Anon
Last month

SEM using Kayo on the bench

That's [email protected]&$ing cheating if you ask me Perth coach should not have to write his play down on because he can’t let them know what he is gonna run knowing they are listening in through Kayo

Simon Mitchell is a terrible coach

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Train  
Last month

Wait, what?

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Anonymous  
Last month

Pretty sure I've seen Brisbane do something similar, one of their ass coaches wearing headphones looking at something.

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Perthworld  
Last month

Are you sure it was Kayo? It could've been the ESPN app, Foxtel Go or Twitch.

Nevertheless it is bush league.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Cricket and AFL players aren't allowed mobile phones in the dressing room because match fixing and corruption, surely someone on the bench at an NBL game wouldn't be allowed to have one either (or any internet connected device) for the exact same reason nevermind listening in on the other team's timeout.

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koberulz  
Last month

Pretty sure every team has a coach with a video feed now, they've been shown on TV looking at laptops to decide whether to challenge calls.

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Perthworld  
Last month

That makes way more sense - not so bush league after all.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Whole reason we don't hear audio from time outs in the last 2 minutes is Mitchell used a live feed when at United to hear where the opposition were planning to direct their last play.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Every team have video feed at the game, check out Luke Brennan behind Trevor Gleeson all game watching on his laptop.

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Spinner  
Last month

Hang on a minute..........we are talking about a league where the league owner also owns a team?! So as league owner he is also the employer of the umpires, the commissioner and all other league employees.

If that isn't bent, then what is?

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Anonymous  
Last month

AFL, WNBL, NBA have all owned teams within their Leagues at some point too.

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KET  
Last month

SEM used it to check if they should review a call with a coaches challenge, and they still challenged it and failed lol

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Anonymous  
Last month

When the NBL has provided a table for the coach to use at all NBL cup games, pretty sure they know that coaches are watching the feed.

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Anonymous  
Last month

# Hang on a minute..........we are talking about a league where the league owner also owns a team?! So as league owner he is also the employer of the umpires, the commissioner and all other league employees.

# If that isn't bent, then what is?



And the most successful team is??

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Anonymous  
Last month

#426 what you are implying is totally illegal and would carry a rather large jail term. Not to mention all those employees have to complete an Australian Sports Commission Integrity in Sport Program where they sign off that they will comply with all laws etc.

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koberulz  
Last month

SEM used it to check if they should review a call with a coaches challenge, and they still challenged it and failed lol
Only because the refs are incompetent.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Norton was outside the charge circle. Hardly incompetent by the refs on that call. Poor use of a challenge if SEM had in fact used the video feed to determine they should challenge the call.

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koberulz  
Last month

Norton was an hour late.

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Anonymous  
Last month

I agree with you KR but I just wonder if the only thing that was challenged was if Norton was in fact in the NCSC. If that is all that he challenged then they got it right.

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Anonymous  
Last month

I was wondering the same. Do the coaches have to specifically challenge what they think was wrong with the call?

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Anonymous  
Last month

Not a Phoenix fan, but how is it highly illegal. Immoral yes, but what law can you quote? Have to assume everything in a public area is under video surveillance, being on TV it's 100%.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Video isn't illegal...Oh my goodness. #426 was trying to imply that the league owned and run by LK is putting pressure on the referee's to rig the outcome. He/she was not commenting about the use of Kayo

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Anonymous  
Last month

They also have zero proof. The guy saved the League and gets slandered for using his own money to prop up multiple teams as well as the league itself.

Stay classy as every Hoops.

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Anonymous  
Last month

So every team has a lappie and a table and an NBL video feed. Hadn't you noticed that? I must say this season with the video reviews etc that the refs are far more accountable and so often wrong. Hmmmm.

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Jeff  
Last month

Every team gets a live feed of the game to their benches. Both Home and Away. Get over it. Been in the NBL for years.

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Jeff  
Last month

Every team gets a live feed of the game to their benches. Both Home and Away. Get over it. Been in the NBL for years.

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Mobbin  
Last month

The authorised feed excludes audio and commentary (AFL, NFL, NBA do this), if a team is accessing the media telecast for "intel" that would logically be against the rules.

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bob  
Last month

^^ the stupidity on here is beyond belief sometimes. Are we really suggesting that on the bench, during a game, with officials everywhere and the game also being televised, that instead of watching the feed which is available, courtesy of the league, to all teams, SEM are secretly (in public) watching the TV broadcast. ffs, people really are idiots

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Perthworld  
Last month

My favourite part was how OP knew exactly what streaming service SEM were allegedly using.

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KET  
Last month

None of that SBSonDemand nonsense hey

Also I was referring to SEM v 36ers for crockers initially 5th foul. Not whatever KR thinks I'm referring to.

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koberulz  
Last month

So you're saying Crocker got called for a foul and the Phoenix challenged it? What?

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KET  
Last month

The SEM v 36ers game where Connor successfully challenges a call on Crocker then later on Simon Mitchell gets annoyed asks his whatever they are called, technical assistant or something, to check on the replay then challenges a call and fails in the challenge. Which was funny because given the benefit of seeing the replay where the umpires were clearly right they still challenged.

The point clearly being, it wasn't this game and it wasn’t umpiring incompetence which made your response, as can happen with you, an entire waste of time and space!

Gotta love Kobe 'jump the gun’ Rulz, Hoops’ most tedious poster!

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koberulz  
Last month

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Anonymous  
Last month

It's KR. Nuff said

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KET  
Last month

Yup the response emphasises that point

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Anonymous  
Last month

I've noticed the use of lap-tops in the past. When I spoke to someone associated with an NBL team he said they use it to get ideas from this site as to what instructions to give during a time out. It's like a team having a thousand assistant coaches so I don't think that's a problem.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Unless posts have been deleted, you didn't make a lot of sense in what you were saying KET.

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Perthworld  
Last month

I've noticed the use of lap-tops in the past. When I spoke to someone associated with an NBL team he said they use it to get ideas from this site as to what instructions to give during a time out. It's like a team having a thousand assistant coaches so I don't think that's a problem.

There is also a messaging portal on those devices to ask me for direct advice. On a more serious note an indoor gridiron league in the US launched this year which utilises this sort of engagement:

Fan Controlled Football is a 7-on-7 indoor football league where the players run the plays that the fans call. Every play, the fans of the offensive team get to vote on what play to run. The play with the most votes wins.

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