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DEPTH CHARTS so far Share your depth chart

Here is mine Key L(Local) NS(Next Star ) I (Import) DP(Development Player) INJ(INJURED) #Jersey Number via NBL store and club websites

ADELAIDE 36ERS
PG Josh Giddey (NS) #6/ Brendan Teys (L) #7/ Alex Mudronja (L) #10
SG Donald Sloan (I) #16/Daniel Dillon (L) #12
SF Sunday Dech (L) #44/ Tony Crocker (I) #2
PF Daniel Johnson (L) #21/ Jack McVeigh (L) #9
C Isaac Humphries (L) #8/ Keanu Pinder (L) #25

BRISBANE BULLETS
PG Nathan Sobey (L) #20/ Tamuri Wigness (L) #0
SG Anthony Drmic (L) #3/Jason Cadee (L) #5/ Kian Dennis (DP) #2
SF Orlando Johnson (I) #/ Tanner Krebs (L) #17/ Blake Jones (DP) #1
PF Vic Law (I) #4/ Harry Froling (L) #11 /Cal Dalton (DP) #9
C Matt Hodgson (L) #6/ Tyrell Harrison (L) #24

CAIRNS TAIPANS
PG Scott Machado (I) #3/ Jarrod Kenny (L) #6
SG Mirko Djeric (L) #5/ Mojave King (NS) #1
SF Kouat Noi (L) #12/George Blagojevic (L) #9 Jordan Ngatai (L) #11
PF Majok Deng (L) #13/ Fabijan Krslovic (L) #20
C Cam Oliver #0/ Nathan Jawai (L) #15

THE HAWKS
PG Tyler Harvey (I) #1/ Emmett Naar (L) #3
SG Justin Simon (I) #0/ Isaac White (L) #2/ Dan Grida (INJ) (L) #11
SF Deng Adel (L) #24/ Justinian Jessup (NS) #10/ Deng Deng (L) #7
PF Cam Bairstow (L) #41/ Max Darling (L) #8/ Akoldah Gak (DP) #55
C Sam Froling (L) #17/ A.J. Ogilvy (IR) (L) #6

MELBOURNE UNITED
PG Mitch McCarron (L) #10 / Shae Illi (L) #51/ Sam Short (DP) #5
SG Chris Goulding (L) #43/ Yudai Baba (SRP) #18
SF Scotty Hopson (I) #32 / Sam McDaniel (L) #30/ Nahziah Carter (NS) # ?? TBC Olgun Uluc
PF Dave Barlow (L) #20/ Jack White (L) #14/ Mason Peatilng (DP) #22
C Local-Import/Jo Lual-Acuil (L) #0

New Zealand Breakers
PG Tai Webster (L) #0/ Jarred Weeks (L) #97/ Terry Li (DP) #99
SG Lamar Patterson (I) #13/ Corey Webster (L) #9/ Taine Murray (DP) #1
SF Tom Abercrombie (L) #10
PF Finn Delaney (L) #3/ Dan Trist (L) #25/ Kyrin Galloway (DP) #6
C Colton Iverson (I) #4/ Rob Loe (L) #15

PERTH WILDCATS
PG Mitch Norton (L) #8/ Kevin White (L) #3/ Taylor Britt (DP) #5
SG Bryce Cotton (I) #11 /Wani Swaka Lo Buluk (L) #9 /Luke Travers (DP) #4
SF Todd Blanchfield (L) #12 / Clint Steindl (L) #35 / Corey Shervill (DP) #
PF John Mooney (I) #33 / Jesse Wagstaff (L) #24
C Local/ Local/ Andrew Ferguson (DP) #34 / Majok Majok (INJ) (L) #22

SEM Phoenix
PG Import/ Kyle Adnam (L) #4/ Izayah Mauriohhooho-Le'afa (DP) #8
SG Cam Gliddon (L) #3/Adam Gibson (L) #1
SF Reuben Te Rangi (L) #7/ Kendall Stephens (L) #21
PF Mitch Creek (L) #55/ Yanni Wetzell (L) #10/ Tristan Forsyth (DP) #34
C Ben Moore (I) #26/ Dane Pineau (L) #22

PG Casper Ware Jr (I) #22/ Shaun Bruce (L) #7
SG Dejan Vasiljevic (L) #3/ Angus Glover (L) #5
SF Didi Louzada (NS) #0/ Brad Newley (L) #8
PF Xavier Cooks (L) #10/ Craig Moller (L) #9
C Jarell Martin (I) #24/ Daniel Kickert (L) #14/ Jordan Hunter (L) #1







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Anonymous  
Last year

Most sides will have players that can play a few positions. I would not be pidgin holing to many players other than obviously some point guards and five men.

