Lukosius
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WA SBL - December 2017

New December thread....

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Lukosius
Last year
20:10 4 Dec 17

Reply #660292

re: WA SBL - December 2017

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Anonymous
Last year
21:14 4 Dec 17

Reply #660308

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Will Tre Nichols be any good in SEABL or is he just a SBL star?


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Clint
Last year
23:51 4 Dec 17

Reply #660331

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Corban Wroe back to the Townsville Heat in the QBL.


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Clint
Last year
23:53 4 Dec 17

Reply #660332

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Senators starting 5....

C - Litterick
F - Vague
F - Ellis
G - Coburn
PG - Import

... with another import spot open due to Ellis being unrestricted.


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Anonymous
Last year
09:30 5 Dec 17

Reply #660342

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Caleb Davis to Stirling Senators.


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Anonymous
Last year
09:57 5 Dec 17

Reply #660344

re: WA SBL - December 2017

tre Nichols will be a star in seabl as well. outstanding player .
is the restricted-non restricted list of players out already? (ellis ) what is the cut off for minutes.
what was it last year for NBL AND WNBL? does anyone know.


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Anonymous
Last year
10:35 5 Dec 17

Reply #660348

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Lachlan Cummings to the Hawkpack


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Anonymous
Last year
11:25 5 Dec 17

Reply #660352

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Tre wasnt even the best player on his team at Slammers.


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Lukosius
Last year
11:35 5 Dec 17

Reply #660353

re: WA SBL - December 2017

You won't see the Restricted Player list until January as it is based on NBL stats as of the 31st December.

Cody Ellis has played 50 minutes over 12 games (4.2mins per game), so unless he plays starters minutes for the rest of the season, I can't see him finishing above the restricted player limit of 10 mins per game.


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Anonymous
Last year
12:24 5 Dec 17

Reply #660358

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Has Vague signed? He was mentioned as a target for the Hobart SEABL team in their media.

Going to need to break out the sponsors dollars if they are paying 2x import, Vague and Ellis. Even Coburn and Litterick could probably start to think about getting some $ to move.


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Anonymous
Last year
12:29 5 Dec 17

Reply #660359

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Caleb Davis had already been linked to Hobart before signing with Stirling. Anyone have any idea what to expect from him?


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Anonymous
Last year
13:22 5 Dec 17

Reply #660360

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Expect he will be Littericks backup


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Anonymous
Last year
22:14 5 Dec 17

Reply #660407

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Wow from nbl player to sbl backup. Yikes.


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Anonymous
Last year
09:58 6 Dec 17

Reply #660428

re: WA SBL - December 2017

tom garleep back to the hawks?


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Anonymous
Last year
12:03 6 Dec 17

Reply #660442

re: WA SBL - December 2017

the restricted /non restricted ruling will have a bigger impact on the womens competition this year in wa.
with really only cody ellis , maybe we might see hire and a few other wildcats bench play SBL ? I cant see the ruling affecting the mens comp
the women however is different with kunek,burton probably being restricted but then there are a number of other girls on the fringe minutes wise . not sure about Edmondson, ash grant, Thompson, boag and im sure ive missed others. perhaps others coming from the east . this potentially could change a few teams if they become restricted/non restricted


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Anonymous
Last year
18:13 6 Dec 17

Reply #660458

re: WA SBL - December 2017

we want the real stuff, where our weekly lakeside A grade men finals report?


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Anonymous
Last year
18:54 6 Dec 17

Reply #660461

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Two close games last night see Most Legends and Party Flava through to the big dance.


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PETA
Last year
11:16 7 Dec 17

Reply #660510

re: WA SBL - December 2017

HUGE FINAL TONIGHT AT THE GOD-DOME!

Party Flava

Shawn Redhage
Matt Nielsen
Kyle Armour
Damien Scott
Mark Heron
Joel Wagner


Most Legends

Ben purser
Ryan Smyth
Josh Garlepp
Fletcher Creelman
Cooper Hamilton
Mitch Clarke




One side has two former Boomers and a stack of SBL talent the other is basically a Hawks team minus imports.


