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B&B: Just a coupla fogies talking NBL/WNBL

In: NBL, WNBL — Thursday, 27 Jan, 2022

WE scoured the countryside this week in search of a guest for our weekly Brad&Boti podcast and came up shamelessly empty. It forced Brad Rosen and I to actually have a more in-depth look at the latest goings on in our WNBL and NBL comps and in the end, we quite enjoyed it! Hopefully, you do too!


Jan 27

Tough round for Flames, Lightning: WNBL 9

In: WNBL — Tuesday, 25 Jan, 2022

COMING off a narrow loss to Perth, Sydney Flames will like their chances tonight in Bendigo against a Spirit team which now has lost Leilani Mitchell for the rest of the season. But it's the first of three matches for the Flames in a difficult round which also sees WNBL leader Adelaide in Townsville then playing at home 36 hours later.


Jan 25

Boomers scrap past Flyers, sink Lynx: WNBL

In: WNBL — Monday, 17 Jan, 2022

THE WNBL burst back into live action this week, despite the absence of several name players from teams, Perth into the winners' column and Melbourne staking its claim for top spot, staving off a desperate Southside before holding out the Lynx, Tess Madgen back.


Jan 17

Taylor-made to phill in phor Phoenix

In: NBL, WNBL — Friday, 14 Jan, 2022

THEY'RE definitely NOT playing ring-a-ring-a-rosey at South East Melbourne but tomorrow against the Bullets in Brisbane, Steve Taylor Jr will suit up instead of Brandon Ashley, who the Phoenix signed to replace Devin "Who?" Thomas. COVID has opened the door for some much-needed NBL quick-signing player relief.


Jan 14

B&B: Imagine Madgen chattin' - We talk to Tess

In: WNBL, Boomers & Opals — Thursday, 13 Jan, 2022

WE love a good in-depth interview at our Brad&Boti podcasts and Melbourne's Tess Madgen - that rare commodity of a Boomer AND an Opal - is all that and more as she joins Brad Rosen and me to talk about the trip from the Barossa Valley to Tokyo, with many of the stops along the way.


Jan 13

Lynx to iron out kinks: WNBL

In: WNBL — Wednesday, 12 Jan, 2022

WITH three matches in six days as the WNBL seeks to restore its coronavirus-hit 2021-22 season, the Perth Lynx will have a series of opportunities to iron out a few kinks, albeit against three teams most are touting as likely to make up 75 per cent of the Final Four.

 


Jan 12

Lynx no longer missing, just beaten: WNBL/NBL

In: NBL, WNBL — Sunday, 2 Jan, 2022

UNFASHIONABLE Adelaide is once again on top of the WNBL table after turning back deficits of 14 and 15 points to stun championship favourite Perth 88-86 in a high-class thriller today at Lights Community Centre, Tokyo Olympic duo Steph Talbot and Alanna Smith magnificent.


Jan 2

B&B: 'Gibbo' joins us to review 2021

In: NBL, WNBL, Boomers & Opals, NBA — Friday, 31 Dec, 2021

AS THE tremendously challenging year that has been 2021 draws to its steady conclusion, London Olympian and multiple NBL champion Adam Gibson joins Brad Rosen and myself for our final Brad&Boti podcast, reviewing the highs and the lows of another memorable 12 months in a game constantly stalked by the coronavirous.


Dec 31

Lightning at the summit

In: WNBL — Thursday, 30 Dec, 2021

THE YEAR of WNBL comes to a close in SA with Adelaide Lightning looking terrific, back wearing the state's tri-colours and suddenly, after holding Melbourne to three last quarter points, in first place on the championship ladder. It may be short-lived but it hasn't happened in a while.

 


Dec 30

B&B: Time for a Mailperson to be Opalling

In: NBL, WNBL — Tuesday, 28 Dec, 2021

CHRISTMAS IS here so podcast colleague Brad Rosen and I sat down to be nice and naughty - that's the correct order is it not? - going through the controversies of the day (and there's a Hungry Jacks' sized Whopper among them) and also asking the question, what does Anneli Maley have to do to make an Opals squad?


Dec 28

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