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DON’T think low-scoring, ugly “winning” basketball is symptomatic of Australia’s NBL.
LUC Longley's visit to Adelaide last weekend for Free Throw Foundation functions reinforced what a superb ambassador he is for our game and just how lucky we are in basketball.
INTERESTING move by the NBL to abandon its Player of the Week award in favor of a "Bring It" best performances recognition by a weekly league legend.
MELBOURNE Boomers now can also boast a WNBA champion in their midst when Rachel Jarry lobs back for the WNBL outfit.
LOSING at home to open a Championship series is never a good idea as Minnesota found out the hard way last year against Indiana.
THANK God Fremantle didn’t win the AFL Grand Final on Saturday.
THERE can be no such thing as an “upset” at a preseason tournament.
ERIN Phillips and her Indiana Fever WNBA champion teammates welcomed Eastern Conference champion Chicago to the playoffs for the first time in the Sky’s eight years, then dumped them out in 48 hours.
AUSTRALIA’s remaining WNBA contingent – Jenna O’Hea, Penny Taylor, Erin Phillips and Rachel Jarry - all will be playing finals this season.
KNOX Raiders and Dandenong Rangers are the toast of the SEABL today after outstanding performances in their respective women’s and men’s grand finals at Dandenong Stadium.
OCEANIA may be about to undergo change but it won't be lost to Australia or New Zealand, according to Boomers coach Andrej Lemanis.
TOWNSVILLE Crocodiles coach Shawn Dennis was one of the happiest "new" faces in the NBL when he heard the emphasis was going to shift to entertainment this year.
NOT sure anyone is awake at NBL.TV but if so, Perform’s boys should be jumping all over themselves to film every game at the Blitz in Sydney next week and offer the games to potential subscribers for free.
CAIRNS last night scored a 7-0 points sweep over Wollongong with a four-quarter 86-64 win in the opening match of the Blitz preseason tournament for the Loggins-Bruton Cup.
THERE’S an election tomorrow, but you knew that.
COME on now. "Fans" cannot already be seriously dismissing the chances of NBL teams on the basis of half-baked, half-lineup preseason games or "exceptional recruiting."
ATTENDED my first Adelaide 36ers practice of the preseason today under the new regime of NBL championship-winning coach Joey Wright and came away impressed with the club's direction - up.
GARY Ervin is excited about the talent level in the 2013-14 NBL, whether we’re talking James Ennis or Stephen Dennis.
TIP-OFF is getting closer and excitement around the NBL's potential this season is palpable.
FINGERS crossed Basketball Australia has used the money saved not marketing the NBL to buy gold-colored T-shirts to place on every seat tomorrow at The Palace.