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Filling the Cadee Void

So with Jase deciding to take his talents to Alexandrina, it opens the door of opportunity for another.

Jase's departure frees up six player points and $85000 (estimate) for the Sixers. All things being equal to this past season do they go for another young talent who can swing between the 1 & 2 spot or a vet?

There are only a couple of young guys returning from college who are guards, maybe guys floating around the SEABL, state leagues or NZNBL deserve the chance. There are also some crafty vets like Crawf, CJ and Harvey who could be handy 8-9 guy off the bench (if accepting of that role). Is Aaron Bruce forever done, is Rhys a full time NBLer again instead of a post season specialist (albeit without recent success) is the Daly herald back? Is it Eze?

So your thoughts please. *local players being eligible to play for Boomers or Tall Blacks

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Isaac  
Years ago

I wonder if they'll go with someone in the Daly pricerange and spend the savings on the SF import. Can be risky, but would have the greatest potential reward.

It's funny because the import position gives huge flexibility in that you can unearth a gem for minimum, but it's interesting that so many teams use a 10 point allowance with virtually no spend.

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Spinner  
Years ago

Are Sixers likely to get a marquee quality player?

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Very Old  
Years ago

Cadee was on $85000 ?? I think not, that may well have been what he was worth , but I suspect his leaving puts back more than that in the kitty

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Kyle Adnam who was one of the development players for the sixes this year is KILLING it in SAEBL for Kilsyth this season! could be a cheap option to go big somewhere else

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NotJackToft  
Years ago

Two words.... Adam Doyle

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Noooooooo...…. prefer Daly over Doyle if going the local….

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Jonno  
Years ago

My first choices would be Rhys Carter or Daniel Dillon but only at the right price, say around $80k,

If they want to go cheaper and use the extra cash on the import or something id be ok going for Daly, Doly, Adnam or Burdon in that spot, lets face it we have Gibson, likely a import combo guard and teys which is a decent 3 guard rotation anyway, so this 4th guard doesnt need to be a superstar.

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Jonno  
Years ago

oops Doyle not Doly, lol type

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PlaymakerMo  
Years ago

I've been told that Cadee was earning north of $100k under the contract offered by Marty Clarke (although I'm not sure how reliable this info is).

Daly and Doyle would both do well as the 10th man; no idea about Adnam.

Given the plethora of options that the 36ers have in replacing Cadee, a second backup big man would seem to be a higher priority right now unless the plan is to play Creek some at PF.

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Tom  
Years ago

What about Daniel Sims?

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KET  
Years ago

Bring back Rhys Carter, he was fundamental with his awesome defense and his knockdown threes

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Steven  
Years ago

They don't need to replace Cadee imo Ervin/Import, Gibson, Carter and Teys make a good backcourt quartet. If I were the sixers I would use their money on best import SF available.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Daly and use the saved money on a good import sf

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Sims may have potential, he is a decent player but his behavior and attitude (as seen in CABL this year) will at some point kill his career.

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Tiger Watcher  
Years ago

Doyle = Too Small to play NBL....starting to struggle in SEABL now teams have scouted his lack of game off the dribble, esp going left.

Carter = Might be to expensive….but maybe a nice safety net as a late season signing.

Daly = Depending on the dollars could be the best option, has some NBL exp, is young & played consistently well at SEABL level for the last 2 years so if you pick him up on the min is the best fit.

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Jack Toft  
Years ago

The position won't be a starter so I am thinking the position might be the last one filled.

Give priority to the imports and once these have been selected, make an offer around that.

I would be happy with a Carter signing. Even Eze would be a good pickup. The Sixers have been lacking in the 3 point attack.

Pretty sure he has a year or two left in College, but I would be starting to talk to Jack Madgen to lay the groundwork for future seasons. He might be persuaded to join his brother otherwise.

Depending on how the points go, I am thinking the Sixers would be looking at securing the spot with a player with 4 points or less.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Carter = Might be to expensive....but maybe a nice safety net as a late season signing.

He kind of looks like the worst player in the SEABL that is playing major minutes right now. I'm not sure how he could demand a high salary in the nbl.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Tom Daly would have to be the best like for like fit. Mature body now and ready for NBL.

Adnam and Doyle are both players with good potential to be NBL back up PGs in the future.

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Jack Toft  
Years ago

Daly might actually value the spot. If he feels he was overlooked last year and his spot given to someone else, he might want to come out and prove a point to Joey.

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Stewie  
Years ago

Deba George from Hobart would be a bargain buy and can light it up for you.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

wright will find something just like he did with Teys, as Teys was great for a 1 point player.

Daly would be the fallback if nothing else comes up as not sure how many other clubs need him and he is a SA boy so that helps.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Deba = instant Offence!!

