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Different day, same old same old at 36ers

In: NBL — Friday, 17 May, 2024

ADELAIDE 36ers fans believing the appointment of favourite son and club stalwart Scott Ninnis as coach would revive the ailing club and its NBL fans starved of success for more than two decades, need to think again as management announces Brendan Joyce as his new assistant.

May 17

Vale Corey Williams

In: NBL — Monday, 13 May, 2024

THE tragic, premature and sadly inevitable death of one of the NBL's past great players and by far its most strident international advocate and ambassador, Corey "Homicide" Williams, at just 46, has left a massive pall over the off-season and feelings of inestimable loss.

May 13

Brad&Boti: Brad Newley on life after basketball

In: NBL, Boomers & Opals — Monday, 29 Apr, 2024

BRAD Newley has just closed the door on one of the great careers in Australian basketball and Brad Rosen and I seized the chance to chat with him at our Brad&Boti podcast before he took his family back to Spain's Gran Canaria for an emotional revisit. 

Apr 29

Farewell to 'the Kid' who changed NBL basketball

In: NBL, Boomers & Opals — Thursday, 4 Apr, 2024

BRAD Newley's retirement from the NBL in the wake of Melbourne United's Grand Final Series defeat by Tasmania, ends the elite-level career of one of Australian basketball's true greats, a dual-Olympian, a Boomers' mainstay, an international star, a stalwart of the game but, and most importantly, one of the sport's genuine good blokes. 

Apr 4

Brad&Boti: March, march, march as Ants swarm

In: NBL, Boomers & Opals — Wednesday, 3 Apr, 2024

IT'S a wrap! The NBL's 2023-24 season has ended in a blaze of glory with Tasmania JackJumpers creating history by beating Melbourne United in Game 5 of the Championship, Brad Rosen and I all over it at our Brad&Boti Podcast where we also bring you the latest player movement news.

Apr 3

A state of independence, a history of success

In: NBL — Monday, 1 Apr, 2024

TASMANIA's success in claiming the NBL Championship within three years of the expansion club's existence is in itself one of Australian sport's outstanding achievements, but then, Ian Davies and his Launceston Casino City won the title in 1981, three years after the actual league was born! 

Apr 1

Tasmania our island of relevancy as NBL champion

In: NBL — Sunday, 31 Mar, 2024

ISLAND defended? You bet as Tasmania's sturdy JackJumpers, riddled with injury and on the road in Melbourne for the deciding Game 5 Grand Final to determine the NBL Championship, had Jordon Crawford with a career-high 32 points as once again the team found an avenue to victory and a historic sporting milestone and achievement. 

Mar 31

Delly meets the moment as momentum shifts again

In: NBL — Friday, 29 Mar, 2024

IN Game 3, Melbourne lost the "unlosable" but last night in Game 4 of the NBL Championship in Hobart, Tasmania returned the favour as Jo Lual-Acuil stole an inbounds pass meant for a cutting Majok Deng, ensuring this enthralling Grand Final would go to a decider, United winning 88-86.

Mar 29

Greg Olbrich, gentle giant, gone at 51

In: NBL, SA — Thursday, 28 Mar, 2024

THE absolutely awful and jaw-dropping news of Greg Olbrich's sudden death overnight while playing social basketball has rocked and will continue to send shockwaves throughout the basketball community in South Australia and further, this delightful human being's loss to us at just 51 a tragedy of the highest order.

Mar 28

Delly needs to chill or United will be untied

In: NBL — Wednesday, 27 Mar, 2024

MATTHEW Dellavedova had us all roaring when he was pushing Cleveland Cavaliers through two NBA Championship series, lobbing balls for Australia for Aron Baynes or Andrew Bogut to dunk at Olympics and when he joined the NBL. But right now he is hurting United in the Championship Series.

Mar 27

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