Lukosius
Earlier this month

WA SBL - May 2019

New May thread...

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Lukosius  
Earlier this month

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

I ask the question is the MSBL 2019 one of the weakest seasons we have seen in quite a while. also other than stewart and braun is this the weakest crop of imports we have seen in quite a while .
after viewing a number of games this season I believe so !! thoughts.

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JR  
Earlier this month

I agree the standard of play has dropped considerably compared to past era's.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

It does seem weaker in some levels but i dont know if its as bad as one might think?

you still have guys like Greg Hire and Clint Steindl in the league from the Wildcats
Marshall Nelson and Caleb Davis have returned from NBL rosters to play SBL and are killing it. Cody Ellis being an ex D1 college player and NBL player also playing.
Ernest Ross is an ex NBL guy who could proabably still play at that level. he is a great player in our league
Pesava has just returned from Germany and will be a tough player in our league
Someone mentioned in the April thread Louis Timms is putting up import level numbers
Gavin Field is still as tough as they come, just doesnt have anyone around him

There are some high level imports outside of Braun and Stewart. Caleb White and Josh Richart are both high quality and come from good D1 programs. Lasher, Wall, Livingston are all pretty solid. Jay Bowie at full health is a really solid import.

You still have guys like Purser doing their thing and playing at a high level.

Where i think we are down is losing players like Brian Michaels, Loch Cummings, Rhys Vague, Daniel Grida, Sunday Dech to these other leagues like NBL1 or NZNBL

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

Yeah true.. but you go back just 7-8 years to the 2011 and then 2012 season, you had actually NBL players going at it. Luke Neville kakamunda battled Tom Jervis, but Jervis also shares minutes with Paul Rogers and Sam Harris. Peter Crawford played for Hawks. Cam tovey at willo. Justin Brown and Jesse Wagstaff at Redbacks. Steven Weigh player for east Perth. I mean it was such a better league on all fronts.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

^ re the above - I think you are generalising a bit here.

For starters, all those players were not in the league during the same season and almost all were not playing SBL when they were anywhere close to the peak of their careers.

When Jervis was in the SBL he was either (a) not on an NBL roster or (b) playing limited bench minutes.He wasn't the player he became after breaking into the NBL.

Neville never played full seasons and Rogers was at the tail end of his career. Harris was an average NBL player and didn't have much impact in the SBL.

Tovey, Weigh, Brown, Wagstaff and PC were probably closest to their best when in the SBL but generally these guys took the spot of a second import. Most of the top teams now have 2 x imports plus third NBL/fringe nbl talent.

These things go in cycles and often depend on quality of imports. I agree that this year the NZBL has drained the league of some good young talent.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

i think the league was far better when jake burston was playing for willo

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

The above is not a generalization at all. If you need to downplay that those players are at the "end of their career" then where are the guys now at the end of their career? Cody Ellis? No one plays here. And then to add to it the young players go play east coast. Why? Because of the exposure. There is no exposure for players playing the SBL hence why no one comes here to play. No live stream. No NBL1 tv show. Nothing.

The true test will be Marshall Nelson. Kid is killing it right now in the SBL and has just come off a year as a contract player in the NBL. Coming here was a risk. Will he sign with a club next season? Or end up as another Cody Ellis?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

Definately one of the worst standards the SBL has seen. I think one of the poorest marketed too.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

Radio show is amateur, no video content, step forward with graphic after clubs took the lead, but it's been like 3 years of that.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

SBL has no purpose.

Same thing every year. All for a Metal Cup.

Glorified domestic competition with no real pathway.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

By that logic, every sport has no purpose - all for a metal cup.

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Ben  
Earlier this month

Poorest marketed? Queensland wins that easily :(

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JR  
Earlier this month

Ok.. let's pose another question- during what era did you believe the SBL was at its strongest?
It will be interesting to see what people think on this one. I have my opinion but I’ll leave it open for now

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

At least you can tune in to QBL on Youtube. Can't say that for the WASBL.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

the S.B.L was at its strongest during the early to mid 90"s .

roland brooks,james Jackson,mark mccarthry,ken Epperson,vince Kelly ,james fitch,joe regneir,steve eyle,nick morken,stacey Williams,snoopy graham ,jerry Everett,donald whiteside ,doc earl,c-j Jackson,steve Williams,al Erickson,kelly Houston,carl condor,peter stewart,pete Hansen,brian fungisland,dan hunt,and many many more whos names escape me.

luc Longley,andrew vlahov,martin cattalini,cj bruton,james Harvey,ben pepper all Australian reps - probably missed a couple as well

