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NBL1 Central Offically Announced

NBL1 Central (South Australia) has just been officially announced. With no real details about it other than this happening in 2020 I wonder how the final series will work now.

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Anonymous  
Last week

On the logos, why are not all the 1s in the middle orange colour? They should have some throw back to the original orange nbl1 logo like the south conference logo does.

Get it right nbl.

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Anonymous  
Last week

The north logo is also too close in colour to central red, it should be more maroon dark like qld sth/nth.

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Anonymous  
Last week

Amateur hour from the graphic design team.

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Anonymous  
Last week

Awesome news!

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Anonymous  
Last week

LK coming good again, nznbl shooting them selves in the foot by having a 200g salary cap so imports will earn less makes the nbl 1 better for the guys on the bigger money.

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Anonymous  
Last week

What's with all the negative comments??? Its a logo, surely bigger things in the world to worry about?

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Anonymous  
Last week

Logo is a definition about what your brand is. Any negative feedback is based on opinions, and opinions count. Think McDonald's thinks meh it’s just a yellow M.

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Anonymous  
Last week

Change the M to a small m on the signs and watch people lose their minds

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Anonymous  
Last week

The logo looks awesome, the nbl1 league looks awesome. It's a shame that wa and nsw will fall behind. Bring on nbl1

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Anonymous  
Last week

Not difficult to change, make the north logo more maroon brown to seperate it from central colour and make sure the 1s on all conference logos are orange, easy fix.

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Anonymous  
Last week

I guess it could be worse, imagine living in South Australia.

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Anonymous  
Last week

Can someone explain to me how all of this is going work? Honestly, just trying to understand it. Just a fan from afar.

Won't money be an issue? Clearly most teams in the Premier league don't have the money to compete in the NB1. Am I missing something here?

Thanks

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Anonymous  
Last week

Almost as bad as living in nsw.

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Anonymous  
Last week

#801 yes you are missing something.

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Anonymous  
Last week

In a nutshell....same comp. with a different name but the top 2 teams at the end of the season get to play in a tournament against teams from the other conferences. Hardly revolutionary and has been done before.

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Anonymous  
Last week

^have a cry

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Anonymous  
Last week

agree i dont get why everyone is jumping up and down like this is the. it simply change of league name and back to the old days of 2 teams play off against other states. nbl1 south will win that almost every year like seabl did in the past.
i doubt any nbl1 clubs would spend 200k on a team so cant see the nznbl salary cap being relevant

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Anonymous  
Last week

I look forward to watching other conference games other than south.

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Anonymous  
Last week

could have done that last year. many of the premier league games were streamed. i suspect many of the qbl games were also streamed

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Anonymous  
Last week

Watch those 2 Central teams get pumped by Q and the South in the Finals.

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Black and White  
Last week

There are definitely NBL1 clubs spending $200k on their men's teams.

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Anonymous  
Last week

F/ville and Mt Gambier would have been very competitive

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Anonymous  
Last week

(could have done that last year. many of the premier league games were streamed. i suspect many of the qbl games were also streamed)

Not the same, not all games were streamed and it wasn't nbl1

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Anonymous  
Last week

Only about 1/10 of qbl games were streamed and most poor quality on Facebook.

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Anonymous  
Last week

There are definitely NBL1 clubs spending $200k on their men's teams.

Plus with womens teams its more.

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Anonymous  
Last week

^ some proof please

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Anonymous  
Last week

Lol all you guys who don't like nbl1 having a big cry making sh:t up lol. This is funny stuff

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Anonymous  
Last week

what is being made up?

apart from the 200k on a mens team... gee you would want to hope you win spending that sort of coin!

does anyone know if the lucky two clubs from each state in both mens a women that get to go play in the final championship tournament know if the clubs have to fund this expense or if the nbl is?

seems tough on nbl1 south clubs who would have already budgeted and contracted players before this was announced.

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Anonymous  
Last week

^its covered don't stress.

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Anonymous  
Last week

Unlikely. The Old ABA Gran Finlas were'nt covered not the ol CBA Grand Finls. Accepting some random on here saying it's true doesn't make it true.

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Anonymous  
Last week

^ that's fine nbl1 is going ahead if you like it or not sooooo bring it on.

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Anonymous  
Last week

I just don't understand why people in some clubs are making this seem like they just joined the NBA haha. Same clubs,same budgets, same top teams.

Watching the top 2 advance will be fun for basketball fans to watch, otherwise just another season.

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koberulz  
Last week

Yeah, I'm a little confused by the pro-NBL1 argument being that non-NBL1 clubs/leagues are getting left behind, but also that there's no reason not to join because it's just a rebranding of the league. They can't both be true.

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Anonymous  
Last week

Yes and the Regions won't have the same budgets as the South.

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Anonymous  
Last week

agreed. im an advocate that to strength basketball in this country we need a strong 2nd tier league played in the off season to the nbl. ie these non stars of the nbl need a good strong league to compete in to improve their games as to do the upcoming stars. we dont have the population or the talent depth to be spread out over 50 teams or something like that. there should be one strong second tier league, teams with budgets of some description talented players would hopefully be funnelled here a bit like the old seabl but improved obviously which leaves us with nbl1 south. we need the best 2nd tier players playing in the one comp regularly against each other. say 15 teams?

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Anonymous  
Last week

^Everyone has their own ideas but not all of them are good.
Nbl1 south was the first to join so they already have an advantage over qld and sa, at least now qld and sa are in they start to bridge the gap to nbl1 south. But for wa and nsw they will have a bigger gap to bridge when or if they decide to join the unified nbl1 national league. If you snooze you lose.

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Anonymous  
Last week

What conference will MtGambier play in? South or Central?

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Anonymous  
Last week

South

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Anonymous  
Last week

SA will never have a better league than WA because they done gave financial control over their stadiums.

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Anonymous  
Last week

how are sa and qld going to bridge the gap?

why is there now suddenly going to be a gap for wa to bridge?

do you think those that play in the wa league are now going to pack up and come and play in sa and qld because their league doesn't have nbl1 in its title this year?

do the sa and qld clubs now suddenly have more money to spend on players?

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Anonymous  
Last week

Are you still having a cry?

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Anonymous  
Last week

I think you will find the QLD clubs will be very competitive with the Teams from nbl1 south

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Anonymous  
Last week

Meanwhile in Victoria...
Dominating at every level year after year.

Where's the victorians havin a sook? None about here because they work together at growing the game and give a toss.
Twice the numbers of players but also but 3 times as many associations.
You know it’s bad elsewhere when you have sale make the semis in a national competition.

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Anonymous  
Last week

Can't blame SA clubs for that.

Victorian Basketball was set up with an association model which promoted court development.

SA Basketball used all their money to purchase the Adelaide arena which was a white elephant and have only recently seen new court development occur without real BSA help.

Until clubs have control over their stadium they won’t be able to compete with interstate clubs who do.

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Anonymous  
Last week

Player payments in Qld on average are higher than NBL 1 South.

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Anonymous  
Last week

How can you possible know that?

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Anonymous  
Last week

Why is then that they don't attract on average better players

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Anonymous  
Last week

Not everyone plays for money but location, coaching and opportunity for further development.

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