Years ago

Kevin Braswell to retire at the end of this NZNBL season

Baltimore native, former Georgetown Hoya, championship winning NZ Breaker PG and current Southland Shark, Kevin Braswell has confirmed he will retire at the end of this NZNBL season and signalled he will be putting his name forward as a possible successor to Paul Henare in 2016 as the Southland Sharks Head Coach.

Just as long as he stays away from the commentary box at NZ Breaker games.

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Years ago

Anyone know has KB becomes NZ citizen yet?

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Years ago

Keep him away from the mic at beakers games!!!

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Years ago

Braswell never got citizenship, he is an import for the Sharks

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Years ago

For those unaware, what is his commentary style like? Seems a good personality.

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Years ago

Its painfully boring. Its the type of commentary that makes you wish you were deaf.

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Years ago

He looks good on camera, just doesn't bring anything that you didn't know, there's no spark. Watching with Casey Frank, Andrew Mulligan and Dennis Katsanos, you at least get the impression they're excited about the game too.

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