I haven't even named the aussie boys . Clarke,brown, etc

its a no brainer - lot more competitive , lot more physical .lot more skilful, lot smarter
however I will say this this they weren't as atheletic as they are know .

there you go JR.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

i thought 2010 was a strong year

payne
beran
prime prue
tovey
daniel johnson
ty shaw
ben pepper
greg hire
jesse wagstaff
prime wagner
anthony ingram lee
ryan zamroz
haney
vaudreil
majstrovich
brown
jervis
williamson when he was in the nbl
younger ed morris


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Lukosius  
Earlier this month

Yep, I would agree with you that the SBL was at it's strongest in the early/mid 90's. But that was the case with basketball overall.

If you look back at the NBA, NBL and European basketball and asked the same question... the answer would be the late 80's through to the early/mid 90's.

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JR  
Earlier this month

Anonymous and Lukosius.. you got me dead on.. early to mid 90's.. so much talent that the wildcat guys would
Play and be a lot better than average but nowhere near as dominant as imports were.. unlike today.

There are so many you could mention on top of what anonymous did.. here are a couple. Chris "hard to handle" Sandle and Dapreis Owens..

I remember Owens playing an sbl all star vs wildcats game in his first couple of days here and dominating to the point that Hurley had to double team him. He dunked all over Chris Carroll and split his face open with his knee when Carroll (foolishly) tried to take a charge.

Sandle had a similar story getting almost 60 against East Perth in his first couple of days here. In the US he was famous for dominating inside and then hitting 3’s as soon as a bigger defender got assigned to him.. mad talent.. RIP

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koberulz  
Earlier this month

The idea that the NBL of that era is anywhere near the quality of the current NBL is absurd.

Related to that, has the quality of the SBL dropped or is the NBL just that much better now?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

I would suggest other factors at play here that make it difficult to compare across time. What about the number of players that go to college now vs previously? The number of NBL teams currently vs previously? The money factor too - more players overseas/elsewhere making a buck, euro/bbl and now nznbl. Has the switch of NBL from winter to summer had an effect?

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JR  
Earlier this month

NBL is at its best now no doubt.. the players with NBA experience involved have made it so. In relation to your last question KR- I think a bit of both

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

KR mate the NBL of the mid 90's would absolutley kill the NBL of current

barring Luc Longley all of our elite level talent was playing in the NBL at that point in time. On the international stage they were top 5 in the world. Longley never played with the boomers during that era so pretty much our entire national team was made up of NBL players.
Even if you took the best players in the NBL, imports included and put them into an olympic tournament there is no way they have the talent to compete for a medal.

In judging the level of import talent in the NBL at that time, the guys like Derrick Rucker, Ricky Grace, Lenard Copeland, James Crawford, Darrel McDonald, Leon Trimmingham, Melvin Thomas, Scott Fisher these guys were incredible in our league. Looking at the imports nowadays you might only put say Cotton and Ware in that same echelon.

nowadays our best national rep level guys are all in the NBA and big euro leagues. there might be a small number of actual NBL players rounding out the boomers roster but the core of that boomers team are NBA guys.

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koberulz  
Earlier this month

That's because everyone else got better too.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

Ofcourse SBL is weaker, and year by year this will continue.

If your any good these days you generally go to college or overseas, even more recently eastern states and NZ.

Opportunity and access to college is a lot easier now.

SBL in 2019 is weakest it has ever been.
The current import pool is easily the weakest its been.

Your K.Davis and M.Barrows who are probably half they players they used to be in years gone by are still in top section of imports.

At the lower end of the import scale there is a handful of guys that are terrible and wouldn't be in the league in previous years.

Imports used to be 20&10 of considered a bust.



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koberulz  
Earlier this month

It's a lot easier for stars to dominate when teams are three players deep, though.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

Voelkel done with the Slammers. Just hasn't gone right this year. His stint there is over

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JR  
Earlier this month

What's the story with Voelkel? Is it the injury he has?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

10/11/7 for Voelkel in 5 games

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JR  
Earlier this month

After almost averaging a triple double in previous seasons??? Surely injury has limited him or there has to be more to the story

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

What's the SBL doing to turn this around. What’s their plan? Who runs it? Who makes the decisions? If it’s been average for 20 years now, surely some sort of review needs to be had.

The same argument of juniors paying for SBL is absurd, it’s like the biggest mutant elephant in the room yet we keep supporting it...don’t get it.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

lol just stfu and enjoy it for what it is god damn

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

'enjoy it for what it is'
-right wing baby boomer

you must enjoy your club's game night promotions made on Paint too...

