Aussie
Last month

SBL returns with West Coast Classic

https://sbl.asn.au/

Great to see.

Does anyone know whether these games will be live streamed?

Or at the very least, will live stats be available?

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koberulz  
Last month

SBL games aren't usually live streamed, outside of one or two clubs.

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Mic Drop  
Last month

Hence why he is asking would be beneficial for clubs to do it. Since they going to NBL1 next year better get up to scratch.

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Isaac  
Last month

Obviously someone else could then answer the question if they have further info. Seems reasonable for someone with at least some relevant info to post it as a placeholder until there's confirmation.

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koberulz  
Last month

This isn't even SBL, much less NBL1. I wouldn't expect things to be a higher standard than normal.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Clubs are encouraged to live stream as much as possible to enable people to watch the games and to build capacity for NBL1 requirements in 2021.

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Anonymous  
Last month

So this is a shorter SBL season?

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Anonymous  
Last month

The West says Shaun Bruce wants to play in the West COast thingy

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Anonymous  
Last month

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Anonymous  
Last month

Paywall can you copy article

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Perthworld  
Last month

So this is a shorter SBL season?

Correct. It's basically Diet SBL.

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Anon  
Last month

Etteridge signed as Suns assistant. What the hell were the Suns board thinking. The guy is arrogance personified and will only bring dysfunction and a culture of underachieving to a club who were just starting to make some decent strides under Utley. If he has any influence at all, this will put them back to the Warren Kuhn Era, and we all know how that ended up.

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Perthworld  
Last month

Why would he want to come back as an assistant?

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koberulz  
Last month

The West says Shaun Bruce wants to play in the West COast thingy
Would he count as restricted? The word going around when things had been suspended was no imports, no restricted players who weren't previously signed. Whether that's actually the case I don't know, I don't believe anything's been said officially.

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Anon  
Last month

Comp is open to WA residents only.

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koberulz  
Last month

Any source on that? And how are we defining "WA resident"? That could potentially include any imports who happened to be living here.

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Anon  
Last month

Correct. Any imports or restricted players that are here and were already signed are eligible to play. This comp is not linked to SBL. It's a complete separate set of bylaws and rules

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Andrew  
Last month

I just spoke to one of the head coaches tonight. It is open to restricted players if the clubs are willing to pay them. There are a few still in WA who are trying to get residency.

Some of the clubs are also talking to Wildcats players trying to recruit them.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Surely some clubs won't be looking to spend up big for basically a domestic comp. Those that have imports playing will probably be having those imports that they see as options for 2021.

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Andrew  
Last month

Pretty sure most will be playing without imports.
Especially with the drop in revenue from spectator sales. Stadiums can only be filled to 25% capacity. Also with the cost of still having to travel to regional stadiums etc

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Anonymous  
Last month

Lightning will field the same team as regular SBL. Bowie and Isenbarger + Vigor

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Anonymous  
Last month

This is great. Good on WA for getting things rolling.

Will other states follow?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this week

Anyone know why a lot of the so called "Senior" players and some coaches are so against this format. Word on the street is experienced men's coach say that if he had his choice they wouldn’t be playing in it at all. I don’t get it?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this week

Cause they aren't getting their $100 for a game

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