Peter
Last month

Gaze Family documentary 20 June

channel 9 and 9Now air airing a Gaze Family documentary on 20 June.

Should be a good watch.

https://nbl.com.au/news/gaze-documentary-comes-to-channel-9

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Cram  
Last month

Where did this come from? Who put it together?

Can't wait to see it

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Peter  
Last month

There is a trailer attached in the link

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Dunkman  
Last month

Hopefully a good watch but channel 9, doesn't give me confidence.

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Perthworld  
Last month

Good to see lead-in Olympic Games content that is basketball-related however let's hope it's not produced by the A Current Affair team.

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AntAntAnt  
Last month

This was really good.

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Billo  
Last month

Good Doco on the Gazes.
Incredible and wonderful family who have done the Tigers and Australia proud. The highest quality people.

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Peter  
Last month

It was very good.

Didn't realise Lindsay Gaze never got paid anything to play or coach.

They certainly had a huge impact on basketball in Australia and are a very humble family.

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LC  
Last month

This was VERY good. Great to see the Gaze family legacy documented. Great work to everyone involved.

Would have also loved to see:
- more WC/Olympic content (cost prohibitive perhaps?)
- nod to the Opals (they would not have been as good without the underpinning work of Lindsay Gaze and stadium/court development he drove in VIC)
- Gaze shoes anyone - he was the first (and only) NBL player with his own shoes?!!
- Tigers 'rebrand' to United which was conveniently 'overlooked' given it was essentially an NBL produced documentary.

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Perthworld  
Last month

- Gaze shoes anyone - he was the first (and only) NBL player with his own shoes?!!

Not mentionable when they fall apart on-court.

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Big Ads  
Last month

Other NBL players to have their own shoe lines include Matthew Dellavedova (Peak Dellys) and LaMelo Ball (Puma MB's/Big Baller Brand), but certainly the 1st NBL player.

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