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Lukosius
Earlier this month

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WA SBL - May 2017

Here is the new SBL thread for May.....

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Anon
Earlier this month
16:30 1 May 17

Reply #634665

re: WA SBL - May 2017

All-Star game is only 4 weeks away.

If it's anything like last year, the North team will comprise players from the Buccs, Wolves, Hawks, Eagles, Redbacks, Senators and Suns.

The South will be Tigers, Cougars, Lightning, Giants, Slammers, Magic and Flames.

What's everyone's pick for each starting-5? I'll go with...

NORTH
C - Davis (Eagles)
PF - Redhage (Redbacks)
SF - Benjamin (Buccs)
SG - Iliadis (Wolves)
PG - Hussey (Buccs)

SOUTH
C - Billups (Cougars)
PF - Holmen (Giants)
SF - Bowie (Tigers)
SG - Nichols (Slammers)
PG - Godfrey (Flames)


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
21:07 1 May 17

Reply #634678

re: WA SBL - May 2017

First import has been released from their contract according to a statement from their team
That is wannaroo and the import in question is Richard Ross !
How long till the Greg hire rumours begin


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bonkers
Earlier this month
21:39 1 May 17

Reply #634681

re: WA SBL - May 2017

All star starting fives

North
5. Davis
4. Redhage
3. Vague
2. Belger
1. Hussey

South
5. Billups
4. Holman
3. Bowie
2. Godfrey
1. Nichols


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DaHuzyBru
Earlier this month
21:49 1 May 17

Reply #634682

re: WA SBL - May 2017

http://websites.sportstg.com/get_file.cgi?id=36170865%20

"RICHARD ROSS DEPARTS THE JOONDALUP WOLVES"

The Sixty 30 Joondalup City Wolves have today announced the departure of Texan Richard Ross from the club's MSBL roster, allowing him to pursue other athletic opportunities abroad.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
22:15 1 May 17

Reply #634685

re: WA SBL - May 2017

No Greg Hire rumours, he's unrestricted to play for Wolves anyway.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
22:23 1 May 17

Reply #634686

re: WA SBL - May 2017

NORTH
C - Davis (Eagles)
PF - Redhage (Redbacks)
SF - Benjamin (Buccs) **
SG - Adekponya (Hawks)
PG - Belger (Suns)

SOUTH
C - Billups (Cougars)
PF - Holmen (Giants) **
SF - Bowie (Tigers)
SG - Nichols (Slammers)
PG - Atkinson (Lightning)

Due to Buccs Giants back to back, probably won't play ASG.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
22:35 1 May 17

Reply #634687

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Usually with an underperforming import you cant really believe the media release. But with this one I do. If it was the Wolves decision surely they would have released Guerin.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
15:15 3 May 17

Reply #634766

re: WA SBL - May 2017

So can anyone challenge Perth Redbacks??

Vigor's team Bristols Flyers have been knocked out in the quarter finals so he can be expected back shortly.
Lee Roberts currently in Semi finals so he will be at least another couple weeks away.

Tigers would be the obvious choice, but Vigor/Redhage/Roberts may even be too much for the Tigers front court.

Geraldton if they had home court advantage may be a sneaky shot.
Wolves if they can jag an absolute stud import to replace Ross...

Otherwise cant see much else troubling them.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
17:15 3 May 17

Reply #634790

re: WA SBL - May 2017

mandurahs trevor setty threw to the semis in London with the Worchester wolves.
would be a handy addition for some-one like the eagles in a late season move.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
17:43 3 May 17

Reply #634794

re: WA SBL - May 2017

A lot of Aussies in BBL in the UK who are no names here. The Brit league must suck.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
17:44 3 May 17

Reply #634795

re: WA SBL - May 2017

and imports


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A Pimp Named Slickback
Earlier this month
17:46 3 May 17

Reply #634796

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Its the Redbacks then daylight. No one will get close to them this year especially with Redhage getting the NBL player special treatment from the Refs.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
18:02 3 May 17

Reply #634798

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Lako gonna win a title.

Redhage also got special treatment in NBL with his flops never being called. Does he flop in SBL?


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
18:07 3 May 17

Reply #634799

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Flops big time SBL.
Plays the exact same way, same stuff etc etc.

BBl is alot better then the SBL, maybe just below SEABL best teams.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
18:30 3 May 17

Reply #634802

re: WA SBL - May 2017

ummmm Stirling?!

Naymick head and shoulders over Vigor
Ellis probably little worse than Roberts
Vague down on Redhage
Dawgpound off the bench better than Bowen

Stirling are gonna be hot in the second half of the season, starts this week with a win over the Wolves. Y'all are sleeping on em. They beat Hawks and Tigers.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
18:32 3 May 17

Reply #634803

re: WA SBL - May 2017

lol Redbacks arent that great. They still have to make that roster work. A stack of guys playing the same positions. They lose Stone and Bowen soon as well


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
09:56 4 May 17

Reply #634824

re: WA SBL - May 2017

stirling beating the Hawks isnt a big achievement. Hawks have been struggling and have only just started to get their shit together. Willo have a squad but again they dont really use them well yet. still working on being consistent.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
10:27 4 May 17

Reply #634828

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Top 3 Candidates for Most Improved Player?


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
15:29 4 May 17

Reply #634879

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Maybe if the SBL website was up to date with the competition stats it would help!


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
15:53 4 May 17

Reply #634883

re: WA SBL - May 2017

NORTH Starters
C - Davis (Eagles)
PF - Redhage (Redbacks)
SF - Benjamin (Buccs)
SG - Hancock (Buccs)
PG - Hussey (Buccs)

SOUTH Starters
C - Billups (Cougars)
PF - Holmen (Giants)
SF - Bowie (Tigers)
SG - Nichols (Slammers)
PG - Godfrey (Flames)


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
15:58 4 May 17

Reply #634884

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Someone has a boner for the buccs!! ^


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
16:11 4 May 17

Reply #634888

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Hancock at shooting guard?

lets see how he compares to others above
Hancock 13 pts, 1 board and 2 assists
v
Iliadis 19,4,4
Adekponya 10,5,4
Belger 22,7,6

about half as good


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
16:14 4 May 17

Reply #634890

re: WA SBL - May 2017

opps
Adekponya *20,5,4


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
16:51 4 May 17

Reply #634894

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Helps when the Buccs are 7-1.
What would you regard Hancock as if not a SG?

But touché, was more a thought but I respect your points. I was wrong.
Then again, check Adekponya's defense which is not seen.
However, the other two I agree with. Starter and off the bench for ASG.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
17:01 4 May 17

Reply #634895

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Are the suns in the north?

If so Belger is much better than Hussey at the PG. 22/7/6 @ 50% FG%.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
17:05 4 May 17

Reply #634896

re: WA SBL - May 2017

^^^
Didn't mean Hancock was not SG? It was just questioning him v other 3 SGs mentioned by previous posters as the SG starter for ASG.
You are probably correct re defence, but is any D played in ASG?


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
17:20 4 May 17

Reply #634897

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Stats are annoying.
Surely the games results and the stats are linked, but doesn't seem the case!!

Also all previous years stats have disappeared except for 2016 which is all in Jibberish!!


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
17:48 4 May 17

Reply #634899

re: WA SBL - May 2017

^^^^
glad someone else is frustrated. It should be a simple push of the button at end of round (or even game). Why have the 2016 stats come up first for the teams especially as they are jibberish! All other historical stats for SBL and WABL are gone!!
Surely BWA can have a chat / request to SportsTG who manage these websites, and I assume BWA pay a fee, could sort this out!


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
11:53 5 May 17

Reply #634971

re: WA SBL - May 2017

good post above regarding the stats.
after reading the stories on S.B.L WEBSITE got me wondering who are the all-time leaders in games /points etc
its never published and can never be seen.the story on doccy smith and casey milo were great but how many games have they played and points scored etc.
I know clark and Williams are the men and womens record holders for games played but what about points.
fitch/Kelly men milo/boston women.??
if anyone knows of a website or who has the info please share.
rebounds
assists
coaches records
individual scoring records. I think hunt and graham are mens holders with 81 but what about the women ? whitcomb 51 or something ??.
history is important.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
12:01 5 May 17

Reply #634972

re: WA SBL - May 2017

I know Prue has the rebound record. 5000 rebounds.


