2017/18 NBL Season/Boomers/Off-Season news


Re: 2017/18 NBL Season/Boomers/Off-Season news

Postby Gozu » Sun Sep 16, 2018 6:32 pm

Brodlach wrote:
Gozu wrote:The 36ers beat the Illawarra Hawks in a pre-season game last night in Canberra 99-81. The Sixers top scorers haven't been made available but for the Hawks Jordair Jett scored 18 points and David Andersen & Brian Conklin both scored 16.



• Wiley: 22p/2r/1s/1a
• Moore: 21p/2r/3a
• DeLeon: 16p/3r/7a/3s
• McVeigh: 10p/12r/3a/2s
• Teys: 10p/4r/2a
• Froling: 6p/5r
• Deng: 6p/8r/1a
• Doyle: 6p/2r/2a/1s
• Larkins: 2p/1a
• Thomas: 3r/1a


Some nice looking numbers and a good win without our 3 Boomers.
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Re: 2017/18 NBL Season/Boomers/Off-Season news

Postby Gozu » Mon Sep 17, 2018 12:22 am

The Sydney Kings beat the Illawarra Hawks in a pre-season game this afternoon 83-77 in Wollongong. For the Kings Brad Newley scored 17 and Jerome Randle had 15 and top scorers for the Hawks were Jordair Jett with 21 & Tim Coenraad scored 16.

Also in Boomers news Chris Goulding has returned from suspension coming back into the team at the expense of Jesse Wagstaff for tomorrow night's game against Kazakhstan in Bendigo.
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Re: 2017/18 NBL Season/Boomers/Off-Season news

Postby Gozu » Mon Sep 17, 2018 11:42 pm

The Boomers have now officially qualified for the 2019 World Cup in China after tonight's win in Bendigo against Kazakhstan.

Australia 94 (McCarron 15, Sobey 15, Johnson 14, Kay 13) def Kazakhstan 41 (Gavrilov 8 )

The NBL Blitz pre-season tournament will also start in Bendigo this Thursday before moving to Ballarat for games on Saturday & Sunday.

2018 NBL Blitz Schedule

Day 1 Bendigo Stadium, Thursday, September 20
11am, Illawarra Hawks v Brisbane Bullets
1pm, New Zealand Breakers v Perth Wildcats
5.30pm, Melbourne United v Adelaide 36ers
7.30pm, Sydney Kings v Cairns Taipans

Day 2 Ballarat Minerdome, Saturday, September 22
1pm, Cairns Taipans v Perth Wildcats
3pm, Sydney Kings v Adelaide 36ers
5:30pm, Illawarra Hawks v New Zealand Breakers
7:30pm, Melbourne United v Brisbane Bullets

Day 3 Ballarat Minerdome, Sunday, September 23
11am, New Zealand Breakers v Cairns Taipans
1pm, Brisbane Bullets v Sydney Kings
3.30pm, Adelaide 36ers v Perth Wildcats
5.30pm, Melbourne United v Illawarra Hawks

All games will be streamed live on NBL TV.
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Re: 2017/18 NBL Season/Boomers/Off-Season news

Postby Brodlach » Thu Sep 20, 2018 8:17 pm

Adelaide beat Melbourne 97-87

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Re: 2017/18 NBL Season/Boomers/Off-Season news

Postby Gozu » Thu Sep 20, 2018 11:43 pm

Day 1 results from the NBL Blitz in Bendigo:

In the first game the Illawarra Hawks comfortably beat the Brisbane Bullets 91-69. For the Hawks Jordair Jett scored 17 points and David Andersen & Tim Coenraad both had 12 and for the Bullets Jason Cadee scored 15 and Cam Bairstow added 11 points. Next up the NZ Breakers beat the Perth Wildcats 88-84 top scoring for the Breakers were Corey Webster with 24 and Tai Wesley with 16 and for the Wildcats Bryce Cotton & Jesse Wagstaff both scored 17 and Nick Kay finished with 16 points.

In the third game the 36ers looked good against defending champs Melbourne United winning 97-87. For the Sixers Adris De Leon scored 17 points and Majok Deng & Daniel Johnson both scored 16 and for United Casper Ware had 16 and Craig Moller 15. In the final game the Sydney Kings accounted for the Cairns Taipans 75-60. Leading the way for the Kings was Brad Newley with 15 and Devon Hall top scored for the Taipans with 20 points.

Media day tomorrow and then the games resume on Saturday in Ballarat.
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Re: 2017/18 NBL Season/Boomers/Off-Season news

Postby PatowalongaPirate » Fri Sep 21, 2018 5:27 pm

MITCH Creek just made his feelings about the Adelaide 36ers crystal clear, as the team continues to inflict wounds on itself.
The latest chapter of the saga began with a quote new 36ers president, Ken Cole, gave to Aussie Hoopla, a blog.

“Although we believe Mitch Creek is an NBA player and we hope is finds an opportunity to play in the NBA this season we have contacted Mitch this week and made it clear we would welcome him back to the 36ers with open arms,” Cole said.