Both semi finals were closer than expected and were firey affairs. Coogee put up a great fight while Ramjets blew a 15 point lead to eventually be outclassed by ML.

Prediction: Word on the street is some players have prior commitments and have asked it to be pushed later.
Will this effect the outcome?

PF by 1 on the buzzer


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Anonomous
Last year
01:07 8 Dec 17

Reply #660590

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Who won? And by how much?


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Anonymous
Last year
10:37 8 Dec 17

Reply #660611

re: WA SBL - December 2017

PartyFlava with Redhage choked


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PETA
Last year
10:55 8 Dec 17

Reply #660615

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Hard fought game by both teams.

ML winning by 4 points at the end.

The biggest surprise out of the game is 17 year old Mitch Clarke.

The point guard is currently in the final 15 for WA state try outs and looked more than capable defending senior guards in Scott and Armour.


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Anonymous
Last year
11:55 8 Dec 17

Reply #660622

re: WA SBL - December 2017

lakeside mens final

http://websites.sportstg.com/round_info.cgi?a=MATCH&fixture=555595313&c=1-72-0-462630-0&pool=1001


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Anonymous
Last year
12:54 8 Dec 17

Reply #660629

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Props to Most Legends.

A champion team will always beat a team of champions.

BET365 would have been paying $10's for that upset.
Well done!


Good to see someone break up the Coogee/Flava dominance.


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Peto
Last year
16:26 8 Dec 17

Reply #660650

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Flava go undefeated then lost the final. Tragic. I lived with my Mum until I was 40.


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anonymous
Last year
16:38 8 Dec 17

Reply #660651

re: WA SBL - December 2017

That's 2x in a row. Greatest grand final chokers of all time


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Anonymous
Last year
15:05 9 Dec 17

Reply #660785

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Cougars looking at Carter Cook to return to the SBL, according to League sources. just sauce. no ketchup.


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Anonymous
Last year
15:07 9 Dec 17

Reply #660787

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Parsons doing a bit of recruiting. Hawks signed Cummings and DT, and retain BC as an import Centre:

PG - DT
SG - Cummings
SF - Purser
PF - Monroe
C - Carlwell

Smith, O'Sullivan, Clarke and Hayto off the bench. Possible Adekponya


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Anonymous
Last year
15:25 9 Dec 17

Reply #660789

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Slammers still with no coach and about 2-3 players


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Anonymous
Last year
00:13 10 Dec 17

Reply #660910

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Josh Garlepp Is playing for Hawks as well. If BC can get his citizenship sorted there could potentially be another import as well.


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Anonymous
Last year
00:15 10 Dec 17

Reply #660911

re: WA SBL - December 2017

didn't O’Sullivan move East? Pretty sure he’s not playing SBL anymore


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Anonymous
Last year
00:44 10 Dec 17

Reply #660913

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Smith is better than Cummings he should start.


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anonymous
Last year
14:21 10 Dec 17

Reply #660986

re: WA SBL - December 2017

No doubt. Smith is so underrated.


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Phil Jackson's Ring
Last year
21:39 10 Dec 17

Reply #661106

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Breaking News!

Coach Clarke (Kalamunda MSBL Head Coach) steers Under 15 Division 2 Men to State Championship title by playing 2-3 zone defense for the ENTIRE tournament - going undefeated!

With such an emphatic result will Coach Clarke now consider using the same strategy to win the 2018 SBL Championship?


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Anonymous
Last year
00:39 11 Dec 17

Reply #661114

re: WA SBL - December 2017

That's sure to really develop the kids up there 'Here, sit in this zone. You will learn nothing but they won't know how to beat us yet so I will look like a genius' "evil laugh"


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Anonymous
Last year
08:22 11 Dec 17

Reply #661128

re: WA SBL - December 2017

You would be amazed the number of coaches who use zome as their 'primary offence' at WABL level.

