Anonymous
Last year

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WA SBL - September 2017

Well this is it, the Grand Final. Redbacks vs. Wolves. Lako vs. Etteridge. Redhage vs. "other people's juniors wah wah".

I've noticed for the last month throughout the SBL postseason odds get posted up for every game EXCEPT any involving the Wolves men's team. Same applies this weekend - the women's final on tonight has odds up but not the men's. Bookies uneasy about Wolves or suspect something? Very strange. Wanted to check out the odds to have a feel what they think of the game. Anyone know anything about this?

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Anonymous
Last year
13:10 1 Sep 17

Reply #645416

re: WA SBL - September 2017

New thread up here


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Anonymous
Last year
13:32 1 Sep 17

Reply #645417

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Odds for mens will be out this afternoon/evening being a Saturday game.


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Anonymous
Last year
14:19 1 Sep 17

Reply #645422

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Ok but they have been missing for every Wolfpack playoff game but available for every other game. Strange.


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Anonymous
Last year
18:05 1 Sep 17

Reply #645449

re: WA SBL - September 2017

No they haven't. I placed bets on wolves men the last 2 weeks


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Anonymous
Last year
18:05 1 Sep 17

Reply #645450

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Which site?


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Anonymous
Last year
18:06 1 Sep 17

Reply #645451

re: WA SBL - September 2017

bet365


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Anonymous
Last year
18:18 1 Sep 17

Reply #645453

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Don't think so.

The odds comparison site I've been using includes bet365 and 3 of 4 QFs were on there excluding Wolves series. Same thing for semi.

Someone's telling porkies?

Also 365 has the women's final up since yesterday no sign on men's. Hmmm.


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Anonymous
Last year
21:56 1 Sep 17

Reply #645476

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Bet 365 have had all the Wolves games. I have bet on it all playoffs


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Anonymous
Last year
22:13 1 Sep 17

Reply #645479

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Alright then. Eagerly awaiting odds on Wolves for the GF.


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Anonomous
Last year
22:30 1 Sep 17

Reply #645483

re: WA SBL - September 2017

The FIBA live stats used by the SBL is crap. The play by play is upside down, out of order and you can't see anything other than the almost current occurrence. It would help if you could see the scoreboard as well.


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DaHuzyBru
Last year
00:00 2 Sep 17

Reply #645488

re: WA SBL - September 2017

0/5 now for the Magic in grand final attempts. 7th title for the Lady Hawks, 12th in total for Perry Lakes. Farnworth a worthy Grand Final MVP winner, with 26 points and 8 rebounds - she stepped up big in the 4th. Hats off to Gilday, she was brilliant


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koberulz
Last year
00:21 2 Sep 17

Reply #645490

re: WA SBL - September 2017

The FIBA live stats used by the SBL is crap.
It's exactly the same as every other FIBA Live Stats page.

The play by play is upside down, out of order and you can't see anything other than the almost current occurrence.
You can see the whole game, if you go to the Play by Play page.

It would help if you could see the scoreboard as well.
You can.


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Anonymous
Last year
01:10 2 Sep 17

Reply #645491

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Surely we have better announcers in this state than Mr I'm just going to shout into the microphone all game. Seemed way more excited than the players and most of the crowd as well as he didn't even get players pronunciations correct. Absolutely sh!t look for the sbl. I think Tinley would have been far better than that guy, and I am not a fan of Tinley.


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Anonymous
Last year
13:51 2 Sep 17

Reply #645512

re: WA SBL - September 2017

What happened to Parker? Got done for having a go at the refs


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Anonymous
Last year
14:22 2 Sep 17

Reply #645517

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Could have just used Thwaites court side.. already coaches and doesn't he announce for a living?


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Andrew
Last year
20:59 2 Sep 17

Reply #645545

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Anyone know where they are livestreaming it?
The SBL FB page only had pre game livestream


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DaHuzyBru
Last year
00:21 3 Sep 17

Reply #645551

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Roberts and Redhage were huge for Redbacks tonight, deserved winners.


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Anonymous
Last year
01:47 3 Sep 17

Reply #645556

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Wolves pathetic. Lako a championship winning coach.


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Anonymous
Last year
09:44 3 Sep 17

Reply #645562

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Congrats to the Redbacks boys.

Let me get this straight... the have championship t shirts on in their picture on the SBL page. So they already had them printed? Wow


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Anonymous
Last year
09:55 3 Sep 17

Reply #645563

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Common practice I would suggest!


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Anonymous
Last year
10:27 3 Sep 17

Reply #645564

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Cougars had their own shirts pre-printed last year. Joondalup :) biggest grand final loss in history.

