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B&B: 'Start with a 1-year contract' - Opals star

In: WNBL, Boomers & Opals — Monday, 12 Sep, 2022

THE 2022 FIBA World Cup for Women is drawing ever closer and our Australian team is carrying the hopes of the host nation in Sydney next week. And that, of course, means perfect timing for Brad Rosen and I to engage Opals star Sara Blicavs as our latest guest interview on the Brad&Boti podcast.

Sep 12

Bob's Corner: Sun ready to set on Vegas

In: NBA — Sunday, 11 Sep, 2022

BOB'S CORNER: The WNBA Finals between Connecticut Sun and Las Vegas Aces is about to tip off and our US correspondent BOB CRAVEN is ready to bring us all the action. And that's despite his disappointment Seattle Storm's Breanna Stewart finished behind A'ja Wilson for the league's MVP award.

Sep 11

Bird joins Larry as another legend

In: NBA — Thursday, 8 Sep, 2022

SEATTLE'S most successful sportsperson - the Storm's Sue Bird - yesterday closed the door on her 21-year WNBA career when the Las Vegas Aces prevailed 97-92 to clinch Game 4 of their semi final series, advancing to the Finals with a 3-1 success. Bird left her home floor with 11,328 fans chanting "Thank you Sue."

Sep 8

Tess to lead Opals' Cup charge

In: WNBL, Boomers & Opals — Thursday, 8 Sep, 2022

TOKYO Olympian Tess Madgen - one of a couple of fairly notable absentees from the ill-fated Rio Olympic team - today was named captain of the Opals for their charge at the FIBA World Cup and restoration of Australia's international reputation and once much-admired culture.

B&B: Ready to restore 'Wildcats Basketball'

In: NBL, Boomers & Opals — Wednesday, 7 Sep, 2022

BRAD Rosen and I are back in business now as we head into the excitement of 2022-23 basketball, first with the upcoming national league seasons, and obviously the FIBA World Cup for Women. For this week's Brad&Boti podcast, new Perth Wildcats coach John Rillie was our guest.

Sep 7

Opals in camp, #1 Boomer in town

In: WNBL, Boomers & Opals, NBA — Monday, 5 Sep, 2022

THE Australian Opals national women's team has gone into camp on the Gold Coast ahead of the FIBA World Cup later this month and Patty Mills, the architect of the Boomers' Bronze Medal success opens his "UNEARTHED" tour tonight. The bad news? Steph Talbot and Ezi Magbegor are still playing WNBA semi finals.

Sep 5

Bob's Corner: Lower ranked teams jump the gun

In: Boomers & Opals, NBA — Saturday, 3 Sep, 2022

BOB'S CORNER: Our US correspondent BOB CRAVEN reports from Seattle that both WNBA semi final series are all locked away at 1-1, with the lower ranked Storm and Sun pinching initial road wins off Las Vegas and Chicago respectively. But it didn't take long to tie both series away.

Sep 3

WNBL lands exciting new broadcast deal

In: WNBL — Friday, 2 Sep, 2022

THE WNBL's new two-year broadcast deal with the Nine Network formally announced today means fans through the 2022-23 and 2023-24 seasons will be able to see more free-to-air games and action than ever, the league also following the NBA, NCAA, WNBA, NBL and FIBA by partnering with ESPN for additional hoops coverage.

Sep 2

Father's Day! Give dad that book he craves!

In: NBL, Boomers & Opals, NBA, SA — Thursday, 1 Sep, 2022

THERE'S still time but do not delay! Father's Day is upon us once again on Sunday but it's not too late to rush to your local bookstore and buy dad the one gift he was too bashful to officially request! We here at B.O.T.I. strongly recommend the purchase of one of two good books to show him how much you care.

Sep 1

See Patty live and in person

In: Boomers & Opals, NBA — Wednesday, 31 Aug, 2022

HE now arguably is rated Australia's greatest male basketball player, his performance at the Tokyo Olympic Games last year in leading the Boomers to "Rose Gold" the most outstanding achievement for that program and now you can see Patty Mills live next month in speaking engagements and clinics across Australia.

Aug 31

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