SBL coaches should know better, especially at that age,


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Phil Jackson's Ring
Last year
10:25 11 Dec 17

Reply #661141

re: WA SBL - December 2017

He actually ran it for the entire game against a half strength Under 14 Southern Cross Challenge Team. Those boys would have NEVER seen a zone.


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Anonymous
Last year
13:01 11 Dec 17

Reply #661181

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Smith and Cummings are both very good ballers and I am sure will rotate through starting spots with DT in a three way rotation between them all. Parsons will change line ups based upon who he's playing against. Carlwell could not start some games based on match ups.

Adekponya will end up where ever pays the most money plain and simple and I doubt Perry Lakes have those funds.

Carter Cook has a Geraldton girlfriend and he's an American. Still classed as import.


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Anonymous
Last year
14:02 11 Dec 17

Reply #661199

re: WA SBL - December 2017

PL also have the young guard, he will need minutes!


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Anonymous
Last year
15:25 11 Dec 17

Reply #661217

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Mitch Clarke will get minutes as well. Having 4 guards that can all rotate is a very positive sign especially if injuries occur.


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Anonymous
Last year
15:27 11 Dec 17

Reply #661219

re: WA SBL - December 2017

People are bagging out Zone defence. If you can run a good zone, its actually harder than playing man to man. Syracuse which is known as one of the top schools in America live by the zone. Its all about personnel.


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Anonymous
Last year
15:38 11 Dec 17

Reply #661220

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Doesn't mean it's the best choice for development at U15 Div 2.


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Anonymous
Last year
15:48 11 Dec 17

Reply #661222

re: WA SBL - December 2017

East Perth won a premiership playing Zone


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Anonomous
Last year
17:12 11 Dec 17

Reply #661233

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Kids have to learn to play it somewhere. Six games in two days is a pretty good situation to teach, especially if you have your best team in second div.


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Anonymous
Last year
17:58 11 Dec 17

Reply #661238

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Half the kids playing in that division would have come straight from 14s. If you ask me it's a chump move from a chump coach. Develop your players or go try that crap in 17s or 19s and see how that works for you. Also, why does BWA continue to have the odd age groups for state champs? Can we either make wabl the same ages or once and for all change the state champs divisions to align with WABL


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Anonomous
Last year
19:34 11 Dec 17

Reply #661248

re: WA SBL - December 2017

I coached a bunch of kids from last winter U/14s and they all knew all about zone defenses. Maybe opposition coaches could have worked out a way for their team to combat a zone. If you watch U/14s in WABL you will know zone is played a fair bit. They won't call it that but it is what it is.
If you can't understand why the age groups are different to WABL, send BWA an email and I'm sure they will have you quickly informed so you will, along with 20000 other people, understand the concept.


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Anonymous
Last year
20:33 11 Dec 17

Reply #661285

re: WA SBL - December 2017

whilst i realise this was originally a sledge at ES sbl coach, lets keep wabl chat to another thread and kes this for sbl


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Anonymous
Last year
21:29 11 Dec 17

Reply #661315

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Clarke will start over DT for Hawks. Hes going to be up for MIP next season.


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Phil Jackson's Ring
Last year
23:25 11 Dec 17

Reply #661343

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Sorry...


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Anonymous
Last year
10:57 12 Dec 17

Reply #661387

re: WA SBL - December 2017

apology accepted


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Anonymous
Last year
14:09 12 Dec 17

Reply #661414

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Hawks will need punches off the bench. Thomas isn't the same player as he was in his Buccs days, looks to distribute a lot more, so i think you will see Thomas start and control the game and then Clarke come on and provide uptempo spark when scorers come off.

In other news SBL RedBacks might not be getting Redhage back. Money has been thrown big at him from some clubs.


