2021-22 NBL Season + Off-season news


2021-22 NBL Season + Off-season news

Postby Gozu » Tue Nov 30, 2021 3:53 pm

The new NBL season starts this Friday night with a double-header Brisbane at Tasmania followed by Adelaide at Perth live from 7pm on ESPN & Kayo. Every game this season will be broadcast live on ESPN & Kayo and two games every Sunday will also air on 10 Peach & 10 Play.

Due to the fluid Covid situation the revised season schedule has only been announced for the first six rounds with the rest of the schedule to be released in due course as state border decisions are made.

Rounds 1-6:

https://nblcdn.com.au/s/nbl22-a4-schedu ... ds-1-6.pdf

Rosters:

ADELAIDE 36ers

Coach: CJ Bruton

Returning: Daniel Johnson, Isaac Humphries, Sunday Dech

In: Dusty Hannahs*, Todd Withers*, Mojave King** (Taipans), Mitch McCarron (United), Cam Bairstow (Hawks), Tad Dufelmeier (Taipans), Manny Malou, Kai Sotto, Hyrum Harris

Out: Brandon Paul*, Tony Crocker* Josh Giddey**, Jack McVeigh (JackJumpers), Keanu Pinder (Taipans), Alex Mudronja (Hawks), Jack Purchase (Wildcats), Daniel Dillon, Brendan Teys

BRISBANE BULLETS

Coach: James Duncan

Returning: Lamar Patterson*, Nathan Sobey, Jason Cadee, Anthony Drmic, Tyrell Harrison, Tanner Krebs, Tamuri Wigness

In: Robert Franks*, Isaiah Moss*, Tom Digbeu**, Jack Salt, Deng Deng (Hawks)

Out: BJ Johnson*, Matt Hodgson (Wildcats), Harry Froling (Hawks), Callum Dalton (United)

CAIRNS TAIPANS

Coach: Adam Forde

Returning: Scott Machado*, Majok Deng, Kouat Noi, Nathan Jawai, Mirko Djeric, Jordan Ngatai, Jarrod Kenny

In: Tahjere McCall*, Stephen Zimmerman*, Keanu Pinder (36ers), Bul Kuol

Out: Mojave King** (36ers), Tad Dufelmeier (36ers), Fabijan Krslovic (JackJumpers), Venky Jois, George Blagojevic

ILLAWARRA HAWKS

Coach: Brian Goorjian

Returning: Tyler Harvey*, Justinian Jessup**, Sam Froling, AJ Ogilvy, Isaac White, Emmett Naar, Daniel Grida, Akoldah Gak, Tim Coenraad

In: Antonius Cleveland*, Xavier Rathan-Mayes*, Duop Reath, Harry Froling (Bullets), Alex Mudronja (36ers)

Out: Justin Simon*, Cam Bairstow (36ers), Deng Deng (Bullets), Max Darling

MELBOURNE UNITED

Coach: Dean Vickerman

Returning: Chris Goulding, Jack White, Jo Lual-Acuil, Shea Ili, Mason Peatling, David Barlow

In: Caleb Agada*, Ariel Hukporti**, Matthew Dellavedova, Brad Newley (Kings), Dion Prewster, Callum Dalton (Bullets)

Out: Scotty Hopson*, Jock Landale, Mitch McCarron (36ers), Yudai Baba, Sam McDaniel (JackJumpers), David Andersen

NEW ZEALAND BREAKERS

Coach: Dan Shamir

Returning: Finn Delany, William McDowell-White, Tom Abercrombie, Rob Loe, Rasmus Bach, Kyrin Galloway, Isaac Davidson

In: Jeremiah Martin*, Peyton Siva*, Hugo Besson*, Ousmane Dieng**, Yanni Wetzell (Phoenix)

Out: Levi Randolph*, Colton Iverson*, Tai Webster, Corey Webster, Dan Trist

PERTH WILDCATS

Coach: Scott Morrison

Returning: Bryce Cotton*, Todd Blanchfield, Mitch Norton, Luke Travers, Majok Majok, Jesse Wagstaff, Kevin White

In: Vic Law*, Michael Frazier*, Matt Hodgson (Bullets), Jack Purchase (36ers)

Out: John Mooney*, Will Magnay (JackJumpers), Clint Steindl (JackJumpers), Jarred Bairstow (JackJumpers), Wani Swaka Lo Buluk (Kings), Tom Jervis

SOUTH-EAST MELBOURNE PHOENIX

Coach: Simon Mitchell

Returning: Mitch Creek, Ryan Broekhoff, Kyle Adnam, Cam Gliddon, Dane Pineau, Izayah Le'afa, Reuben Te Rangi

