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Tall Blacks depth KO's Boomers

In: Boomers & Opals — Thursday, 20 Feb, 2020

NEW Zealand's Tall Blacks flexed their experienced international muscles tonight to give rookie coach Pero Cameron a winning debut over arch rival Australia 108-98 in their Asia Cup qualifier in Brisbane.


Feb 20

Poddering around: Kia, WNBL, NBL, it's all here

In: NBL, WNBL, Boomers & Opals, NBA — Wednesday, 19 Feb, 2020

CANBERRA has taken over as our WNBL championship favourite, we're still tipping a Sydney-Perth NBL Final and what is up with the Asia Cup? Brad Rosen and I sink our teeth into this and more at our weekly podcast.


Feb 19

Lightning banking on home crowd support

In: WNBL — Wednesday, 19 Feb, 2020

DOWN 0-1 in its best-of-three WNBL semi final against regular season champion Southside, Adelaide is hoping for another huge attendance for Saturday's home Game 2 to help it keep the series alive.


WTF is FIBA and BA doing?

In: NBL, Boomers & Opals — Wednesday, 19 Feb, 2020

CORRECT me if I'm wrong but isn't the Tokyo Olympic Games the pinnacle for basketball in 2020? So what the hell is FIBA doing scheduling meaningless, costly and downright stupid "Asia Cup qualifying" games THIS WEEK?


Mercedes drives Flyers to 1-0 lead

In: WNBL — Tuesday, 18 Feb, 2020

MERCEDES Russell tonight loaded the WNBL regular season champion Southside Flyers onto her shoulders and carried them to a 68-65 semi final Game 1 win over Adelaide, scoring 20 points and snaring 19 rebounds.


Feb 18

Seekamp, Hurst still in doubt

In: WNBL — Monday, 17 Feb, 2020

CONTRARY to reports suggesting otherwise, Adelaide Lightning captain Nicole Seekamp is under a major cloud ahead of tomorrow night's WNBL Game 1 of the semi final series against regular season champion Southside at Dandenong.


Feb 17

Fine Cotton makes it a double

In: NBL — Sunday, 16 Feb, 2020

PERTH's American superstar guard Bryce Cotton tonight became the NBL club's first multiple winner of the Most Valuable Player award when he collected the Andrew Gaze Trophy as the league's 2019-20 winner.


Feb 16

The Week That Was: Feb.9-16

In: NBL, WNBL, Boomers & Opals — Sunday, 16 Feb, 2020

THIS has no doubt been one of the most dramatic weeks in basketball, with the Opals qualifying for Tokyo and Bryce Cotton and Kia Nurse claiming the NBL and WNBL's Most Valuable Player awards respectively.


Pardon my French as Caps snatch 1-0 lead

In: WNBL — Sunday, 16 Feb, 2020

OLIVIA Epoupa might just prove the least heralded WNBL recruit of the year but the French superstar simply sizzled today as the defending champion Capitals seized a 1-0 semi final series lead over Melbourne in Canberra.


As scripted, United storms into NBL Finals

In: NBL — Sunday, 16 Feb, 2020

MELBOURNE United today closed NBL 2019-20's regular season with an emphatic 109-90 rout of new derby rival South East Melbourne in Throwdown IV, clinching the fourth berth for the playoffs.


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