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AngusH  
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Some really solid lineups this season, top to bottom. I think both the Kings and Wildcats rosters look fine, but it might not be enough with lots of improvement from NZ and the Hawks, Taipans keeping the status quo (although King an X-factor). Brisbane/Adelaide I'll need to see some of their new guys to get a feel for their ceiling. SEM really need to nail the import PG spot and United really need Landale.

Looking like another really competitive season, bring it on.

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Lovebroker  
Last year

I think the Wildcats have regressed slightly to significantly (see below)

They have :
- Replaced Damian Martin with Kevin White.
- Replaced Terrico White with Todd Blanchfield .
- Replaced Nick Kay with John Mooney .
- Replaced Miles Plumlee and Majok Majok with No one .

Slightly if Blanchfield and Mooney are like for like output.

Significantly if they don't perform to the high standards.

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Anonymous  
Last year

White was very good when it mattered, Blanchfield isn't in the same class. Kay also was massive.

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robt  
Last year

Thanks NBLFan,

Sydney looks good on that list. Don't know import Martin, but the rest look solid and complimentary.

NZ possibly the best roster but not convinced with Corey W coming off the bench. Not against having a stud start on the bench, I just can't see the point with Corey. He's a flat out scorer from the 2 and Patterson the best 3 in our comp. Their out-put together, as starters, would be great. Certainly rest them separately so that you can always have their presence on court. So I am putting Patterson at th3, Abercrombie to the bench and Corey W starting at the 2.

And that's probably why I have never been asked to coach!

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Anonymous  
Last year

Yeah nz

Webster
Webster
Patterson
Delany
Iverson

Weeks
NS OR LOCAL SG
Abercrombie
Trist
Loe

Li
Murray
Galloway

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Anonymous  
Last year

All the rosters except Brisbane are strong.

New Zealand are stacked, but can they play together?

Hawks a dark horse. Could be this year Taipans.

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Anonymous  
Last year

Other dp
Hawks-dent
Taipans-dufelmeier
Breakers-davidson
Kings-hutchinson
36ers-hulland

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NBL MAN  
Last year

thx robt yea isaac turner is another at sem may be sign as a dp

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Anonymous  
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Cairns and hawks look good outside chances. Inside word I'm hearing is hawks are in great shape.

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Anonymous  
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Well done for a lot of work there, but don't see Teys as a pg and McVeigh as a power forward either.

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Anonymous  
Last year

Issac turner is about 28 years old, he ain't no dp.

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NBL MAN  
Last year

Geremy McKay

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Anonymous  
Last year

Perth nees cotton to naturalise, they need that "3rd import" losing kay hurt big time!

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LV  
Last year

After reading those Im looking forward to NBL 21!

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Anonymous  
Last year

Hawks lost preseason game today to Sydney

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Anonymous  
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what game

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Perthworld  
Last year

Thought it was on the 20th? I even gave advanced notice.

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Anonymous  
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It was a closed door game. No fans or media. Kings won 74-71.

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Anonymous  
Last year

have u got any stats or squad details

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Anonymous  
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Fake news game o 20th.

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Anonymous  
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Terrico White was pretty poor last season, so thats no great loss.

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Anonymous  
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Push Scomo down the stairs?

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Anonymous  
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King will start over Djeric.

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Anonymous  
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Kay's side second last in Spanish top division, stats wise he’s struggling big time, could be back before you know it. Ruthless industry over there. Coach just sacked and new one on board but same result. I’m hoping he gets a run at it because it’s hard playing around American imports who don’t like playing team.

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NBL MAN  
Last year

and u know because u work for the kings #fakenewssssssssssssssssss

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