Anonymous
Years ago

Live steam un19 oceania series

Anyone know if they will be live streaming any of the games from fiji next week or is it just live stats ?
Our Aussie gems and emus left today for a few days training for when they play their first game Monday.
Good luck to both teams

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Anonymous  
Years ago

I'd like to know the same thing.

The Australian Emus are a really talented team and have some future stars

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Aussies are recognised as talented ballers. We are decending upon a golden age for hoops.

FIBA u19 is in Suvva or somewhere isn't it?
Lucky to get an internet feed from there!

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Anonymous  
Years ago

First game for Aussie men is 1st Dec, Livestats is as good as you will get until someone posts a video on youtube I would say.

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FIBA STAT  
Years ago

Should be pre req that Host can provide live feeds in today's age

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Anonymous  
Years ago

There are TWO teams going guys, women as well, how about a little interest and support for both. The talent between the two teams is amazing and gives Australia a healthy future for both opals and boomers, which is good for men as the women have it all over them on the international stage.

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JMc  
Years ago

Games will be on FIBA's youtube channel - exact specifics yet to be revealed according to this tweet https://twitter.com/heinnews/status/538086620302696448

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Phil  
Years ago

rather than berate people for not mentioning the womens teams why dont you simply start a conversation about the womens teams instead of being a tool about it...

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Anonymous  
Years ago

The post was about live feed, not the men's team tool

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Anonymous  
Years ago

The OP has mentioned both the Gems and Emus, no one has avoided the Gems on purpose, lets just look forward to watching both teams and support them like they deserve to be supported, shall we?

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Haha  
Years ago

Someone just got owned.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

No Humphries.. No McVeigh... Hunter in, akintola in? Thought Noi would be a better chance.
Could be beaten... Which means..
No simmons, maker, Adel and the like.. No worlds.

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Big V  
Years ago

Live Stats. Box Score etc.
http://www.foxsportspulse.com/assoc_page.cgi?c=1-3621-0-0-0&a=COMPS

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Anon #726, who is going to beat them? Get real, only NZ have any real chance.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

2 Players added did not make the 13 man squad selected.Perry,Smith and Woodfall are the emergencies listed so why not 2 of them.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Noi is attending US high school montverde with ben Simmons
so he is not getting picked for this.

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Alpha  
Years ago

The injury/sickness happened on the last day so not much time to arrange anything. Perry would be an obvious choice but he is injured too. Smith/Woodfall would not be able to arrive in time and would not address a shortfall in bigs.

So Hunter and Akintola were the easy choices - Hunter just spent two weeks with the squad training and Abi has been with the team for a year now.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

so..?

wilson/krebs
dj/akintola
clark/white
blagojevic/vague
froling/hunter

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Anonymous  
Years ago

aussie women win 113-8...

scherf didnt play.
all of them got similar minutes and performed really well I thought. I've never seen skinner play before this tournament.... how tall is she 6'1?. She was great along with hellessey, seaton, maley and antoniadou imparticular.

I'm suprised smith didnt get many rebounds. I guess when you have the likes of maley and hellessey beside you aswell as the fact that the american samoan team were unable to penetrate into the frontcourt due to a great defensive effort.

antoniadou filled the stat sheet. 11 pts, 5 steals, 10 assists, 4 rebounds. thought her finsishing could have been a little better. 4-12fg. a few times she had open layups but hit the ball too hard off the glass. everyone else shot between 50-82fg% which is impressive.

does anyone know if these heights are correct?
starting lineup:
wallace 5'11/antoniadou 5'9
tupaea 5'9/seaton 5'10
skinner 6'1?/horvat 6'0
maley 6'1/hellessey 6'2
smith 6'3/scherf 6'5

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Reading the team list after Aussie Men's first game, they still only have 9 players listed, no Abi named, yet!?

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LC  
Years ago

Australia's opening games across men and women resulted in massive Aussie wins.

Recaps here:

Emus open tournament with victory over New Caledonia

Gems begin Championships with 105-point rout of American Samoa

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Shortfall in bigs? then why not get Molloy-Leigh in the team>? There isn't a shortfasll in Aussie bigs, we just need to look up and we will see them!

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LC  
Years ago

Australia's men and women continued winning big in their second games.

Emus put on an offensive clinic with 130-26 win over Samoa

Gems now 2-0 after another dominant performance

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KingJames  
Years ago

Looks like a close one ;)

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LC  
Years ago

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Some_Fulla  
Years ago

Have watched some video of NZ.. I can see the Aussies struggling to contain their bigs.. unsure who the favorite is now!

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Have to agree... We could be in trouble against nz. Wynyard and freeman in the front court just look more lively.

Even the Nz women could knock off australia...

If you put toleafoa at point with graham at Sg and add hard working Poletti at sf along with the huge physical front court combo of wehi 6'3 and Noyer 6'5. We could be in trouble, particularly when you have the likes of manuirangi, walker, Renata, Roberts and Wilson coming off the bench who are also performing very well.

Best starting 5's?

6'0 Toleafoa v 5'9 antoniadou
5'11 Graham v 5'11 Wallace
6'0 Poletti v 6'1 maley
6'3 Wehi v 6'3 smith
6'5 Noyer v 6'5 scherf (hopefully)




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Anonymous  
Years ago

Yeah I don't think the NZ men's team have ever been better placed than they are now to beat Aus in an underage tournament for the first time.

Missing Ben Simmons and the others playing HS/college in the US is one thing but when Humphries and McVeigh were ruled NZ suddenly became a genuine chance to win.

Those hoping to see some sort of Australian dream team assemble for the U19s next year might have to temper their expectations as there's a strong chance they won't even be there.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

*when Humphries and McVeigh were ruled out

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Anonymous  
Years ago

pressuring the backcourt will be the key. If we can stop the bigs from getting the ball, we should win. Wilson, dj and Krebs need to put in a good defensive effort and our forwards need to attack the boards. Froling will probably get big minutes me thinks.

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anonymous  
Years ago

Aussie women are way more athletic and skilled than the nz team as a whole. Mens team also across the team, biggest issue I see is that neither team has really had any reason to play at full speed especially the women.this could prove testing in the first quarter. Agree with your starting 5 for women and matchups but Antoniadou has been coming off bench and Gorrie has not really played Wallace and Antoniadou together by the looks of it, that's a combination that is hard to contain.
Heard their is a bit of illness running through both teams with Sherf and Froling missing games because of it.still think the aussies will bring it home

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LC  
Years ago

Aussie Gems and Emu's progressed to the semi's undefeated as expected.

Emus advance to semifinals after another blowout win

Gems defeat Guam, will face Tahiti in semifinal

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anonymous  
Years ago

Thanks for the updates. Shame basketball australia cant get their act together and do some reporting what a total disgrace on their behalf

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LC  
Years ago

Australia as predicted across men and women progress to the final and will both face NZ.

Emus advance to Grand Final after rout of Tahiti

Gems defeat Tahiti, will face New Zealand in Grand Final

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Bear  
Years ago

Gems v Kiwi women at 4.00pm today

Emus v Tall Black men at 7.00pm tonight

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anonymous  
Years ago

That's fiji time its 2pm and 4pm EST

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Bear  
Years ago

Oops, thanks for the time adjustment...

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