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

'enjoy it for what it is'
-closes Internet Explorer

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

do you really think there are baby boomers visiting this forum? good of you to introduce a political angle as well

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JR  
Earlier this month

"If your any good these days you generally go to college or overseas, even more recently eastern states and NZ."

Perhaps if the standard of play, refereeing and coaching increased then this wouldn't be a problem.

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koberulz  
Earlier this month

How does the standard of play increase without those players staying?

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JR  
Earlier this month

With better coaching!

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koberulz  
Two weeks ago

That only increases the number of players capable of leaving, it doesn't make the SBL itself better.

At the end of the day, all it comes down to is money. If players can get more money playing elsewhere, they'll leave. Same is true of coaches.

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JR  
Two weeks ago

Disagree on this one KR. Players in the league would play at a higher level with better coaching.. whether more leave or not is irrelevant after the fact.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Going east/NZNBL isn't necessarily the best move for some. Cummings averaging 11 mins and 4 pts. Michaels 12 mins 3 pts

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JJ  
Two weeks ago

Hire, btw, is not injured. Right now playing in Puerto Rico in 3x3 World Cup Qualifying.... together with Wright, Steel and Coenraad

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Anon  
Two weeks ago

The top 7 teams seem to be pretty clear cut as it stands. Redbacks have climbed to 8th and still have Roberts to come in.

Would be interesting to see what the top 7 records are against the bottom 7 and vice versa.

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koberulz  
Two weeks ago

Disagree on this one KR. Players in the league would play at a higher level with better coaching.. whether more leave or not is irrelevant after the fact.
But that is, in itself, a money issue. Good coaches are going to go where the money is just as much as good players are.

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Lukosius  
Two weeks ago

Here are the top 7 teams (listed in their current ladder order) and their records against the bottom 7 teams...

1. Buccs 5-0
2. Senators 4-0
3. Lightning 6-1
4. Wolves 3-0
5. Hawks 5-0
6. Flames 3-1
7. Giants 4-0

8. Redbacks 1-6
9. Eastern Suns 0-5
10. Tigers 0-5
11. Eagles 0-4
12. Cougars 1-4
13. Magic 0-4
14. Slammers 0-2

So the top-7 teams are 30-2 against the bottom seven. Some other interesting stats....

Easiest schedules so far:
- Lakeside & Slammers
Both have only played two games against top-7 teams. Lakeside are 1-1 in those games and the winless Slammers are obviously 0-2. This does not bode well for the Slammers who now have 12 of their remaining 16 games against a top-7 team.

- Eagles
Only four of their 11 games have been against top-7 teams. They are 0-4 in those games and 4-3 against the bottom seven teams.


Toughest schedules so far:
- Wolves
Seven of their 10 games have been against top-7 teams. They are 4-3 in those games and 3-0 against the bottom seven teams.

- Redbacks
Seven of their 11 games have been against top-7 teams. They are 1-6 in those games and 4-0 against the bottom seven teams.

- Flames
Seven of their 11 games have been against top-7 teams. They are 4-3 in those games and 3-1 against the bottom seven teams.

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JR  
Two weeks ago

KR you don't know that mate.. and sadly I guess will never know that.

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Who is making fun of me on instagram!! Someone on @humans.of.the.sbl posted funnies :(

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anon  
Two weeks ago

The All-Party SBL Team
Damion Scott
Jake Burston
Any Willo player
Jarrod Holmes
Logan Viskovich
Andrej Donlagic
Ash Litterick

Who am I missing?

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Billups is up there in scoring 23 ppg, Rhys Vague at 21.5 ppg, Tre Nichols who plays with Billups also up there at 21.2 ppg. All these guys did the exact same thing and less in the SBL. Vague averaged less in the SBL.

Billups, Nichols and the leagues leading scorer Marcel Jones (28ppg) all averaging over 20 ppg and all on the same team.

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JD Women  
Two weeks ago

That humans.of.the.sbl page is the best thing to happen to the SBL in years

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

vigor and isenbarger played on the weekend without much attention

isenbarger who many have touted may not even play this season came into the kalamunda game and hit 3 consectutive 3s within the first few minutes

once lakeside get prue back in the lineup they are a contender

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

that's the thing with lakeside. They never make player announcements of any kind. Never any officially news from them. Players just rock up and 'oh, that's Vigor, he's arrived'.

