SEABL, while I do love watching it, appears to be a mixed bag of a competition. It offers a handful of imports some financial incentives to play. It offers players a stepping stone to bigger and better leagues if you can pay well and get good minutes. It offers development at a reasonably high level. It offers Associations that semi-pro level of basketball without the expense of the NBL. Yet, it also offers little reward financially for many of those players loyal enough to stay at their local area and play with their home Associations.
SEABL isn't about salaries, maybe it will change and maybe some players get a little bonus from it, but for the majority, they will still need a real job as they say.
So, the question may be, what should SEABL actually be about?
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