Train
Two years ago

#38344

Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

The rematch to last weekends nail biter.
Both team have played already this week with Hawks beating Crocs and Wildcats going down in another thriller to United.

This game could come down to which team has more stamina and Perth could really do with Prathers fresh legs for the game.

I really hope the quality of this game is as good as the last one. I've tipped Hawks to win this one but if Damo and Prather make a significant contribution then I won't be surprised to see Perth get the Win

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Tom
Two years ago
13:58 31 Oct 15

Reply #560099

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Jack Toft, where's the 36ers v Taipans preview? Haven't had a good laugh yet today.


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Kobe24
Two years ago
14:11 31 Oct 15

Reply #560101

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

I really hope the Hawks can come out and get some quick revenge. They were absolutely pissed about that loss, and if they shoot like they did last time they met, doubt the Cats can reproduce the same shooting. Should be a cracker, Hawks by 8.


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Luuuc
Two years ago
16:39 31 Oct 15

Reply #560123

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

‏@PerthWildcats
WILDCATS ALERT: Casey Prather will return to the line-up for tonight's game against Illawarra.


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Train
Two years ago
16:53 31 Oct 15

Reply #560125

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Nice :) thewest.com.au also reported that Damo will play a lot more minutes tonight also.

Great news for the Cats.


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Luuuc
Two years ago
17:04 31 Oct 15

Reply #560127

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Wildcats $1.40, Hawks $2.95 atm.
Margin -5.5 points, Over/Under 166.5

I like the Cats at home with Prather back, but Hawks not bad value I reckon. Can get $4 on them for a 1-10 point win.


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Anonymous
Two years ago
19:47 31 Oct 15

Reply #560155

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

So you like both sides then?


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Anonymous
Two years ago
19:54 31 Oct 15

Reply #560162

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Cats at full strength against the return of two favorite songs. Ooh what a night


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Luuuc
Two years ago
19:55 31 Oct 15

Reply #560163

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Cats have shortened to $1.35, Hawks $3.20, as I kind of expected after the Prather news filtered through.

"So you like both sides then?"
Haha, fair question. To clarify, I like the Cats to win, but in betting terms I think the value is with the Hawks. I'm definitely not touching the Cats at $1.35, but I'm very tempted by $3.20.


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Train
Two years ago
20:23 31 Oct 15

Reply #560174

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Yeah I changed my tips to Cats to win when I heard Prather was back in.


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Bear
Two years ago
20:31 31 Oct 15

Reply #560181

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Looking forward to this one, big time...


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tiko
Two years ago
21:09 31 Oct 15

Reply #560213

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Perth will be angry after the refs screwed them in Melbourne I suspect


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AngusH
Two years ago
21:10 31 Oct 15

Reply #560214

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Hawks @ $3.20 is crazy value. Winning in Perth is never easy, but Hawks are a great chance (says I as Jawai throws down his 2nd bucket of the night...).


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Anonymous
Two years ago
21:11 31 Oct 15

Reply #560215

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

live stats?


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tiko
Two years ago
21:12 31 Oct 15

Reply #560217

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Looks the giant (jawai) is rounding into form


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AngusH
Two years ago
21:13 31 Oct 15

Reply #560218

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

stats: http://www.nbl.com.au/livestats/?matchid=139026


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AngusH
Two years ago
21:16 31 Oct 15

Reply #560219

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

That's the thing about playing Perth... 2-3 zone is the obvious choice against them, but it puts you at a real disadvantage boxing them out.


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tiko
Two years ago
21:16 31 Oct 15

Reply #560220

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Matty knight is by far the best big in the nbl at the moment.


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AngusH
Two years ago
21:17 31 Oct 15

Reply #560221

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

I don't know, Kazzouh & AJ are pretty special at the moment, too. Jawai looks like he might be starting to find his form as well.


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tiko
Two years ago
21:17 31 Oct 15

Reply #560222

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

That frontcourt is downright scary when it is clicking.


