Camel 31
Earlier this month

36ers/Wildcats game postponed again

In line with COVID protocol.
The game will now be played on Wednesday 12th Jan at Adelaide Entertainment Centre.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

I guess the NBA scouts will have to wait another week to watch Kai "1 Point" Sotto play.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

At this point the NBL Cup wasn't such a bad idea after all.

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Luuuc  
Earlier this month

Possible COVID19 case in the @PerthWildcats camp. Only 9 players able to train today. Waiting on PCR testing for confirmation @10NewsFirstPER @10SportAU

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

What do you do when you're not trolling Sotto? Other than licking the salt off chicken crimpies of course...

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

Butt hurt filipino lol

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

Do they have chicken crimpies in the Phillipines?

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Dawest Dabest  
Earlier this month

Chicken Crimpies is the Fila President no?

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Frogmanbaby  
Earlier this month

Can someone let ESPN know? They're still advertising it as this Friday.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

Some sides will need a preseason before they get back on the court, no games for weeks, hawks being a prime example.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

So this game will get pushed again then? If Perth now get confirmed they have to move it for sure right. It's so annoying, had time off from work could see 3 or 4 games no stress and now no doubt they will all be jammed in mid work week. Bubble might really be best for everyone, or comp at least.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

"no games for weeks," He won't make that much difference :)

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

Not sure a bubble is gonna help this time. Only safe place to hold it would be WA and we all know they're never going to allow that. A bubble in any other state may actually be counter productive with so many players close to each other. If Covid gets in it could decimate teams.

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koberulz  
Earlier this month

You're describing a hub, not a bubble. They need a bubble.

But even if they just have a hub, everyone being in one location makes it a lot easier to deal with rescheduling games, playing them in quick succession, etc, so we don't have teams going a month without getting on the floor.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this month

Perth might be the reason just saying

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