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B&B: Boomers, Isaac, WNBL and more

In: NBL, WNBL, Boomers & Opals, NBA — Friday, 18 Nov, 2022

BRAD Rosen and I have a couple of big interviews coming up next week but in the meantime, we couldn't let so many huge events of the past week go by unmentioned in our Brad&Boti podcast. It started with Josh Giddey and continued with Isaac Humphries, the Boomers and Tianna Hawkins.

Nov 18

NBL23 Rd7: Shawn well hung but is Perth up?

In: NBL — Thursday, 17 Nov, 2022

THE decision by the Perth Wildcats to retire the #42 uniform of multiple NBL championship winner Shawn Redhage and hang it in the rafters at The Jungle is a great one. Now all the Wildcats have to do is show they can keep winning when they host the Phoenix.

Nov 17

Monday is fun-day as Josh matches Wilt

In: NBL, Boomers & Opals, NBA — Monday, 14 Nov, 2022

TRUST this. There are not going to be many times an Aussie baller matches an NBA record for decades now held by the incomparable - and in my view, maybe the true G.O.A.T. - Wilt Chamberlain. But one-and-done Adelaide 36er Josh Giddey can today make that claim.

Nov 14

Another Randall maul for Adelaide

In: NBL — Tuesday, 8 Nov, 2022

NOT so long ago, it was Jerome Randle and Adelaide parting company and now Craig Randall II has left the 36ers by "mutual consent." It must just be a "Randall" thing but don't be in any doubt the Sixers will reach out to Sydney Kings championship playmaker Jaylen Adams.

Nov 8

Rd6 NBL23: Bounce back wins mark race to recess

In: NBL — Monday, 7 Nov, 2022

THE NBL takes a brief recess for the FIBA World Cup qualifying window next weekend so it was timely Perth and Melbourne secured important "bounce back" wins before the break, and Aron Baynes led Brisbane to its most meaningful win of the season over Tasmania in Hobart.

Nov 7

NBL TOTW6: The Squeeze is On

In: NBL — Monday, 7 Nov, 2022

THERE were highs and lows for a number of contenders for NBL Round 6's Team of the Week honours but two teams stood out as experiencing just highs. Cairns Taipans got the job done over Melbourne and Sydney held on to outlast the Breakers in New Zealand.

NBL23 Rd6: Wildcats? JR would struggle playing for JR

In: NBL — Thursday, 3 Nov, 2022

JOHN Rillie might find it tough playing under John Rillie. The rookie Perth Wildcats coach always knew taking on the NBL's most storied franchise after a "down" year would be a difficult way to start his head coaching career and no-one should be baying for his head, despite his team's struggles.

Nov 3

NBL TOTW5: Time to Ditch the Doubts

In: NBL — Tuesday, 1 Nov, 2022

OUR NBL Team of the Week regularly causes some degree of angst and again after Round 5, we have two teams strongly vying for the right to wear the ultimate and most coveted accolade in Australian team sports. This was always going to be a tough one. The Phoenix or the Breakers? 

Nov 1

Rd5 NBL23: Super Saturday and Phoenix thrillers

In: NBL — Monday, 31 Oct, 2022

A SUPER Saturday of last-gasp edge-of-your-seat thrillers, South East Melbourne winning in Perth by one point after pressure Mitch Creek free throws, then topping Adelaide in overtime, and New Zealand streaming to the top of the league made NBL Round 5 an absolute epic.

Oct 31

B&B: Balloons and coat-hangers for starters

In: NBL, Boomers & Opals — Friday, 28 Oct, 2022

TIME for a "Where Are They Now?" episode of the Brad&Boti podcast so Brad Rosen and I threw on our deer-stalker caps, grabbed our magnifying glasses and went in search of a former NBL import who rose to the position of running the league before joining BA. No, it's NOT Bill Palmer. 

Oct 28

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