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BELIEVE it or not, we already are at and around one-third of the way through the 28-game regular season, as good a time as any for a review of how NBL teams are tracking.
IF Basketball Australia could break from its traditional indolence, south-east Queensland could have two national level elite clubs in action in 2015-16, that’s how far advanced South East Queensland Sting is for a WNBL spot.
THERE are some monster games looming in the NBL and WNBL this round - 2014 Grand Finalists of both competitions among competitors squaring off.
IT was a busy day yesterday with NBL CEO Fraser Neill pulling the pin but the grenade quietly rolling into a drain.
THE news today came as a complete shock to many, a bombshell for an NBL still working to shake the shackles of mainstream preconceptions it remains a basket case.
IT was in 1974 I first started being paid for analysing basketball games, something I’d already been doing for community papers since 1971.
ADD Margaret Court to the list of quality basketball venues, even if it was built for tennis.
MELBOURNE last night made a statement against NBL-leading Cairns, taming the Taipans 91-76 at Margaret Court.
UNITED co-captains Mark Worthington and new father Nate Tomlinson will be back in uniform for tonight's NBL clash with Cairns at Margaret Court Arena.
WOLLONGONG needs to bite the bullet and cut its 2011 NBL MVP Gary Ervin, replacing him with a scoring import small forward.
IT is a promoter's dream and a tipster's nightmare - such is the unpredictability of the NBL and WNBL so far this season.
NO shirking, no avoidance, no nonsense. When it comes to staring the truth in the face - however unpalatable it may be - Gordie McLeod is a lesson for us all.
PENNY Taylor’s WNBL return tomorrow and alongside fellow WNBA championship-winning teammate Cappie Pondexter is huge for basketball in Australia.
BROCK Motum making his debut, Penny Taylor making her return, Josh Childress back and Abby Bishop being disrespected (again) ... it's all happening this week in the NBL/WNBL.
NBL chief executive Fraser Neill is in Brisbane as you read this - unless you're reading it in a week's time - to help shore up plans for a locally-based club for the 2015-16 season.
YES, I know I load this up every year on this day but it is my contribution to "the race that stops a nation".
THE 36ers released import Daequon Montreal today, creating Player Points System room to bring Brock Motum into their NBL line-up.
IT was a tough ask of the 36ers today to keep a lid on Brock Motum speculation when he wandered into Adelaide Arena to watch the NBL game against New Zealand.
HAD the pleasure yesterday of having lunch with new Basketball Australia CEO Anthony Moore, one of the stars of last week's Pete's Bar Lunch and a breath of hope for us long-suffering fans of the world's greatest game.
PENNY Taylor back, Josh Childress out, Dave Gruber shown the door and Rhys Martin passing him on his way in ... it's been quite a week.