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tiko
Two years ago
21:19 31 Oct 15

Reply #560223

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

You're right about kazz but knight is tough on both ends of the floor


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Train
Two years ago
21:20 31 Oct 15

Reply #560224

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

DOLLA DOLLA BEAL!!


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Roy Hobbs
Two years ago
21:20 31 Oct 15

Reply #560225

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Are Cats fans happy now? They are getting everything in their favour from the refs this game.


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tiko
Two years ago
21:21 31 Oct 15

Reply #560226

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Perth looking in ominus form


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Anonymous
Two years ago
21:21 31 Oct 15

Reply #560227

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Weeks' shorts must belong to a 5 man. Enough material in there to make a spinnaker!
Game over already.


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AngusH
Two years ago
21:23 31 Oct 15

Reply #560229

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

What a block by Lisch.


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tiko
Two years ago
21:24 31 Oct 15

Reply #560230

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Wagstaff plays in slow motion


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Anonymous
Two years ago
21:25 31 Oct 15

Reply #560231

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

white numbers on white singlets, some intelligent decision makers about.


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Anonymous
Two years ago
21:26 31 Oct 15

Reply #560232

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Some of the offensive calls are comedy central


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Anonymous
Two years ago
21:27 31 Oct 15

Reply #560233

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Is there a reason why Perth, as the best resourced club in the league, don't have a different colour on the hardwood outside the white sidelines and baselines? Like some red decals with their name/logo?


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AngusH
Two years ago
21:27 31 Oct 15

Reply #560234

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Yeah, agree on the Hawks jerseys. Those numbers should be red or black. Jerseys look like off-the-shelf no-brand basketball jerseys.


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Anonymous
Two years ago
21:28 31 Oct 15

Reply #560236

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Damien Martin changes the whole Perth defence for the better.


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Train
Two years ago
21:28 31 Oct 15

Reply #560237

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Great game of ball going on and some twat wants to rant about what they are wearing.


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AngusH
Two years ago
21:29 31 Oct 15

Reply #560238

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

How the jerseys look on TV does actually matter.


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Anonymous
Two years ago
21:31 31 Oct 15

Reply #560239

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Little weeks is a handy busy player


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Roy Hobbs
Two years ago
21:32 31 Oct 15

Reply #560240

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Weeks pushed to the ground = flop warning? That's a joke


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Anonymous
Two years ago
21:33 31 Oct 15

Reply #560241

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Who's that huge kid on the Perth bench?
A development player.
Looked taller and larger than Jervis who is 7'0.


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Anonymous
Two years ago
21:35 31 Oct 15

Reply #560243

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Hire is not nbl standard player


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Anonymous
Two years ago
21:36 31 Oct 15

Reply #560244

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Jawai is just a monster


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sagemania
Two years ago
21:41 31 Oct 15

Reply #560247

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Lisch might be getting warmed up to put forward a special performance!


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Roy Hobbs
Two years ago
21:43 31 Oct 15

Reply #560249

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Is pulling someones shorts off a foul?


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sagemania
Two years ago
21:45 31 Oct 15

Reply #560250

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Jawai gets treated pretty badly by the officials


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Roy Hobbs
Two years ago
21:46 31 Oct 15

Reply #560252

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Jawai just pulled Davidsons shorts off and no call was made. He gets away with just as much as what gets called on him.


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sagemania
Two years ago
21:47 31 Oct 15

Reply #560253

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Lisch having a heck of a game


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sagemania
Two years ago
21:50 31 Oct 15

Reply #560254

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Beal is getting it going!


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snooch
Two years ago
21:53 31 Oct 15

Reply #560257

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Hawks bench is a worry. What has happened to Larry Davidson's game? He's been awful this season.


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sagemania
Two years ago
21:57 31 Oct 15

Reply #560258

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Once Rhy Martin gets back the Hawks bench output will get better.


