Dunkman
Last month

Cairns v kings

Adams out for the kings, Martin as well. This could even things up a bit. Kings should still get it done.

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Ben  
Last month

Poor crowd, although they may turn out for the last game against the Bullettes on the weekend.

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Dunkman  
Last month

Noi on stats sheet again but not getting any time, two games in a row. Is he injured, on the outer or saving himself for nba ?

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Dunkman  
Last month

43 all at the half. Kings without Adams are a different beast, no where near as good. Interesting game.

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Sebastian  
Last month

Martin isn't playing either champ

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Dunkman  
Last month

If you look at my first post to start the thread, it says Martin is out champ. Kings got enough bigs to cover for him. Adams is the main man champ.

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Sebastian  
Last month

That's a fat negative

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Manu Fieldel  
Last month

Ugh. Idiots ^

Anyway, weirdest NBL line-up I've seen in a while for mainstream minutes. Early third term:

Kenny
Inger
Ngatai
Djeric
McCall


And anyone surprised by Ian Clark's production shouldn't be. He was often the backbone of GSW's bench in the good years. Only just turned 31. He's a stud, would average 20+ and at least 5 assists on a team like Cairns

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Dunkman  
Last month

All kings now. Cairns have so many poor defenders. Deng, Djeric at the head of them.

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Dave Q  
Last month

Curious as to why Clark is in the NBL. Clearly can play - so surely Europe with more $$$ is the shot?

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Yup  
Last month

Clark was right time right place/covid/ I'm assuming pretty decent coin

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BeeGee  
Last month

@Dunkman - Noi on stats sheet again but not getting any time, two games in a row. Is he injured, on the outer or saving himself for nba ?

The commentators said last night he had some inflammation in his knee from flying Melbourne to Perth (or vice versa), which I thought was a bit weird, but alas.

You'd have to think Noi is gone, yeah he's decent enough on offence, but his defence is average and he's been severely injury prone.

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