Anonymous
Last year

Earnest Ross to bearcats

NBL1 | NBL1 Player Signing

The West Adelaide Basketball Club are thrilled to announce the signing of Earnest Ross Jr to our NBL1 Men's program!

After graduating from the University of Missouri in 2014, Earnest moved to Australia to begin his professional career, joining the Perth Wildcats for the 2014-15 NBL season.

Following an injury interrupted NBL season, Earnest was drafted by the Santa Cruz Warriors of the NBA G-League.

Since then, Earnest has also starred in the New Zealand NBL, Danish Basketligaen, Qatar Basketball League and Australian leagues, the SEABL and SBL (now NBL1 South and NBL1 West respectively).

Most recently, Earnest participated in the NBA G-League with the South Bay Lakers.

Ross is a key piece for the Bearcats as we embark on our inaugural season in the NBL1 Central, which also marks the club’s 75th year.

We hope to see you at the Port supporting our Men’s and Women’s team in our opening round versus Centrals on Saturday night, April 10.

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Anonymous  
Last year

He played in the SEABL for who?

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Anonymous  
Last year

Ballarat.

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Perth fan.  
Last year

Journeyman always land somewhere.

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Anonymous  
Last year

West must have deep pockets to compete with the player payments offered in the West and Victoria

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Anonymous  
Last year

I have only seen him in his short nbl career. Can someone who has seen him in SBL or SEABL give a rundown of the type of player he is. How good will he be in the SA league?

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Anonymous  
Last year

He's going to be in for a shock.

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Anonymous  
Last year

A shock how? At how easily he will dominate the league?

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Anonymous  
Last year

I've heard of an Ernest Ross but not of an Earnest Ross!!

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Anonymous  
Last year

ross will dominante the lowly central league

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Suxxer Fan  
Last year

Going on the few times I saw him play in SBL my opinion is that he is capable, has huge ego, easily upset with a bit physicality, and easily distracted. He could do things few SBL players are able to do but not consistently. He played in a team full of massive egos who were able to display remarkably consistent choking in big games behavior over a number of years.

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Anonymous  
Last year

Sounds list West now join Forestville, Norwood and South as top four teams

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Anonymous  
Last year

Any other late additions to other clubs that haven't been playing reserves?

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Anonymous  
Last year

Selfish in one word

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Anonymous  
Last year

Would've been a great stage for West if guys like DeSantis, Thomas, Kubank and Co were still around.

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Anon  
Last year

If guys still around.. so wouldeagles if there guys still around.. l

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Jock  
Last year

Don't think Forestville will be as dominate as they have been in the past. Looks like Simo will have to prove he's a real coach without an endless budget and cheque book to buy a premiership?

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