Redbacks; we all expected to win but destroying the wolves by 33 is laughable. Two years in a row Wolves have been embarrassed on the big stage in the SBL. League Leaders TM in largest finals loss ever TM. Redhage for the win TM. Heck of a win TM


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Anonomous
Last year
11:56 3 Sep 17

Reply #645568

re: WA SBL - September 2017

For Sale.

Wolves 2017 SBL Champions Tee Shirts.

Available at JBS - ask for Ben.

Cheap - Cheap - Cheap


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Anonymous
Last year
12:11 3 Sep 17

Reply #645569

re: WA SBL - September 2017

So many Wolves haters. Made more GFs than any team in recent history.


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Anonymous
Last year
13:07 3 Sep 17

Reply #645575

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Lakovic got the team over the line, the ultimate x factor, no lako = no championship


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Lako
Last year
13:11 3 Sep 17

Reply #645576

re: WA SBL - September 2017

My dynasty has just begun.


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Anonymous
Last year
13:34 3 Sep 17

Reply #645577

re: WA SBL - September 2017

No Lako no championship? Give me a break. I'm sure Flophage would have something to say about that. As much of a flog that he is, it's pretty safe to say no Flophage = no championship. Lako is a minor cog in that wheel


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JR
Last year
20:45 3 Sep 17

Reply #645596

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Silence is Golden :))


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Anonymous
Last year
21:43 3 Sep 17

Reply #645601

re: WA SBL - September 2017

SBL Grand Final 2017 - whoever wins we lose.


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Anonymous
Last year
02:56 4 Sep 17

Reply #645613

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Flophage :) in tears ROFL right now. Very well put. Yes, it's true without him they don't win a thing but you cannot base it on what ifs. The fact is he played and they won.

Anonymous: So many wolves haters. Made more Grand Finals than any team in recent history.

Joondalup have made many grand finals but Ettridge's complete arrogance to not make changes and talk trash throughout the season and a below normal showing from Illiadis and Huntington in the last two Grand Finals are the reason they have been out classed both times in recent years.

Cougars out played them from start to finish and Redbacks did the exact same thing. Congratulations have to go to Perth Redbacks, regardless of the fact you don't like Lacko, the team got the win.

From what I can tell, Joondalup preach being the league leaders yet they have only won 2011 and 2015 and way back in 1993. Actually no different to the Cougars who have won a championship more recently than the Wolves in 2016 and also won in 2012 and way back in 1992. It seems to be every year either of those teams win a chip, the other one is close to follow.

Willetton are the biggest disappointment. One championship in the entire history in the Mens. Considering, how much money they have poured in over the years, the only one they could get was thanks close to the most Willetton based team they ever had.


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JR
Last year
09:28 4 Sep 17

Reply #645621

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Willeton looked like they being coached by Alan Black via the phone.
By the way 1987 called.. they want their offenses back haha.


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Anonymous
Last year
10:42 4 Sep 17

Reply #645625

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Congrats East Perth, you no longer hold the record for the biggest GF loss!

Wolves, all yours!


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Anonymous
Last year
10:51 4 Sep 17

Reply #645627

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Ben Ettridge's 3 GF Losses is a SBL record.
Worth noting the last 2 (2016,2017) they started as heavy favourite's (with the bookie anyway).
So question has to be asked should the Wolves move on with fresh start?


Andy Stewart also has 3 losses, but he has 4 wins to go with that!


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Anonymous
Last year
10:54 4 Sep 17

Reply #645628

re: WA SBL - September 2017

the womens competition was far more interesting all season. well done to both hawks and magic for putting on one hell of an arm wrestle Friday night
grand finals are meant to be tough affairs with no-one taking a backwards step and playing til the end.
wolves men - no ticker.


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Anonymous
Last year
13:00 4 Sep 17

Reply #645655

re: WA SBL - September 2017

"grand finals are meant to be tough affairs with no-one taking a backwards step and playing til the end."

Really? The last 6 mens grand finals have been won by an average of 21 points. Only 1 of those last 6 was a close game. The close grand final was a wolves loss to lakeside in 2013, every other game was not the tough affair that you speak of. Are you sure you've even been watching the mens sbl grand finals?


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Anonymous
Last year
14:44 4 Sep 17

Reply #645676

re: WA SBL - September 2017

And that close Wolves loss to Lakeside in 2013 was horrible. That fourth quarter when both teams shit themselves was soooo ugly :x


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Anonymous
Last year
14:50 5 Sep 17

Reply #645800

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Will Lako do the double and win Coach of the Year at the awards night?


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Anon
Last year
15:48 5 Sep 17

Reply #645816

re: WA SBL - September 2017

You're joking right? Might as well award it to the cheque book then


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Anonymous
Last year
16:00 5 Sep 17

Reply #645818

re: WA SBL - September 2017

It depends.
In the GF they scored 103pts.
79 of those points were from the 4 players Lacko brought in (not junior or locals of Perth Redbacks).

