetic wimps - players and apologist TV callers alike - not to mention a lily-livered media too frightened to tell the straight forward truth for fear of missing out on "the story".
STEPH Curry was at his most outrageously brilliant today as Golden State deflated Houston's balloon 115-80 - the second largest road win in Conference Finals history - taking a 3-0 lead in their NBA Western Conference battle.
JUST four more wins - that's all we need for another Australian to become an NBA Champion, following in the footsteps of Luc Longley, Andrew Gaze, Patty Mills and Aron Baynes.
THE tally of wins necessary for Australia to again boast an NBA champion is now five following Golden State's 99-98 survival today against Houston.
THE Motor Accident Commision is all about good driving and today it drove women's basketball into the future when it stepped in to save Adelaide Lightning.
THE number of wins Australian NBA fans need now for another Aussie to become a Championship-winner is six, following Cleveland's 97-89 upset today of the Hawks in Atlanta.
SEVEN more wins. That's all we - as in, Australia - need to produce back-to-back NBA champions.
FREE agency is a reality across two leagues and players are on the move, Melbourne United shortly to announce it has secured former Crocs swingman Todd Blanchfield.
YES, this is what the NBL can give the NBA.
THEY blew it. There's no other way to explain how the L.A. Clippers bowed out of the Western Conference playoffs today.
MARK Worthington is bound for Europe and United owner Larry Kestelman's offer to "help out" the NBL is not as good a deal as we first mooted here in March.
THERE appears to be Lightning at the end of the tunnel with several key developments yesterday suggesting there yet may be life in the Adelaide WNBL outfit.
MATTHEW Dellavedova today took Aussie NBA fans on a deja-vu trip with a game reminiscent of Patty Mills' performance for San Antonio in last year's Finals close-out game.
AS it caned Memphis 98-78, Golden State today looked like the team which won 67 NBA games this season and swept aside New Orleans in the Western Conference first round.
IT'S incredible but Maryborough's finest basketball export, Matty Dellavedova, is going to be hearing the boos from the fans in Chicago on Friday.
BASKETBALL has lost one of its great pioneers with the death last Friday of South Australia's first Woollacott Medallist, Keith Miller.
SO a day after LeBron James hits the game-winner for the Cleveland Cavs over Chicago, the conversation is about him disrespecting his coach?
THE countdown is on for Adelaide Lightning in the race to salvage one of the WNBL's most successful clubs.
ANYTHING you can do, I can do better. If that's not LeBron James' current mantra, it sure ought to be.