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Anonymous
Last year
14:55 12 Dec 17

Reply #661420

re: WA SBL - December 2017

What other clubs


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Anonymous
Last year
15:25 12 Dec 17

Reply #661429

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Suns


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Anonymous
Last year
18:33 12 Dec 17

Reply #661460

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Lol if he goes to suns that would be hilarious


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lel
Last year
20:58 12 Dec 17

Reply #661487

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Louis Timms spotted down at Hawks training in civies


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Red74
Last year
21:41 12 Dec 17

Reply #661490

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Suns wouldnt have the $ to get redhage.


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Anonymous
Last year
00:54 13 Dec 17

Reply #661504

re: WA SBL - December 2017

sure they do I hear its $25 a game for all at Suns


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Anonymous
Last year
11:08 13 Dec 17

Reply #661534

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Timms also in talks with Lakeside again


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Peto
Last year
13:20 13 Dec 17

Reply #661547

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Timms will be in a Lakeside uniform and look for him to be a 20/10 guy.


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Anonymous
Last year
18:32 13 Dec 17

Reply #661588

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Suns with Belger and Davis are going to be improved, no matter who the aussies are. Much better balance with two of the better imports in the league.


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Anonymous
Last year
18:43 13 Dec 17

Reply #661589

re: WA SBL - December 2017

I would like to see Bucc's win a title.

They almost always get 2 x legit imports.
Over last 10yrs their recruiting would be near flawless.

So Im confident they can tick that box.

The fringe NBL guy they almost nail every time (apart from 2017).

Now what I want to see Bucc's do is get a couple good role players from the city.
Easier said then done I know, but they dont need to be stars.
Just solid hard working guys, who give u that depth.

I will put a list together tomorrow of players that can help them.









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Anonymous
Last year
18:58 13 Dec 17

Reply #661590

re: WA SBL - December 2017

^^^ how very kind of you, cant wait until tomorrow!


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Anonymous
Last year
19:02 13 Dec 17

Reply #661591

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Thank you.
Who is your team?
Ill also try help them ;-)


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Oldtimer
Last year
20:44 14 Dec 17

Reply #661684

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Word out of the Goldfields is they've got a SBL D1 Womens team next season and their coach announcement isn't far off either.


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Anonymous
Last year
21:10 14 Dec 17

Reply #661697

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Voelkel announced back at slammers today


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Anonymous
Last year
22:17 14 Dec 17

Reply #661713

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Where? Not on facebook page


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Anonymous
Last year
23:09 14 Dec 17

Reply #661719

re: WA SBL - December 2017

If it has been announced, where? Source? That is a massive signing because Slammers are looking crap right now


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Anonymous
Last year
10:44 15 Dec 17

Reply #661745

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Old timber can you clarify? Will Giants have a SBL AND D1 womens team? Or just D1?


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Anonymous
Last year
10:57 15 Dec 17

Reply #661747

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Voelkel signing announced back page of local paper with quotes from Catalano


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Anonymous
Last year
11:01 15 Dec 17

Reply #661749

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Voelkel coming back helps, but he's best when in a team of talent that he can create for. If the guys he is getting open looks for are average then he won't be as dominant.


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Little H
Last year
11:22 15 Dec 17

Reply #661754

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Just a Div 1 womens team, Not enough talent for a WSBL team but a great building block for the future.


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Anonymous
Last year
12:19 15 Dec 17

Reply #661768

re: WA SBL - December 2017

It is awesome to see Giants committing to running a womens D1. Great sign


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Anonymous
Last year
13:38 15 Dec 17

Reply #661772

re: WA SBL - December 2017

South Western Times I assume?


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Rubbers
Last year
19:28 15 Dec 17

Reply #661838

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Word out of Gero is that former Buccs coach Scott Rubery is the new Giants coach. Anyone confirm?


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Anonymous
Last year
14:39 17 Dec 17

Reply #662015

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Huge for SBL D1 Women out of Kalgoorlie. Theyve done a lot for junior basketball in the last two years, with D1 Men and then D1 Women, an effort that can be best described as mammoth. Kalgoorlie isn't the booming town it used to be but they’ve developed some solid basketballers. As I understand a number of metro clubs aren’t happy with the addition, extra $$s. yet Goldfields travel to Perth 6 times a year...