So is that good coaching or good spending $$$$.





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Anonymous
Last year
16:10 5 Sep 17

Reply #645822

re: WA SBL - September 2017

If it is all about the money we would have been watching a Willeton-Stirling grand final. Give credit where it is due, Lako coach of the decade. He persuaded Redhage to join the team and i doubt Shauns pay cheque had anything to do with it


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Anonymous
Last year
16:41 5 Sep 17

Reply #645824

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Thanks Lako


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Anonymous
Last year
16:58 5 Sep 17

Reply #645827

re: WA SBL - September 2017

coach of the decade

HAHAHHAAHAHAHHA this can only be Lako himself or a troll.


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Anonymous
Last year
09:26 7 Sep 17

Reply #646062

re: WA SBL - September 2017

oh yes ! the coaching and player movement starts for another year .
wsbl perth redbacks looking for new coach - anyone else heard any movement occurring.
there is a buccaneer on the move south.


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Anonymous
Last year
09:26 7 Sep 17

Reply #646063

re: WA SBL - September 2017

oh yes ! the coaching and player movement starts for another year .
wsbl perth redbacks looking for new coach - anyone else heard any movement occurring.
there is a buccaneer on the move south.


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Anonymous
Last year
09:39 7 Sep 17

Reply #646067

re: WA SBL - September 2017

It's Hussey moving south right?


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Anonymous
Last year
10:06 7 Sep 17

Reply #646068

re: WA SBL - September 2017

yes that's my mail.


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Anonymous
Last year
10:50 7 Sep 17

Reply #646074

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Most importantly Lakeside A Grade comp begins tonight


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Batavia Buccs
Last year
16:31 7 Sep 17

Reply #646123

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Buccs in a world of hurt in 2018 as they will lose their starting backcourt (Hussey, Hancock) and Wunderberg was hoping to retire.....

2018 Buccs:
Import
Import
Ralph
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Anonymous
Last year
17:01 7 Sep 17

Reply #646124

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Hancock was not what Bucc's would have hoped for.

If they go back and get A grade NBL Fringe Aussie like previous years (excluding 2017) and 2 quality imports they be fine and always in contention.

Hussey leaving hurts.
Doubt Moot will retire when he still has a decent chance at a chip.

They need to lure 2 players from Perth, just solid role players not stars, someone that will provide depth and decent rest for the stars!


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Anonymous
Last year
10:04 8 Sep 17

Reply #646185

re: WA SBL - September 2017

If Hussey leaves and they don't get a decent NBL fringe aussie I would argue they won't have a good chance at the championship.


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Anonymous
Last year
10:04 8 Sep 17

Reply #646186

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Lightning announced new coach last night


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Anonymous
Last year
11:44 8 Sep 17

Reply #646204

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Hussey is gone, evidenced by the fact GBA are advertising for a new development officer. All but confirmed out of Gero that Moot and Ralphy are decent chances at retiring this year


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Anonymous
Last year
11:57 8 Sep 17

Reply #646206

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Ralphy and moot are not retiring at all. Ralphy is young as hell. Why retire when he doesnt have to. Also the Buccs will lure solid players, they always do. Hancock was a pleb. Not what he seems to think of himself.


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Anonymous
Last year
12:06 8 Sep 17

Reply #646207

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Where to know for the Wolves? 1/4 win rate in Grand Finals in recent years with current squad... poor.


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Anonymous
Last year
12:17 8 Sep 17

Reply #646208

re: WA SBL - September 2017

I have a suggestion... pay your Australians less and get two imports.


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Anonymous
Last year
12:17 8 Sep 17

Reply #646209

re: WA SBL - September 2017

I have a suggestion... pay your Australians less and get two imports.


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Anonymous
Last year
12:18 8 Sep 17

Reply #646210

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Trian was 2-20 in game 3 and GF.


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Anon
Last year
13:20 8 Sep 17

Reply #646216

re: WA SBL - September 2017

1/4 gf's

Most clubs 0/0.


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Hoppo60
Last year
13:28 8 Sep 17

Reply #646219

re: WA SBL - September 2017

All y'all sitting behind 'anon' names talking shit on Hancock obviously don't know anything about the game, the dynamic of that team or him as a player. You probably didn't even go watch a game. His a glue guy/defensive player not a 30 point a game guy. His still fringe NBL and y'all sitting behind a computer lol.


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Nebs
Last year
13:45 8 Sep 17

Reply #646224

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Armor drops 32 in Lakeside A grade.... where the heck was that during SBL?


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Anonymous
Last year
14:18 8 Sep 17

Reply #646228

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Wow after a long SBL season still playing A grade?


