Years ago

Are there any books on the NBL?

I was just wondering if there where any books on the history of the clubs or the comp itself?

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Tim Duncan  
Years ago

I don't think I've ever seen a history of the NBL.

Andrew Gaze and Damian Keogh both did autobiographies which covered their time in the NBL, I remember them being decent reads.

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Years ago

Brett Maher has one written by Boti. I couldn't read it because of the writing style.

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Years ago

There is a book titled "Dunked" that outlines basketballs history and the rise and fall of basketball from the 1990s to now. Its quite good. Written by Al Ramsay.

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Years ago

There is a book called 'Boom - Inside the NBL'which goes through a lot of the history and was quite an interesting read!

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Harry Hackrein  
Years ago

Don't forget all the NBL media guides somewhere....

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