2019-20 NBL Season + Off-season news


Re: 2019-20 NBL Season + Off-season news

Postby Gozu » Thu Jan 07, 2021 10:55 pm

The Tasmania JackJumpers have announced the signing of their inaugural head coach Scott Roth current Perth Wildcats assistant coach and former NBA player and NBA assistant coach too.

https://nbl.com.au/news/tasmania-jackju ... head-coach

Also the 36ers have announced the signing of Owen Hulland as a development player for this season. The 7'0" F/C impressed in pre-season games against the Bullets and had been playing his college ball at the University of Hawaii.

https://nbl.com.au/news/36ers-add-owen- ... ent-player
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Re: 2019-20 NBL Season + Off-season news

Postby DOC » Thu Jan 07, 2021 11:44 pm

7 footers (who can play) are a rare commodity.

Think the season is in jeopardy. Fingers crossed.
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Re: 2019-20 NBL Season + Off-season news

Postby Gozu » Sun Jan 10, 2021 12:15 am

The NBL have announced a revised schedule for Round 1 with all games to take place in SA & QLD.

ROUND 1

Friday January 15
Adelaide 36ers v Melbourne United, Adelaide Entertainment Centre, 7.30pm

Saturday January 16
Brisbane Bullets v TBC, Nissan Arena, 5.30pm (TBC)

Cairns Taipans v Sydney Kings, Cairns Pop-Up Arena, 8pm

Sunday January 17
Adelaide 36ers v South East Melbourne Phoenix, Adelaide Entertainment Centre, 3pm

Monday January 18
Cairns Taipans v The Hawks, Cairns Pop-Up Arena, 7.30pm

All times are AEDT. Games will be broadcast on SBS VICELAND, ESPN, SBS On Demand, SKY Sport and Twitch.

Also tonight in the final pre-season game the Cairns Taipans beat the Adelaide 36ers 96-88 in Cairns. Top scorers for the Taipans were Kouat Noi with 22 points and Cameron Oliver with 21 and for the Sixers Donald Sloan scored 24 and Daniel Johnson added 19 points.
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