Michael Vigor has been cleared to play this weekend.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
12:05 5 May 17

Reply #634973

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Agree history woudl be great, but lets just get last weeks up to date at least, or is that too much to ask! Just cant understand why it is not just a simple update at end of game or round and shoudl be done first thing Monday morning at the latest when SBL Admin gets into work!


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
12:08 5 May 17

Reply #634974

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Wags would probably go close to the assist records? Ballyntyne?


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
12:16 5 May 17

Reply #634975

re: WA SBL - May 2017

A fan needs to create a stats website themselves as let's face it you won't get it from the official website. SBL are useless.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
12:16 5 May 17

Reply #634976

re: WA SBL - May 2017

^ in terms of historical all-time stats


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BallBag
Earlier this month
14:10 5 May 17

Reply #634981

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Brad French and crew started s site where all game stats were published. Was a (hard/long) work in progress. Don't know where this ended up. All historical stats could be compiled from this if it was finished.
Perhaps Lukosius could let us know.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
14:16 5 May 17

Reply #634983

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Was it online? You can use Wayback Machine to retrieve it and continue the work.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
15:13 5 May 17

Reply #634989

re: WA SBL - May 2017

As we are a 3rd of the way through the season:
TOP 3:
Most Valuable Players
Most Improved Players


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Lukosius
Earlier this month
15:38 5 May 17

Reply #634991

re: WA SBL - May 2017

"SBL Online" is still online but seriously out-of-date. But you can still see what the intentions behind the site was and still is.

If only I had time to continue it.........

www.sblonline.net


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
15:53 5 May 17

Reply #634992

re: WA SBL - May 2017

lol Buccs are 7-1 But the best team they have played is Perry lakes who are not even close to being more than a 6-8th place side. They beat an undermanned EP and a Cockburn who are both also 6-8th place teams. They havent played anyone other than Willo who would be considered a top 4 potential team. They have played Kalamunda twice and Rockingham and Lakeside in those 8 games.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
16:42 5 May 17

Reply #634997

re: WA SBL - May 2017

sblonline at least the format is setup but not many stats on there :x


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
16:48 5 May 17

Reply #635001

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Trawling through SBLOnline - how hot was the name Batavia Coast Buccaneers? It sounded way better without Geraldton in it.


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koberulz
Earlier this month
17:03 5 May 17

Reply #635003

re: WA SBL - May 2017

On the subject of archive stats, anyone know where I might find a 1992 MSBL Tigers fixture?


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Lukosius
Earlier this month
17:11 5 May 17

Reply #635006

re: WA SBL - May 2017

I have a 1992 SBL Yearbook somewhere that would have those fixtures. You won't find it anywhere online.

Willetton themselves should also have it, depending on how well their record-keeping is.


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Lukosius
Earlier this month
17:23 5 May 17

Reply #635008

re: WA SBL - May 2017

On the subject of "Batavia Coast", there has been some interesting team names over the years. For example most would not know that the Cougars played one season (in the early 90's) as the Fremantle Cougars, and Mandurah started life as the Kanyana Kings.

The Albany team started as the Rainbow Coast Raiders before changing to the Great Southern Raiders, and finally the Albany Raiders.


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koberulz
Earlier this month
17:25 5 May 17

Reply #635009

re: WA SBL - May 2017

I have a 1992 SBL Yearbook somewhere that would have those fixtures.
Would that also include rosters?


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Lukosius
Earlier this month
17:28 5 May 17

Reply #635011

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Yep. I also have a spreadsheet here that lists all players who played for them in 1992.....

Anderson, Jeff
Cooke, Brad
Cooke, Deon
Counsel, Brad
Elliott, Mike
Flowers, Michael
Foster, Matt
Fotu, Sam
Hampson, Warren
Hardeman, Rohan
Lee, Mick
Newell, Adrian
Parker, Simon
Ramsay, Brad
Winter, Michael


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koberulz
Earlier this month
17:32 5 May 17

Reply #635012

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Have you got the Kings and Raiders as well?


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Lukosius
Earlier this month
17:46 5 May 17

Reply #635018

re: WA SBL - May 2017

1992 Rainbow Coast Raiders:
Batt, Ian
Beet, Ricky
Boyd, Riccardo
Buitenhuis, Brendon
Fris, Ron
Godbolt, Darren
Hoffman, Nigel
Hutchinson, Colin
Jackson, Weston
James, Darren
Masters, Adrian
Morken, Nick
Pomery, Jason
Whalley, Rob

1992 Kanyana Kings:
Bruton, Elliott
Bucktin, Todd
Coughlan, Andrew
Evans, Craig
Gonder, Carl
Harrison, Jason
Hough, Fred
Miles, Steve
Rose, Bryon
Sheppard, Kim
Warr, Andrew


Interestingly the 1992 Kings line-up was probably the most stable in SBL history, using only 11 players for the entire season. Eight players played all 26 games while three other players split time in the 9th and 10th spot.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
18:08 5 May 17

Reply #635020

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Kanyana Kings = WTF


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Lukosius
Earlier this month
18:11 5 May 17

Reply #635023

re: WA SBL - May 2017

^^^^^
Aaahhh these young blokes who don't know much about the history and origins of the league......


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
18:15 5 May 17

Reply #635024

re: WA SBL - May 2017

I'm in Perth, wtf is Kanyana?


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
18:16 5 May 17

Reply #635025

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Batavia Coast Buccaneers vs. Rainbow Coast Raiders is like wow. Shame those names were dropped.


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Lukosius
Earlier this month
19:06 5 May 17

Reply #635027

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Kanyana is the Mandurah/Peel region.

Kanyana Kings became the Mandurah Kings who then became the Mandurah Magic.


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DaHuzyBru
Earlier this month
22:13 5 May 17

Reply #635037

re: WA SBL - May 2017

A post from the Magic in May 2011:

"MANDURAH MAGIC/KANYANA KINGS PAST PLAYERS NIGHT" http://websites.sportstg.com/assoc_page.cgi?c=1-4810-0-0-0&sID=83492&news_task=DETAIL&articleID=15832907

"The Kanayana [sic] Kings men's team was born in 1990 where they finished a remarkable first season winning 20 out of 26 games. The kings played for a further 5 years before the named changed to the Mandurah Magic and a women's team was added to the league."


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
23:01 5 May 17

Reply #635038

re: WA SBL - May 2017

I've lived in Perth my whole life and never heard of the place name Kanyana? Even googling comes up with nothing. Is it the indigenous name for the Peel region?


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
23:12 5 May 17

Reply #635039

re: WA SBL - May 2017

People wonder why Willetton are such a successful association:

Anderson, Jeff - stadium manager
Cooke, Brad - WABL coach
Cooke, Deon
Counsel, Brad - WABL coach
Elliott, Mike
Flowers, Michael
Foster, Matt - ex SBL and WABL coach
Fotu, Sam
Hampson, Warren - SBL manager
Hardeman, Rohan
Lee, Mick
Newell, Adrian
Parker, Simon - SBL coach
Ramsay, Brad - WABL coach
Winter, Michael - WABL coach

They have an amazing rate of retention, build great club pride through the lower ages. It disappears a bit in 16s and 18s, but you can't deny it.


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HiNRG
Earlier this month
11:47 6 May 17

Reply #635057

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Another club no longer around, the Swan City Mustangs.

And if I recall correctly, were the East Perth Eagles formerly known as the Morley Hi-Fi Eagles? Circa early 90s?!


