Watto
Years ago

Wildcats season review

Some of you might enjoy this - a game by game retrospective of the Wildcats season.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

There is everything to be envious of.


From a potential season write off to become champion.

The recruitment of Bryce was the turning point. Hopefully, learning from this year, we need to find a new Prather and a Bryce.

Have a feeling Jameel might be back. Bryce and Prather very unlikely.

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Ricky  
Years ago

Awesome vid, thanks.

Got one for 15-16? :)

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Watto  
Years ago

Don't have one for 15-16 I'm afraid

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Ballbag  
Years ago

Can anyone help me to find the playing roster for the Wildcats 2004 season please?

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Ricky  
Years ago

After its 8th title, time for the Wildcats to make another doco like Behind the Ball.

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Pizza Hut  
Years ago

BB,
It's a bit of work, but if you go to the Wildcats History section (look for the link at the bottom of their webpage)
you will find a page tat list every player, including their seasons. You'll have to scroll through and pick them out.

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koberulz  
Years ago

Or just go here and scroll down to 2004.

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Ballbag  
Years ago

Thanks guys.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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Anonomous  
Years ago

Can anyone recall seeing Billy Keys and Tim Evans play?

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Just  
Years ago

Cotton was the NBL leading scorer at the end of the regular season. When was the last time a Wildcat was the league's leading scorer?

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Anonymous  
Years ago

here's a thought - wiki or google it

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koberulz  
Years ago

Can anyone recall seeing Billy Keys and Tim Evans play?
Why, do you doubt that they did?

here's a thought - wiki or google it
Have you tried doing that? There's almost zero statistical information available in a format that would be useful for that enquiry.

Ennis was my first thought but I'm fairly sure Goulding got it that year. I remember it being pretty close between those two and Clarke, and then Goulding's 50 in the final week of the season put him in the clear.

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Watto  
Years ago

It'd be Lisch in his MVP year with the cats yes?

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paul  
Years ago

I believe Lisch is the only Perth player to ever be the regular season scoring champion (Cotton missed out due to lack of games/overall points), have I missed someone?

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Anonymous  
Years ago



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re: Wildcats season review

Can anyone recall seeing Billy Keys and Tim Evans play?
Why, do you doubt that they did?


Just wondered what sort of players they were and how the fans perceived them.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

"Have you tried doing that? There's almost zero statistical information available in a format that would be useful for that enquiry."

Umm no. It's on SportsTG, just filter scoring leader season by season. Not hard.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Yes Lisch in 2012 was scoring leader. Just did a quick google and went to scoring leaders on sportstg. NBL fans are so dumb/lazy or both!

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Kevin Lisch 588pts 2011-12.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Also a lot of teams scoring champions lists look empty because Gaze was the leader for 14 seasons.

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koberulz  
Years ago

Just wondered what sort of players they were and how the fans perceived them.
Why those two in particular?

Evans played in the 1982 All-Star game, which is available on NBL TV.

"Have you tried doing that? There's almost zero statistical information available in a format that would be useful for that enquiry."

Umm no. It's on SportsTG, just filter scoring leader season by season. Not hard.
That wouldn't show up on a Google or Wiki search, which was the earlier suggestion.

I use SportsTG for lineups and box scores fairly regularly, but had no idea it had league leaders in that format. I'd guess a lot of people aren't even aware that SportsTG exists.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

I went onto SportsTG via google search.

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