Earlier in the month, the 36ers filed an injunction to stop Basketball Australia from approving any potential deal between Creek and the Brooklyn Nets unless the Adelaide-based team received compensation. The legal battle between Creek’s camp and the 36ers was eventually sorted.

When proposing the question, whether Creek would ever return to play for the 36ers, Creek responded:

“There is no water under the bridge for me, as for when you burn something, it cannot be repaired to how it once was,” Creek said in a Facebook post on Friday morning.

“Myself nor my agents have had no communications regarding a return, either verbally or in writing.

“To the fans, I’m sorry but I will not be returning to Adelaide to play.”

To sum up, the 36ers claim to have reached out to Creek and/or his camp regarding a potential return. Creek said he hasn’t had this sort of communication with the team.

Creek is about to enter training camp with the Nets, after signing an Exhibit 10 deal with the team. The Nets appear to have filled both of their two-way spots, so the expectation is that he’ll compete in camp, before being waived; the nature of the Exhibit 10 meaning his G-League rights would be owned by the Long Island Nets.

If the likely scenario is what manifests, and Creek spends at least 60 days with the G-League affiliate, then he’ll receive a $50,000 bonus. If he chooses to sign overseas, then he would forgo that bonus.The Brooklyn Nets were among the teams Creek worked out for in June, but he chose to spend the Summer League with the Dallas Mavericks, averaging 6.8 points and 5.2 rebounds per game, in 17.9 minutes a contest.

Creek led the 36ers to the NBL Championship series, where they ultimately fell to Melbourne United, with the 26-year-old averaging 14.8 points, 6.0 rebounds, 2.5 assists and, 1.2 steals per game, over 31 games.
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Re: 2017/18 NBL Season/Boomers/Off-Season news

Postby MW » Fri Sep 21, 2018 5:37 pm

Are we sure the Crows didn't acquire the 36ers after all? Fair dinkum...what a balls up
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Re: 2017/18 NBL Season/Boomers/Off-Season news

Postby Brodlach » Fri Sep 21, 2018 5:38 pm

They did! The curse has carried over
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Re: 2017/18 NBL Season/Boomers/Off-Season news

Postby Gozu » Fri Sep 21, 2018 5:49 pm

Brodlach wrote:They did! The curse has carried over


They looked into it but decided to buy the Bite baseball team instead.
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Re: 2017/18 NBL Season/Boomers/Off-Season news

Postby Brodlach » Fri Sep 21, 2018 5:53 pm

Gozu wrote:
Brodlach wrote:They did! The curse has carried over


They looked into it but decided to buy the Bite baseball team instead.

Really, well there you go.
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Re: 2017/18 NBL Season/Boomers/Off-Season news

Postby Gozu » Sat Sep 22, 2018 5:54 pm

Another good win for the 36ers today beating the Kings 98-91.
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Re: 2017/18 NBL Season/Boomers/Off-Season news

Postby Gozu » Sun Sep 23, 2018 12:02 am

NBL Blitz Day 2 results in Ballarat.

First up the Perth Wildcats thumped the Cairns Taipans 99-78. For the Wildcats Terrico White scored 19 and Bryce Cotton had 17 and for the Taipans Melo Trimble scored 17 points and DJ Newbill added 16. In the second game the 36ers beat the Sydney Kings 98-91. For the Sixers Jacob Wiley led the way with 19 and Daniel Johnson had 16 and for the Kings Brad Newley finished with 19 whilst Deng Deng added 14.

In the third game the Illawarra Hawks beat the NZ Breakers 104-90 with Tim Coenraad scoring 21 and Cedric Jackson had 14 for the Hawks and for the Breakers Armani Moore scored 18 points and Jarrad Weeks added 16. In the final game Melbourne United defeated the Brisbane Bullets 96-90. For United Casper Ware scored 15 and David Barlow and Mitch McCarron both had 14 and for the Bullets Jason Cadee had 16 and Cam Gliddon added 15 points.
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Re: 2017/18 NBL Season/Boomers/Off-Season news

Postby Gozu » Sun Sep 23, 2018 11:10 pm

Final day at the NBL Blitz and success for the 36ers.

In the first game the Cairns Taipans beat the NZ Breakers 96-89. For the Taipans DJ Newbill scored 24 points and Melo Trimble scored 23 for the Breakers Patrick Richard scored 23 and Armani Moore added 17. In the second game the Brisbane Bullets defeated the Sydney Kings 70-60 with Cam Gliddon scoring 20 and Cam Bairstow adding 14 for the Bullets and for the Kings Brian Bowen scored 16 and Kyle Adnam had 15.

In the third game the 36ers handled the Perth Wildcats 108-90. For the Sixers Anthony Drmic scored 28 points and Adris De Leon had 23 points for the Wildcats Bryce Cotton scored 29 points and squad member Sunday Dech added 16. In the final game Melbourne United beat the Illawarra Hawks 88-82. For United Chris Goulding had 20 and David Barlow 18 and for the Hawks Brian Conklin & Emmett Naar both scored 17 points.

