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NEWS Limited has me blogging live again on Monday from midday - High Noon in SA, lunch-time in the east, brunch in the west - if you have something you want to share/ask/debate.
THE danger in having our NBL referees miked is on those very rare occasions when they say something that they might later wish the world at large had not heard.
LOVE the NBA. Love the Euroleague. Love our NBL and our WNBL. But I was reminded this week we all owe a little debt of gratitude to the Harlem Globetrotters too.
LOOK out! The NBA is off and running tomorrow morning (our time) with Orlando-Indiana, Chicago-Miami and the Los Angeles derby between the Clippers and Lakers tipping off the season.
CONGRATULATIONS to Melvin Thomas and Matthew Dellavedova today for vastly different achievements but no less significant.
THE NBL is not to blame for the parlous state of its website, the championship ladder at least correctly upgraded overnight – only took 24 hours – but the stats leaders still stuck in 2012-13.
ALREADY this morning here I pointed out the NBL has its league ladder loused up but a few other (rightly) disgruntled fans suggested I take a longer look at nbl.com.au and, oh dear.
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.
WE did it. You did it. We all did it. NBL Pty Ltd continues to show it will listen to a good idea by removing the totally unnecessary and ridiculous "visiting team in white" policy as of now!
WNBL Season 2013-14 is underway and it is no longer a case of “Alice in Wonderland”, Dandenong forward Alice Kunek taking her stellar Spring Shield form into the opening round.
FOR the life of me I cannot fathom why virtually any debate about the "Greatest Of All Time" sparks such vitriol and profanity among basketball fans.
LET’S not understate this. Losing Steve Dennis on the eve of the NBL season is close to a catastrophe for Melbourne Tigers.
BASKETBALL Australia has been pleasantly surprised by the degree of tangible support in south-east Queensland for cash-crisis-hit WNBL outfit Logan Thunder.
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.
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.
DWAYNE Wade has definitively ruled out playing for the USA at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. Or ... not.
TIP-OFF is getting closer and excitement around the NBL's potential this season is palpable.
IF you can identify a sportperson by one name or a nickname, chances are they are notorious.
PATIENCE. Brett Brown used the word at today’s press conference and formal announcement of his appointment as head coach of the NBA’s struggling Philadelphia 76ers.
ONE of the best aspects of Brett Brown being named head coach of the NBA’s Philadelphia 76ers is he is the closest thing we have to an Aussie coaching in The Show.