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A Pimp Named Slickback  
Two weeks ago

Redhage signs with Hawks. didnt see that coming.. Redbacks outa money?

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Parsons with that bag of tricks
Great move for the Hawks

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Parsons with that bag of tricks

Bag of tricks, or bags of cash?

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Redhage is Adrian Majstrovich 2.0

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Redhage wouldn't come cheap. Hawks dancing the cap!

Dont think Redbacks 'outa money'. Club seems in sound financial shape.

Maybe Redbacks club choosing not to 'buy' a championship by dancing cap like others this year.

Lets wait to see if Red is given a 'development role' in Hawks to top up $$ outside cap.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Good move by the Hawks IMO. Lost significant scoring power with the departure of Cummings to NZ and question whether Tevin Jackson will ever make a return?

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Peto from Lakeside  
Two weeks ago

Pray for Lako

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Hawks v Wolves GF rematch

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Moose  
Two weeks ago

Hawks vs Buccs GF. Nobody has shown they can beat the Buccs on their own court as yet.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

hearing that adam forde departing the eagles for east coast. Drsicoll to take the reigns for the men.



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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

I would love to see the Bucc's in the grand final, but lets be honest their finals records is terrible.

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Andrew  
Two weeks ago

Wolves in the GF if Earnest Ross stops taking so many damn shots...

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Spectator  
Two weeks ago

If that is true about forde, it's hard to see the Eagles men's program not going the same way as the women's program - huge loss to say the least. They will struggle to stay afloat on and off the court significantly and wouldn't be surprised if they folded or at the very least merge with probably Warwick based on their recent move north to mirrabooka.
I agree the Buccs should make the big dance but their record post 2005 is absolutely horrid on the biggest stage of them all and some of their veterans would want to face those demons head on for them to beat a now star studded Hawks team. Interestingly I had heard Sovine was far from happy with his minutes and playing behind certain players before the Redhage signing, how will losing another four to five minutes from his sixteen minutes per game average affect an already volatile situation. Not all is as happy as it seems in the nest

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Hawks #boughtnotbuilt

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Sovine should be more worried about whether he can actually get fit enough to play more than 16 mins.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Wolves for the 4 peat!!

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Where would Forde be heading to in the Eastern States? Seems pretty well set long term at the Wildcats

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Barry Ballbag  
Two weeks ago

Sovine too busy gasping for oxygen to do anything else on the court. If he went 17 minutes he would probably collapse with exhaustion.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Forde hasn't been there the last two weeks but pretty sure he was just on holiday?

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Cummings would have been on decent coin, him leaving opened up the space for Redhage, smart signing. Sovine should be very nervous

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

forde rumored to be with illawarra hawks

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Spectator  
Two weeks ago

Explains why they signed Dech then. Good move for him to make a name for himself over east

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Phobos 12  
Two weeks ago

Forde to join Sydney Kings as assistant under Will Weaver. New opportunity

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Wildcats losing Nielsen and Forde as assistant coaches. who comes in?

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Spectator  
Two weeks ago

You would imagine Luke Brennan would be one of them, after being video assistant last season. Could Lacko be the other option?

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Ettridge being considered by Cats, seen leaving Bendat

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Would be nice to see a SBL coach given the chance.

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Spectator  
Two weeks ago

'Ettridge seen leaving Bendat' Not true, Ben was just booking in for the Wolves to train at Bendat again once a week from next week ahead of their annual chokefest in late August. Wolfpack Basketball currently selling plastic 'caution: choking hazard' signs as necklaces in anticipation of making the grand final but failing short yet again

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Is that confirmed Forde going to Sydney ? Can't see that anywhere.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

rumor has it the cats exodus stems from gleeson being re-signed. jervis, brandt, forde, nelly

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Perthworld  
Two weeks ago

I don't blame them.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Forde only went on holiday. Will be back coaching this weekend.

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ALL STAR WEEKEND  
Two weeks ago

Co-Coaches for the MSBL Aus team? Seriously?

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Tigers men have a new import?

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Co-coaches ... wow. have some backbone SBL

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Tiglets are struggling

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Who runs the SBL Commission?

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

the SBL Commission runs the SBL Commission...

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Spectator  
Two weeks ago

I think the question pertains to who is currently on the SBL Commission.