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Anonymous
Last year
14:21 8 Sep 17

Reply #646231

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Hancock was a pleb. Not what he seems to think of himself.

Exhibit A y'all:

All y'all sitting behind 'anon' names talking shit on Hancock obviously don't know anything about the game, the dynamic of that team or him as a player. You probably didn't even go watch a game. His a glue guy/defensive player not a 30 point a game guy. His still fringe NBL and y'all sitting behind a computer lol.


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Hoppo60
Last year
14:51 8 Sep 17

Reply #646232

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Lol guess again.


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Anonymous
Last year
16:06 8 Sep 17

Reply #646239

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Im Hancoikc is great guy/glue guy/defdner etc

But Buccs need some like B.Lewis/M.Adekponya to get them over the line.

Having 3 x donuts in this years finals is hardly NBL calibre...


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Hoppo60
Last year
16:42 8 Sep 17

Reply #646241

re: WA SBL - September 2017

I agree with you ^^ they are both great players and scorers as they have shown.
Having one of them on that team would have gotten them a championship!


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Anonymous
Last year
23:06 8 Sep 17

Reply #646277

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Someone explain to me how Mo Barrow keeps getting All Defense votes?


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Anonymous
Last year
23:10 8 Sep 17

Reply #646278

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Did Lako win CoY yet?


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DaHuzyBru
Last year
23:44 8 Sep 17

Reply #646282

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Doccy robbed for WSBL COY, Nixy for MSBL COY - meh, Holmen for MVP - huh? rare for MVP to not be in all star five


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Say What?
Last year
00:14 9 Sep 17

Reply #646283

re: WA SBL - September 2017

^^This Guy^^ Spot on, Nix? No Doccy? Holmen?
Wow!!


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Anonymous
Last year
00:16 9 Sep 17

Reply #646284

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Cooper Land won it last year, also wasn't in the All Star Five. Not that rare, you just don't follow the League as well as you would like everyone to think. Miegel very deserving COY winner. Hawks had a veteran Tall Fern and an Opal, plus a strong local contingent. Wasn't a heck of alot to improve with coaching wise. Mandurah however were the surprise and credit has to go to Miegel for being able to make it all work down there. Holmen had nobody to take votes off him so was always going to poll well, though if Redhage plays the whole season he wins in a canter


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Oldtimer
Last year
00:17 9 Sep 17

Reply #646285

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Miegel took a 12-10 in 2016 to a 19-3 season and a grand final, I wouldn't call Doccy robbed as such when you have Burton and Edmonson in your team. She won her COTY award last Friday night.
Nix I'm a bit surprised about but of the teams ahead, they were expected to be there.
I thought Nener would have been a good chance.

As for Holmen, the classic great player on a bad team. Hell of an effort though despite missing 3 games.


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DaHuzyBru
Last year
01:01 9 Sep 17

Reply #646286

re: WA SBL - September 2017

"you just don't follow the League as well as you would like everyone to think." Ouch

Since the SBL introduced all star fives in 2009, Land in 2016 and now Holmen in 2017 are the only MVPs to not make all star five. Difference with Land in 2016 is that he led the Flames to 5th and 17-9, whereas Holmen led the Giants to 12th and 8-18.

"the classic great player on a bad team" - most definitely


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Anonymous
Last year
02:34 9 Sep 17

Reply #646291

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Lako? What a snub!


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Anon
Last year
09:02 9 Sep 17

Reply #646297

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Seriously Nix as COY what a joke


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Anonymous
Last year
09:17 9 Sep 17

Reply #646298

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Having 4 Americans helps


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Anonymous
Last year
10:28 9 Sep 17

Reply #646303

re: WA SBL - September 2017

The real joke is someone suggested Nener for COY lol


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Anonymous
Last year
20:56 9 Sep 17

Reply #646337

re: WA SBL - September 2017

The real joke is Armour in the all defensive team.


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Anonymous
Last year
09:32 11 Sep 17

Reply #646388

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Whats the point in getting salty over who gets coach of the year when its the coaches that vote not the league! If you have a problem go and talk to your clubs coach and ask them why they voted like they did


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Anonomous
Last year
11:14 11 Sep 17

Reply #646400

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Great advice, thank you Charles.


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Anonymous
Last year
11:30 11 Sep 17

Reply #646401

re: WA SBL - September 2017

the umpires also have a say in the COTY , they cast a vote as well.
the coaches all vote 3-2-1.
so I think its a pretty fair system.


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Anonymous
Last year
12:39 11 Sep 17

Reply #646414

re: WA SBL - September 2017

At one stage Nixy had 5 x American born players on the court at once, that has COYT written all over it!

No other coach in SBL history has come close to being able to replicate that!


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Anonymous
Last year
12:41 11 Sep 17

Reply #646415

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Lako is going to go back to back now due to this COY snub. Haters!


