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ELITE basketball in Australia – essentially the NBL and WNBL but also the SEABL in a couple of instances – seriously needs to revisit a few aspects of the game.
WHEN Erin Phillips tomorrow night wins the – as yet – unnamed AFLW equivalent of the Brownlow Medal, the 2006 FIBA Women’s World Champion's name permanently should be engraved on it.
OUR Pictorial tribute to the MVP winners at our WNBL and NBL clubs for 2016-17.
DANDENONG Rangers this week awarded twin stars Sara Blicavs and Stephanie Cumming the club's MVP award for the 2016-17 WNBL season - today they became sisters-in-law.
THE day is coming when the WNBL returns to the small screen but in the meantime, its live stream coverage of the Grand Final Series certainly is worthy of comment.
SYDNEY Uni Flames captain Belinda Snell was the talk of the WNBL Championship Series after ending a 16-year drought between (champagne) drinks for the Sin City-siders.
TRAGICALLY, the WNBL this season only honoured its awards recipients with acknowledgements, website stories and platitudes which would be fine normally, except Suzy Batlovic became a five-time MVP.
SYDNEY’s strategy last night – and for claiming its first WNBL championship since 2001 – is simple: if in doubt, give the ball to Leilani.