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NBL and NBL1 2021 Season Clash

NBL and NBL1 2021 seasons possibly clash, would leave many NBL players out of NBL1 teams and drop the quality as well as grassroots attendance

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Anonymous  
Last month

Yep.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Lot of nbl lesser players drop money with out nbl 1 season, between the cuts and no nbl 1 season this year it's not a good idea to miss nbl 1 next season.

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Anonymous  
Last month

They ran at the same time during the 90's

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Anonymous  
Last month

How many Associations are going to be in a position to be paying players in 2021??

Particularly Melbourne Associations and wider Victoria?

God some people are dull

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Anonymous  
Last month

There is no money to spend. Most of these clubs have been without revenue since March! They'll be without meaningful revenue probably for the remainder of 2020!!

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Mobbin  
Last month

And the issue is?

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Anonymous  
Last month

"They ran at the same time during the 90's" Jeez it was Seabl back then or even CBA. So what exactly was your point?

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Anonymous  
Last month

Boo Hoo! So some teams can't have NBL players and their development will be hindered. How about the guys who want to be pros and haven't played for over a year and will be nearly 20 months by the start of next season?

How about focusing on those guys, rather than the ones who are able to play and train already? It's not a league for NBL guys anyway. They are a luxury for teams who can afford them.

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Anonymous  
Last month

#554 and I second that

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Anonymous  
Last month

It is a league for NBL players. Who are you kidding. PLent of NBL players play in the NBL1 to get extra money and to get better. Don't worry about it anyway because if there is no NBL there won't be an NBL1.

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Anonymous  
Last month

It isn't really. What 5 36ers played last season? Across NBL1 south there may have been 5 - 8 players. Most of NBL1 is kids at the level down trying to get to NBL. And in reality the season's will not clash next year anymore than normal.

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Anonymous  
Last month

No season til 2021 so might clash

NBL will be winter 2021

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Anonymous  
Last month

The next NBL1 season isn't scheduled till 2021 Einstein. NBL will not be a winter competition

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Anonymous  
Last month

The NBL will be lucky to start if at all. The Vics have stuffed things up and there is a long way to go before crowds will be allowed in anyway.

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Anonymous  
Last month

NBL1 is not a league for NBL players. The NBL is a league for NBL players. What a stupid comment.

These are the NBL1 2019 players who played in NBL 2019/20:
ADE: Ben Ayre (Nunawading)
BNE: Nil
CNS: Tad Dufelmeier (Hobart)
ILL: Angus Glover (COE), Sam Froling (Dandenong), Lachlan Dent (NW Tasmania)
MEL: Sam McDaniel (Sandringham), David Barlow (Sandringham), Sam Short (Ballarat), Jack Purchase (Melbourne), Dillon Stith (BIG V - McKinnon)
NZB: Nil
PER: Majok Majok (Perth), Tohi Smith-Milner (Kilsyth), Nic Pozoglou (Melbourne)
SEM: Daniel Trist (Frankston), Deng Acuoth (Ballarat), Dane Pineau (Melbourne), Geremy McKay (Eltham), William Hickey (Melbourne)
SYD: Kuany Kuany (Ballarat), Lucas Walker (Nunawading)

That's 19 players out of 269 NBL1 2019 players and one in BIG V. Nearly half are DPs and two players were NBL starters in 2019. Not sure why people think that NBL1 was teaming with high-end NBL players.

(It is possible I missed some, but my point stands...)

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KET  
Last month

You've conveniently not included south Australia premier league which is now part of NBL 1

DJ, Teys, McVeigh etc played

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Anonymous  
Last month

So at least 10% are NBL players. Let's not let the facts get in the way eh.

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Ben  
Last month

In 2019, the Bullets had a bunch of players in QBL..

Cadee/Magnay (Brisbane)
Dalton (Spartans)
Harrison (South West, I think?)

Hodgson I thought played down south.

Cairns had a few benchies in town to play for the Marlins.

Ogilvy played in QLD with Rockhampton.

Probs one or two more ive missed.

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Anonymous  
Last month

It's still not a league for NBL players. It's a league for the local associations.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Moller and Froling also played for huskies and previously seabl, ad adnam to that as well.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Most Aussies in NBL have played in a state league during their development. That's like saying most players have come through a junior program. However, the leagues do not exist for players to supplement their income in the offseason. The loss of money at association level will make it hard for many clubs to use NBL players next year.

Over 1100 players were in the five state leagues in 2019. Include Big V Champ Men and the number is over 1250. Even if 50 current NBL players are included in those numbers, the state leagues are not for them - whether it is called NBL1, SEABL or QBL.

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Anonymous  
Last month

"whether it is called NBL1, SEABL or QBL." There is no SEABL sheesh.

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Anonymous  
Last month

I'm not sure how many players can actually play in the state leagues. When you take into account the number of teams and number of imports I would have thought we have a very high percentage of NBL players playing in these competitions.

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