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Anonymous
Last year
12:43 11 Sep 17

Reply #646416

re: WA SBL - September 2017

5 Americans for 5th position on the standings


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Lukosius
Last year
14:13 11 Sep 17

Reply #646427

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Swan City Mustangs started five Americans for the entire 1990 and 1991 seasons. Won the '91 championship.

A number of clubs have had four Americans, particularly back in the early 90's when import/visa rules and regulations where subject to manipulation a little bit more than what they are now.


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Anonymous
Last year
17:32 11 Sep 17

Reply #646459

re: WA SBL - September 2017

can you let us know whos coaching your boys lukosius, I seen you sitting with one of your old coaches Friday night
whats the latest ? are you going to be able to keep your mvp? interesting times ahead lukosius.


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517
Last year
12:39 12 Sep 17

Reply #646552

re: WA SBL - September 2017

ANY RUMOURS ON WHO MIGHT BE APPLYING FOR THE VACANT WSBL COACHING JOBS AT COCKBURN AND PERTH.


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Anonymous
Last year
17:45 12 Sep 17

Reply #646581

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Word on da streets of belmont is timmy rendiluck is taking head coach position at redbacks womens team next season


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Old Mate
Last year
19:09 12 Sep 17

Reply #646583

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Jackson Mews will be in the mix.


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Ya Mums Ya Dad
Last year
19:09 12 Sep 17

Reply #646584

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Rumour has it Lako has NBL interest as an assistant


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Anonymous
Last year
22:24 12 Sep 17

Reply #646589

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Thwaites has a new role at Cockburn - rules him out for vacant East Perth position?

Or just temporary?


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Anonymous
Last year
22:35 12 Sep 17

Reply #646590

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Lako an assistant where?? this is just bait fishing for further criticism on the guy. Teams already in season mode, no one taking him on board. He (at best) maybe knows Bevo, but everyone does, and Hawks aren't taking him on.


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amulya kumar rout
Last year
23:14 12 Sep 17

Reply #646591

re: WA SBL - September 2017


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Anonymous
Last year
09:48 13 Sep 17

Reply #646600

re: WA SBL - September 2017

lucas carey


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Anonymous
Last year
11:53 13 Sep 17

Reply #646607

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Lako is keen on an NBL head coaching role.


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Trav
Last year
12:10 13 Sep 17

Reply #646610

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Rendulic could be good as coach for the women.


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Anonymous
Last year
12:12 13 Sep 17

Reply #646611

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Word on da streets of Belmont is it wont be anyone from the HOOD.


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Anonymous
Last year
14:21 13 Sep 17

Reply #646617

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Redbacks are dumb if they dont make Rendulic the head coach. He has shown he can coach at D League level and has been the assistant for two seasons now. Why not give them some continuity and promote him and build on the success he has had with the crop coming into the
side.


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Anonymous
Last year
16:30 13 Sep 17

Reply #646627

re: WA SBL - September 2017

In regards to Rendulic, it is extremely difficult to transition to a coaching role with a team while you may be coaching players you have played with.


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koberulz
Last year
17:04 13 Sep 17

Reply #646629

re: WA SBL - September 2017

I don't think Rendulic ever played for the women's team.


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Anonymous
Last year
17:17 13 Sep 17

Reply #646630

re: WA SBL - September 2017

lol wut #646627. He should get the WOMENS Redback team. No one cares about the one and done Mens team.


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Ballsup
Last year
13:34 14 Sep 17

Reply #646718

re: WA SBL - September 2017

So Clubs looking for WSBL coaches - Perth, Cockburn, East Perth (??) and Mandurah.
What has happened to Randy Meigel after such a great season?


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Anonymous
Last year
13:41 14 Sep 17

Reply #646719

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Notable free agent players

Chudier Pal back in town and rumoured to not be returning to rockingham.

Jackson Hussey has moved back to Perth

Others?


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Anonymous
Last year
13:45 14 Sep 17

Reply #646721

re: WA SBL - September 2017

maybe another matt parsons situation?,he has been there 4 years I believe.wouldnt be the first coach to call it quits after a gf loss.


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Ya Mums Ya Dad
Last year
16:27 14 Sep 17

Reply #646756

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Pal had a very average year in the SEABL. Some games struggled to get on the court. Only grabbed double figure rebounds in 6/24 games. He will likely still be highly sought over here, as a league that lacks legitimate bigs outside the ones you can count on one hand, he will likely dominate again.


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Anonymous
Last year
16:36 14 Sep 17

Reply #646759

re: WA SBL - September 2017

I do not know him and I don't think he is lazy. BUT his dominance in the SBL last year could attributed to the serious work he was putting in with the Wildcats to get into pristine shape. Maybe he wasn't doing that same work in the SEABL.


