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Brad&Boti: Vickers giving credit where it's due


FORMER Sydney Kings captain Brad Rosen and I managed to score dual-NBL championship-winning head coach Dean Vickerman for this week's Brad&Boti podcast and he took us to many interesting places.

Firstly, it's acknowledging the key role assistant coaches play in the construction of teams - and keeping an eye on the quarter-by-quarter scores - and have the couple of recent losses helped in the longer term? 

How hard is it living with a bull's-eye on the team's back following Jock Landale's prediction of an undefeated season?

We revisit the problems with COVID and how they impacted Dean's preseason build-up with United.

Yudai Baba ... what more can we say about one of the season's true surprise packets?

Scotty Hopson's early season difficulties finding his new role with United after being "The Man" with the Breakers last year.

Are NBL clubs really conscious of winning quarters in the Cup series toward that $300,000 prizemoney? Dean's answer may surprise.

Throwdown Number Something is coming up this week. Will Ryan Broekhoff be out there for South East Melbourne Phoenix? Or maybe additionally Keifer Sykes, Adam Gibson, Dane Pineau...

The bad news for United fans is Jack White and Hopson are both expected to be missing for a further three weeks. And no, Dean has no angst about "that foul" which ended up with Jack White being injured.

We also hear Dean's opinions on:

Mika Vukona

Lanard Copeland (X2)

Cedric Jackson

Mitch McCarron

Chris Goulding  and  Andrej Lemanis.

We don't neglect The Big Show either with a quick rundown of all that's happening in the NBL Cup.

For all this and considerably more, hit this link, or go to Spotify or Apple Podcasts and check us out there. Or don't. It's up to you.

Mar 9

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