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MICHAEL Holyfield may be the next NBL import needing to breathe deeply as clubs become more ruthless in the face of further NBA arrivals.
MOVIE REVIEW: WHEN Marvel Comics first branched into the cinematic universe, as an avid comic book nerd, I never believed Doctor Strange would make it to the silver screen.
WHAT a week this has turned into for the NBL - Terrance Ferguson suspended, Steve Blake arriving, Andre Ingram departing - with kudos to those WNBL clubs live-streaming their matches.
THE NBA tips off today with a record 113 players from outside the USA on franchise rosters and with at least one international player for each of the 30 clubs.
BRAD Newley come on down. The B.O.T.I. Player of the Week award for the NBL is all yours, a toasted cheese-and-Vegemite sandwich (Kraft, of course) and a strawberry thick shake.
THE aftermath of the NBL's third round was a two-match suspension for 36ers import Terrance Ferguson and a $500 fine for United's Tai Wesley from a similar incident.
FANTASTIC. The WNBL took a turn for the better with a wicked array of results throwing post-season predictions into disarray, the defending champs Townsville also feeling the spectre of defeat. Twice.
COMING up on Tuesday, it's your last chance - possibly ever - of seeing inspirational Hall of Famer Ken Cole at a live speaking engagement when he concludes his current tour of Australia in Sydney.
KEN Richardson, easily the greatest American import to play in Australia through the 70s, the NBL's inaugural MVP and its second most successful coach, died three years ago today. He still is not in the BA Hall of Fame.
TOUPEES doffed to management and staff of Titanium Security Arena for the manner in which they handled tonight's once-in-a-lifetime bomb threat between the WNBL and NBL fixtures.
WE'VE added rocket fuel to this week's super-powered, turbo-charged NBL and WNBL rankings but the computer remains confused by what the "30th anniversary" could mean.
BASKETBALL Australia has elevated the sport's premier pioneer Michele Timms to "Legend" status.
SELECTING this week's NBL Player of the Week assuredly was challenging but Marianna Tolo was the WNBL's stand-out.
IS Bendigo back to being the real deal? That's the most engaging question in the shadows of the WNBL's second round.
NATHAN Jawai made his Cairns comeback and just two weeks into the season and every team has sustained a loss. What? You didn't believe this was going to be an even season?
THE Free Throw Foundation's "Legends Reunion Lunch" is coming up this week in Adelaide so hurry and get your tickets.
WELCOME to Round One's rankings and Round Two's tips but wait, there's more! Everyone and their neighbour is doing weekly ratings, rankings, even "power" rankings these days.
MOVIE REVIEW: OK, I have to confess I went to see the remake of the 1960 classic western "The Magnificent Seven" ready to hate it.
"AN Intimate Afternoon with Ken Cole" on Saturday in Melbourne just got better again with four-time Olympian and five-time FIBA World Championship Boomer Phil Smyth joining the superstar panel.