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Anonymous
Last year
17:37 14 Sep 17

Reply #646771

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Dont forget SEABL is a hell of a lot tougher then SBL!

Ofcourse his numbers wont be the same.

Imagine a team like Suns fronting up in the SEABL they be booted out after half time!


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Trav
Last year
13:54 18 Sep 17

Reply #647034

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Party Flava (Aaron Ford GM) has put together some team for Lakeside Thursday nights. Redhage, Armor, Scott, Wagner, Lewis Thomas, Mark Heron & Ryan De Glanville. Armor is currently averaging 33ppg.


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Anonymous
Last year
14:11 18 Sep 17

Reply #647035

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Wow does Redhage sleep?

NBL then straight to SBL plus financial planning full time job plus a side business of school basketball clinics and now a Fox commentary job now plus hammering ppl in a social league.


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Oldtimer
Last year
23:35 18 Sep 17

Reply #647088

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Just read that Nix has left the Slammers.... another team looking for a coach!


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Anonymous
Last year
09:53 19 Sep 17

Reply #647100

re: WA SBL - September 2017

That is quite disappointing. The constant turnover of coaches in two of the 4 regional teams is troubling.


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Anonymous
Last year
11:01 19 Sep 17

Reply #647105

re: WA SBL - September 2017

where did you read about Nix?


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HoopScoop
Last year
11:16 19 Sep 17

Reply #647107

re: WA SBL - September 2017

There is something on the Slammers Facebook page about it.


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Ya Mums Ya Dad
Last year
11:39 19 Sep 17

Reply #647110

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Suns re-sign Belger and Sign Kevin Davis.


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Anonymous
Last year
13:00 19 Sep 17

Reply #647117

re: WA SBL - September 2017

lol just what Kalamunda need. Davis is a talent but has issues. Hope they hold him accountable this season otherwise its money down the drain for a team that cant afford to flush it away.


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Anonymous
Last year
13:50 19 Sep 17

Reply #647131

re: WA SBL - September 2017

davis will suit their style with having a legit shot blocker at the back of their traps.
cant believe nix has left COTY - maybe was told can only have 2 yanks.
still nothing from lukiosis regarding whats happening out in the goldfields.


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Anonymous
Last year
13:57 19 Sep 17

Reply #647134

re: WA SBL - September 2017

As long as the Suns don't expect him to do clinics with kids then the signing will be fine... lol.


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Anonymous
Last year
15:38 19 Sep 17

Reply #647145

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Is nix going to pursue a coaching job in perth.
Onlt team looking for a coach are East Perth, and i hear they are out to keep a kiwi conection.
Does Nixy want to coach woman, Couple of jobs going there.


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Anonymous
Last year
16:24 19 Sep 17

Reply #647150

re: WA SBL - September 2017

East Perth have a coach, its just hasnt been announced yet


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Anonymous
Last year
17:00 19 Sep 17

Reply #647156

re: WA SBL - September 2017

EAST PERTH MEN OR WOMEN ?


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anon
Last year
10:06 20 Sep 17

Reply #647193

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Slammers are the most maybe the most dysfunctional organisation in the whole league from top to bottom the players don't stand a chance.


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Anonymous
Last year
10:21 20 Sep 17

Reply #647195

re: WA SBL - September 2017

'SBL Select' team lost the first game


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Anonymous
Last year
10:21 20 Sep 17

Reply #647196

re: WA SBL - September 2017

http://www.fibalivestats.com/u/MABA/695382/bs.html


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Anonymous
Last year
10:28 20 Sep 17

Reply #647197

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Slammers are going to lose at least 4 rotation players from last years team


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Anonymous
Last year
10:36 20 Sep 17

Reply #647198

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Does that leave them with any rotation players?


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Anonymous
Last year
11:14 20 Sep 17

Reply #647200

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Source?


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Anonymous
Last year
11:31 20 Sep 17

Reply #647201

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Select team are going to be up against it. Some of those teams run 3 imports and play together all year. Select team isnt that strong or deep.


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Anonymous
Last year
11:48 20 Sep 17

Reply #647208

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Losing to a Malaysian club is pathetic. SBL isn't that good then. Interesting to see SBL players tested vs. teams from outside the WA bubble. Pretty embarrassing, depressing but it is the reality.


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Anon
Last year
12:14 20 Sep 17

Reply #647209

re: WA SBL - September 2017

pathetic hey? That they're trying to showcase the SBL on an international stage
Give them a chance would you rather the league doesn't try anything to further the sport in WA


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Anonymous
Last year
12:27 20 Sep 17

Reply #647210

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Hahahaha maybe 1 or 2 left, can't comment on other clubs but if they aren't the worst run team in the comp, some team is in some real trouble


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Anonymous
Last year
13:22 20 Sep 17

Reply #647214

re: WA SBL - September 2017

It is not really even an 'All-Star' team though? Travis Hayto is a starter..


