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TOQ: Japan has the Opals' number

In: Boomers & Opals — Sunday, 17 Nov, 2019

TOKYO OLYMPIC QUALIFIERS: Australia's Opals may well be ranked at #2 in the world by FIBA, but in Asia they rapidly have become Japan's bunnies.


Nov 17

NBL: Record crowd, and almost a wrap

In: NBL — Sunday, 17 Nov, 2019

THE NBL-leading Sydney Kings and their NSW derby rival Illawarra Hawks today staged a a "rivalry round" game for the ages, with a record attendance of 17,514 also seeing their efforts go toward the Salvation Army's bushfire relief.


TOQ: Opals serve it up to hapless India

In: Boomers & Opals — Saturday, 16 Nov, 2019

TOKYO OLYMPIC QUALIFIERS: AUSTRALIA's Opals tonight confirmed their place at next year's final Tokyo Olympic Games qualifying stage by crushing overmatched India 114-29 in Kuala Lumpur.


Nov 16

NBL: Rice arrest on assault charge

In: NBL — Saturday, 16 Nov, 2019

NEW Zealand's 1NEWS has reported Breakers' NBL recruit Glen Rice Jr was arrested allegedly for assault after an incident in an Auckland bar on Thursday morning, club chief executive Matt Walsh confirming the story.


NBL: A-OK for Kay as Wildcats flourish

In: NBL — Friday, 15 Nov, 2019

PERTH tonight made Adelaide's hopes of a return to the NBL playoffs all that much harder as Nick Kay produced a season-best game in its 99-95 win at Adelaide Entertainment Centre.


Nov 15

Tips: Did NBL take Matt finish personally?

In: NBL — Friday, 15 Nov, 2019

THE NBL has always been a trifle thin-skinned about anything perceived as criticism of any aspect of its administration of the elite game, but its fine and suspension of Breakers chief executive Matt Walsh this week does look something of an over-reaction.


TOQ: Opals scatter Chinese Taipei

In: Boomers & Opals — Thursday, 14 Nov, 2019

TOKYO OLYMPIC QUALIFIERS: Australia's Opals took care of business tonight, claiming the first of the two wins necessary to move on to Phase Two of qualifying for Tokyo next year by bouncing Chinese Taipei 84-51.


Nov 14

Rankings: Hawks jump as United consolidates

In: NBL — Thursday, 14 Nov, 2019

WITH its convincing win over the Taipans in Cairns, Illawarra jumped out of our NBL Rankings cellar while at the other end of the tree, United swung onto a higher branch after twin wins.


Podcast #4: Brad bruises Breakers

In: NBL, WNBL, Boomers & Opals — Wednesday, 13 Nov, 2019

BRAD Rosen and I feel we are starting to hit our stride in our weekly Brad&Boti podcast, talking all things NBL and WNBL, and today with even some Opals in there.


Nov 13

Opals: Pick your poison antidote

In: WNBL, Boomers & Opals — Tuesday, 12 Nov, 2019

SUCCESSIVE Asia Cup campaigns have left no doubt Australia has more issues handling the Asian style than the European or South American, but is a Godsend for players such as Tessa Lavey.


Nov 12

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