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Anonymous
Two weeks ago

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BA Prospects Camp 2017

Is there any word out in basketball circles on this years BA Prospects camp that was held in July last year?
By all accounts it was a great success.

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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
18:51 16 May 17

Reply #636074

re: BA Prospects Camp 2017

No idea.
What about under 17 squads?
NSW announced their players but can not find full squads!



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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
20:11 16 May 17

Reply #636086

re: BA Prospects Camp 2017

Yeah that's really weird? No announcement on the BA website with the U17's or the prospects event?


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
20:29 16 May 17

Reply #636088

re: BA Prospects Camp 2017

What do you mean nsw u17s?

Are you talking about u16 nationals squads?


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
20:31 16 May 17

Reply #636089

re: BA Prospects Camp 2017

No they mean national team squad for Guam


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
20:41 16 May 17

Reply #636090

re: BA Prospects Camp 2017

for oceanias.


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
21:03 16 May 17

Reply #636092

re: BA Prospects Camp 2017

Should be all top age players and let the bottom agers focus on upcoming asia champs.

IMO

MacDonald/Dent
Stattman/Armstrong
Krause/Robertson
Bowen/Leupepe
Froling/Dalton

Goodchild/Gould
Dangelo/Ayres
Clarke/Hawea
Bourne/George
Cochrane/Rees


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
21:16 16 May 17

Reply #636094

re: BA Prospects Camp 2017

Ah, Cochrane is on the injury comeback trail. If she was fit, like Simmons she would be off to u19 worlds.


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EuroBaller
Two weeks ago
22:34 16 May 17

Reply #636102

re: BA Prospects Camp 2017

Hardly call it a success... who got scholarships off the back of it? Pupavac? anyone else?

The rest was just the usual bunch, playing front of the usual bunch of colleges that recruit asutralian kids.

Was no different to a U18 or U20 event... how much did BA charge ? $450? $500? to attend... on top of the accommodation & flights for the colleges? no wonder they only had 20 or so coaches there... success? not really. maybe if they had a decent head of the Ais they would have qualified for u19s and actually had a shot at real exposure. how do you not pick half the players that are at the AIS - for the u19 team? either you have picked the wrong players for the institute - or you have picked the wrong players for the national team.. either way - a dreadful job has been done!


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
22:40 16 May 17

Reply #636103

re: BA Prospects Camp 2017

Bloom or nankervis then.

whos the new gems coach?


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
07:39 17 May 17

Reply #636118

re: BA Prospects Camp 2017

Gorris is the Gems coach cant see that changing till after they play worlds.

then I would imagine a new Gems coach will happen, just hope they dont put either of his current assistants in the job that would spell disaster for sure. They would end up like the boys


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Anonymous
Two weeks ago
09:17 17 May 17

Reply #636121

re: BA Prospects Camp 2017

According to the BA calendar they are planning on running the Prospects Camp again on July 19 to 21.

I would guess that BA havent mentioned anything about it as they are in the process of getting the event certified. The NCAA event certification process is a long and slow process, applications really werent looked at until last month. The NCAA has put in a new online system and new requirements for event operators so its probably slower than usual.

Theres around 40 events certified for the US summer so far, this is a far cry from the couple of hundred events that run every July.

https://web3.ncaa.org/bbcs/publishedEvents

BA is hamstrung, they cant say the event is certified until the certification is approved which they have no control over.


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