D2.0
Two years ago

How many players?

I should know this, but it seems to have slipped my mind.

How many players are (NBL) teams allowed to suit up for games?
I figure it's 13 for home games?
Is it the same for away games? Or still only 12?

Does having a Next-Star change the number? Or do they just replace a DP?

And no, no particular reason, just curious.

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

12

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

"I figure it's 13 for home games?'

A bakers Dazzen.

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Yeah fair call.. It's 13 both home and away. 11 contracted and two nominated DPs, or one and one next star

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Anon  
Two years ago

12 CAN SUIT UP BUT IF THE TEAM HAS A NEXT EN STAR THEY CAN PLAY 13 AT HOME.

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D2.0  
Two years ago

Ok, so 3 different answers...LOL

It's definitely 13 at home. Wildcats suit up 2 DP's, but memory is little foggy on how long this has been happening for.

And yes, I could probably sus this out by examining the games, or trying to find the latest copy of the rules.

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Making it caps doesn't make it so.
It’s 13 for home and away. Away teams don’t do it generally due to travel costs.
It’s on the CBA released by the NBL. Have a read but be warned it’s not all in capital letters.

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