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Special Delivery Jones
Last year
16:38 17 Dec 17

Reply #662053

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Voelkel signing is huge, his all round numbers last season were amazing.

It will be interesting to see how well he handles playing for the worst/ losingest coach in the recent history of the SBL. With a less than 2% win ratio look for that whole program to slide backwards very quickly.


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Little H
Last year
11:35 18 Dec 17

Reply #662114

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Rubery confirmed as Giants head coach for next year
As for the Perth teams complaining about he Div 1, that's an extra 1k per year they have to find.
Try doing it 3 or 4 times a year for the Goldfields Team, considering one of them is to Gero as well.


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Anonymous
Last year
12:27 18 Dec 17

Reply #662120

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Catalano quotes in the SW Times indicate they are narrowing in on a coach, the way he was talking it would be surprising if it was himself


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Special Delivery Jones
Last year
15:58 18 Dec 17

Reply #662137

re: WA SBL - December 2017

I stand corrected I thought Catalano was the coach.. well good for them. I could get my dog to sit next to the bench, he would be more chop than Catalano as a coach.


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JR
Last year
19:11 18 Dec 17

Reply #662158

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Greetings plebs...


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Oldtimer
Last year
15:43 22 Dec 17

Reply #662544

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Giants announced their second import today, Jeylyn Sharpe, 6'4 swingman.

Story about him on their Facebook.

Been a busy couple of weeks for them.


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JR
Last year
20:00 22 Dec 17

Reply #662592

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Undersized forward by the looks of it. But his highlight video is impressive.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2pONG9qlYT4

NCAA Div2 Conference Player of the Year is no small feat either.


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Anonymous
Last year
23:07 22 Dec 17

Reply #662669

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Slammers just announced Carl Catalano as head coach


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Oldtimer
Last year
23:45 22 Dec 17

Reply #662674

re: WA SBL - December 2017

You'd think Sharpe would play as a 2/3 over here, especially since they already have 2 starting bigs.
Averaging 7 rebounds a game at 6'4 is pretty good also.


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Anonymous
Last year
21:29 23 Dec 17

Reply #662870

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Who are the Goldfields bigs?


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JR
Last year
01:23 24 Dec 17

Reply #662893

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Kyle Sovine and Jake Martin.


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Sid
Last year
11:25 28 Dec 17

Reply #663295

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Timms announced at Suns. Big team with him and Davis.


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Anonymous
Last year
12:19 28 Dec 17

Reply #663296

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Have most teams locked in their imports now?


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Anonymous
Last year
20:09 28 Dec 17

Reply #663342

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Hearing the Slammers have signed a 6'6 guard/forward fresh from College. No idea what division/team but have a guy lined up. Anyone have any idea about him?


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Anonymous
Last year
23:19 29 Dec 17

Reply #663487

re: WA SBL - December 2017

No it's not Voelkel someone else


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Anonymous
Last year
12:45 30 Dec 17

Reply #663512

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Billups back at Cockburn


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Anonymous
Last year
15:55 31 Dec 17

Reply #663676

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Cougars - Billups + ? (Known to ride with 1 import only)
Eagles - ? + ?
Flames - ? + ?
Magic - ? + ?
Lightning - ? + ?
Eastern Suns - Davis + Belger
Redbacks - ? + ?
Hawks - Monroe + Carlwell
Tigers - Bowie + ?
Senators - ? + ?
Wolves - Benjamin + ?
Slammers - Voelkel + ?
Buccs - Barrow + ?
Giants - Sharpe + Sovine

Heard rumours of Land returning. Anyone I'm missing?


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JR
Last month
03:23 1 Jan 18

Reply #663746

re: WA SBL - December 2017

Flames have Donovan Jack returning.


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Lukosius
Last month
17:22 1 Jan 18

Reply #663780

re: WA SBL - December 2017

New January thread...

http://www.hoops.com.au/forum/42438-wa-sbl-january-2018


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