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
13:44 6 May 17

Reply #635067

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Morley Eagles as a name makes way more sense. East Perth playing out of Morley is a misnomer.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
13:27 7 May 17

Reply #635110

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Can't believe i'm saying it but it looks like Geraldton could use Wrenstead this season


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koberulz
Earlier this month
15:11 7 May 17

Reply #635115

re: WA SBL - May 2017

I have a 1992 SBL Yearbook somewhere that would have those fixtures.
I'm just after dates for the Tigers' games against the Kings and Raiders, if you're able to find those.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
15:42 7 May 17

Reply #635121

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Why kr? Are you redoing SBLonline?


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
20:15 7 May 17

Reply #635144

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Some tough candidates for player of the week:

Turner with 43 points 24 rebounds 3 blocks and 3 steals
Voelkel with 2 triple doubles, against a good and a bad team
Holmen in 2 wins for the Giants, tripling their W/L record


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DaHuzyBru
Earlier this month
21:41 7 May 17

Reply #635150

re: WA SBL - May 2017

I'd give it to Turner based on those big numbers, all be it in double overtime. Voelkel a close second with back-to-back triple doubles


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
08:41 8 May 17

Reply #635169

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Turner, he won dominated that game. Just change it to the 'Best opponent of the Suns' award if you're going to give it to Voelkel


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
09:35 8 May 17

Reply #635175

re: WA SBL - May 2017

did anyone see what happened to Adekponya?


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
13:57 8 May 17

Reply #635234

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Perry lakes completely under performing early on, but I am sure two time coach of the year has something up his sleeve and with the amount of talent he has there surely things will swing round soon. All it takes is a little run and they are back in the mix of top 4 where they belong.

Rockingham with two imports and Godfrey should be much better than what they are showing right now. Think they might hit straps soon. Losing Cooper Land is clearly a big blow and having Taylor Land gone also means the Grunt out of the team and dirtiness and grittiness is gone also. As much as people hated him, he made things happen for them defensively and setting up his team.

Cockburn dropping the last 3 games. Not looking good at The Den. I am wondering if any changes will be made, by the looks of the season so far, I doubt very much. Della surely will get more minutes in the crunch and Nener will have to start trusting Thomas to run the team more to get through sets. I am sure the boys from Cockburn are not happy going from championship to 8th so quickly.

Bunbury with the amount of imports and former classified imports, they should be much better than what their record is showing. Perhaps having a good core group of Aussies seems to be the way to win it all, Gee What a surprise :) Have the Imports just become too comfortable now in the WA lifestyle that the former hard work to move forward with a career has stifled them and meant they just remain here in WA.


Joondalup as usual a top of the mark in top 2 and dont see them faltering any time soon. Who are they getting to replace the import?


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
14:15 8 May 17

Reply #635240

re: WA SBL - May 2017

In Cockburn's defense, both losses this weekend were very, very close. Tigers deserved a hard fought win but Giants should not have won that game. It was a VERY lucky shot from an average import.
It’s a positive sign that Cockburn can hang with the best teams in the league, they just need to close out games down the stretch.
I agree with the point above with giving DT the reigns. He has much more control of the game compared with Chan or Van Lit.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
15:05 8 May 17

Reply #635253

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Cummings has come on well "Pun intended" in his first real chance as a player in the SBL. Field when on the court and getting the ball is still very good but it does seem Cockburn are trying to usher out Della and Thomas surely. How does Della, a Grand Final MVP and huge barometer for them last year go to playing 14 minutes. Makes no sense at all.


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Lukosius
Earlier this month
15:23 8 May 17

Reply #635256

re: WA SBL - May 2017

"...but Giants should not have won that game. It was a VERY lucky shot from an average import."

I have to take issue with that. We (Giants) led at every change, shot a better clip, won the rebound count etc etc, and finished the game on a 9-2 run.

We restricted the Cougars two key players to a combined 28 points and 14 boards (both shooting 33%), which is 30% down on their averages.

And the Giants were not behind when JB Pillard launched his buzzer-beater - the scores were actually tied. So if he had missed it would have been overtime anyway.

In regards to JB Pillard, he is averaging 17pts, 9rebs and 2blks per game, in 28mins per game, and shooting 52% from the field and 75% from the line. If we were still playing a 48min game, he would be averaging around 24/14/3 in 35mins. Doesn't look very 'average' to me.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
15:36 8 May 17

Reply #635257

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Lukosius - having seen the footage of the game winner I wonder if you can answer a question. I always thought an inbounds pass is not an assist? But I see on the live stats Holloway was credited an assist for the in bounds to pillard for the three? Is that correct?


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
15:38 8 May 17

Reply #635258

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Giants out played the Cougars no doubt about it. They hit shots when they needed to and having Billups in Foul trouble was not at all good for the Cougars. Meant he wasn't able to play defence on the big guys down the stretch.


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Lukosius
Earlier this month
15:40 8 May 17

Reply #635259

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Any pass can lead to an 'assist', including an inbounds pass.


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koberulz
Earlier this month
15:41 8 May 17

Reply #635260

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Why wouldn't an inbounds pass be an assist?


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
16:20 8 May 17

Reply #635270

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Parsons leaves Cockburn and the sharks start to circle again.....


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
16:32 8 May 17

Reply #635274

re: WA SBL - May 2017

not much talk about the biggest upset of the weekend the lightning doin a number on the buccs.
this loss may come back to bite the buccs in the bum, similar to last yr. they need there home court all the way thru to win.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
16:34 8 May 17

Reply #635275

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Lightning were up 26 pts at 3 qtr time too


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
16:50 8 May 17

Reply #635278

re: WA SBL - May 2017


Hardly.
Coug's lost a tough battle in double OT to Tigers who many tip will go close to all the way this year.
Game was great to watch and could of went either way.
No shame in that defeat.

I was not at the Sunday game but losing on the Buzzer in what looked like another great game, with Billups playing only 18mins or what ever it was due to fouls.

Hardly panic stations.


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koberulz
Earlier this month
19:05 8 May 17

Reply #635294

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Does anyone know who coached the Raiders, Tigers and Kings in 1992?


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Lukosius
Earlier this month
19:14 8 May 17

Reply #635295

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Raiders - Nick Morken (Player/Coach)
Tigers - Tom McClain
Kings - Don Mihovilovich


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Lukosius
Earlier this month
19:20 8 May 17

Reply #635297

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Tigers 1992 home games...

Fri 10-Apr vs Kings
Sat 11-Apr vs Slammers
Sat 16-May vs Wolves
Fri 29-May vs Cougars
Fri 05-Jun vs Eagles
Fri 12-Jun vs Redbacks
Sat 27-Jun vs Buccs
Sat 04-Jul vs Mustangs
Sun 26-Jul vs Raiders
Sat 01-Aug vs Hawks
Sat 08-Aug vs Senators
Sun 16-Aug vs Giants


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koberulz
Earlier this month
19:20 8 May 17

Reply #635298

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Is that the same Tom McClain that used to play for the Wildcats?


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koberulz
Earlier this month
19:23 8 May 17

Reply #635299

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Tigers 1992 home games
Any chance they were away to Kanyana on July 31?


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Lukosius
Earlier this month
19:25 8 May 17

Reply #635300

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Yep.

Also went on to coach the Buccs, Giants and, I think, the Senators.


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Lukosius
Earlier this month
19:26 8 May 17

Reply #635302

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Fri 10-Apr Tigers vs Kings @ Willetton
Sat 23-May Kings vs Tigers @ Mandurah


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koberulz
Earlier this month
19:36 8 May 17

Reply #635303

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Hmm. That makes no sense.

1992 was the only year Evans played for the Kings, yes? That's what had me thinking that was the year I was after, but nothing else seems to fit.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
19:48 8 May 17

Reply #635304

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Maybe you guys can find another thread for this SBL open court stuff. The only King I know that plays for the Tigers is Bootstrap Bill


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
19:50 8 May 17

Reply #635305

re: WA SBL - May 2017

What are you sniffing around for, kr?

Lukosius time to take over SBLOnline!


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koberulz
Earlier this month
20:17 8 May 17

Reply #635306

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Dug up something in the bottom of an old box. Trying to figure out what it is and where it came from.


