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JUST four more wins - that's all we need for another Australian to become an NBA Champion, following in the footsteps of Luc Longley, Andrew Gaze, Patty Mills and Aron Baynes.
THE tally of wins necessary for Australia to again boast an NBA champion is now five following Golden State's 99-98 survival today against Houston.
THE number of wins Australian NBA fans need now for another Aussie to become a Championship-winner is six, following Cleveland's 97-89 upset today of the Hawks in Atlanta.
SEVEN more wins. That's all we - as in, Australia - need to produce back-to-back NBA champions.
YES, this is what the NBL can give the NBA.
THEY blew it. There's no other way to explain how the L.A. Clippers bowed out of the Western Conference playoffs today.
MATTHEW Dellavedova today took Aussie NBA fans on a deja-vu trip with a game reminiscent of Patty Mills' performance for San Antonio in last year's Finals close-out game.
AS it caned Memphis 98-78, Golden State today looked like the team which won 67 NBA games this season and swept aside New Orleans in the Western Conference first round.
IT'S incredible but Maryborough's finest basketball export, Matty Dellavedova, is going to be hearing the boos from the fans in Chicago on Friday.
SO a day after LeBron James hits the game-winner for the Cleveland Cavs over Chicago, the conversation is about him disrespecting his coach?
ANYTHING you can do, I can do better. If that's not LeBron James' current mantra, it sure ought to be.
INTERVIEWING Dante Exum this week just further reinforced to me what a great group of men and women basketball has at its forefront as ambassadors.
IT'S amazing what a headband can do!
THE `Splash Brothers’ Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson had a rare night where they couldn’t hit the ocean as Golden State Warriors lost at home for the first time since January in Game 2 of their NBA Western Conference semi final.
IT’S been a big few days with lots of developments around the place, including a couple of fairly diverse coaching appointments.
AND then there were three left in the NBA playoffs - not three teams (there's eight still going), but three Aussies.
IT'S a crying shame that one of the most memorable seven-game first round NBA playoffs in the league's storied history should come down to - literally - the last second.
AUSSIE basketball fans hoping for a Spurs-Cavaliers NBA Final - and a Patty Mills, Aron Baynes, Matthew Dellavedova reunion - suffered a double blow today.
IT IS one of the tragedies of the NBA playoffs that reigning champion San Antonio and my beloved LA Clippers are battling it out in the Western Conference's first round.
IT IS hard to believe what an incredibly stupid rule offensive goal tending or offensive basket-interference is and how it flies in the face of the NBA's main goal - spectacular entertainment.