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Anonymous
Last year
13:26 20 Sep 17

Reply #647215

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Who said it was? It's SBL Select. Meaning whoever applied to go and wanted to pay for a holiday


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Anonymous
Last year
17:30 20 Sep 17

Reply #647240

re: WA SBL - September 2017

The original select team was pretty good, but work and other commitments from the players meant that they had to take a team which wasn't that strong. They got beaten by a pretty stacked side yesterday. They had their chances but when you only have 9 guys who are all 3-4 weeks removed from their end of season the tank is probably a little dry. Good effort really with what they have at their disposal.


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Oldtimer
Last year
21:17 20 Sep 17

Reply #647253

re: WA SBL - September 2017

In regards to the above comment
"The constant turnover of coaches in two of the 4 regional teams is troubling."

I wouldn't say troubling, it's an unfortunate part of our game, but it's something that's been ongoing since these clubs were formed.

You'd probably find that in 90% of the cases over recent years, the reason for departing is often work or family commitments, it's rarely performance based, or management issues.

Most don't realise how much extra these regional coaches have to accommodate for as part of their role.

There is the extra media commitments and scrutiny, with TV, radio, newspapers and online all being dominant in those regions, where most metro clubs are lucky if they get Community News involvement.

There is the extra community involvements that come as being the sole club in that region, plus the fact they have full time jobs that sometimes take them away for work.

Sometimes things like the above actually make it a bonus to be a part of, especially when they have on-court success that gets them into the playoffs and deep in the finals, but it often means that the longevity of these coaches isn't often what their metro counterparts enjoy.


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Anonymous
Last year
10:48 21 Sep 17

Reply #647277

re: WA SBL - September 2017

SBL select win 118 - 58 against Malaysia, no imports in that team


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Anonymous
Last year
12:46 21 Sep 17

Reply #647288

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Aha. So that club team they played first must have stacked itself with imports.


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Anonymous
Last year
13:41 21 Sep 17

Reply #647301

re: WA SBL - September 2017

The club team they played first had 3 american imports and a Cameroon national player. They were stacked lol


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Anonymous
Last year
14:40 21 Sep 17

Reply #647325

re: WA SBL - September 2017

LOL makes sense now, otherwise Malaysian basketball stinks.


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Anonymous
Last year
15:35 21 Sep 17

Reply #647338

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Most of the teams that they will play have multiple imports.


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Anonymous
Last year
21:35 21 Sep 17

Reply #647389

re: WA SBL - September 2017

The Chinese team that's playing the select side tonight has more Aussies than a Chinese.


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1
Last year
21:39 21 Sep 17

Reply #647390

re: WA SBL - September 2017

haha wtf


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Anonymous
Last year
23:40 21 Sep 17

Reply #647398

re: WA SBL - September 2017

The Chinese team tonight had 3 aussies in their starting lineup. They had 2 Chinese players on the team in total out of 9 lol


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Abcdefg
Last year
17:18 25 Sep 17

Reply #647549

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Anyway enough about the D team that went to Malaysia.
What other teams have signed imports for next season? Surely Kalamunda arent the only ones.


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Anonymous
Last year
21:32 25 Sep 17

Reply #647576

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Nope I think a. Bunch of teams are finalizing Aussies first. There will be a lot of changes I think. Heaps of guys and teams look to be moving or changing completely.


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Anonymous
Last year
14:41 26 Sep 17

Reply #647627

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Dwayne Benjamin to the Joondalup Wolves
Kevin Davis to the Kalamunda Eastern Suns
Jay Bowie and Ray Turner staying put in 2018 at Willetton Tigers


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Abcdefg
Last year
14:53 26 Sep 17

Reply #647633

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Wow how will Benjamin fit in with a share the ball culture of the Wolves? he shot 30 shots a freaking game at Gero


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my2cents
Last year
15:14 26 Sep 17

Reply #647636

re: WA SBL - September 2017

^^^ his stats were just less than 19 shots per game at 51%.


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Abcdefg
Last year
17:24 26 Sep 17

Reply #647648

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Haha yeah cheers for that mate, I was describing the fact that he shoots a bucket load. He shot the most shots in the L last year by far. 20 shots a game in a 40 min game is pretty nuts. Dont think he will be swinging the ball to their locals


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Anonymous
Last year
17:50 26 Sep 17

Reply #647651

re: WA SBL - September 2017

ADCDEFG: If you have an import on your team that leads the league in scoring and shoots above 50%, particularly as a guard (not a big) then you do not complain if that person shoots the ball. Even if he was shooting bad shots, which he didn't really.. shooting 50% on bad shots is pretty impressive.