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Anonymous  
Years ago

I know this has been a topic before but it's a joke that a player like Daly would be anything other than 1pt.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Remember the end of 2012/13 season and Dalys performance.... He deserves a spot and still had an active role int he club for most of last season and highly valued at Pioneers in the SEABL comp. He is worthy of a spot, as is many others. Home grown is always a good pleaser…

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Tiger Watcher  
Years ago

Daly ahead of adnam at this stage.....Adnam will be a gun but at this stage needs to keep devloping his body hence you keep him as a development player fir 2015/2016

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Mick  
Years ago

No need for another combo guard you already have like 5 of them. Let him walk and replace with a wing.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Shane McDonald if you can somehow get him out of his job in Melbourne.

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Tiger Watcher  
Years ago

Don't think they are getting Macdonald.....better to go with a Daly/adnam and work with them to develop.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Would not resign carter either and replace both of them with Daly, then use the extra cash to sign an import sf who could spend some time at the 2 if necessary. Of course that will depend on whether DJ resigns.

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Camel 31  
Years ago

I seem to recall american import,ron howard struggling a bit and Daly being very,very good
Howard was a big aaron bruce fan with the assists he gave him

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Ganymede 86  
Years ago

They should wait on Johnson before deciding this. If they can get Johnson back then go Daly and use the money saved to sign a good 2/3.

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Marcus Camby  
Years ago

Go with what you know.

Carter hit big shots last season and is a very capable defender.

I think Defence should be the key focus right now as the Sixers already have the guns.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

daly is more than capable on the defensive end and much better on the offensive end. If you shoot the ball as often as carter your bound to get lucky sometimes! yes he made some big buckets but he also took and missed some horrendous attempts which are effectively turnovers.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

B.J and Teys were basically our 9th and 10th men last year. Of course Teys ended being much more than that, but he has to come out and play the same way this year. I don't love to idea of having those 2 plus a Daly/Doyle or someone like that because it would seriously weaken our bench. I personally would like a Carter type player rather than saving and spending more on an import.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Drop Doyle and use Daly. Take a look at Pioneers clips.

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YOLO  
Years ago

Cats won it with Burdon and U'u as their 9th and 10th and got lucky with Jervis working out well

36ers success' will come down to import selection and DJ being in or out

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MACDUB  
Years ago

"Carter hit big shots last season"

And he probably shot you out of a couple. His inconsistency isn't what I would want - especially when ADL really needs a consistent knock down shooter.



Carter is something like 64/192 (33%) from the Field over the last two seasons.

Harvey would be a nice option for you guys

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Tiger Watcher  
Years ago

If Joey is going for a Defensive stopper to get in lanes and change the flow of teams he will go with Carter as he has quick hands on D and reads the play well.

If Joey wants O & development of youth it is Daly or Adnam.

Alot of it depends of what Joey wants from the role as to whom he would go with.

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YOLO  
Years ago

even more depends on budget

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DJ  
Years ago

Cadee was poached pre-Blaze fold was he not?

Would love to see Daly back in action for Sixers.

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Wookiee  
Years ago

Cadee was poached pre-Blaze fold was he not?

Yup, he had already signed on to the 36ers before the Blaze went under...

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Camel 31  
Years ago

Bruton

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Bizzy  
Years ago

Corletto?

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KeithScout  
Years ago

Daly can play no doubt but ADNAM is all I have to say. Kid is 3 years younger than anyone else mentioned in this conversation. His ability to create is on par with current NBL stars. He has tremendous upside with little negatives. Yes is slight framed but has deceivingly great core and lateral Stengeth taking bumps etc. Has shown recently is ability to play a big defensive role aswell. He's the type of kid you have to sign purely on potential, knowing he will still give you great basketball in his limited minutes as a 9th to 10th man. Has shown great natural leadership aswell. Have been watching him over the last two years closely. Amazing talent even better option for the sixers 1 point player aswell. Adnam averaging 27pts 4 assists and 4 rebounds over last 7 SEABL games. Rant over apologies.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Daly was previously 1 point and if I remember correctly, sub 40k. Was up as a 3 last preseason like Teys and Joey took Teys... Daly been working with Sixers on bench duties last season.. End season 2013 had some ripper moments and carving it up in SEABL.. Best option for the right here and now… Know the team, players, coach, home town boy, good points and fee value and as with Teys had a lot more to show and now with Joey and the needs is a great fit. I'm betting on a return. He is exceptionally great with the community work with juniors that Clubs need to embrace more that they already do to pick up supporters. Doyle, sorry too …. Adnam too inexperienced to step up yet, development yes… Sims, well what a pity about the Woody stuff and well thats it from me… Bring back Daly…… Very happy to see many jumping on board supporting him...

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