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Jack Toft
Two years ago

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Crocs v Wildcats

This is the first of three home games in a row for The Crocs who are staring down the barrel of 0-10, and looking for a new CEO. Nevill has provided a light at the end of the tunnel and arrives just in time for the Sixers (lucky Sixers).

Perth had the game Thurday night and now cross over two time zones to arrive in FNQ, where Australians still need a travel Visa and are advised not to provoke the natives, eh but (injections are optional). They find themselves outside the 4, and while some of us would be pleased to see them stay there, don't expect them there for long.

Townsville have become the easybeats of the NBL. Some people bag PC, but he is still scoring well and Holmes is boarding well. Blanchfield is having his best season, or is it because the rest are having bad seasons?

I'm kinda hoping the Crocs get a win to open their account, it'll take the pressure off for the Sixers next round.

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Nike Al
Two years ago
11:15 24 Nov 12

Reply #388923

re: Crocs v Wildcats

Cats by 15 points Matt Knight to have a monster game


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Anonymous
Two years ago
12:53 24 Nov 12

Reply #388931

re: Crocs v Wildcats

Agreed Cats will win it easily - it's only a matter of time that the Cats start clicking again,

lish will be the key again for the win


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Mystro
Two years ago
13:42 24 Nov 12

Reply #388933

re: Crocs v Wildcats

Crocs will eventually get a win, won't be this one though


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Dunkin' Dan
Two years ago
14:39 24 Nov 12

Reply #388942

re: Crocs v Wildcats

Hope you're right.
Tough to play in Townsville 2 nights after playing in Perth, but on the plus side I felt like we turned the corner on Thursday. If we're in business as usual mode tonight then we should win.
I don't know about Knight having a monster game though. He is going to have his hands full!


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Spursfan
Two years ago
15:01 24 Nov 12

Reply #388944

re: Crocs v Wildcats

How would Knight have his hands full? The Crocs are a sieve inside.


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Anonymous
Two years ago
16:10 24 Nov 12

Reply #388949

re: Crocs v Wildcats

I know the Nevill/Schenscher battles don't resume until next weekend but career head-to-head in Crocs vs Wildcats/Tigers games.

5 games against each other (Nevill 3-2)

Nevill: 13.4 ppg @ 57.1%, 5.6 rpg

Schenscher: 9.8 ppg @ 45.5%, 7.0 rpg


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Spursfan
Two years ago
21:28 24 Nov 12

Reply #388962

re: Crocs v Wildcats

Hmm, interesting game so far. Is seven points in one quarter gettable?


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NBL Fan
Two years ago
21:59 24 Nov 12

Reply #388963

re: Crocs v Wildcats

Ervin was clearly fouled! Bad decision! Cost the Crocs the game!


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Dunkin' Dan
Two years ago
22:09 24 Nov 12

Reply #388964

re: Crocs v Wildcats

OK so when I said Knight would have his hands full I was thinking Nevill would be playing tonight.
Lucky for the Cats he didn't, because we got out of jail tonight. Could very easily have lost that one. Sleepwalked for the last 3 quarters.
Thank goodness the Crocs have Hinder.


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skull
Two years ago
22:12 24 Nov 12

Reply #388965

re: Crocs v Wildcats

SICK TO DEATH OF DICKHEAD REFS DECIDING GAMES.

INSTEAD OF PROTECTING THE GUY GOING TO THE BASKET THEY WANT BAIL OUT SHIT PLAYS AND MAKE THEMSELVES THE HERO.


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alexkrad
Two years ago
22:18 24 Nov 12

Reply #388966

re: Crocs v Wildcats

Exciting game in the end!

Both teams trying to hand the W to the other down the stretch with alot of missed shots and turnovers.

Townsville looked more passionate than they have but still need roster changes.

Wildcats looked good in the first half but then fatigue looked to have set it.

Dont like Crocs chances next week even with Nevill unless the crocs shooters, PC and Blanchfeild start draining threes.


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Spursfan
Two years ago
22:21 24 Nov 12

Reply #388968

re: Crocs v Wildcats

Ervin actually tried to play defense tonight, good on him.

I don't mind the Crocs chances next week actually.


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Anonymous
Two years ago
22:47 24 Nov 12

Reply #388970

re: Crocs v Wildcats

Larry Abney. Broke.
Perth should have smashed them. Both were terrible tonight. Ervin and D in the same sentence?
Make sure you back the Crocs Spursfan ;) Sixer's might have something to say about that.


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kr
Two years ago
23:15 24 Nov 12

Reply #388971

re: Crocs v Wildcats

Crap decision at the end on the Ervin drive cost the Crocs big time. Seriously though Woolpert how can we for the third time this year not even get a shot up from a set play after a time out. Was their anyone even setting a screen or moving off the ball trying to get open. AAAAAGGGGRRRHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!

But again too much expected from too few. Allen, Norton, Chris Cedar and Abney played 10 minutes or less for only 5 points, Hinder and Holmes played 62 minutes combined for only 9 points. So again the scoring is left to PC, Ervin and Blanchfield.

Nevill can't get here soon enough.


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Anonymous
Two years ago
02:37 25 Nov 12

Reply #388976

re: Crocs v Wildcats

Think perth would be happy just to get that win! Tough, after playing breakers thurs nyt then backing it up 2nyt! Couple call went cats way, but when ure a team like they are u do get those 50/50 calls just like a cj would and not a hire? So 2 games at home now, but to play 6 out ove 8 games away and to be where they are im happy with that, prob should got at least 1 of the 6ers games 2!


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XY
Two years ago
08:29 25 Nov 12

Reply #388987

re: Crocs v Wildcats

The 36ers are in a precarious position going up to play the Crocs next week. Total danger game. Perth, Adelaide and Sydney all with positive records vying for 4th place on the table. A loss to the re-tooled bottom dwellers would be devastating.


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Anonymous
Two years ago
09:09 25 Nov 12

Reply #388991

re: Crocs v Wildcats

Its like GWS and GCS. Someone will lose to them, but you hope it's not your AFL team. Same with the Crocs. Question is with so little production form not of the teams will Nevill make that much difference?
Abney 5 minutes. I guess he's saving his frequent flyer points to go home.


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The Situation
Two years ago
12:33 25 Nov 12

Reply #388998

re: Crocs v Wildcats

I don't think the dickhead refs made Hinder chuck up a terrible three-pointer, or made Hinder run through Martin for no reason, or made Hinder fumble an easy pass out of bounds....hmm, I'm noticing a pattern here.


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Spursfan
Two years ago
12:56 25 Nov 12

Reply #389000

re: Crocs v Wildcats

But hey, Hinder is better than Schenscher...apparently


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skull
Two years ago
13:03 25 Nov 12

Reply #389001

re: Crocs v Wildcats

the only pattern developing here is that Hinder is proving he IS the biggest dickhead player in the league and that the amount of dickhead refs making shit calls is now more obvious as i get to watch ALL the games on NBLtv.



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Spursfan
Two years ago
13:19 25 Nov 12

Reply #389002

re: Crocs v Wildcats

True, I was hoping NBL TV could act as something of a moderating tool because everything was on video, but the reffing isn't any better.


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