anon95
Last month

NBL1 Worth Players Relocating

Wondering what people's opinion is on players moving interstate dropping their jobs to play NBL1 for the exposure. Is the exposure worth it or is it a waste. Typically see a lot of NSW talent going into the NBL1 South/North conferences, would they receive the same exposure with NSW turning to NBL1 East or will it be the same as usual where the Queensland and Victoria leagues tend to be looked at more.

Topic #47350 | Report this topic


anon123  
Last month

Someone playing 30min starter in NSW vs being a 15min rotation player in Victoria, I'd think they would look more towards the player in Victoria, kinda depends on the team they're on as well. The opposition makes a big difference

Reply #810011 | Report this post


Anonymous  
Last month

Take a long time before they even out.
Don't forget east only has 10-12 teams, south will have double that in a few years.

Reply #810014 | Report this post


Anonymous  
Last month

At this present stage on last season and the start of this season nsw is well behind qld and vic.

Reply #810025 | Report this post


Anonymous  
Last month

For a number of reasons the NSW senior comp has always been of a very poor standard.

Even at the junior state level NSW significantly under perform so it obviously flows up to the senior comp.

Reply #810091 | Report this post


anon1  
Last month

Would there be a point for teams to join the NBL1 South from NSW instead of competing in the soon to be NBL1 East, essentially what Canberra and CoE were doing previously.

There were rumors that Bankstown, Hills & Norths joint team, Canberra would be entering in the NBL1 South.

Seems less likely now I guess

Reply #810098 | Report this post


Anonymous  
Last month

Waratah would be the worst league in the country by a significant margin

Reply #810105 | Report this post


Anonymous  
Last month

Have they (NSW) even said they are going to be in NBL1?

Reply #810144 | Report this post


anon 12  
Last month

I'm hearing its all but confirmed for 2021 season for NBL1 in all states, few clubs in NSW have confirmed they will be entering and the NBL1 East will form by 2021, this is also why Canberra and CoE moved to Waratah, if there is reluctance there are rumbles that a situation could occur such as above where North Sydney - Hills combine to leave NSW comp for NBL1 South as well as Bankstown confirmed

Reply #810148 | Report this post


anon 12  
Last month

Most of the leagues are having more of a seamless transition as they already had streaming in place and the general marketing of the league set up properly. Though NSW has poorly been marketing the league and haven't bothered in the slightest to introduce live streaming of games

Reply #810150 | Report this post


Anonymous  
Last month

Basketball nsw have been basket case for years.

Reply #810154 | Report this post


Anonymous  
Last month

No chance NBL1'East’ happens next year

Reply #810190 | Report this post


Anonymous  
Last month

Already a done deal

Reply #810191 | Report this post




 

Reply to this topic

Random name suggestion for anonymous posters: Dione 95

Rules:You must read the Terms of Use. No spam, no offensive material, no sniping at other clubs, no 'who cares?'-type comments, no naming or bashing under 18 players. Learn how to embed YouTube videos or tweets

Please proof-read your post before submitting as you will not be able to edit it afterwards.



Close ads
Beam Orders - a quick, simple order and payments site for your business.
Punch - insightful time tracking
Dunk.com.au - Custom basketball uniforms

Advertise on Hoops to a very focused, local and sports-keen audience. Email for rates and options.

Recent Posts



Invoicing clients? Stay productive with Punch, the insightful time tracker that earns you more.

Special offer: $30/month Pay $100 for lifetime access. Sign up now!

.


An Australian basketball forum covering NBL, WNBL, ABL, Juniors plus NBA, WNBA, NZ, Europe, etc | Forum time is: 1:22 am, Fri 7 Aug 2020 | Posts: 842,019 | Last 7 days: 639