I also think Waardenburg has signed elsewhere. I find it hard pressed to believe that the Breakers would go into the season with five locals at the big spots without an impact big.
Considering I thought Vodanovich's time with the Breakers had ended with the booze up on the Perth flight, I'm glad to see him back. His issue two years ago was his conditioning - here's hoping two years in Sydney (and two years munching NZNBL talent from all quarters) has also remedied that part.
I suspect Rasmus Bach is back to be a backup guard. In which case, we're looking for four roles:
1. An import 4 who can slide to the 5, interior scorer type. Robert Franks comes to mind.
2. Playmaking wing who can play the 4 in closing lineups with Abercrombie in the 6th man/closing role. Scotty Hopson anyone?
3. Combo guard scorer who can play off-ball next to WMW, who's looking for him to score. Taller Corey Webster.
4. A local, reliable backup PG who is likely third-string in minutes behind WMW and the import scorer. Trusty hand - Jarrod Kenny is the #1, #2 and #3 choice here.
Considering Rob Loe was in the doghouse due to his exit for personal reasons, there's a lot on his shoulders for 22-23 in a possible rotation:
Loe / Timmins
Import / Vodanovich
Import / Abercrombie / Fotu
Import / Bach
WMW / Kenny