Yep. If United keep focused next season and continue to put in the hard work required, then I can see them at least on par with Melbourne City throughout the season (forget about Melb Victory, their way out in front). If they can compete with one of the two local A-League teams, then imagine how great that would be for the NBL's profile.
Past few seasons in Perth, the Wildcats have out-attended the Glory overall (not looking at game day clashes now as that rarely happens in Perth, but overall figures throughout the season). If United can join the party, then that's 2 NBL clubs on an equal or better footing than their A-League counterparts. Not too shabby for a league that gets a fraction of the attention and money the A-League gets.