Last year

Betting: NBL Semi Finals


Melbourne United 2.25 & +3 @ 1.90

United have been and proven to have been the better team for some time now. Breakers on just the one day travel break only adds to an already less than ideal series lead-in. I fancy a well focused United to finish the job in straight sets.

Topic #42829 | Report this topic

Last year

Fair call, but aren't both teams on the one day travel break? Henare I rate as the more astute coach who can make the necessary adjustments to reduce Ware's impact.

Reply #675712 | Report this post

Last year

I believe the Tall Blacks traveled straight from Asia to Melbourne, while no United player needed to leave town, nor suited up at all. I like Henare as a coach, just that they really aren't going well enough IMO. I was prepared to take odds-on about United.

Reply #675718 | Report this post

Last year

Smith Milner played for both NZ and Melbourne, though was very average.

Reply #675747 | Report this post

Last year

Yes, technically true about Smith-Milner and true too that most of Breakers starters are rested.

Reply #675762 | Report this post


Reply to this topic

Random name suggestion for anonymous posters: Red 16

Rules:You must read the Terms of Use. No spam, no offensive material, no sniping at other clubs, no 'who cares?'-type comments, no naming or bashing under 18 players. Learn how to embed YouTube videos or tweets

Please proof-read your post before submitting as you will not be able to edit it afterwards.

Close ads
Westside Basketball Association - Custom basketball uniforms
PickStar - The best place to book sports stars

Advertise on Hoops to a very focused, local and sports-keen audience. Email for rates and options.

Recent Posts

Invoicing clients? Stay productive with Punch, the insightful time tracker that earns you more.

Special offer: $30/month Pay $100 for lifetime access. Sign up now!


An Australian basketball forum covering NBL, WNBL, ABL, Juniors plus NBA, WNBA, NZ, Europe, etc | Forum time is: 3:06 am, Mon 17 Jun 2019 | Posts: 774,263 | Last 7 days: 623