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BJF
Two years ago

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Boomers History on You Tube

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ojt4pIAZAQI

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Anonymous
Two years ago
15:54 11 Dec 12

Reply #391756

re: Boomers History on You Tube

Well made!
Like Vlahov's little dig at what could have been done differently!


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Anonymous
Two years ago
16:55 11 Dec 12

Reply #391766

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orbit
Two years ago
17:41 11 Dec 12

Reply #391777

re: Boomers History on You Tube

Tonny Jensen - perhaps the biggest questionable Boomer ever?


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Hurls
Two years ago
19:34 11 Dec 12

Reply #391797

re: Boomers History on You Tube

orbit... how about... Russel Hinder, Luke Kendall, Luke Schensher, Scott Macgreggor, Daniel Kickert Paul Rees?


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Anonymous
Two years ago
19:39 11 Dec 12

Reply #391799

re: Boomers History on You Tube

Who was the small forward from the tigers who played in 2001? That was questionable.


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Vart
Two years ago
07:40 12 Dec 12

Reply #391824

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That would be Daniel Egan.


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Anonymous
Two years ago
21:25 12 Dec 12

Reply #391947

re: Boomers History on You Tube

Can't actually believe the people on here. Negative, negative, negative. Instead of enjoying a well made short film on the history of our gutsy basketballers, you want to go on about who SHOULDN'T be in the team! Far out people, how about being positive for a change! How good was it to see Gaze, Vlahov, Longley, Smyth or perhaps marvel at how Sengstock did against guys that were over 7 foot? We are a small nation, yet our basketballers have a history of never backing down and have often beaten teams we should never beat. I for one enjoyed watching that and am proud to remember such great players who did us proud.

Try looking at the good side rather than ALWAYS at the bad who knows you might actually like it!


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Two years ago
01:47 13 Dec 12

Reply #391964

re: Boomers History on You Tube

good watch.

5.13 - love the blue team when someone dropped down from the elbow to score.

7.01 - who has that hair next to lindsay gaze ?




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.
Two years ago
01:48 13 Dec 12

Reply #391965

re: Boomers History on You Tube

sorry 5.09


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Vart
Two years ago
07:56 13 Dec 12

Reply #391970

re: Boomers History on You Tube

Good call above Anon.

One underrated Boomer for mine was Mark Bradtke. In fact, I reckon he could possibly be the best big man this country has ever produced, despite the achievements of Longley, Bogut and Andersen. Hogey was just a machine at his peak. I distinctly remember staying up all hours of the morning watching the 1994 World Championships on SBS, and watching him toil away every single game, playing at the centre position, against much bigger opponents. He always gave 100%, and was a massive presence for us, especially on the boards.


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