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SHOCKING news today with the death of the NBL’s 2003 MVP Chris Williams rocking the basketball world on more than just this continent.
NOT exactly sure when it happened (because, like many, I took my eye off the ball) but somewhere in the last quarter-century, elite basketball in South Australia did a staggering back-flip.
TRAGICALLY, the WNBL this season only honoured its awards recipients with acknowledgements, website stories and platitudes which would be fine normally, except Suzy Batlovic became a five-time MVP.
THE massive success of the NBL this season looks likely to have a positive spin-off effect on New Zealand's national league, which tips off this week.
THE NZ-NBL tips off this week, with many familiar faces for NBL fans in Australia to follow.
SYDNEY’s strategy last night – and for claiming its first WNBL championship since 2001 – is simple: if in doubt, give the ball to Leilani.
THE Opals need a new coach and it should be our own Australian "LaBron", Sandy Brondello.
SUZY Batkovic today claimed a major personal milestone in Australian sporting history, winning the WNBL’s MVP award for a record fifth time, a success leaving many of us both angry and disappointed.
BIG news today in WNBL ranks with Melbourne Boomers revealing they have secured London Olympain Jenna O'Hea for the next two seasons.