ryan
Years ago

State of Origin in Aus bball

Unrealistic I know but good to look at the depth charts of each state. Below I have listed some guns from each state, anyone care to compile a 10 man roster?

QLD:

Baynes
Jawai
Goulding
Weigh

VIC:

Bogut
Andersen
Dellevadova

SA:

Ingles
Newley
Forman
Ng

WA:

Worthington

TAS:

Gibson
Harris

ACT:

Mills

NSW:

Nielsen
Ogilvy
Demos

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m  
Years ago

Vic: Exum, Simmons

QLD: Brock Motum

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ryan  
Years ago

For qld id go:

Baynes Vanderjagt
Motum Jawai
Weigh Blanchfield
Goulding M.Cedar
Norton Gleeson

Great team, perhaps lacks guard depth.

Add Ecum/Simmons to Vic line up. They the best state?

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Rashad  
Years ago

Luke Nevill is from WA. and don't forgot Kyrie Irving, he's got an Australian passport ;) lol

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Digga  
Years ago

Gliddon is a WA boy isn't he?

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Rashad  
Years ago

Yeah from Bunbury im pretty sure

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Cody Ellis also WA

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Wookiee  
Years ago

NSW:

Damo
Markovic
Bose
Ogilvy
Khazzouh

Nielsen
Petrie
Cadee
White
Tomlinson (technically born in Melb but grew up in Syd/played juniors here)


So not overly balanced, but wouldn't go over the points cap by TOO much (4-5pts?)

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The Situation  
Years ago

I'm sorry but why is Tyson Demos being mentioned in this thread?

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Well said Situation & especially being described as a gun. The only time you'd use "gun" & "Demos" in the same sentence is if you were suggesting somebody shoot him.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Some WA players I can think of,
Worthington,Ellis,Gliddon,Nevill,J Harvey,Loughton,Hire,CJ Bruton (born USA but played Perth in his teens),Burston,DJohnson,Armour?,Field,Purser,Keanu Pinder.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

South Australia;
T Daly,ingles,newly,schenscher,madgen,Forman,Holmes,Maynard,

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Baller#3  
Years ago

That would actually be a bloody good tournament. Those teams are better then NBL and would be very interesting. Say as a warm up event for worlds or something play a tourney between SA, NSW, WA, VIC, QLD and TAS/Territories.

Have 2 pools of 3 so each play 2 games and then top 2 of each pool play knockout rounds.

Could be a big event if done properly and the higher level players playing! Obviously wouldn't be a yearly thing but possibly every 2 or 4 years

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David97  
Years ago

Trigger is a QLDer as well

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Anonymous  
Years ago

They should definitely explore this idea - different from an All Star game - it takes them back to playing with team-mates from juniors.

It's a great idea - but Basketball Australia wouldn't do it. The NBL should run with it.

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