Anonymous
Last month

NBL1 Grandfinals Tonight

Womens 5pm: Kilsyth vs Geelong
Mens 8pm: Nunawading vs Bendigo

At the State Basketball Centre - tickets at the door

Live on Kayo & NBL YouTube with Cam Luke, Liam Santamaria & Mark Worthington on commentary.

Mens game clashes with Boomers, which is a shame.

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Junior  
Last month

How much are the entry tickets?

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Anonymous  
Last month

My money's on Bendigo to upset Nunawading. Once Muo and Turner get going, they are hard to stop.

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Anonymous  
Last month

I'm hoping for Nuna and Geelong so back the other two.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Muo to win 2 in a row.

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Anonymous  
Last month

nbl1 website is missing the preliminary finals in their results section... very odd

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Anonymous  
Last month

Kilsyth 86-76 winners over Geelong

Nicholson 36/10/6
Magbegor 35/6

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LC  
Last month

Nicholson played a blinder!

Think Nunawading can get the win tonight.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Nicholson really worked her way up into opals from st Mary's. Never thought of her as an opal when she was in college.
I think the games should be at there home stadiums, atmosphere is terrible.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Men, 53 all at half time.

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Anonymous  
Last month

fuc ing bendigo... they played one q, the next three stand still

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Anonymous  
Last month

Spectes smarting from last seasons smacking. Congrats!!!

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LC  
Last month

Swetalla, Wright were brilliant for the Spectres. Hrnopoulos' performance should not be overlooked either.

Make amends for 2018 in Conn's 300th game and Macdonald's last.

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Bear  
Last month

Wel done to all four teams and congrats to the winners, but I have to say I have no idea why these finals are not the best of three games, this is supposed to be the second best level of competition for basketball in the country and we get one final game!!?

No sour grapes, best teams won on the night, however if the NBL1 is seriously considering itself as a semi-pro league it must look at a final series of at least three games, I don't get this at all!!

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Anonymous  
Last month

NBL players are being worked really hard at this time of the year. I don't think it's any surprise that the two teams in the men's GF had minimal impact from NBL preseason.

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