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DaHuzyBru
Earlier this month
21:03 8 May 17

Reply #635311

re: WA SBL - May 2017

@Lukosius - Paul Dugan, 1994 WSBL Coach of the Year. Who did he coach? Any chance you have the 1994 yearbook?


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
09:45 9 May 17

Reply #635340

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Of course it is panic stations.


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Lukosius
Earlier this month
11:04 9 May 17

Reply #635347

re: WA SBL - May 2017

@DaHuzyBru - Paul Dugan was WSBL coach of the Wolves in 1994.

@koberulz - Yes, 1992 was the only year Craig Evans played for Mandurah, and it was also his last year in the SBL.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
11:05 9 May 17

Reply #635348

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Rockingham signing Dexter Kernich-Drew


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DaHuzyBru
Earlier this month
13:14 9 May 17

Reply #635361

re: WA SBL - May 2017

legend, thanks


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
15:05 9 May 17

Reply #635392

re: WA SBL - May 2017

will dexter suit up this weekend against the eagles / magic.
this will push rockingham into the 8 for sure and possibly higher. great signing.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
17:03 9 May 17

Reply #635435

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Redhage headed to the USA for 6 - 8 weeks effective immediately.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
17:07 9 May 17

Reply #635439

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Source and reason on Redhage leaving?


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Say What?
Earlier this month
18:45 10 May 17

Reply #635558

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Cos he's sick of playing SBL!!


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
15:47 11 May 17

Reply #635607

re: WA SBL - May 2017

ASG STARTERS leaked:

North:
Belger
Iliadis
Benjamin
Redhage
Davis
Coach: Ettridge

South:
Atkinson
Nichols
Bowie
Holmen
Turner
Coach: Black


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DaHuzyBru
Earlier this month
03:42 12 May 17

Reply #635654

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Jermaine Beal, Lee Roberts and Ironi Nes Ziona are up 2-0 in the best-of-five Israeli National League Finals. Roberts could be in town very soon - Game 3 is Friday

Here's a cool pic of Dolla and Roberts https://www.facebook.com/ironinz/photos/a.455889057929176.1073741837.452110258307056/699165120268234/?type=3&theater


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
10:36 12 May 17

Reply #635671

re: WA SBL - May 2017

My mail is Roberts is still yet to sign a contract at Perth


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
10:51 12 May 17

Reply #635673

re: WA SBL - May 2017

If those are the starting lineups North should win pretty easy


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
13:18 12 May 17

Reply #635703

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Israeli second division.


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DaHuzyBru
Earlier this month
13:36 12 May 17

Reply #635707

re: WA SBL - May 2017

^Yep, first division is called Winner League, second division National League


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
15:11 12 May 17

Reply #635714

re: WA SBL - May 2017

How were the all star starters decided?


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koberulz
Earlier this month
15:13 12 May 17

Reply #635715

re: WA SBL - May 2017

If those are the starting lineups
They aren't.

South Men:
Kyle Armour
Tre Nichols
Jay Bowie
Jacob Holmen
Jalen Billups
Coach: Steve Black

North Men:
Courtney Belger
Trian Iliadis
Shawn Redhage
Maurice Barrow
Kevin Davis
Coach: Nik Lackovic


South Women:
Nici Gilday
Stacey Barr
Ali Schwagmeyer
Brittany Hodges
Carly Boag
Coach: Randy Miegle

North Women:
Shani Amos
Toni Farnworth
Kisha Lee
Nat Burton
Emilee Harmon
Coach: Deanna Smith


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Lukosius
Earlier this month
15:18 12 May 17

Reply #635716

re: WA SBL - May 2017

All-Star starters were picked by the SBL Commission. Bench will be via an online, public vote.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
16:16 12 May 17

Reply #635721

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Pretty hard to argue with most of the selections. And the others in consideration will likely get picked by fans.

Turner/Padgett or Billups is a close one
Barrow/Benjamin would have been close


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Lukosius
Earlier this month
16:39 12 May 17

Reply #635723

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Yep, pretty close to the mark.

In regards to the 'best players', here are the current SBL Statistical Ratings....

31.72 Shawn Redhage (Redbacks)
31.30 Kevin Davis (Eagles)
29.32 Brian Voelkel (Slammers)
26.30 Ray Turner (Tigers)
25.33 Jacob Holmen (Giants)
24.30 Courtney Belger (Suns)
22.27 Dwayne Benjamin (Buccs)
20.85 Jalen Billups (Cougars)
20.15 Maurice Barrow (Buccs)
19.49 Trian Iliadis (Wolves)
19.33 Brian Carlwell (Hawks)
19.31 Taylor Mullenax (Magic)
19.17 James Padgett (Lightning)
19.08 Gavin Field (Cougars)
18.98 Julius Bowie (Tigers)
18.73 Donovon Jack (Flames)
17.63 Jackson Hussey (Buccs)
17.59 Ash Litterick (Senators)
17.55 Devon Atkinson (Lightning)
17.47 Tre Nichols (Slammers)
16.98 Benjamin Smith (Redbacks)
16.36 Rhys Vague (Senators)
16.22 Jb Pillard (Giants)
16.13 Kyle Bowen (Redbacks)
15.94 Drew Williamson (Eagles)
15.60 Matthew Adekponya (Hawks)
15.29 Cody Ellis (Senators)
14.19 Kyle Armour (Tigers)
13.86 Rob Huntington (Wolves)
13.22 Ryan Smith (Hawks)
13.01 Robert Waters (Hawks)
12.68 Ben Purser (Hawks)
12.61 Damien Scott (Tigers)
12.43 Joel Wagner (Redbacks)
12.28 Ryan Godfrey (Flames)
11.99 William Mcneill (Magic)
11.80 Lochlan Cummings (Cougars)
11.35 Richard Ross (Wolves)
11.10 Mason Bragg (Eagles)
10.88 Seb Salinas (Wolves)
10.81 Clive Weeden (Slammers)
10.07 Seva Chan (Cougars)
9.78 Austin Bruton (Senators)
9.45 Corey Shervill (Lightning)
9.36 Daniel Grida (Lightning)
9.17 Vincent Zollo (Flames)
9.16 Corey Easley (Eagles)
9.11 Damian Matacz (Wolves)
8.93 Rhett Della (Cougars)
8.61 Rhys Smyth (Wolves)
8.42 Ricky Kreklow (Magic)
8.31 Mathew Wundenberg (Buccs)
8.31 Daniel Thomas (Cougars)
8.31 Reece Maxwell (Wolves)
8.08 Geordie Murray (Redbacks)
8.07 Ngor Manyang (Eagles)
7.97 Dennis Tawhiti (Eagles)
7.88 Aaron Ralph (Buccs)
7.61 Jayden Coburn (Senators)
7.43 Jarryd Griffin (Flames)
7.40 Corban Wroe (Senators)
7.40 Matthew Hancock (Buccs)
7.37 Andrew Black (Tigers)
7.12 Justin Beard (Flames)
7.05 Darrell Morgan (Lightning)
6.94 Kerrod Horn (Suns)
6.84 Brighton Pass (Suns)
6.56 Jordan Wellsteed (Wolves)
6.56 Jonathan Diaz (Suns)
6.25 Christopher Douglas (Slammers)
6.08 Michael Lay (Slammers)
6.07 Luke Pike (Giants)
5.98 Steven Van Lit (Cougars)
5.94 Nathan Drown (Suns)
5.82 Michael Exell (Giants)
5.81 Damon Ballantyne (Magic)
5.72 Travis Durnin (Slammers)
5.69 Michael Garbellini (Lightning)
5.63 Tom Remmerswaal (Magic)
5.57 Andrew Ferguson (Lightning)
5.56 Fletcher Klasztorny (Magic)
5.44 Beau Samuelson (Flames)
5.30 Hayden Noordhoek (Tigers)
5.12 Billy Grey (Suns)
5.11 Chad Simpson (Magic)
5.10 Andrew Bowman (Magic)
5.08 Ryan Blanchett (Suns)
5.07 Daniel Forlano (Giants)
5.04 Diing Mawein (Redbacks)
5.04 Joe-Alan Tupaea (Eagles)
4.92 Jaarod Holmes (Cougars)
4.89 Tim Squire (Suns)
4.49 Lachlan Evans (Tigers)
4.17 Russell Hurst (Giants)
4.10 Jay Thwaites (Senators)
4.03 Sean Easther (Wolves)
3.94 Jerome Reid (Giants)
3.91 Daniel Goodluck (Giants)
3.82 Jack Wagner (Redbacks)
3.79 Luke Roberts (Flames)
3.77 Miles Tierney (Giants)
3.61 Atem Atem (Giants)
3.04 Nic Cody (Tigers)
2.82 Bryce Gray (Suns)
2.67 Aiden Murphy (Eagles)
2.48 Michael Collins (Tigers)
2.40 Robert Cassir (Hawks)
2.34 Jake Correia (Suns)
2.33 Theron Pinker (Suns)
2.32 Thomas Witts (Senators)
2.31 Teny Puot (Slammers)
2.12 Hayden Bell (Lightning)
2.08 Riley Chappell (Redbacks)
2.01 Jackson Simkovic (Hawks)
1.94 Andrej Donlagic (Eagles)
1.85 James Paringatai (Buccs)
1.83 Sam Julitz (Magic)
1.65 Matthew Honey (Flames)
1.50 Jamieson Lewis (Suns)
1.21 Wade Guerin (Wolves)
1.07 Tom Parkinson (Lightning)
0.82 Jordan Hickert (Hawks)
0.25 Matt Vinci (Lightning)
-0.14 Travis Hayto (Hawks)
-0.23 Anthony Edgar (Suns)

