What will sengstock have to do to piss you off?
Like a parent who has just got a new baby, Larry hasn't made one mistake yet, however in my opinion he should probably take one or two calculated risks (as opposed to doing nothing) in order to give aussie basketball fans the confidence that things will change.
(during regular season, with a cut-off time, it's never been done before in aussie pro sports, it'd be different and not entirely unecessary)
2) Open import restrictions to include asian players for example? (Few top leagues restrict local players to just 1/2 countries - Europe is different kettle of fish i know!!)
3) Push for AIS U/22 team in aussie league in near future (college culture in canberra, plus developmental advantages for future - happens in many sporting leagues around the world also)
will the league change timing of season,
have themed rounds,
have sponsor handouts at games (food tends to be most effective IMO - it's cheap and = instant satisfaction)
have a different system of sponsoring at all,
will the boomers play here more often against quality opposition?,
is FTA at all possible? - if not, what is needed for it to be a possibility?
If Lazza does nothing (granted, i know he is not the only person to have control), he will be quite disliked by most people in this forum and others IMO. And if he does only 1 or 2 things or plays it extremely safe then he'll be disliked by 85-90% of b'ball fans.
Indifference would be a very ordinary response by the aussie sporting public to the NEWB.L. next year.
Good Luck Larry.