As per the website:

Adam Bowler (General Manager)
Brian Atkin (Chair)
Andy Stewart
Jonelle Morley
David Bull
Robert Clement (BWA CEO)

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BK  
Two weeks ago

What has happened to the Magic WSBL?
Oh how the mighty have fallen!
Reported to be "going all in for a title" this year, they improve their lineup from last year with both Palusna and Boag playing together. Now having lost 5 of their last 6 they are languishing around 8th. They looked awful tonight.
How does a lineup with so much offensive scoring talent only 6 points in an entire quarter? The was enroute to a 27 point blowout loss against a team that played the previous night.
Is it the coach? He sure didn't look like he did much tonight, no adjustments at all.
Why would u recruit such a good team and give it to an inexperienced lame coach???

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Spec  
Two weeks ago

suns beating gero on the round after getting smashed twice last week... new import looks to be a good user of the ball... they could be legit if they were consistent.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

two fat Ls for the Hawks, redhage the immediate problem?

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JR  
Two weeks ago

Any new player takes time to get into the mix chemistry wise. Hawks will be just fine.

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Anonymous  
Last week

Morgan Hughes couldn't get the win for lakeside tonight.

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KnowALL  
Last week

Disappointing comment, not going to help east Perth dogging refs going forward

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Ano  
Last week

Agree with anon, unlucky morgan.

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Explain?  
Last week

wtf happened in the 3rd quarter of giants vs redbacks today?

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IllegalGambler  
Last week

Giants scored 53 points after Patrick Burke hipchecked Lacko into the bleachers

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Littleho  
Last week

Stats for the game are wrong. Giants win 100 to 92

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Explain?  
Last week

How do you mess up the stats that badly???

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IllegalGambler  
Last week

They were using a Commodore 64

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Anonymous  
Last week

What happened to Lacko? Need more info?

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Anonymous  
Last week

What is everyone's thought on the way the ladder is structured. Call me old fashioned, but i thought the team with the most points should be on top.
What is the point of championship points if they don't really matter?

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Anon  
Last week

Hip checked Lako to the bleachers? Tell us more

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JR  
Last week

Jay Bowie's 29 points from just 12 shots has to be close to the most efficient 29 points ever seen.

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Anonymous  
Last week

IN RESPONSE TO B.K MANDURAH WSBL.

there are 2 problems with this side this year .

1. coach - seems to be quite arrogant
2. import guard - junkermeir lacks creativity and speed.

something has to break soon for this team to move forward .
watch this space.

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Anon  
Last week

Considering the coach selects the import, it's on him. Word on the street is the coach is going to be changed soon. Being arrogant for no reason is the sign of an egomaniac. It’s not like he has ever achieved anything

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Perthworld  
Last week

IllegalGambler where do you bet?

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Anonymous  
Last week

the Mandurah coach isn't going to be sacked , the only sacking I see is one of their imports.

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Anon  
Last week

And they get worse again.. they couldn't make a correct decision to save themselves

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BK  
Last week

You don't score 6 points in a quarter with that much talent and lose by 27 because of a wrong import selection. Anyone who thinks this clearly doesn’t know anything about the game.
What is she supposed to do? Score an extra 28 points per game???

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Anonymous  
Last week

suprising that there has been little conversation about the buccs losing to kalamunda at home on the weekend. Buccs only managing to put up 66 points for the game

Alipate held to 11 points
Lasher held to 16

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Anon  
Last week

Or the Giants knocking off both the Hawks and Redbacks, on the road and in the space of 16 hours.

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Anon  
Last week

New import arriving for Slammers. Assuming he is replacing Voelkel and not Livingston....

https://www.facebook.com/SouthWestSlammers/photos/a.529668693746852/2190871734293198/?type=3&theater

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Anonymous  
Last week

Voelkel was released last week https://www.mix.com.au/news/southwest/voelkel-released-from-slammers

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Anonymous  
Last week

no field = 44 points for cougars

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Anonymous  
Last week

Geraldton with a new import arriving next week?

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Anonymous  
A few hours ago

East Perth Eagles women broke one of the longest losing streaks in WSBL history beating a full strength Willetton Tigers on the weekend.

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Anonymous  
A few hours ago

congratulations to the east perth women on their break thru victory.
willeton at full strength beat the top ranked wolves the night before and then fall to the eagles the next night WOW
I wonder if the sbl has contacted the betting agencies to see if anyone placed a bet on the eagles.?
important win to the slammers over the flames with garbin back playing for rocko. the bottom to middle part of the 8 is getting tight already.

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Anonymous  
A couple of hours ago

Suns new import Javion Blake is legit!

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Anonymous  
Within the hour

I would have thought suns might get a big import. Why another 2/3?
Timms/Easley is a bit thin

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Anonymous  
Within the hour

Small ball is way to go!

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