Questionable move IMHO.
Lemanis clearly has a problem distinguishing between the Bullets, and his personal B-Boomers development squad.
Sure its great that because of this ambitious players want to come and play for Andre, but after years of trying he has yet to assemble a balanced squad.
He scraped into the finals (after two spoons) only by changing his imports like players change undies.
Unfortunately I honestly have to question whether he actually knows how to build an NBL team?
He can coach, no question. And he is reasonably adept at pulling together all-star teams like the Boomers (at both levels).
But he seems to know sod-all about building unity and culture. (ie the very thing needed to win NBL championships.)
People point to his impressive record in NZ. As I said, he's a good coach, but the culture, unity, and much of the squad was already in place there.
Being a de facto National team, the Breakers have by default the strongest culture and unity in the league.
He clearly value the strong persona loyalty he gets from Vukona, but at the same time doesn't seem to understand the importance of building that within a squad.