anonnbl1
Two months ago

NBL1 2021 - Season Planning Started

Does anyone have an account to get around the paywall am interested to see what they're planning for the 2021 season of NBL1

https://www.thecourier.com.au/story/6889289/nbl1-sets-date-to-begin-groundwork-on-2021-season/

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

4 weeks ago. Delegate have met and like everyone else waiting for direction from Vic gov.

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

No nbl 1 in the socialist republic of Victoria

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

No NBL1 in the state that's killed the most during COVID times. You sir are an idiot.

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anonnbl1  
Two months ago

There are other states involved as well, NBL1 North, West and Central looks very likely to be running next season. I'd be curios if it will be a shortened season or pushed back in similar fashion as the NBL and start later than March/April

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

If there is no Victorian NBL1 League for 2021 - would players consider moving to other states to play? Is this an option that coaches would be looking at to get them to transfer clubs/comps?

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

If there was no NBL1 in Victoria next year (which I doubt), the employment situation across the country is not going to make it easy to just jump up and move state to play NBL1 level basketball.

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anonnbl1  
Two months ago

Albury could easily join NSW for one season if it turns to NBL1, yeah most likely maybe just younger players who aren't in decent paying jobs to begin with will do the move but most likely people wouldn't do the move

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anonnbl1  
Two months ago

if they do open borders around Christmas like planned, most likely will see some form of basketball in Vic by April

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

Will NBL1 now start while NBL is still on??

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anonnbl1  
Two months ago

I was thinking the same thing, I think one off they will run both along side one another and have a shortened season as well of NBL1 (maybe bubble style like NZNBL or CEBL did quite well with) or there is potential for the NBL1 starting at the end of the NBL season i.e pushing it back around September next year which I doubt as it will cause scheduling issues where the next season will have to be delayed too as it would finish around March 2022

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ANON  
Two months ago

^
You are aware just as many women play NBL1 as the men, so both NBL and WNBL need to be considered
They will probably delay the start of NBL1 to May and run it right off the back of NBL as that will have a shortened season

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

NBL1 South 2021 - 17 game season commencing in May. Likely to overlap with NBL but not WNBL.

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

Thanks above , yes this is option 2 which is most likely the right option. As we stand today

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anonnbl1  
Two months ago

Any updates on WA and NSW joining NBL1 ?

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

Wa supposably yes.

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

Article in Sydney morning herald saying talking to Victorian government about hub. If going into hub why wait till after the tennis, should start in December as planned.

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

Above anon presume you mean NBL.

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

Yes sorry about that, yep nbl.

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

You would think they do not want to clash with the tennis if the Hub is Melbourne

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ANON  
Two months ago

They won't be having the tennis at this rate

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

https://www.smh.com.au/sport/basketball/nbl-talking-to-victorian-government-about-melbourne-basketball-hub-20200917-p55wjr.html

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

Crowds in nsw now allowed up to 50%, kings can play in front of 9000 and hawks 3000. Victoria back on track, hopefully a start date and draw out soon.

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

Capped at 1000

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

Not in nsw.

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

You might want to go back and read the new exemptions for NSW

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

From the first October it's 50%, email from NSW Government. Sent all nsw people who have accounts with, e tags etc.

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

Maximum 1000 tickets

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anonnbl1  
Last month

Seems NSW for 2021 aren't keen to move into the NBL1 branding as they revamped to Waratah 1 League with live streaming of the games.

Any news on other states and merging into the NBL1 bracket

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Anonymous  
Last month

Pretty sure 5 conferences in NBL1 next season

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Anonymous  
Last month

Nsw would full behind even more if it doesn't go through.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Fall'

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anonnbl1  
Last month

Absolutely agree, it would be in the games best interest for the players exposure for all the states to be under the NBL1 bracket

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Anonymous  
Last month

Nsw can't afford to pay players, not happening.

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Anonymous  
Last month

#545 Well aren't you going to look silly shortly when it is announced

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Anonymous  
Last month

Metro Vic won;t be playing adult sport next year.....take it to the bank!

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Anonymous  
Last month

Thanks for posting Brett Sutton

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Anonymous  
Last month

Nsw has more positive case than Victoria today, take that to the bank.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Brett Sutton keeps saying sorry to people for still breaking the rules and poor contact tracing so sport ain't happening for adults!

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Anonymous  
Last month

You do know it's only October 9 and they are not due to start till April at the earliest don't you?

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Anonymous  
Last month

It's NSW why does anyone really care? The Waratah is a weak competition and why would they want to come back after leaving the SEABL all those years ago?

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Anonymous  
Last month

Because the NBL are paying them too

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Anonymous  
Last month

Yes, so the players in the Waratah League who generally don't get paid are going to compete with the rest of the NBL1 teams who do? Really!

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Anonymous  
Last month

It's called branding, it’s called funding. Smh at some people

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Anonymous  
Last month

Nbl1 and nbl season will over lapp. Makes you think nbl1 will be at a less level in all areas.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Yes. NBL players won't be available.

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ANON  
Last month

Nbl1 and nbl season will over lapp. Makes you think nbl1 will be at a less level in all areas.


Only in the men's .... may give some of the bench players a chance so it’s possibly a good thing

Though if NBL is running after the Australian Open and Morrison gets his wish to not have people quarantined when they arrive from ovetseas , the European winter will be rife with this dam virus , NBL will be lucky to get a few weeks in before we all get locked down the way this thing is going

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anon nbl1  
Last month

seems there must be something going on, soon NBL1 EAST announcement

https://northsidewizards.com/nbl-1-announcement/


https://sgba.com.au/wp-content/uploads/Basketball-NSW-Senior-League-By-Laws.pdf

Seems to be accidentally leaked guidelines also

Seems to be that some teams might enter NBL1 and others may choose to stay in Waratah 1 in similarity to how Vic and QLD handled it

What teams do we expect to be in the NBL1 EAST

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Anonymous  
Last month

I heard 10 teams like central.

Hopefully they add state U20s spp to the teams for every conference. Young kids won't get much time for there clubs otherwise.

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Anonymous  
Last month

North's possibly as they have coin, not certain who else could afford it, perhaps Hills.

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Anonymous  
Last month

East will be like Central. To play the regular season will cost you next to nothing because there is no flying. Make the National Tournament and you may have to fork out some dollars.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Who would get cut from Waratah 1

Sydney
Norths
Newcastle
Bankstown
Hills
Hornsby
Canberra
Manly
Sutherland
Central coast
Penrith
Maitland

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Anonymous  
Last month

Add
Illawara
Blacktown
Inner west
Coe

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anonnbl1  
Last month

Maitland Mustangs are the first team to advertise their trials as NBL1.

Does anyone know when NSW will make the announcement of the change to NBL1 or should we expect it to be similar to how QLD and SA was done couple months before season start

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anonnbl1  
Last month

Norths have been telling people they will be in the NBL1 too and there building a program towards that

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Anonymous  
Last month

It might be nbl1 but it's just the dressed up Waratah league. How are they going to compete money wise for players, even earning 10k in nbl south is better than nothing in nbl east.

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Anonymous  
Last month

As time goes on, the teams across all conferences will even out.

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anonnbl1  
Last month

Penrith in as well

https://websites.sportstg.com/assoc_page.cgi?client=0-10616-0-0-0&sID=392454&&news_task=DETAIL&articleID=66861528

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Anonymous  
Last month

Gee what a surprise

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Anonymous  
Last month

Not sure what the entry cost is...

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Anonymous  
Last month

Entry cost will fluctuate depending on if your league requires flying

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Anonymous  
Last month

Does the Waratah League fly?

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