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Bear
Two years ago
22:01 31 Oct 15

Reply #560262

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Great game, again, not over by a long shot at half time. Davidson is a veteran, probably shows how light on for quality bigs the Hawks are.

Rhys Vague would be the development player on the bench for the Wildcats, he will be a very good player in time and he is a big lad, played for Australia in 19's at worlds I believe...

Commentators in this game are probably equal to the best I have heard so far this season, they are knowledgeable and seem to time it well, working well together, unlike some of the officials.

How do they miss Jawai pantsing Davidson and throwing him to the ground, with his pants down to his knees?

Anyhoo, here's to another close one, maybe...


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Victorian wildcat
Two years ago
22:03 31 Oct 15

Reply #560263

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Kenny needs to shoot more, has a nice shot, but seems reluctant to take them.


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sagemania
Two years ago
22:07 31 Oct 15

Reply #560265

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

jawai wow


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Kobe24
Two years ago
22:07 31 Oct 15

Reply #560266

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Jawai is cool to watch. Glad he is starting to motor.


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AngusH
Two years ago
22:09 31 Oct 15

Reply #560268

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Jawai approaching 40% of Cairns Taipans-era Jawai.


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AngusH
Two years ago
22:12 31 Oct 15

Reply #560269

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

What a pass by Jawai to Kenny.


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Train
Two years ago
22:12 31 Oct 15

Reply #560270

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Ogilvy and Redhage trading flops


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sagemania
Two years ago
22:13 31 Oct 15

Reply #560271

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Perth turning on the screws but the Hawks are not going to down without a fight.


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Train
Two years ago
22:14 31 Oct 15

Reply #560272

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Why the hell is Kenny so reluctant to shoot 3's. I've said this before but what a great pickup for the Cats and WTF he hasn't been picked up by NZ


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Kobe24
Two years ago
22:14 31 Oct 15

Reply #560273

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Geez Hawks look spent. Not a good sign, may have to use that import spot after all.


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AngusH
Two years ago
22:14 31 Oct 15

Reply #560274

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

I don't get why they are doubling Jawai on the post up. Most of his damage is coming from dishes around the basket, not post ups.


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Roy Hobbs
Two years ago
22:15 31 Oct 15

Reply #560275

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Flophage still the King. Utterly ridiculous the crap he gets away with.

Long live the King


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Train
Two years ago
22:16 31 Oct 15

Reply #560277

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

@Roy Hobbs Your biasness undoes your credibility


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AngusH
Two years ago
22:22 31 Oct 15

Reply #560279

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Ellis and Coenraad both seem to shoot too many 3s to me.


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sagemania
Two years ago
22:22 31 Oct 15

Reply #560280

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Perth are just spanking them now


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Victorian wildcat
Two years ago
22:23 31 Oct 15

Reply #560281

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Not even sure why they bother with live stats or a website for that matter. Cannot seem to get it right year in year out.


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Roy Hobbs
Two years ago
22:24 31 Oct 15

Reply #560282

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Yup I dislike the way the Cats play, will never try say otherwise.

It is a shame as they have many skilled players, yet they tend to play the "man not ball" at times.

I would also think my "bias" is far out-weighed by the Perth posters here.


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Kobe24
Two years ago
22:24 31 Oct 15

Reply #560283

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Train c'mon man, it is borderline laughable. BUT it'd stop if the refs weren't so naive to it. So cant blame him, no matter how stupid he looks.


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sagemania
Two years ago
22:26 31 Oct 15

Reply #560284

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

This is getting ugly.


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Roy Hobbs
Two years ago
22:28 31 Oct 15

Reply #560287

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

I'm glad I provide humour to you Kobe 24. It doesn't change the fact that the reffing in this Game has been to the Wildcats favour and by a good margin.

No, it's not their fault but the way Redhage performs is his fault. Even Robbins, a former team mate, was telling him to stop with the flopping. That says something.