These are for all players who have played 5 games or more, and average at least 10mins per game.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
16:48 12 May 17

Reply #635725

re: WA SBL - May 2017

"9.78 Austin Bruton (Senators)"

Wow I see he's still grinding.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
16:56 12 May 17

Reply #635729

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Where do you get those stats from, or do you calculate them Lukosious?


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Lukosius
Earlier this month
17:11 12 May 17

Reply #635730

re: WA SBL - May 2017

The stats come from here....

http://websites.sportstg.com/rpt_stats.cgi?type=COMP&client=1-5011-0-444191-0

I then import into an Excel spreadsheet.


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
17:27 12 May 17

Reply #635731

re: WA SBL - May 2017

good work, why the cut off at 10min pg average?


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Lukosius
Earlier this month
17:30 12 May 17

Reply #635732

re: WA SBL - May 2017

So the list didn't go on forever.....


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
17:57 12 May 17

Reply #635735

re: WA SBL - May 2017

What does the number represent?


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Lukosius
Earlier this month
18:07 12 May 17

Reply #635737

re: WA SBL - May 2017

In a roundabout sort of way, how many points a player is worth to his team.

Statistical Rating:
a) Add one (1) point for each steal, block and point scored, add 1.333 points for each assist and add 0.75 points for each rebound.
b) Take off one (1) point for each turnover, field goal miss and free throw miss.
c) Take off half a point (0.5) for each foul.
d) Divide the total by the amount of games played to get a 'per game' figure.


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The nuggets
Earlier this month
01:17 13 May 17

Reply #635753

re: WA SBL - May 2017

nice stats, Matt Vinci you rock!


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Anonymous
Earlier this month
12:51 13 May 17

Reply #635770

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Lightning finish 27-13 in the final quarter to knock off a full strength Stirling by 2. Vague was dominant but Ellis 7 points. Have to feel for Litterick. Now the back up big


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
19:52 14 May 17

Reply #635841

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Voekel is averaging a triple double.


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
09:08 15 May 17

Reply #635868

re: WA SBL - May 2017

rockinghams women import ejected from the game Saturday night.


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
10:31 15 May 17

Reply #635874

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Rockingham import ejected for essentially nothing. No theatrics, No loud yelling - just more evidence of a refs ego getting in the way. The refereeing was terrible in that game, made more evident when even our (Magic) coaches were also visually disgusted with most of the calls too.

Where has the art of communication gone from the refs in this state? Too quick to blow a whistle and then try and justify the call after the event, rather than be proactive and get a voice in the play to let the game flow more. Is this a directive from referee evaluators or higher? Refs need to be held more accountable - players are held accountable to their coaches, coaches are held accountable by their clubs. It's time those that evaluate and allocate the refs in this state started holding the refs more accountable also if we want the League to keep on improving. If not, we will get alot more of what I considered to be the worst officiating I've seen in over 30 years of being involved in the sport all because arrogance has been allowed to overtake ability in the referee ranks


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Ballsup
Two weeks ago
10:48 15 May 17

Reply #635876

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Similar story at Morley on Saturday night. 7 tech fouls blown at end of mens game - refs lost control early in fourth quarter by not calling stuff. Then instead of defusing the situation they have created, they inflame it. Three refs instead of two not working as too many egos and not enough accountability.


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alexkrad
Two weeks ago
12:02 15 May 17

Reply #635890

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Alot of techs up in Gero too

Was it Women's Round or Technical Foul Round?


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
12:37 15 May 17

Reply #635899

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Too many cooks in the kitchen it seems. Go back to two.


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
12:45 15 May 17

Reply #635900

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Well, no, three referee's is the way to go. But the third ref needs to be ready for the job. Unfortunately at the moment they seem a bit inexperienced.


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Red74
Two weeks ago
13:21 15 May 17

Reply #635901

re: WA SBL - May 2017

tech fouls at the hawks v magic and suns v wolves games too


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Anon
Two weeks ago
13:45 15 May 17

Reply #635902

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Referring during hawks v eagles was disgraceful. Hawks in the game in the last two minutes and the tech fouls started flying. The lost all control of the game
Matt Parsons ejected


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AnonRef
Two weeks ago
14:30 15 May 17

Reply #635906

re: WA SBL - May 2017

They got what they deserved.


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
17:12 15 May 17

Reply #635914

re: WA SBL - May 2017

AnonRef,
Do you mean the refs? So they will be stood down for a game or 2 until they learn how to control things without looking to see how many Ts they can call?


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Anon
Two weeks ago
17:37 15 May 17

Reply #635918

re: WA SBL - May 2017

AnonRef who got what they deserved?

This seasons referring has been the worst in a long time


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I was there
Two weeks ago
18:05 15 May 17

Reply #635919

re: WA SBL - May 2017

The 2 Easther brothers did a great job of looking after each other to the detriment of the Game.

Purser called for a non-existent charge, then 2 T's in very quick succession, one from each brother.

Then Cassir given a USF for attempting to block a dunk by Davis. Zero malice, no head high contact. Davis did not remonstrate or fall, total over-reaction by ref.

The young refs coming up see people like Grist, Diconza and Hughes all act like arrogant dictators and get away with it, so they think that is the way to get ahead as a ref in WA. Sadly it seems that is true.


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I was there 2 prob closer
Two weeks ago
18:24 15 May 17

Reply #635920

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Purser got T'd cause he aggressively approached the ref - he was lucky not to get tossed because the second tech was a 'bench tech' on him.

On common sense says there is no way that Cassir was going to contest a Davis dunk - he went straight into his body and cleaned him up. Bragg was t'd for pushing cassir who was also t'd.

Perry Lakes just lost there cool in the end.


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I was there
Two weeks ago
18:33 15 May 17

Reply #635921

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Purser was walking to his Bench, not to the ref. I was quite close to that.

Cassir was definitely trying to block the shot. That's how he plays. Your version of common sense would allow Davis to get a dunk and 2 easy points. He kept playing, Cassir kept playing.

Bragg did come in as 3rd man, did his best to escalate the situation. Perhaps he got off lightly with only a USF.


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
18:46 15 May 17

Reply #635922

re: WA SBL - May 2017

On the 2nd T, the 2nd (brother) ref aggressively approached Purser told him to calm down when he had walked away so incited a further response!
Cassir did contest the dunk and was definatley going for the ball, I agree with "as I was there"s version as being correct.


