Anonymous
Last month

Adelaide Community Basketball Association

Just saw this:
https://www.adelaidebasketball.com.au

And also this:
https://www.springmadnessbasketball.com.au

What does this mean for district clubs and BSA which is run often led and governed using a not for profit model, by self serving volunteers and staff paid barely above the poverty line.

With all the private academies being setup is basketball governance, leadership, administration and pathways is basketball being democratised now?
Does that mean that those in power at club and in peak bodies will actually now need to be client focused?
Maybe actually deliver REAL value to clients and stakeholders rather than self serve?

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Anonymous  
Last month

Rebrand of an already in place horrible program.

Nothing to see here.

Another glorified social competition

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Anonymous  
Last month

OP, wtf are you on about with your comments?

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