Anonymous
Last year

nbl1 player movements

I apologies if there is already a post on this subject but i wasn't able to locate

are there any confirmed or anticipated player movements for next year?

With news of Mount Gambier now in the league I assume there will be a couple of players headed there.

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Anonymous  
Last year

Geelong have signed Smith-Milner, Kernich-Drew and Gatlin. Opening up the purse strings by the looks of it.

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Anonymous  
Last year

https://supercats.com.au/trio-signing/

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Anonymous  
Last year

Don't think those three Geelong signings would cost to much.

Be interesting to see if the Australian players that played in the nznbl last season come back to nbl 1.

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Anonymous  
Last year

NZBL probably paying twice what NBL1 is.
Equally NBL1 probably paying less than what SEABL was.

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Anonymous  
Last year

Why would nbl1 players be paid less than Seabl

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Anonymous  
Last year

Because it's now a lesser competition.

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Anonymous  
Last year

Why do you say that?

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Anon  
Last year

"Because it's now a lesser competition."

Lol, lesser in the amount of conferences perhaps , but way deeper in its talent pool and a far superior product, it's first year was a total,success especially as far as exposure is concerned, which is a great thing, after NBL and WNBL it’s streets ahead of any other comp.

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Anonymous  
Last year

Lol, a few nz nbl teams can't even pay there players on time or at all.

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Anonymous  
Last year

Not only NZ teams don't play players on time. Seabl was stronger in its final year as the better nbl players went to nznbl. Nunawading won the GF but got spanked the previous year.

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Anonymous  
Last year

"Don't think those three Geelong signings would cost too much." Are you serious? Smith-Milner and Kernich-Drew would have both been on good coin at Kilsyth and Dandenong. Do you really think they'd change clubs for less?

Heard a rumour about a current NBL starter going to Geelong as well. They'll be spending heaps don't worry about that! Wouldn't be surprised if a fair bit of the women's budget is being transferred over to the men now that Herbert is gone.

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Anonymous  
Last year

Yes Anon #530,

Basketball is thriving in our state, look at the many ways:

Massive participation and grassroots support for the sport.

Melbourne United a NBL power with SEM set to build the local rivalry and further build the sport here. And provide opportunities for talented local players.

The man who saved basketball is 100% behind Victorian basketball. Basketball in this country is controlled and run out of Victoria.

Melbourne recently hosted the two biggest basketball events ever in Australia.

Highest state representation in the World Cup Boomers.

Comprehensive structural support already exists with the state government committed to substantial further resourcing for infrastructure.

Tremendous depth of quality coaching available and ever increasing opportunities for young people to get involved with the sport.

Ongoing domination of underage national competition's across all age groups with our huge participation rates, excellent facilities and coaching depth making us always the teams to beat.

We have the best winter league, with NBL1 providing a nation leading competition for Victorian associations to participate in and local players to aspire to. With the league now receiving support from the highest sources it will only go from strength to strength, as evidenced by new NBL1 all-star teams taking on the NBL Blitz etc.

Aus basketball really is Vic basketball.

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Anonymous  
Last year

Frankston have re-signed Barker, Hazdiomerivic and Mcodonald.

All big contributors on that Blues squad last year.

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Anonymous  
Last year

15 to 20 grand ain't much.

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Anonymous  
Last year

McCarron to the Supercats for NBL1 season.

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Anonymous  
Last year

^^^^
They'll be stacked, favourites already.

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Anonymous  
Last year

NBL1 playing in shitty school gyms.

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Anonymous  
Last year

pioneers have only announced signing tom daly not really a signing just have retained him which is hardly a surprise given he stayed to play in adelaide league.

i am surprised they haven't signed anyone else would this be a sign they are finding it had to attract anyone?

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Anonymous  
Last year

PLenty of time to recruit. Better to get it right the first time than to rush and get it wrong.

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Anonymous  
Last year

They've signed people just haven’t announced them yet.

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Anonymous  
Last year

'Playing in shitty high school gyms'

Eltham? Who else?
Geelong, Dandenong, Knox, are they shitty high school gyms??

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Anon  
Last year

Playing in shitty high school gyms'

Eltham? Who else?
Geelong, Dandenong, Knox, are they shitty high school gyms??

Most courts are ok but Whilst it may not be a high school gyms, Diamond Valley would have to be THE worst venue. Lol

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Reality  
Last year

Smith-Milner is a solid NBL1 player at best and needs to get in shape to have a real meaningful impact

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Anonymous  
Last year

any news? seems quiet in terms of announcements? any idea when the season starts?

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Anonymous  
Last year

Plenty of announcements in the website...

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anonymous  
Last year

80% of DV roster has left, not sure where they will get players to fill spots.
Spears
Harding
Rimes
Kafritas
Killey
Thomas
All rumoured to be leaving.

Geelong United, any official relationship with Melbourne United or is it just Scheueller being coach and recruiting players???

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Anonymous  
Last year

Above Mitch Mccarron and
https://supercats.com.au/trio-signing/

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Pioneer Passion  
Last year

Hearing that the returning Mt Gambier players have been required to take big pay cuts. Can anyone confirm what's going on?

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Anonymous  
Last year

It's pretty simple. They now have a women's team to pay for.

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ANON  
Last year

Be interesting to see just what women players they will attract to
My gambier, unless they are planning on using their CBL women's team, hope not as they have t won a game at that low level , they would be laughed at at NBL1 level
Any word on coach for their women’s side ?

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