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
18:47 15 May 17

Reply #635923

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Betting odds;
Paying 2 to 1 'I was there' is a Hawks Assistant Coach


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I was there
Two weeks ago
19:16 15 May 17

Reply #635926

re: WA SBL - May 2017

I hope you only used your Bonus Bet on that as you are way off, Not affiliated with either Club in any way.


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I was way too close
Two weeks ago
10:08 16 May 17

Reply #635963

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Cassir was late and the whistle had already been blown for a fould before Davis even jumped no need to undercut Davis so it was a dirty play and deserved attention


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
10:12 16 May 17

Reply #635964

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Disagree. Whistle had been blown, Davis continued on to dunk the ball well after the play should have stopped (i.e. there was zero chance of a continuation being called) and Cassir made a hard contest. Disrespectful from Davis in the first place but Cassir certainly didn't "under cut" him - have watched the footage multiple times.


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casual observer
Two weeks ago
14:46 16 May 17

Reply #636011

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Cassir didnt undercut Davis he attempted to block the dunk. He also made a fair bit of contact with the ball. Was it a hard foul? Yes, but thats mostly because of the awkward position Davis got into. As for the refs its an absolute joke how bad they lost control in that game. Purser gave them both a spray after an absolute atrocious offense foul call. I Was sitting behind the EP bench when it happened and they were laughing about how bad a call it was. It was a terrible call at a crucial junction of the game. The whole game was badly reffed. Im pretty sure Hawks coach got ejected for telling them that they had lost control and that they needed to not let it get like this. Its about the third or fourth game i have been two across the league that has had an ending like this during this season. I try to go to the best games avail each week and a few have finished like this


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i wasnt there
Two weeks ago
15:02 16 May 17

Reply #636012

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Davis attempted a triple somersault dunk while naked so cassir took great offence to it and threw an empty coke bottle at his face


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honest observer
Two weeks ago
19:43 16 May 17

Reply #636083

re: WA SBL - May 2017

I can agree the reff'ing has been an all time low this season. Refs like Dickonza are holding grudges/power-tripping any chance they get... It obvious he has preconceived opinions/views on certain players (from multiple teams), which is very apparent in the way he calls the game and 50/50 decisions. I am not singling him out, he is just a great example of how SBL reffs ruin/dictate games on a nightly basis. There needs to be more accountability on their performance... I truly believe they have a tough job and will always upset 50% of fans/players/coaches with their call, but they are still being paid to perform at a level they clearly aren't capable of...
Why aren't they analysing game tape like players do..? As I said; they have a hard job, but each year I have been part of the SBL I have seen the level of play increase and the level of reff'ing slide. Yes, this is a generalisation, but the few good get thrown in the pile with the majority of terrible, unfortunately...

I was at the EP/PL game. I believe the Davis/Cassir foul was called correctly. Yes, Davis continued and I don't believe Cassir had intent to injure... However, the play had clearly stopped... It takes a very bias view to think Cassir was under the assumption the play was continuing. Any play that has that much contact that long after the whistle, with the potential of serious injury (even if not with malicious intent) is deserved of a higher reprimand than a standard foul... The techs that were dished out before/during/after is what has PL people getting more upset over this call than the call itself - in my honest opinion.


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casual observer
Two weeks ago
10:04 17 May 17

Reply #636127

re: WA SBL - May 2017

It was the Purser double tech and the Parsons ejection that was the issue. Was sitting directly behind the PL bench and Parsons didnt say anything that was even close to warranting that.


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
11:29 17 May 17

Reply #636131

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Do we think Slammers are legit threat to make the playoffs? I can see some pretty good things with that squad.


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
12:42 17 May 17

Reply #636136

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Just to add to the above discussion... 63 free throws shot in the Buccs Redbacks game.


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
13:18 17 May 17

Reply #636140

re: WA SBL - May 2017

just to add to the above comment 61 free throws Mandurah vs flames womens contest.
ben smith may not be too far away as well for the s/w slammers after recovering from ankle surgery.


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
13:51 17 May 17

Reply #636142

re: WA SBL - May 2017

With Smith they will make the playoffs no doubt. Would mean their depth wouldn't be an issue anymore.


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
10:37 18 May 17

Reply #636186

re: WA SBL - May 2017

who are the assistant coaches for the SBL all star games and team mangers


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
11:06 18 May 17

Reply #636189

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Who cares. Apparently the North Men All Star Manager asked for payment last year. It's a charity event and she asked for payment.

Strength of the Wolf is in the pack lads.


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
11:47 19 May 17

Reply #636290

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Whats the go with the thoughts of this weekends games?


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
12:23 19 May 17

Reply #636291

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Bunbury and Redbacks will be interesting, Slammers are rolling at the moment and redbacks don't really have an answer for Voekel. Roberts is apparently in town but probably won't be cleared.

Willeton and perry lakes another good game tonight


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
18:03 19 May 17

Reply #636334

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Can confirm Willetton Perry Lakes will NOT be a good game, as Adekponya and Purser are both out.

Bootstrap Bill about to ball out.


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
01:53 20 May 17

Reply #636354

re: WA SBL - May 2017

^^^^^
How werong you were!
Willo by 1 point on a dubious call sending them to the line with .4 sec on clock
It was a great exciting game


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Zzzzzz
Two weeks ago
09:00 20 May 17

Reply #636356

re: WA SBL - May 2017

What's with the ladder on the SBL site. Are positions based on percentage or points. It appears to be based on percentage for top teams but changes to points for lower teams. Surely its based on points until 2 or more teams are equal in which case then they are split by percentage.


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
09:16 20 May 17

Reply #636357

re: WA SBL - May 2017

It's determined by Win/Loss ratio, and then by least losses and then by percentage. SportsTG ladders don't allow for head to head calculation on a live ladder yet.


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Zzzzzz
Two weeks ago
09:57 20 May 17

Reply #636358

re: WA SBL - May 2017

So that's how they do it but what is the actual correct way it should be done


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
13:29 20 May 17

Reply #636372

re: WA SBL - May 2017

I think during the season it doesn't matter too much.

At the end of the season it goes on w/l ratio then head to head.


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Anonono
Two weeks ago
22:10 20 May 17

Reply #636424

re: WA SBL - May 2017

What has happened at Perry Lakes. Playing tonight without their four best non imports Adekponya, Smith, Purser and Hickert.


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Anononono
Last week
12:04 21 May 17

Reply #636439

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Also O'Sullivan & Hayto.

Surely all six are not injured?
Problems down there?


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Anonymous
Last week
14:27 21 May 17

Reply #636443

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Purser away with work
All the rest are injured.


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Anonymous
Last week
09:53 22 May 17

Reply #636455

re: WA SBL - May 2017

No Guerin and Matacz for the Wolves for a few weeks either. Playing with one big at the moment.


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Anonymous
Last week
12:23 22 May 17

Reply #636460

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Thoughts on the game deciding call by ref with 0.4 sec on clock with scores tied, Willo v Hawks game on Friday?


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Anonymous
Last week
12:39 22 May 17

Reply #636463

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Horrible call. There was clear space between Carlwell and Evans. Such a great game decided like that is a tragedy. Undermanned PL team showed they could hang even when missing 7 of their regular rotation players and starters. They should never have been in that game. Parsons has those young kids playing with fire. The results havent been there yet but if they can sneak into the playoffs they will be a tough opponent.


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Anonymous
Last week
12:51 22 May 17

Reply #636465

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Props to the young Willeton kid for knocking it down though.


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Anonymous
Last week
21:10 22 May 17

Reply #636488

re: WA SBL - May 2017

..and those with the privilege of HUDL will see that it was a blatant foul which even Parsons conceded. It doesn't matter was time of the game it was, or the scoreline, Evans gets Carlwell in the air and the defence hits hit before Evans hits the ground. It's not even close.


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koberulz
Last week
21:49 22 May 17

Reply #636490

re: WA SBL - May 2017

There was clear space between Carlwell and Evans
Before and after the contact, yes.


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Lukosius
Last week
13:48 23 May 17

Reply #636510

re: WA SBL - May 2017

So the All-Star teams have been finalised....

