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Isaac
Two years ago

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Sixers' next three games at home

Perth, Townsville, NZ.

How do you think the results might play out?

This middle section of the season is crucial for Adelaide. The Sydney loss was the start of a four game span at home. The 36ers finish the season with five of the last six games being away from Adelaide.

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Anonymous
Two years ago
23:46 4 Dec 12

Reply #390304

re: Sixers' next three games at home

50/50 against Perth.
Win against Townsville.
Loss against Perth.


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Anonymous
Two years ago
23:46 4 Dec 12

Reply #390305

re: Sixers' next three games at home

*NZ


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Jack Toft
Two years ago
00:09 5 Dec 12

Reply #390306

re: Sixers' next three games at home

It's quite possible the team will go 0-3.

Perth: After a golden run against the Perth Pussycats, surely Bevo has worked out where he is going wrong.
Townsville: A win should be in the bag and as solid as a Politician's Promise, but then again....how can we invent a way to lose the un-losable game?
NZ: Can't remember the last time the Sixers beat the Breakers, did Phil Smyth have hair? Not that long ago, but the Sixers match up well against them, if the rotations are right.


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Kobe24
Two years ago
07:04 5 Dec 12

Reply #390314

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6ers will be in big trouble after this next 3.Have given no proof that they have any right to go better than 1-2, and potentially 0-3, which would put them in a big hole, considering how tight the comp is. Will tak the ultimate optimist to say they will go even as good as 2-1, which is sad considering at home and wth the roster we have it should be 3-0. Thats the power of Marty Clarke's influence, has this team completely out of whack... 22-44, perhaps soon to be 22-47 OUCH!!!


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Tornado
Two years ago
08:41 5 Dec 12

Reply #390319

re: Sixers' next three games at home

I can only see us winning the Townsville game but even then I'm not confident we'll get that one. This next 3 weeks is where the Sixers can regain some credibility...will it happen?


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Isaac
Two years ago
08:57 5 Dec 12

Reply #390321

re: Sixers' next three games at home

Kobe, no team with that schedule would be locking in 3-0 at home. Obviously replacing Perth or NZ with a Wollongong or form team where appropriate.

0-3 would be goodbye coach. 1-2 disappointing, predictable minimum. 2-1 would be slight redemption.


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KET
Two years ago
09:00 5 Dec 12

Reply #390323

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1-2, they should beat Townsville - Perth will get their revenge unless the "bogey" factor reaches new levels. NZ seems too strong to get revenge against


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Mutley
Two years ago
09:36 5 Dec 12

Reply #390328

re: Sixers' next three games at home

When was the last time we beat NZ?

I'm going 2-1, but beat Perth, lose to Townsville, and beat NZ.


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Kobe24
Two years ago
10:03 5 Dec 12

Reply #390332

re: Sixers' next three games at home

My thing is, at home in previous years with equally as stacked rosters, if not slightly less... the 6ers would always find a way to grind out big wins and knock off the best team at the time. Back then 3 straight against top tier teams or there abouts was a lock. I miss those days, the team was so much more entertaining to watch.


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alexkrad
Two years ago
10:25 5 Dec 12

Reply #390338

re: Sixers' next three games at home

I would probably lock in this weeks game too, Wildcats coming of a game against Wollongong on Friday and their obvious lack of ability to beat Adelaide for some unknown reason. Although if Redhage steps up like he did against the Kings and Dunigan can contain your bigs you will want to hope the 3 ball is falling.

Townsville should be a given. New Zealand will probably be a loss.

I think you will go 2-1.


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Isaac
Two years ago
10:49 5 Dec 12

Reply #390346

re: Sixers' next three games at home

We all know they'll win just enough to keep Marty employed, so 2-1?


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XY
Two years ago
13:31 5 Dec 12

Reply #390384

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I would take 2-1, but I think we are staring down 1-2. Unless the wheels really fall off, we are beating Townsville.

If so, that will put us at 6-7, and probably several games out of the top 4. Dangerous period for the Sixers.


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Jake
Two years ago
15:40 5 Dec 12

Reply #390411

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If the 36ers happen to lose all 3 do you think they will pull the trigger on the coach or ride the season out?


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KingJames
Two years ago
17:21 5 Dec 12

Reply #390429

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Isaac, I reckon 1-2.

We will lose to Perth with Marty saying how they have beaten them already twice this season, so the loss is acceptable.

We will also lose to NZ in a competitive game (with NZ playing in second gear the whole game) which Marty will use to say the team is improving besides losing two the bottom two teams and a injury plagued Sydney team.


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Anonymous
Two years ago
09:43 6 Dec 12

Reply #390597

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Ride the season out


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Camel 31
Two years ago
16:51 8 Dec 12

Reply #391070

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Most likely what we'll see from Marty
is Perth = loss . Townsville Loss . NZ a win .


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