Years ago


36ers jump Cairns & Townsville

If one win can turn the tables so much, we'll be top of the ladder next week.

Bring on the "Suck Marty" threads.

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Years ago
17:32 13 Jan 13

Reply #398555

re: 36ers jump Cairns & Townsville

Great thread, will read again

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Years ago
20:15 13 Jan 13

Reply #398589

re: 36ers jump Cairns & Townsville

Not even sure what OP is getting at.

Reality is, coaching deficiencies or not, Wollongong have lost a near-impossible-to-replace Australian guard and opened the door for a team in the bottom four to make a run. That said, they are still reasonably dangerous and haven't been blown out in regulation in any games.

Adelaide have played a few more games than some opponents and have a lot of road games to come though. But it's not as though Cairns or Melbourne are particularly convincing either.

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Jack Toft
Years ago
21:00 13 Jan 13

Reply #398608

re: 36ers jump Cairns & Townsville

Wollongong are at risk of tumbling out of the 4, and Sydney are no guarantee either.

Sydney run home:

15 18/01/13 (Fri) V Melbourne Tigers
16 24/01/13 (Thu) @ New Zealand Breakers (L)
17 02/02/13 (Sat) @ Townsville Crocodiles
18 09/02/13 (Sat) V New Zealand Breakers (L)
19 15/02/13 (Fri) V Cairns Taipans
20 24/02/13 (Sun) V Perth Wildcats (L)
21 03/03/13 (Sun) V Townsville Crocodiles
22 08/03/13 (Fri) @ Perth Wildcats (L)
23 15/03/13 (Fri) @ Wollongong Hawks
24 22/03/13 (Fri) V Townsville Crocodiles

Need to bag 6 of those games to make finals. A fairly good run home, but assuming they drop their games to the Breakers and 'Cats, they could end up 13 & 15.

'Gong run home:

15 17/01/13 (Thu) @ New Zealand Breakers (L)
19/01/13 (Sat) @ Townsville Crocodiles (L)
16 26/01/13 (Sat) V New Zealand Breakers (L)
17 01/02/13 (Fri) @ Adelaide 36ers
03/02/13 (Sun) @ Perth Wildcats (L)
18 08/02/13 (Fri) V Melbourne Tigers
19 15/02/13 (Fri) @ New Zealand Breakers (L)
17/02/13 (Sun) V Townsville Crocodiles
20 22/02/13 (Fri) V Adelaide 36ers
21 02/03/13 (Sat) @ Melbourne Tigers
22 09/03/13 (Sat) @ Townsville Crocodiles
23 15/03/13 (Fri) V Sydney Kings
24 23/03/13 (Sat) V Adelaide 36ers

Looking for 7 wins. Key games will be on 1/2/13 against the Sixers - Wollongong likely to have dropped 3 in a row and on the doomsday double. The Tigers game in R18 and the two home games against the Sixers will decide their season. R23 will be a crackerjack game. They could tumble to 12 & 16 if they are not careful.

With Perth and Breakers so dominant, could a team with 13 wins and the split sneak into the 4?

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Years ago
07:20 14 Jan 13

Reply #398646

re: 36ers jump Cairns & Townsville

Hawks injury news makes Townsville choking away a gimme at home against the breakers even harder to swallow...

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