Isaac
Last month

NBL1 West to tip off in 2021

Australia's premier winter basketball league NBL1 will take another major step in its expansion in 2021 with the establishment of NBL1 West.

The NBL has reached a landmark agreement with Basketball Western Australia to rebrand the men’s and women’s State Basketball League (SBL) to NBL1 West.

NBL1 West will join NBL1 South (Victoria and Tasmania), NBL1 North (Queensland) and NBL1 Central (South Australia) in an expanded conference based competition in 2021, as the NBL continues to bring basketball in Australia together.

Competing NBL1 West teams will be Cockburn Cougars, East Perth Eagles, Geraldton Buccaneers, Goldfields Giants, Joondalup Wolves, Kalamunda Eastern Suns, Lakeside Lightning, Mandurah Magic, Perry Lakes Hawks, Perth Redbacks, Rockingham Flames, South West Slammers, Warwick Senators and Willetton Tigers.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Awesome news!

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Anonymous  
Last month

Any news on NSW/ACT?

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Anonymous  
Last month

2034 for nsw

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Anonymous  
Last month

Lol ^

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Anonymous  
Last month

Nz north, central, and south a possibility.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Yeah don't think so buddy.

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Anonymous  
Last month

All teams are in?

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Anonymous  
Last month

can't wait for a WA team to be crowned NBL1 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS! don't @ me

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anon nbl1  
Last month

Apparently it is a done deal with NSW ACT they're sorting out the finer details before announcement, also finalising the teams joining in,

Current confirmed list is:

Maitland
North Sydney
Manly
Illawarra
Hills
Bankstown
Hornsby
Central Coast

There a few expected to be in also but unconfirmed at the moment

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Anonymous  
Last month

Ain't happening for a while..l

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Anonymous  
Last month

#916 your league better improve then

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anon nbl1  
Last month

compare West Coast Challenge to Waratah League this season

Waratah > WCC

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Perthworld  
Last month

Finally Wolfpack are going to be on the national stage. AHWOOO!

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Anonymous  
Last month

Waratah isn't better than any league in Australia

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Anonymous  
Last month

I wonder what happens if WA leaves Australia? lol

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Anonymous  
Last month

wolfpack looking for that nbl1 runner-up as well

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Aussie  
Last month

Will the COE be apart of any NBL1 competition?

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anon nbl1  
Last month

Manly Eagles had multiple current and ex NBL players - Indi, Froling, White brothers, Jurlina

Inner West Bulls was a loaded team just they didn't jell too well to win enough games

name a team in NBL West with more NBL level talent

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anon nbl1  
Last month

There are talks of CoE opening up in each state in the coming years for time being back in NBL East / Waratah League

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Anonymous  
Last month

Yes state npp U20s in each conference is a good idea,

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Aussie  
Last month

There are talks of CoE opening up in each state in the coming years for time being back in NBL East / Waratah League

A COE in each state? I wonder how that would work exactly

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Anonymous  
Last month

Pretty easy to figure out

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Anonymous  
Last month

Froling scored 37 in the semi against North with Hunter and Garlepp. Let's not get carried away with how good the "NBL" talent is

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Perthworld  
Last month

wolfpack looking for that nbl1 runner-up as well

Etto gone. NBL1 path finally available. The wheels are in motion.

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Anonymous  
Last month

"Froling scored 37 in the semi against North with Hunter and Garlepp. Let's not get carried away with how good the "NBL" talent is"

Yeah because Cody Ellis and Corban Wroe are so much better

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Anonymous  
Last month

Sutherland made the final with no talent. I'm not even from WA but I’d put my $$ on a WA side over any Waratah side

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Anonymous  
Last month

Both leagues are bad

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Anonymous  
Last month

you Vics just wait and see what talent we do have over here in the west. You've all made these assumptions that we're not up to it but just you wait....

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Anonymous  
Last month

Video doesn't lie

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Anonymous  
Last month

Vic has talent spread over many associations.

Most wa talent spread over just 6 clubs, same with every other conference.

Only reason why other states have a chance.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Sutherland had Hutchinson, kings dp point guard, he was excellent. Yes though the rest team were average. It's a fairly poor league.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Of course vic will have more talent, you have a bigger population. That doesn't mean that your talent is better than ours

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Anonymous  
Last month

Would love to know what video you've actually watched??

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Anonymous  
Last month

Most of your season mate. You have heard of the internet haven't you?

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Anonymous  
Last month

Whistling sounds coming from victorians...

U16
https://australia.basketball/championships/u16s-australian-junior-championship/u16-history/

U18
https://australia.basketball/championships/u18/u18-history/

U20
https://australia.basketball/championships/u20-champs/history-u20-ivor-burge-championships/

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Anonymous  
Last month

Oh Sutherland had an NBL DP... my bad

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Anonymous  
Last month

Funny that because none of our games except the gf were streamed unless you get priority access to hudl?

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koberulz  
Last month

There was a game streamed every week.

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Anonymous  
Last month

^ zing

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D2.0  
Last month

I wonder what happens if WA leaves Australia?

We're building a wall, and we're gonna make you pay for it!

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Anonymous  
Last month

We'll just use our GST to build the wall, so you end up paying for it.

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Anonymous  
Last month

You just opened your hard border morons

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Anonymous  
Last month

Sense of humour lost on some.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Who might be the new teams from other conferences?

North
North Gold Coast?
Red city?

South
Hawthorn?
Launceston men?
North west women?
Werribee?
Casey?
Bulleen?

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Billy Bob  
Last month

Bulleen struggle to run a Big V program in the divisions, no way they can be considered for NBL1, 15 years ago, maybe

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Anonymous  
Last month

"We're building a wall, and we're gonna make you pay for it!"
Yes, Perth is broke and Clive Palmer is suing WA for Billions! You need every cent you can get.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Pfft Perth is broke? That's a joke buddy, Perth is propping up the rest of the country

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Anonymous  
Last month

giants to add women's team

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Anonymous  
Last month

"Perth is propping up the rest of the country" Is school out yet? How does Perth prop up the rest of the country?

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Anon  
Last month

You'd have to be pretty dumb to even ask that question.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Perth! Are you serious? Dumber than dog shit. Don't worry about Clive Plamer suing the WA Gov't f0r $30 Bill either. PERTH props up nothing!!! You really can't that stupid. Oh wait you have proved you can be.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

Jessie Edwards to Cougars confirmed


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Anon  
Earlier this month

New NBL1 WEST off-season thread....

https://www.hoops.com.au/forum/47723-nbl1-west-offseason-thread

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

Werribee and Sunbury both in advanced talks about entering NBL1

There will be at least 1 maybe 2 new teams in NBL1 South

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

NBL1 South will expand next year before staying with a steady number of teams for a while. Next year the last chance for some clubs to get in for a while.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

So no Geraldton or goldfields Womens?

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