Loggins-Bruton Cup winners: Adelaide 36ers

Ray Borner Medalist (Blitz MVP): Bryce Cotton

The 36ers play their only home pre-season game on Tuesday night against the Cairns Taipans before departing for the US to play the Utah Jazz.
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Re: 2017/18 NBL Season/Boomers/Off-Season news

Postby heater31 » Mon Sep 24, 2018 8:19 am

Gozu wrote:The 36ers play their only home pre-season game on Tuesday night against the Cairns Taipans before departing for the US to play the Utah Jazz.


Broadcast details available for the 36ers v Jazz yet?
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Re: 2017/18 NBL Season/Boomers/Off-Season news

Postby Gozu » Mon Sep 24, 2018 8:41 pm

heater31 wrote:
Gozu wrote:The 36ers play their only home pre-season game on Tuesday night against the Cairns Taipans before departing for the US to play the Utah Jazz.


Broadcast details available for the 36ers v Jazz yet?


Saturday 6th October 9:30am on NBL TV & NBA League Pass

All NBL x NBA games live on ESPN & NBA League Pass and delayed on NBL TV except the 36ers game not on ESPN.

Sat 29th Sep 8:30am - Melbourne at Philadelphia

Sun 30th Sep 10:30am - Perth at Utah

Mon 1st Oct 2:00pm - Sydney at LA Clippers

Thu 4th Oct 12:30pm - NZ Breakers at Phoenix

Sat 6th Oct 8:30am - Melbourne at Toronto

Sat 6th Oct 9:30am - Adelaide at Utah

Sat 6th Oct 10:30am - Perth at Denver

Edit: Only the 36ers game will be live on NBL TV all of the other games shown on delay on NBL TV.
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Re: 2017/18 NBL Season/Boomers/Off-Season news

Postby Gozu » Tue Sep 25, 2018 11:26 pm

In a pre-season game tonight the 36ers beat the Cairns Taipans 99-75. For the Sixers Anthony Drmic scored 16 points and Jacob Wiley added 13 and for the Taipans Rob Loe & Melo Trimble both scored 16 points.

Also the Brisbane Bullets have announced they've signed third import Nnanna Egwu as temporary injury cover for Matt Hodgson & Will Magnay. Egwu will play in the Bullets final pre-season game on Sunday and will remain with the team until the start of the regular season on October 11th pending the return to fitness of Hodgson & Magnay. The 6'11" centre played the last two seasons for the Cairns Taipans and during the off-season played for the Detroit Pistons in the NBA Summer League.

https://www.brisbanebullets.com.au/news ... ne-bullets
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Re: 2017/18 NBL Season/Boomers/Off-Season news

Postby Gozu » Fri Sep 28, 2018 12:01 am

Melbourne United have announced they've signed former NBA big man Cory Jefferson as an injury replacement for Josh Boone for the NBL x NBA game against the Philadelphia 76ers on Saturday morning. Jefferson has previously played for Brooklyn & Phoenix and United are hopeful Boone will be fit for their next game against Toronto.

In some surprising news the NBL have announced they're partnering with UniSport Australia to start up a university basketball league consisting of men's and women's university teams from around the country.

http://nbl.com.au/news/article/universi ... lian-sport
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Re: 2017/18 NBL Season/Boomers/Off-Season news

Postby Gozu » Sun Sep 30, 2018 12:06 am

In the first NBL x NBA game this year the Philadelphia 76ers beat Melbourne United 104-84. For the 76ers Joel Embiid had 20 points & 10 boards, Markelle Fultz scored 14 points and Ben Simmons had 8 points, 8 boards and 14 assists. For United Alex Pledger had 19 points & 13 boards, Casper Ware also scored 19 and David Barlow and Chris Goulding both scored 13 points.

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Re: 2017/18 NBL Season/Boomers/Off-Season news

Postby Brodlach » Sun Sep 30, 2018 11:11 am

From the NBL

BIG news for @Adelaide36ers fans and NBL lovers in general with their match up against the @utahjazz to be LIVE on @9Go on Saturday next week
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Re: 2017/18 NBL Season/Boomers/Off-Season news

Postby Gozu » Mon Oct 01, 2018 12:00 am

Unfortunately not a good performance today with the Utah Jazz flogging the Perth Wildcats 130-72. Top scorers for the Jazz were Grayson Allen with 19 points, Alec Burks with 18 and Rudy Gobert had 14 points and for the Wildcats Bryce Cotton scored 14, Terrico White had 11 and Nick Kay 10. Hopefully the Kings put in a better showing against the Clippers tomorrow.



Also in an NBL pre-season game today the Illawarra Hawks beat the Brisbane Bullets 101-90 on the Sunshine Coast. For the Hawks Brian Conklin and AJ Ogilvy both scored 19 points and for the Bullets Jason Cadee scored 26 and Alonzo Gee had 22 points.
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