In: Xavier Munford*, Devin Thomas*, Zhou Qi, Tohi Smith-Milner

Out: Keifer Sykes*, Ben Moore*, Yanni Wetzell (Breakers), Kendall Stephens, Adam Gibson, Mike Karena

SYDNEY KINGS

Coach: Chase Buford

Returning: Jarell Martin*, Xavier Cooks, Dejan Vasiljevic, Jordan Hunter, Shaun Bruce, Tom Vodanovich, Angus Glover

In: Jaylen Adams*, RJ Hunter*, Makur Maker**, Matur Maker, Biwali Bayles, Wani Swaka Lo Buluk (Wildcats)

Out: Casper Ware*, Didi Louzada**, Craig Moller, Brad Newley (United), Daniel Kickert, Jarrad Weeks (JackJumpers)

TASMANIA JACKJUMPERS

Coach: Scott Roth

In: Josh Magette*, Josh Adams*, MiKyle McIntosh*, Nikita Mikhailovskii**, Will Magnay (Wildcats), Jack McVeigh (36ers), Clint Steindl (Wildcats), Sam McDaniel (United), Jarrad Weeks (Kings), Fabijan Krslovic (Taipans), Jarred Bairstow (Wildcats), Matt Kenyon

*Import
**Next Star player
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Re: 2021-22 NBL Season

Postby Jim05 » Fri Dec 03, 2021 11:13 pm

Got to love the hype after a few pre season games. Real stuff starts and the Sixers are trash
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Re: 2021-22 NBL Season

Postby Brodlach » Sat Dec 04, 2021 4:16 pm

Jim05 wrote:Got to love the hype after a few pre season games. Real stuff starts and the Sixers are trash

Had Dech and Sotto out injured so not all doom and gloom
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Re: 2021-22 NBL Season

Postby Jim05 » Sat Dec 04, 2021 8:02 pm

Brodlach wrote:
Jim05 wrote:Got to love the hype after a few pre season games. Real stuff starts and the Sixers are trash

Had Dech and Sotto out injured so not all doom and gloom
True but that was really poor last night
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Re: 2021-22 NBL Season

Postby Gozu » Sun Dec 05, 2021 10:13 am

To be fair Perth were missing their third import Frazier along with Blanchfield, Norton and effectively Hodgson.

With Perth missing most of their starting lineup, Sixers should've won that game comfortably.
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Re: 2021-22 NBL Season

Postby Brodlach » Sun Dec 05, 2021 1:54 pm

Hmmm
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Re: 2021-22 NBL Season

Postby Jim05 » Sun Dec 05, 2021 6:50 pm

Worse performance today. Absolutely pathetic effort
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Re: 2021-22 NBL Season

Postby Gozu » Sun Dec 05, 2021 10:01 pm

Round 1 results:

Tasmania 83 (Adams 20, Magette 19, Magnay 10) def Brisbane 74 (OT) (Sobey 24, Franks 19, Patterson 10)

Perth 85 (Law 37, Cotton 16, Travers 15) def Adelaide 73 (Johnson 22, Bairstow 15, Hannahs 10)

SE Melbourne 89 (Munford 27, Creek 19) def NZ Breakers 65 (Delany 18, Siva 11, Besson 10, Galloway 10)

Illawarra 81 (Reath 18, Jessup 17, Harvey 15, Rathan-Mayes 15) def Adelaide 71 (Bairstow 15, Humphries 13, Johnson 12, McCarron 12)

Sydney 79 (Adams 15, R. Hunter 12, Martin 12, Cooks 10) def Melbourne 74 (Lual-Acuil 12, Agada 11, Okwera 10)

Perth 90 (Cotton 31, Law 14, Zunic 13, Wagstaff 10) def Cairns 67 (Noi 17, McCall 16, Zimmerman 14)
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Re: 2021-22 NBL Season

Postby Brodlach » Sun Dec 12, 2021 4:22 pm

Handy second half after an ordinary first
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Re: 2021-22 NBL Season

Postby Gozu » Sun Dec 12, 2021 4:30 pm

Brodlach wrote:Handy second half after an ordinary first


Very handy we held the Breakers to 26 points in that second half, admittedly they had a few big names out.