SOUTH
C - Billups (Cougars)
PF - Holmen (Giants)
SF - Bowie (Tigers)
SG - Nichols (Slammers)
PG - Armour (Tigers)

C - Turner (Tigers)
F - Pillard (Giants)
F - Voelkel (Slammers)
F - Field (Cougars)
G - Scott (Tigers)


NORTH:
C - Davis (Eagles)
PF - Barrow (Buccs)
SF - Redhage (Redbacks)
SG - Iliadis (Wolves)
PG - Belger (Suns)

F - Purser (Hawks)
F - Benjamin (Buccs)
F - Ellis (Senators)
G - Adekponya (Hawks)
G - Hussey (Buccs)


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Anonymous
Last week
13:52 23 May 17

Reply #636512

re: WA SBL - May 2017

You will surely disagree Lukosius but I think Padgett should be in over Pillard. Pillard is worthy but is the second best player on the giants. Padgett is easily best on the Lightning.


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Lukosius
Last week
14:07 23 May 17

Reply #636515

re: WA SBL - May 2017

The same argument could be made for Mullenax and Jack.

However it was a public vote, and if the supporters of the Lightning, Magic and Flames can't get behind their players, then too bad.


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Anonymous
Last week
14:10 23 May 17

Reply #636517

re: WA SBL - May 2017

WOMENS RESERVES

South

Malpass (Tigers)
Milo (Magic)
Bayliss (Slammers)
Harper (Tigers)
Bourne (Flames)

North

Belcher (Wolves)
Johnson (Redbacks)
Donovan (Hawks)
Moyle (Suns)
Wischer (Wolves)


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Anonymous
Last week
14:30 23 May 17

Reply #636521

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Yes, agreed Lukosius. It is much more of a populararity game than all star isn't it.


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Lukosius
Last week
14:48 23 May 17

Reply #636523

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Yes and no. Let's remember that it was only a select group of players who you could vote for, and these were players who were all worthy of a spot.

Some of the guys who missed out may still get a chance anyway as some players always appear to pull out at the last minute because of an 'injury'.


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anon
Last week
16:21 23 May 17

Reply #636525

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Atkinson > Armour


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Anonymous
Last week
16:23 23 May 17

Reply #636527

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Are they going to add more players to the rosters? It was a squad of 12 each in 2015 and last year had 11 each (I assume there were late withdrawals?)

Maybe the coaches or SBL pick the final two based on who's not represented?


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Anonymous
Last week
16:40 23 May 17

Reply #636529

re: WA SBL - May 2017

will this be the first time lakeside have not had an all star in the mens SBL?


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Anonymous
Last week
17:22 23 May 17

Reply #636531

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Probably. Usually one of their imports is top 3 in the league. Alexander, Swing, Tinsley, Payne, Beran


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Anonymous
Last week
11:39 24 May 17

Reply #636554

re: WA SBL - May 2017

the all-star coaches should be able to select 2 players at least to balance their squad out with height etc or whatever they feel they need.


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Anonymous
Last week
12:38 24 May 17

Reply #636556

re: WA SBL - May 2017

nah.


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Anonymous
Last week
13:46 24 May 17

Reply #636560

re: WA SBL - May 2017


1. can the rockingham flames be considered a serious threat to the title with the addition of dexter?
2. is tre- Nichols the best import guard we have seen in this league for the last 10 years?who then
3. will the wolves new import play this weekend.
4. aaron ralph and D.T are highly regarded as the most hated players in the s.b.l is there any one else to add to that list
5. who would win a fight between aaron trahair and nik lakovic
6. do lakeside players pray before the game
7. is mel moyle still rated no 1 in the WSBL.

JUST A COUPLE OF WED ARVO THOUGHTS - BIT BORED


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Red74
Last week
14:09 24 May 17

Reply #636563

re: WA SBL - May 2017

1. Title threat? No
2. Probably
3. No
4. Tupea
5. No contest. Lako would buy the win
6. Who cares
7. When was she ever number 1??????


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Anonymous
Last week
14:25 24 May 17

Reply #636566

re: WA SBL - May 2017

1. No
2. Najee Lane
3. No
4. Huntingdon
5. Lako wouldnt stand a chance unless he was able to eye gouge and squirrel grip Trahair. Trahair would just sit on him and it would be over.
6. Maybe, but no one cares.
7. meh. shes ok.


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Anonymous
Last week
14:30 24 May 17

Reply #636568

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Strange answer to no. 4, anon #636566


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Anonymous
Last week
14:46 24 May 17

Reply #636571

re: WA SBL - May 2017

1. No
2. Have to be up there, Lane wasnt the explosive scorer Tre is
3. No
4. Land brothers, John Dickson
5. Lako's ego beats all
6. Irrelevant
7. Moyle not even in top 20 let alone number 1


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Anonymous
Last week
15:51 24 May 17

Reply #636578

re: WA SBL - May 2017

why? Is Huntingdon a protected species? Hes just as dirty and disliked as any of the other guys mentioned so far.


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Anonymous
Last week
17:41 24 May 17

Reply #636583

re: WA SBL - May 2017

o_O


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Anonymous
Last week
19:30 24 May 17

Reply #636594

re: WA SBL - May 2017

1. Nar but may get them in the 8
2. Not even close. His current team mate was alot better in his prime.
3. Ask Ben
4. Redhage (Altho I feel more hate for coaches and refs then players).
5. Lako would probably think he has Trahair covered in 3pt shoot out.
6. Where have the Lakeside fans gone?
7. Dont watch WSBL


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Anonymous
Last week
16:02 25 May 17

Reply #636664

re: WA SBL - May 2017

How is it that nothing has been said geraldton import Dwayne Benjamin allegedly glassing a female patron at vibe niteclub? Will he be sent home by the club if found guilty?


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Anonymous
Last week
16:07 25 May 17

Reply #636665

re: WA SBL - May 2017

I guess it depends on what she did to provoke him.


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Anonymous
Last week
16:13 25 May 17

Reply #636666

re: WA SBL - May 2017

What, in your eyes, is provocation that would make him glassing her allowable?


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Anonymous
Last week
16:15 25 May 17

Reply #636667

re: WA SBL - May 2017

provocation or not, as a 'celebrity in regional terms' like the buccs and giants boys are in their respective communities, he should have known better and had the self control to walk away rather than smashing a glass on the woman's head regardless of what she said.


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Anonymous
Last week
16:15 25 May 17

Reply #636668

re: WA SBL - May 2017

http://www.pressreader.com/search?query=dwayne%20benjamin&languages=en&hideSimilar=0


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Anonymous
Last week
16:17 25 May 17

Reply #636669

re: WA SBL - May 2017

" as a 'celebrity in regional terms' like the buccs and giants boys are in their respective communities, he should have known better"

Um... shouldn't every human in the world know better than to smash a glass over someone's head, no matter what is said?


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Anonymous
Last week
16:24 25 May 17

Reply #636673

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Maybe she was being overly mouthy.


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Anonymous
Last week
16:24 25 May 17

Reply #636674

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Oh, thats ok then!


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Anonymous
Last week
16:27 25 May 17

Reply #636675

re: WA SBL - May 2017

The newspaper article reads like he was involved in an altercation with the woman's husband and friend. Maybe she just got caught in the crossfire?


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Anonymous
Last week
16:30 25 May 17

Reply #636676

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Club suspends him two games, but then lets him play against Bunbury... am I missing something here? Do the buccs organisation not respect mandurah and rockingham enough to 'allow' him to miss those two games as long as he plays the tough game first against the slammers. i've heard of crooked cops with better morals!


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Anonymous
Last week
17:02 25 May 17

Reply #636678

re: WA SBL - May 2017

It depends she may have said something bad about his game or something.
U never know.


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Anonymous
Last week
17:09 25 May 17

Reply #636679

re: WA SBL - May 2017

U would hope that the Buccs only found out after the Slammers game.


