Anonymous
Two weeks ago

NBL1 to feature in Blitz

Title says it all

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Awesome announcement. Making that connection and giving opportunity.

Would be great to see maybe in future the winner from NBL1 playing at the blitz!

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Cram  
Two weeks ago

This is a good move. There's plenty of guys that will be able to compete. Pozoglou and Purchase from the Tigers would go well, along with a host of imports.

The idea of the NBL1 champion competing sounds nice, until key players already have NBL deals or imports move to their next gig. an All Star team is a much better option.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Nbl1 needs to be teams from all over Australia not just vic and tas.
What about the qbl teams?

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Greggo  
Two weeks ago

Expansion is part of the plan. They're already in talk with state leagues

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

There is going to be another conference of NBL1 in QLD and NT next season making it the NBL1 north. Will mostly be QBL teams

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

The current qbl teams plus Darwin probably.

Likely over time

Vic/tas
Qld/nt
Nsw/act
Wa
Sa

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Smith  
Two weeks ago

Love it! The roster makeup and choice of coach will be interesting. Maybe the coach of the winning club?

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Mainly imports who cannot be picked up by an nbl club?

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

This is great!

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Waratah will be an NBL1 conference next year also

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Hopefully all being nbl1 means there is a base salary and the talent overtime becomes spread over the conferences.

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PerthEarth  
Two weeks ago

Will it be streamed?

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Anon  
Two weeks ago

No announcement of streaming though, interesting. Given the spread of games it may present logistical challenges to do it. Hopefully we'll at least get the Hobart session on the Sunday. Don't want a repeat of 2017 with no streaming.

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PersonalFoul  
Two weeks ago

Great move by the NBL and adds more reasons why the change of the league to NBL1 was needed to create more opportunity & exposure

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Smith  
Two weeks ago

Surely they stream it utilising the services in place for the nbl1 programs already in place, at the least.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

At the very bottom of the blots schedule it has this.

STREAM ALL GAMES LIVE ON NBL TV

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Streaming would be available at the DEC where the Southern Huskies played. Likewise at Kingston where the Hobart Huskies played. Who will pay for it is the question.

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JJ  
Two weeks ago

Great Move, give guys a chance to compete against top tier players. well done NBL

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Awful idea. Track records of teams taking part in these tournaments is terrible, it's a waste of time for the opposition who want good games 2 weeks before the season. By that stage any name you throw up will be signed as a DP. It will be left over Americans, mainly players that can't make a cut, and 1-2 rough diamonds. Just a waste of money and time.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Who will pay for it is the question.


At the very bottom of the blots schedule it has this.

STREAM ALL GAMES LIVE ON NBL TV

Tas gov, NBL, sponsorship =$

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

The Examiner has an article saying the Tassie is in.

https://www.examiner.com.au/story/6310925/nbl-delivers-wrapped-up-gift-to-tasmania/?cs=96

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

NBL
@NBL
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14m
ICYMI the schedule for #NBL20's pre-season Blitz dropped today and Tassie is getting 4 action packed days of hoops, including the return of the dunk & 3-point contests!

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

dunk & 3-point contests!

I like this

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

i like it a lot!

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FM  
Two weeks ago

This is our ticket to a new import. We lost Kendal in the Blitz dunk contest and I think we ha e lost another import before him.

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Im not familiar with QBL clubs, but do they have the money to constantly fly down the cast for game? whats the money situation over there like?

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Weeeeee..

Let's all change our names and run around in circles...

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