He shot above average from the 3 pt line as well. Check his stats...he shot under 20 times from the field more often than over.

If he plays aggressive like that it will open things up for guys like Trian and Ironmonger a lot more.

You don't really make any sense..


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JR
Last year
20:48 26 Sep 17

Reply #647658

re: WA SBL - September 2017

So are the Wolves going with 2 imports next year?


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red74
Last year
20:55 26 Sep 17

Reply #647659

re: WA SBL - September 2017

where is hussey going? hawks? or is the chance to play with Vague, Ellis and Wroe to much to pass up?


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Anonymous
Last year
21:21 26 Sep 17

Reply #647660

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Why would he go to Stirling and play with Wroe? That makes no sense at all.
He would be better off somewhere where he could be the lead point guard. East Perth, Perth, Hawks and Lakeside would all be better situations


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red74
Last year
21:50 26 Sep 17

Reply #647662

re: WA SBL - September 2017

perth = wagner, east perth = mason bragg

would be a good fit at hawks. and he has just played games for matt parsons....


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Oldtimer
Last year
19:15 27 Sep 17

Reply #647814

re: WA SBL - September 2017

I would think with the Benjamin signing that Hussey would be heading back to the Wolfpack.


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Ayd
Last year
16:02 28 Sep 17

Reply #647943

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Can you imagine if they sign Hussey as well and lose another grand final?
God, I need to stop fantasising


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Trav
Last year
16:07 28 Sep 17

Reply #647944

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Just a little update on Party Flava, they have now added Liam Rush to the team. Redhage, Armour, Scott, Wagner, Heron, Rush.....


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Anonymous
Last year
18:08 28 Sep 17

Reply #647957

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Don't care. This is an SBL thread not social ball thread.


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Anonymous
Last year
18:16 28 Sep 17

Reply #647958

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Speaking of Liam Rush this made me laugh:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liam_Rush#Post_Basketball

Someone's been edditing their own Wiki entry... LOL!

Maybe there will be a paragraph about Party Flava soon.


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Ayd
Last year
10:21 29 Sep 17

Reply #648001

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Holy shit that Rush wiki is the funniest shit ever haha good find. It's almost satirical hahahah


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Anonymous
Last year
12:52 29 Sep 17

Reply #648023

re: WA SBL - September 2017

I dont get why its funny?


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Trav
Last year
12:56 29 Sep 17

Reply #648024

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Most of the players in the league are of the SBL so it is kind of relevant.


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Anonymous
Last year
13:16 29 Sep 17

Reply #648028

re: WA SBL - September 2017

I dont get why its funny?

His wiki lists his Cert4s from TAFE. LOL!

Looks like someone has edited the wiki to delete it now. Here is the original: https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Liam_Rush&oldid=795868355#Post_Basketball


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Anonymous
Last year
13:18 29 Sep 17

Reply #648029

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Holy shit that Rush wiki is the funniest shit ever haha good find. It's almost satirical hahahah

I know. How good is it? Wahahahaha #cert4 #TAFE


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Anonymous
Last year
20:26 1 Oct 17

Reply #648227

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Any rumours about player movement for next season. Last year by now there was heaps at this stage


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anon
Last year
11:08 2 Oct 17

Reply #648251

re: WA SBL - September 2017

nothing wait till end of October early November


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Anon
Last year
15:17 2 Oct 17

Reply #648312

re: WA SBL - September 2017

To early to know that stuff now. Another month or so at least


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Anonymous
Last year
21:20 4 Oct 17

Reply #648586

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Perry Lakes Hawks feat Jackson Hussey and Chudier Pal playing against Wildcats DP's at Perth Arena tonight as a dress rehearsal for first NBL game


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Anonymous
Last year
21:37 4 Oct 17

Reply #648588

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Interesting. Rare for that to happen due to rental cost.


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Anonymous
Last year
23:47 4 Oct 17

Reply #648597

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Not at all, happens every year as dress rehearsal before the opening game. They run the full show, cheerleaders, marching band etc. Few seasons back the Redbacks played a scrimmage match against themselves, Wagner posted the photo on his Facebook if I recall.

Wildcats DP squad won by 10. Pal top scored and Hussey really struggled.


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koberulz
Last year
00:08 5 Oct 17

Reply #648598

re: WA SBL - September 2017

October thread is here.


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Anonymous
Last year
00:21 5 Oct 17

Reply #648599

re: WA SBL - September 2017

Closed door I imagine?


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Anonymous
Last year
10:15 5 Oct 17

Reply #648622

re: WA SBL - September 2017

I would think that chaudier pal may end up back at rockingham flames. the magic would be in the mix as well as there are a few connections down there for pal.


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