Regular poster but will go incognito for this one.
Must remark that it was fortunate that the Bullets won, as the game night experience was extremely poor for what should have been a flagship night.
- music junk, just random dribble played consistently throughout the game, apparently silence is not golden. Here's a tip: if you feel the need to play something, at least give the crowd something to clap to
- cheerleaders terrible, two 'routines' (I'll call them that loosely) the entire night and generally looked a mess
- announcer was meh (ex-Blaze?). Heard longtime regular Neil HS wasn't even asked.
- scoreboards are bad
Wife said she's been more entertained at a SEABL Spartans game, and they're not of great standard if you haven't been to one.
Honestly felt insulted that the Bullets felt fit to offer us what they did, I can only hope they vastly improve this side of things. Some will say they've only been an organisation for a few months but this is a professional league and it takes little effort to get these things right.
Also a shame Brisbane has to adhere to 6:30pm tip offs during weeknights, this will kill off a chunk of patronage who doesn't want to fight through notoriously bad traffic.
- Thought the side looked most dangerous when the ball was in Bruce's hands, boxscore won't show that.
- Finishing around the hoop was poor, but feel Bairstow will improve this.
- Young was a great foil off the bench, exactly what the team needed
- Offense in 1/4 sets looked shady, not sure if a case of Perth defending this well or Brisbane needing to improve
- Having Redhage as a 10th man is an utter luxury
- Don't know how they dropped the game as they looked far superior in the first half and should've lead by more than 10
- Can't read the player names or much else on the jerseys from more than 10m away, how do these things get approved
- Previous poster in another topic touched on this, Perth will miss having an off guard who is a legit three baller