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THERE were a host of notable efforts in the NBL to collect this round's B.O.T.I. Player of the Week honours, and a WNBL stand-out.
DANDENONG is for real. Anyone who had any doubts had them partly erased last round but it was powerfully confirmed in the WNBL's Round 10.
THERE was a smattering of overblown talk last round about "statement" games but there are a few opportunities this weekend for delivering serious shots across the bows of our elite leagues.
THE NBL has never been more even - I'm sure we all get that - and the WNBL also is far more than a one-horse race.
SOME weeks are definitely harder than others and Round 9 certainly is a case in point for B.O.T.I. Player of Week nominees.
HATS off to Perth Lynx, the WNBL club this week announcing the biggest free-to-air TV news of the season with two games to be live on Channel 7.
THE problem with NBL referees, in particular, taking only discretionary action against players who so regularly travel, is it opens all kinds of dangerous doors.
THE NBL in 2016-17 is a tipster's nightmare and a promoter's dream, Round 9 this week presenting a menu of mouth-watering matchups.
WHAT a week! What a cracker round of NBL and WNBL basketball. It just doesn't get much better, although we should all be sad to see Steve Blake and Chante Black departing.
IT'S getting tougher by the round for defending WNBL champion Townsville to keep sight of the potential threepeat it should be chasing.