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Kobe24
Two years ago
22:31 31 Oct 15

Reply #560288

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Relax there champ I'm agreeing with you. Its laughable that Redhage gets away with it so often. Train is a pretty switched on poster and i was making the point to him that he must see it to a degree...


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Roy Hobbs
Two years ago
22:32 31 Oct 15

Reply #560289

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Ahhh ok gotcha Kobe24. It can be taken both ways. No harm, no foul.


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Train
Two years ago
22:33 31 Oct 15

Reply #560290

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Once again there's been some really bad calls both ways. To say the cats are getting it all their way is about bias also.


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Kobe24
Two years ago
22:34 31 Oct 15

Reply #560291

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Roy unless its Redhage then its no harm, FLOP ;)


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AngusH
Two years ago
22:35 31 Oct 15

Reply #560292

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Nice push-off by Prather before the shot. :/


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Train
Two years ago
22:36 31 Oct 15

Reply #560293

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

I'm not a big fan of the officiating as a whole this season. Perth have been the benefactor of lots of bad calls but you have to admit they have been robbed equally of as many. The refs need to take control of the game better as a whole


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Roy Hobbs
Two years ago
22:36 31 Oct 15

Reply #560294

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

He really gets my goat, so much skill negated by so much floppery.

Oh well, back to watching the casey Prather show.


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Anonymous
Two years ago
22:36 31 Oct 15

Reply #560295

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

The blowout troll will not be amused


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Hansi
Two years ago
22:38 31 Oct 15

Reply #560297

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Had the moron refs not screwd perth in Melbourne they would be 5 wins and 1 loss


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Train
Two years ago
22:40 31 Oct 15

Reply #560298

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Had Perth not screwed themselves in the game against the Crocs they would be 5-1. United made the play that matters move on.


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Roy Hobbs
Two years ago
22:40 31 Oct 15

Reply #560299

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

I agree with that Train. Personally I think they need a real concerted emphasis on protecting ball handlers, reducing the holding/grabbing off the ball and cutting down the chatter from Players and Coaches.

We all want to see an exciting, attacking Game. We all want the NBL to thrive. I think they go hand in hand.

Sadly, right now, the League has improved in MANY areas, the officiating is not one of them.


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Hansi
Two years ago
22:42 31 Oct 15

Reply #560300

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Perth kitty cats putting on a show


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AngusH
Two years ago
22:44 31 Oct 15

Reply #560303

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

You live by the three, you (sometimes) die by it too. I think Melbourne is going to have a game or two this season like the Hawks have tonight.


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Train
Two years ago
22:46 31 Oct 15

Reply #560304

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

@Roy Hobbs - we can agree on this. If they are going to call charge/blocks especially; atleast be consistent. The way I see it, you can have as many stars In the league as you want but if you don't have the officiating up to standards we we just negate that.


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Roy Hobbs
Two years ago
22:47 31 Oct 15

Reply #560305

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Yeah we definitely agree on that point Train.

Referee development/training/cohesion is a must.


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Kobe24
Two years ago
22:50 31 Oct 15

Reply #560307

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

So are Cats fans all good with Trev now, or does he still have to go... Cats look much better than I thought they'd be so far.


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Anonymous
Two years ago
22:50 31 Oct 15

Reply #560308

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

This game was tight but now it's tight as a thai hooker


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Train
Two years ago
22:52 31 Oct 15

Reply #560309

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

@Kobe24 here that sound? The bandwagon is rolling into town lol


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Kobe24
Two years ago
22:57 31 Oct 15

Reply #560310

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Early days yet my friend but they have settled well ;) Betting agents will be clueless what to do come finals time! Surely the Hawks will have to add an import if they are legit about this thing, live by the 3 die by it i get, but they have an off night in a final and they will need to have a plan B. That got ugly real quick!


