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NIBT leaves its footprint on basketball calendar

In: NBA, Misc — Wednesday, 20 Apr, 2022

TO claim Indigenous Basketball Australia's historic first National Indigenous Basketball Tournament - delayed a year because, in the words of coordinator Benny Mills, "COVID has a lot to answer for" - as a success would be to sorely underestimate its substantial significance and cultural relevance.


Apr 20

NIBT deserved far greater coverage

In: NBA, Misc — Sunday, 17 Apr, 2022

THE historic first National Indigenous Basketball Tournament, the brainchild of Australia's No.1 basketball player Patty Mills, has been taking place across Easter on the Gold Coast and it could not be a greater success. So where was the mainstream media coverage of this significant breakthrough event?


Apr 17

Bob's Corner: Foreigners now 'rule' the NBA

In: WNBL, NBA, Misc — Saturday, 16 Apr, 2022

BOB'S CORNER: US correspondent BOB CRAVEN, reporting in for your Easter weekend read, reports that the "overseas invasion" of the NBA now has reached a pandemic state, with no American-born players even being mentioned among the top three contenders for the league's annual MVP award.


Apr 16

B&B: Sliding doors to Opals captain

In: WNBL, Boomers & Opals, Misc — Friday, 8 Apr, 2022

THE WNBL Grand Final Series goes to a deciding Game 3 tomorrow in Melbourne but Brad Rosen and I were lucky enough to have Perth Lynx superstar Sami Whitcomb as our guest for this week's Brad&Boti podcast. Sami has one of the most amazing stories you're ever going to hear.


Apr 8

National Indigenous Tournament breaks new ground

In: NBA, Misc — Wednesday, 6 Apr, 2022

"COVID has a lot to answer for." With those magnificent seven words, Benny Mills, father of superstar Patty, summed up why this Easter, the Indigenous Basketball Australia (IBA) will launch its historic first National Indigenous Basketball Tournament, coronavirus having forced the cancellation of what would have been the inaugural series last year. 


Apr 6

April Fools as Kansas, South Carolina win big

In: Misc — Tuesday, 5 Apr, 2022

THE NCAA Women's and Men's Championships for 2022 have been decided, with South Carolina and Kansas celebrating their successes, as our man with his finger on the pulse of USA basketball, Bob Craven informs us. Destanni Henderson and David McCormack were huge in the wins.


Apr 5

Bob's Corner Extra: Such Madness

In: NBA, Misc — Sunday, 3 Apr, 2022

BOB'S CORNER EXTRA: Can't take our eyes off the ball as the NCAA's March Madness spills into April as usual, our man in the USA, BOB CRAVEN with the word on how it is all unfolding. And the big question. Is "Coach K" still with us or is the fairytale ending over?


Apr 3

Bob's Corner: Tomas' unusual double-double

In: NBA, Misc — Saturday, 2 Apr, 2022

BOB'S CORNER: We've reached the pointy end of the NCAA Finals and our US correspondent BOB CRAVEN will be back with plenty on that later. Right now, he has a weird NBA double-double for us, a new record and an update on Brittney Griner's situation to start your weekend reading.


Apr 2

Bob's Corner: Boston shines through to Elite 8

In: NBA, Misc — Sunday, 27 Mar, 2022

BOB'S CORNER: Our US correspondent BOB CRAVEN returns today, as promised, taking readers through the events of the Div.1 women's NCAA tournament, featuring an amazing performance by South Carolina's Aliyah Boston, through the Sweet 16 and en route to the Elite 8.


Mar 27

Bob's Corner: Time to get a little elite

In: NBA, Misc — Saturday, 26 Mar, 2022

BOB'S CORNER: March Madness is in full mad swing and this weekend our US correspondent BOB CRAVEN takes you into the heart of the NCAA developments as the Sweet 16 is pruned down to the Elite Eight and Gonzaga suffers a raw deal. It's the men's Div.1 wrap today.


Mar 26

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