Lovebroker
Earlier this year

Brendan Teys 200th Game.

Nice little (actually quite long) article by the NBL on Teys' 200th.

http://nbl.com.au/news/article/teys-wright-bond-strong-to-200-and-beyond

Congratulations to Brendan and it's great to see his fantastic relationship with Wright and how Wright appreciates his energy on and of the court.

I encourage those who discount Teys as a NBL player to read this.

Before the trolling and vitriol comes out, no one is suggesting he is a superstar.

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Manu Fieldel  
Earlier this year

What I loved was that he guarded James Ennis in the Grand Final series a few years ago. The unathletic undersized white kid from Reading Cinemas in Townsville against the NBA draft pick monster who was the king of the league. Best NBL individual matchup story of the last decade imo. Did a decent job on him too, from memory.

Much respect for Teys. One thing tho, he should have shot a better clip from deep over the course of his career.

Not the best looking bloke I've ever seen either

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Lovebroker  
Earlier this year

What I loved was that he guarded James Ennis in the Grand Final series a few years ago.
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Creek was the person who was matched up on Ennis most.

The unathletic undersized white kid


What has white got to do with it?

Best NBL individual matchup story of the last decade imo.


Again...Creek was the person who was matched up on Ennis most.

Not the best looking bloke I've ever seen either


It's good to know men's looks are important to you in basketball.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Teys reeks

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Manu Fieldel  
Earlier this year

Haha still a wanker I see, loveboker

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Jebron Lames  
Earlier this year

Lovebroker = Teys ?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Wow so unremarkable!

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Manu Fieldel  
Earlier this year

Nah for real, lovebroker, you must be blinded by hate because you're wrong about who guarded Ennis most during the series. It was Gibson.

I remember Teys guarded Ennis coming out of half-time in one of the games and it was a joy to watch.

Know what you're talking about and don't be such a rooster.

Teys is a legit defensive, glue guy, and there is value enough in that to be employed

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Thankfully Fieldel you're just an internet troll ( chubby and short I presume)
We will never know if you look better or worse than Teys.

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Manu Fieldel  
Earlier this year

Care to respond, love?

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Jack Toft  
Earlier this year

I wonder if that is why Joey started him?


Bit like U12 "it's Brendan's birthday today team, so he'll be taking the jump ball"

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Wait, Manu is saying that the highlight of Teys' career for him is that he once guarded Ennis? Um, wow!

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koberulz  
Earlier this year

Was it Teys that took the charge in the grand final game in Adelaide that led to Ennis breaking a chair, or am I misremembering that?

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Manu Fieldel  
Earlier this year

You're referring to the famous fastbreak charge? Ennis had a full head of steam and it was none other than B Teys who put his life on the line? Yes indeed it was

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Townsville? Teys is from Brisbane.

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Manu Fieldel  
Earlier this year

Yeah he worked at a cinema in Townsville while he was with the Crocs

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Lovebroker  
Earlier this year

Nah for real, lovebroker, you must be blinded by hate because you're wrong about who guarded Ennis most during the series. It was Gibson.


Who am I hating on exactly?

So first it was Teys, and now it's Gibbo.

Wow.

I remember Teys guarded Ennis coming out of half-time in one of the games and it was a joy to watch.


So Teys guarded Ennis coming out of half time is considered "Best NBL individual matchup story of the last decade"?

Are you thick?

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Manu Fieldel  
Earlier this year

As an individual match-up story (narrative, as in something you would write an article on), yes it is the best one over the past decade imo. If you can think of a better matchup story, please give me your thoughts and we can create discussion. On the guarding of Ennis, you are the one going extra with things like who guarded him 'most' and pushing the idea that I changed my mind by first saying Teys was primary matchup and then saying Gibson. I encourage you to read again.

I posted here on your thread, first comment, to show you that I've moved on after you said in another thread that I should kill myself by carbon monoxide poisoning.

I'm not instigating anything, all our discord starts with you mate. So if you don't have a problem with me then vice versa. Do we have a truce? It is the desirable outcome

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Not thick. But definitely thicc.

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Lovebroker  
Earlier this year

I posted here on your thread, first comment, to show you that I've moved on after you said in another thread that I should kill myself by carbon monoxide poisoning.


I never said you 'should do' anything.

Can't believe you are still hung up on that.

Grow the F up.

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Manu Fieldel  
Earlier this year

Do we have a truce, lovebroker? You don't snipe at me and I don't snipe at you.

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Lovebroker  
Earlier this year

You understand that I'm not that bad?


OK...but then....

I want the Sixers to lose in a bloodbath. Mundine attends Hawks games doesn't he? Maybe he'll get knocked out again


A bit of a cockhead, larrikin, wanker. However I do know my stuff.


An example of you 'knowing your stuff' includes describing the brief moments that Teys played on James Ennis as....

Best NBL individual matchup story of the last decade imo (This

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Lovebroker  
Earlier this year

Ooops sorry...posted the above in the wrong thread.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Let it go Lovebroker. Fieldel will troll as long as you bite.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

worst pro athlete I've ever seen

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Says the bloke who probably stinks up a social league.

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Anon  
Earlier this year

More like said by a wannabe ref who stinks up social league.tays done very well to get 200 games. Example of perseverance and honest input from guy clearly limited skill set but who just gets job done. No frills credit to him.

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Manu Fieldel  
Earlier this year

Yeah credit to the man. Honest toiler

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