I'd love to have NBL on TV during a weeknight.
With that said, going to a game on Mon-Wed night isn't ideal, that would equate to low crowds and it would look empty and amateur on TV.
If you're a Perth fan, and it's a Sunday and you want to wake up a bit late, still have things to do, then have to travel to Perth, it's not ideal having a midday game. Essentially you have to have your shit together on a Sunday morning.
If you want lunch, before 12 is a bit early, after 2 is a bit late, eating at the game probably isn't ideal. Probably needs to be a brunch type situation.
When you consider these things, and you understand you are in a competitive market saying "tough luck" or "get over it" isn't a good business model. The NBL aren't the AFL, they don't have the breathing room to do what they want and crowds will come anyway.
Next year, optimally we see an increase in Saturday night games, and Perth afternoon games are pushed back an hour. You'd imagine on Go it's less of an issue than on Nine's main channel.