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NBL1 Wildcard Series

NBL1 Wildcard Series

https://australia.basketball/coe-headlines-nbl1-wildcard-series/

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Gaze says hi  
Earlier this year

Does this mean that the Championship team from each of five conferences go to Nationals plus a whims card team which is the top team from the sixth conference ?

What happens if Norwood Men win the Central & the sixth conference ?

Does that mean the next highest team in the sixth conference attend.

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koberulz  
Earlier this year

Yeah, this is weird. Not to mention we're now picking playoff teams before the season even starts.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

It's designed to get the COE competitive games against the best in the country rather than them playing in the NBL1 East dogsh*t league. Nothing more, nothing less

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Cram  
Earlier this year

Ok, I dont get it. Each team only plays against the CoE once but somehow one of those teams is declared champion?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Top four or next available teams from last season were invited

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Cram  
Earlier this year

"The Wildcard Series joins the five state conferences NBL1 North, NBL1 East, NBL1 South, NBL1 Central and NBL1 West in 2022. The top teams from all five NBL1 State Conferences of the prior year will be given the opportunity to play the CoE in a one-off game, with 20 men's and 16 women’s games to be played in 2022.

Four men’s teams from each conference and four women’s teams from NBL1 North, NBL1 South and NBL1 West, plus two women’s teams from NBL1 Central and NBL1 East, will contest the CoE. The team that finishes on top of the NBL1 Wildcard"

To me this just reads as each team plays the CoE once and therefore its just who beats them by the most gets the wildcard?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

So CoE travel around the country for these games? Or they are all held over a couple week block tournament style?

If I was a club in North QLD or WA etc not keen to pay 20k to travel to CoE to play them once. What benefit?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

some of these teams won't even be competitive any more after roster or coaching changes. why wouldnt they base it off the coming NBL1 season?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

#556 - Smack them by 50 and hope none of the other teams that play them from same conference beat them by more and your in, as long as you make playoffs in the 2022 season otherwise next best goes through.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

"It's designed to get the COE competitive games against the best in the country rather than them playing in the NBL1 East dogsh*t league."

The CoE played in the SEABL and pretty sure went winless in their last season there. So what was your point?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Waratah is trash. And COE played nowhere last year and sucked internationally.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Stupid, I keep saying

Put Coe(australia u17-u19) and global in nbl1 east, might take a few seasons for east to get more talented though.



Need

U19 south npp (vic/tas)
U19 central npp (sa)
U19 west npp (wa)
U19 east npp (nsw/act)
U19 north npp (qld/nt)

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