Dusty Hannahs is starting find his groove too and Sixers back to 2-2 now.
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Postby Gozu » Sun Dec 12, 2021 10:40 pm

Round 2 results:

Adelaide 83 (Hannahs 15, Johnson 14, King 10) def Tasmania 80 (Steindl 22, Adams 15, Magette 11, McVeigh 10)

SE Melbourne 95 (Creek 36, Munford 17, Adnam 16) def NZ Breakers 88 (Besson 26, Delany 23, Wetzell 18, McDowell-White 11)

Illawarra 92 (Reath 27, Cleveland 19, Harvey 13, Jessup 13) def Sydney 84 (Glover 16, Cooks 14, Martin 13, Bruce 12, Swaka Lo Buluk 11)

Cairns 69 (McCall 20, Noi 17) def Tasmania 62 (Magette 19, Steindl 13)

SE Melbourne 94 (Zhou 22, Creek 16, Munford 16, Broekhoff 14, Adnam 11) def Melbourne 86 (Dellavedova 19, Lual-Acuil 17, Agada 16, Ili 14)

Adelaide 98 (Hannahs 25, Johnson 22, Withers 16, Bairstow 15) def NZ Breakers 85 (McDowell-White 27, Besson 25, Wetzell 20)

Brisbane 97 (Patterson 27, Franks 21, Sobey 19, Cadee 10, Harrison 10) def Perth 94 (2OT) (Law 29, Cotton 19, Blanchfield 14)
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Re: 2021-22 NBL Season

Postby Gozu » Wed Dec 15, 2021 8:40 pm

The NZ Breakers have signed import Chasson Randle as a temporary injury replacement for Peyton Siva who could be out for up to 8 weeks with a hamstring injury. He's a 6'2" PG who has previously played in the NBA with Philadelphia, New York, Washington, Golden State and the Orlando Magic last season.

https://nbl.com.au/news/breakers-add-ex ... eplacement

Also in other news from the fallout of the scuffle from last weekend's Phoenix vs United game Mason Peating has been given a one game suspension and numerous other players just received fines.

https://nbl.com.au/news/game-review-pan ... ngs-dec-15
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Re: 2021-22 NBL Season

Postby Gozu » Thu Dec 16, 2021 10:07 pm

Melbourne beat Sydney tonight 89-47 :shock:
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Re: 2021-22 NBL Season

Postby Brodlach » Fri Dec 17, 2021 8:20 am

Sydney missed their first 14 shots and were down 34-5 at quarter time
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Re: 2021-22 NBL Season

Postby DOC » Fri Dec 17, 2021 10:13 am

That is quite a statement
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Re: 2021-22 NBL Season

Postby Gozu » Fri Dec 17, 2021 5:27 pm

The Sydney Kings have announced that F/C Jordan Hunter will be out for the season. He hadn't played a game yet due to a finger fracture and then nearing his return sustained a foot fracture at training putting him out for four months.

https://nbl.com.au/news/jordan-hunter-r ... lar-season

Also the 36ers have announced that Filipino recruit Kai Sotto will make his NBL debut in the Sixers game at Cairns tomorrow night.
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Postby DOC » Fri Dec 17, 2021 5:52 pm

Very interested to see how he goes.
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Re: 2021-22 NBL Season

Postby Gozu » Wed Dec 22, 2021 9:42 pm

Round 3 results:

Melbourne 89 (Agada 21, Goulding 13, Lual-Acuil 11) def Sydney 47 (Cooks 12)

Illawarra 97 (Harvey 26, Jessup 21, Reath 21, Cleveland 12) def NZ Breakers 96 (2OT) (Wetzell 25,Besson 20,McDowell-White 17,Martin 14,Delany 10)

Perth 83 (Cotton 29, Wagstaff 19) def Brisbane 70 (Franks 28, Patterson 17)

Sydney 84 (Cooks 19, Glover 15, Martin 12) def SE Melbourne 73 (Creek 22, Zhou 17, Le'afa 13)

Cairns 93 (Deng 23, Zimmerman 18, Pinder 15, McCall 13) def Adelaide 67 (Hannahs 20, Humphries 12, Johnson 12)

Melbourne 83 (Goulding 21, Agada 20, Lual-Acuil 12, Hukporti 11) def NZ Breakers 60 (Delany 14, Wetzell 12)

Brisbane 96 (Sobey 17, Cadee 16, Franks 16, Harrison 14, Patterson 11) def Illawarra 92 (H. Froling 15,Reath 15,Cleveland 13,S. Froling 11,Jessup 11)

Perth 101 (Law 32, Cotton 23, Frazier 13) def Tasmania 83 (Magette 17, Adams 15)

Sydney 83 (Martin 24, Bayles 12, Cooks 12, Bruce 11) def Tasmania 71 (Steindl 15, Magette 13, McIntosh 11)
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Re: 2021-22 NBL Season

Postby Gozu » Wed Dec 22, 2021 9:45 pm

The NBL have announced the schedule for Rounds 7-9:

https://nbl.com.au/news/nbl22-rounds-7-9-announced
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Re: 2021-22 NBL Season

Postby Gozu » Thu Dec 23, 2021 9:01 am

Tonight's Illawarra vs SE Melbourne game has been postponed after the Hawks returned some positive Covid cases.

https://nbl.com.au/news/hawksphoenix-game-postponed
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