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Anonymous
Last week
17:10 25 May 17

Reply #636680

re: WA SBL - May 2017

she prob said the n word. gero is a very racist town. if so she got what she deserved


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Anonymous
Last week
17:13 25 May 17

Reply #636681

re: WA SBL - May 2017

"U would hope that the Buccs only found out after the Slammers game."

haha highly unlikely. played Slammers on Saturday night, Mandurah on Sunday. they clearly knew what they were doin


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Anonymous
Last week
17:25 25 May 17

Reply #636683

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Haha that is bad!!
Very disrespectful.

We will suspend you but only against the weaker teams.


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Anonymous
Last week
18:46 25 May 17

Reply #636687

re: WA SBL - May 2017

"Being a woman" trumps everything, everything she may have done to instigate action is irrelevant, including saying the n word.


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Anonymous
Last week
18:47 25 May 17

Reply #636688

re: WA SBL - May 2017

^ I'm being sarcastic above, but sadly it's true.


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Anonymous
Last week
19:13 25 May 17

Reply #636691

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Even if she said the N word, that doesn't mean she deserves a glass smashed on her head.


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Anonymous
Last week
20:48 25 May 17

Reply #636696

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Doesn't it? What might not be offensive to you could be pretty hurtful to someone else.


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koberulz
Last week
22:00 25 May 17

Reply #636700

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Being offended doesn't justify assault.


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Anonymous
Last week
00:57 26 May 17

Reply #636705

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Let's face it if a male says the n word and gets assaulted even though it doesn't justify it people would agree he deserved it.

If a woman said the n word as per above the trigger to it is forgotten because omg you hit a woman!

Guaranteed the reaction on here would be different if a male assaulted him instead.

Double standards.


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Anonymous
Last week
08:49 26 May 17

Reply #636707

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Does the SBL step in when it comes to these sorts of issues? Two games (one week) for alleged assault is rubbish. I would like to think the Buccs have some internal club values that they hold all players accountable to, and if so, does a two game ban reflect those? Clubs dealing with these sorts of things can show a lot of bias. Who isn't to say that if the Buccs were playing Willetton/Joondalup for example that Benjamin would have played?
In my opinion, glassing someone at a club regardless of the circumstances for someone with his status in Gero is grounds for termination. Hopefully this gets dealt with the right way


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Anonymous
Last week
09:09 26 May 17

Reply #636708

re: WA SBL - May 2017

He hasn't even been proven guilty and this guy want some blood ^^ wtf i s the point of a judicial system if everyone's going to have a knee jerk reaction


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Anonymous
Last week
09:36 26 May 17

Reply #636709

re: WA SBL - May 2017

"He hasn't even been proven guilty and this guy want some blood ^^ wtf i s the point of a judicial system if everyone's going to have a knee jerk reaction"

But people are saying the woman probably deserved it and that doesnt warrant your outrage?


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Anonymous
Last week
09:41 26 May 17

Reply #636710

re: WA SBL - May 2017

"Double standards."

It doesnt matter what the gender of the victim is. No one deserves to be glassed at all, for anything, especially not being called a name. What the hell is wrong with you?


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Anonymous
Last week
09:43 26 May 17

Reply #636711

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Geraldton have a history of releasing low character imports so I wouldn't go too far with this yet guys. They have to let the police process unfold.

Interesting that they are going to review if they allow their players to goto nightclubs postgame now... big lol to that one.


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Anonymous
Last week
10:31 26 May 17

Reply #636713

re: WA SBL - May 2017

"Your suspended for 2 x games of the clubs choosing"


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Anonymous
Last week
12:47 26 May 17

Reply #636721

re: WA SBL - May 2017

"What the hell is wrong with you?"

Of course no one deserves to get glassed. But because it was a female people are treating it differently to if it was a male.


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Anonymous
Last week
12:47 26 May 17

Reply #636722

re: WA SBL - May 2017

This is Geraldton we are talking about. Imagine the bogans involved :s


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Anonymous
Last week
13:00 26 May 17

Reply #636723

re: WA SBL - May 2017

"But because it was a female people are treating it differently to if it was a male."

No they're not.


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Anonymous
Last week
13:05 26 May 17

Reply #636724

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Reading this thread, not hard to.


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Anonymous
Last week
14:00 26 May 17

Reply #636731

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Trust me, if the male was glassed everyone would be like "he deserved it, probably said the N word" yadda yadda yadda.


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Anonymous
Last week
14:27 26 May 17

Reply #636740

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Yeah I trust you. Cos you seem really smart and stuff.


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koberulz
Last week
16:15 26 May 17

Reply #636745

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Geraldton have a history of releasing low character imports so I wouldn't go too far with this yet guys.
Was it Geraldton who had that guy a few years back who was sacked before he even got into the country after a news report back in the states quoted him making absurd claims about a tropical island and private plane?


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Anonymous
Last week
16:49 26 May 17

Reply #636751

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Yes. There are others also


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Anonymous
Last week
17:34 26 May 17

Reply #636755

re: WA SBL - May 2017

So a girl gets angry at Hancock, starts throwing mouthing off and pushing him. gets her boyfriend to start a fight, all because the bartender served Hancock, and then Benjamin jumps in to seperate them, she THROWS her drink at him, and he pours his drink over her, which slips and causes stitches.

no glassing, no throwing, no fighting, he dropped his glass on her.

how is that even nearly as bad as what she was doing. starting fights in a club.


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Anonymous
Last week
17:53 26 May 17

Reply #636757

re: WA SBL - May 2017

"Yeah I trust you. Cos you seem really smart and stuff."

I am, and really struggle with level one thinkers like yourself.


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Anonymous
Last week
17:53 26 May 17

Reply #636758

re: WA SBL - May 2017

"So a girl gets angry at Hancock, starts throwing mouthing off and pushing him. gets her boyfriend to start a fight, all because the bartender served Hancock, and then Benjamin jumps in to seperate them, she THROWS her drink at him, and he pours his drink over her, which slips and causes stitches.

no glassing, no throwing, no fighting, he dropped his glass on her.

how is that even nearly as bad as what she was doing. starting fights in a club."

Because females get more leeway. Male = bad, female = must be males' fault


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Anonymous
Last week
21:23 26 May 17

Reply #636788

re: WA SBL - May 2017

That story sounds sooooo believable.

And the red-piller responding is even stupider than the guy who just made up that story.


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Anonymous
Last week
01:52 27 May 17

Reply #636792

re: WA SBL - May 2017

"The red pill and its opposite, the blue pill, are popular cultural symbols representing the choice between: Knowledge, freedom and the (sometimes painful) truth of reality (red pill) Falsehood, security and the blissful ignorance of illusion (blue pill)"

I guess so.


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Anonymous
Last week
05:44 27 May 17

Reply #636794

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Didn't think there could be anything related to The Matrix worse than the sequels. But the internet pill cultists proved that assumption wrong.


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Farrison Hord
Last week
12:28 27 May 17

Reply #636810

re: WA SBL - May 2017

This just looks like the same person having a conversation with themselves.

Anyway, in actual basketball news, great game in Belmont with Jay Bowie hitting a big time 3 ball on the buzzer in OT to get the Tigers past Perth


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Anonymous
Last week
12:28 27 May 17

Reply #636811

re: WA SBL - May 2017

^^^ haha have to agree. Nicely put.


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Anonymous
Last week
12:29 27 May 17

Reply #636812

re: WA SBL - May 2017

"^^^ haha have to agree. Nicely put." (the whole pill BS"


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Anonymous
Last week
12:40 27 May 17

Reply #636817

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Jay Bowie, a real hands on type operator. Tigers now on a 8 game streak, and with games against Lightning, Flames, Eastern Suns, Eagles and Magic, would probably pick them to extend to 13. Perfect timing for an easy run, making the most of Turner before he jets off to get married.


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Anonymous
Last week
16:57 27 May 17

Reply #636835

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Top 3 players in the running for Most Improved Player?


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Anonymous
Yesterday
21:12 28 May 17

Reply #636888

re: WA SBL - May 2017

Jay Bowie, Jay Bowie, Jay Bowie


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