Dillon
Years ago

Cadees future

Will he be a 6er next season? With Marty gone, may be keen to go to kings??

Is he contracted? What will happen?

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natwhereyouat  
Years ago

I'm sure he signed a two year deal (Could be wrong though). But the reason why he signed with Adelaide was because of Marty. So who knows.

Mitch Creek will be another interesting one.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Having signed a two year contract suggests to me that he would have known Clarke might not be his coach in the second year, unless the rumours of a "Clarke clause" actually exists.

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Jack Toft  
Years ago

"With Marty gone"

Has that been confirmed?

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Master Chief  
Years ago

Of course he would of known. Realistically, Clarke only chance at a head coach role would be a renewel with sixers, so carn't exactly follow him anywhere.

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EC  
Years ago

Cadee and Creek can thank Marty for the opportunity they have been given at NBL level but now that they have proven themselves, they can choose their own method of future success. They have no obligation to Marty to follow him around as quite frankly, at the end of this season Marty will have nothing left for them.

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Camel 31  
Years ago

Creek didn't wanna go to college , asked Clarke if he would sign him , otherwise he'd 'go to AFL draft.'
Johnson signed as a YAP U24player and Sam Harris , who at 7ft 4in , as a training player .
Pretty good , but with only 8 teams EC is right.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

How stupid is Creek then. NBL and maybe $50ooo a season or AFL with a minimum earn of say $80ooo, that could rise to a serious pay day. Maybe the dedication and commitment that is required at AFL level was too much for him.

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paul  
Years ago

Given Mitch was one of the best players in the world in his junior age group, Im sure he has aspirations for a much bigger career than a one country sport can offer. Getting there, of course, is the hard part!

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skud  
Years ago

[quote]How stupid is Creek then. NBL and maybe $50ooo a season or AFL with a minimum earn of say $80ooo[/quote]

Or choosing basketball and travelling all over the world to play, including playing for your country in the actual sport you play. Trying to get a gig in the NBA where you can earn more in a game than the AFL does in their season or play in Europe.

Seems Basketball has a lot more opportunities to me.

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Mystro  
Years ago

lmao of at AFL :shakeshead:

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Thomo  
Years ago

First time for every thing , I agree with EC post

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Bah  
Years ago

Min earn of 80k, '701? Ridiculous.

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Guns  
Years ago

AFL minumum is about 55k for a rookie listed player.

If he were to play say 10 games in his first season then he would get close to 80k.

In saying that he would need to be developed for a while before he is even considered for an AFL game (see Ben Dowdell).

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Guns  
Years ago

AFL minumum is about 55k for a rookie listed player.

If he were to play say 10 games in his first season then he would get close to 80k.

In saying that he would need to be developed for a while before he is even considered for an AFL game (see Ben Dowdell).

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Anonymous  
Years ago

NBA and Creek? Tell em you are dreaming. NBL possibly.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

What future, he should have been made to stand inline with all the other good young point guards but having Dad as the coaching Director ensures you get major mins and are aloud to shoot at will then people will look at his points and go great young prospect I remember another 2 kids at Bankstown who were just as good but did not have a dad who was in a posistion to tell weak kneed coaches play my son and give him a licence to shoot and don't be part of the team and don't worry about D

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Sector 7G  
Years ago

Cadee "may be keen to go to the Kings". Why?
Grew up with the Pigs - The Kings were the enemy. Certainly no sentimental connection to the Kings- if anything it would be to the contrary.

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Isaac  
Years ago

7G, it's the usual troll from the East Coast. Ignore them.

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