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In: NBL, WNBL, Boomers & Opals, NBA, SA, Flashbacks, Misc — Wednesday, 27 Oct, 2021

DEAR regulars, apologies for the recent lack of B.O.T.I. coverage but have had a lot on the old plate. One daughter's wedding and marriage, another one's birthday, the imminent release of my memoir. In the meantime, great basketball stuff has been piling up but back on deck now and will start clearing those same decks shortly!

Oct 27

Bob's Corner: Lauren inducted and Kareem's new record

In: NBL, WNBL, NBA — Saturday, 18 Sep, 2021

BOB'S CORNER: Our U.S. correspondent BOB CRAVEN, a former import who starred in ACT and NSW during the Sixties, has more to add to Lauren Jackson's recent Hall of Fame induction and an on-court record Kareem Abdul-Jabbar helped end, six years after he retired as a player. 

Sep 18

FTF: Erin, Sunday to top the bill

In: NBL, WNBL, SA — Sunday, 8 Aug, 2021

MULTIPLE WNBAWNBL and AFLW championship and premiership winner Erin Phillips and South Sudanese-born Adelaide 36ers all-rounder, dual-NBL champion Sunday Dech top the bill for this month's Free Throw Foundation lunch at the Highway Hotel.

Aug 8

B&B: Sporny, talking Opals Olympic scenarios

In: WNBL, Boomers & Opals, SA — Monday, 2 Aug, 2021

OPALS in an Olympic pickle? You bet. So Brad Rosen and I spoke to the expert, Channel 7 commentator and triple-Olympian Rachael Sporn to explain all the scenarios ahead of tonight's mightily important final intragroup game against Games minnow Puerto Rico, and what the USA-France result also might mean.

Aug 2

B&B: Timmsy on life and the Games

In: WNBL, Boomers & Opals, Misc — Thursday, 22 Jul, 2021

MICHELE Timms, one of the all-time greats of Australian basketball, a pioneer and a pacesetter synonymous with international success, joins Brad Rosen and me on our Brad&Boti podcast this week to talk about her life and story, plus the latest Olympic developments, including Liz Cambage's departure from the Opals.

Jul 22

Losing my Religion. Bye, Sam, Isaac, Alex

In: NBL, WNBL — Monday, 28 Jun, 2021

PODCAST colleague and friend Brad Rosen and I like to banter about our long-standing affiliations to our NBL clubs - Sydney Kings and Adelaide 36ers respectively - but I can honestly (and sadly) confirm I have absolutely zero affinity for the Sixers of this era.

Jun 28

Basketball SA Hall of Fame inductees: Boti Nagy

In: NBL, WNBL, SA — Monday, 21 Jun, 2021

WELL this was certainly the most humbling experience in my life as a basketball lover, writer, and aficionado - learning of my own induction into the BASKETBALL SA Hall of Fame within its Class of 2021.

Jun 21

Basketball SA Hall of Fame inductees: Geoff Weeks

In: NBL, WNBL, Boomers & Opals, SA — Friday, 11 Jun, 2021

TICKETS are on sale now for the induction and presentation dinner of the 2021 Class to the BASKETBALL SA Hall of Fame, the gala event to be staged at Stamford Grand on Friday, July 9, and where the man regarded as the state's greatest referee, Geoff Weeks, will join the sport's immortals.

Jun 11

Basketball SA Hall of Fame inductees: North Adelaide 1990 Senior Women's Team

In: WNBL, Boomers & Opals, SA — Thursday, 10 Jun, 2021

EARLY-BIRD tickets are on sale for the BASKETBALL SA Hall of Fame presentation dinner at Stamford Grand on Friday, July 9, where the most dominant women's club team in the history of the sport in this state - North Adelaide's 1990 national champion - will be inducted as part of the Class of 2021.

Jun 10

Basketball SA Hall of Fame inductees: Ted Powell

In: WNBL, SA — Saturday, 5 Jun, 2021

TICKETS are on sale for the 2021 BASKETBALL SA Hall of Fame induction dinner at Stamford Grand on Friday, July 9, where Ted Powell - the man rightly credited with initiating the Women's National Basketball League - will join the immortals of South Australian basketball.

Jun 5

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