Aussie
Two months ago

Josh Giddey to turn pro and sign with an NBL team

For next season according to The pick and roll.

Whoever he signs with, I hope he plays at least 15 minutes per game in his first (and possibly last) NBL season.

Thoughts?

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

what is he PG or SF at 6 7

I would guess SEM

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Aussie  
Two months ago

He is a 6'8 pure point guard

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

As a next star?

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

If Damian Martin continues for another year, I could see Perth trying to get a PG next star to cover for injuries

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

Se.Melbourne or Melbourne is my guess.

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

Can someone explain NBA global academy for me? How does it differ from the CoE?

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

I'm thinking...

Giddey - Melbourne
(Trimble leaving, new import pg, Ili to nz, mccarron, short and Giddey as backup cgs)

Wigness - Cairns
(I see machado leaving, new import pg, Kenny backup, Wigness 3rd pg), dufelmeier moving to s.e Melbourne)

King - Brisbane
Brisbane Have very little guard depth, Braun and Singler to go, Sobey potentially sg next season with new import pg, king 3rd g/f option behind Sobey, Gliddon, Patterson

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

King aussie or kiwi

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

Kiwi/American trying to get aus

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Aussie  
Two months ago

King aussie or kiwi

He is very likely to become an Aussie citizen

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

Taine Murray maybe nz next star?
You would think they want gapare the following year as next star?
Aussie Blake Jones also maybe an aus next star? Smaller team, maybe s,e or Illawara
Bayles has signed with Hawaii.

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

I don't think the NBL wants Australian next stars that’s why we development players, way more potential for nba scouts with American next stars.

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

There are few Americans left for next stars.

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

Yeah but teams would made not to look for draft and stash players for next stars next season.

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

#Oops teams would be mad not to^ please insert above :)

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Kas  
Two months ago

HIs dad still has ties to Melbourne - so I would think MU

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Thunder Jam  
Two months ago

Wow some outstanding anonymous dribble going on here.

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

You know all about that thunder jan

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

Should be in Boomers. Kid is the next Doncic

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

^He will be

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Why no College ??

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Perthworld’s little bro  
Two months ago

come 2 perth josh all we do is win

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LC  
Two months ago

I honestly thought Giddey would head to college given the hype and opportunity it presents, especially if he headed to Colorado, a nationally ranked program where he would get to play big minutes immediately.

Having said that. playing in the NBL as a development opportunity if he actually gets a chance to play (ala Ball) would be next level.

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LC  
Two months ago

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Reality  
Two months ago

Giddey lacks the explosive aestheticism of the Hamptons/Balls so not sure he'll have the same impact however he has great basketball smarts so could play a role for a team.

If he wants court time you'd head to one of the poorer/bad teams ie. Hawks, SEM as you'll get to see the floor which at contenders he probably won't behind an import.

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Alpha  
Two months ago

Probably the college pathway would be far better in terms of exposure and development (court time mainly), however there are many factors to consider even for this including style of play, roster, strength of program, on top of the academics. Good prospect so hope he will keep developing.

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

Academics...

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proud  
Two months ago

Taller Aussie point guard that's got a professional sporting father, are we not talking about William McDowell White or has he got far more upside than him?

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

#832 he won't get court time at sem.

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

how'd the court time go for Armstrong at sem this season?

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