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Anonymous
Two years ago
22:57 31 Oct 15

Reply #560311

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Perth just keep getting done


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LV
Two years ago
23:02 31 Oct 15

Reply #560314

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

The rest of the league is wondering how they'll beat Perth if Prather and Jawai play like that, and their team hits a good clip from outside.

As for the Hawks, live by the three and die by it...


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Anonymous
Two years ago
23:04 31 Oct 15

Reply #560317

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Strongest NBL season ever! BULLSHIT.


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Train
Two years ago
23:06 31 Oct 15

Reply #560318

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Tipping this year is a biatch. I don't think you can write off any team. Heck, Sydney could very well knock off Melbourne tomorrow. No way in hell would I pick Cats to knock off Hawks by 29 points. Did Oscar Foreman even play this game? I can't even remember him in this game.


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Jerry
Two years ago
23:09 31 Oct 15

Reply #560319

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Once Damo gets into the flow and the frontcourt clicks this Cats outfit will be very hard to stop.


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LV
Two years ago
23:14 31 Oct 15

Reply #560322

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Perth is on equal footing with Melbourne as favs imo.


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Jerry
Two years ago
23:18 31 Oct 15

Reply #560324

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

I still think the Breakers are going to be there abouts as well.


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Maxymoo
Two years ago
23:30 31 Oct 15

Reply #560326

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Big win - Nate over AJ if there is a boomers spot


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Luuuc
Two years ago
00:25 1 Nov 15

Reply #560334

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Well that was a disappointing 2nd half by the Hawks. They weren't flash in the 1st either frankly but they made a contest of it.
Enjoyed the Redhage-Ogilvy antics, Jawai getting pumped up, and Prather finding his groove in his first game back. Even nailed a couple of 3's I think, which was a bit shocking. (what's up with the stalled boxscore?)
Was good seeing Lisch back in Perth Arena doing his thing. Fights hard but could have used a few more mates tonight. Bevo in a suit?!?


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Lindsay
Two years ago
05:09 1 Nov 15

Reply #560341

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

@Train Forman was on the bench for large stretches as he got into foul trouble early.


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Tim
Two years ago
07:18 1 Nov 15

Reply #560342

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

We'll coached Gleeson. Great to have Damian Martin back. GO WILDCATS.


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Bear
Two years ago
08:12 1 Nov 15

Reply #560344

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Second half was disappointing as a contest, but credit to Perth, they choked the life out of the Hawk's and took away some of their perceived advantages, then showed that they themselves have so many weapons.

The Hawks need another quality big man, who can score and play hard in the paint!


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Anonymous
Two years ago
13:39 1 Nov 15

Reply #560387

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

The wildcats inability to inbound the ball well speaks to poor coaching i feel. It should not be that hard to draw up a play to get the ball in. Otherwise it was a good performance


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Wildcats views
Two years ago
17:20 1 Nov 15

Reply #560445

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Here's my take on the win

http://wildcatsviews.com/2015/11/01/perth-wildcats-maul-the-illawarra-hawks/


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Dazz
Two years ago
17:34 2 Nov 15

Reply #560641

re: Wildcats vs Hawks - Sat Oct 31

Great to see big Nate finally finding his game (and his teammates finding him with the ball.)
And I'm starting to like what Prather can bring, especially in his first game back from injury. He can score, and importantly he has shown he can score from range. He's slotting nicely into the swingman role. With so many forwards crowding our bench, he's looking like a good alternative option in the 3.
I just hope he can continue nailing those triples.

Disappointed again in Hire & Wagstaff. After being the heroes last game against the Hawks, they have now gone MIA two games in a row. Especially disappointing considering that once the game was won, Gleeson ran the bench, and they had low-pressure opportunity to pile on some stats.

Great to see Emu Rhys Vague drain a 3 with his first minutes on court.

Loved the positive reception D'Lisch got when he was introduced. He also had a good game, especially early on.


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