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Are You Sleeping on OKC?

Are You Sleeping on OKC?

Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors’ bloody disregard for humanity has caused a blackout upon the rest of the NBA whereby top-flight teams have become a mere cute sideshow. Never have we seen a defending champion elicit such potent tremors through enemy camps. The Cavs fired its coach, Blake Griffin punched an equipment manager, Doc Rivers the GM tossed… Read more →

Ebi Ere on His Return to Form, the 36ers’ Title Chances & Finishing His Career in the NBL

Ebi Ere on His Return to Form, the 36ers’ Title Chances & Finishing His Career in the NBL

 The year was 2007. The Brisbane Bullets were playing the Sydney Kings in an early season heavyweight clash at the Sydney Entertainment Centre. Sam Mackinnon controlled the ball at the top of the key for the Bullets, defended closely by Sydney’s Russell Hinder. Mackinnon drove left and put up a running shot attempt with his right hand. Then it happened…. Read more →

NBL Round 17 Winners & Losers: Ebi Is Back, Holt Heats Up & Randle Goes Down

NBL Round 17 Winners & Losers: Ebi Is Back, Holt Heats Up & Randle Goes Down

A photo posted by CTI Melbourne United (@melbunited) on Jan 29, 2016 at 3:36pm PST WINNERS Ebi Ere “Allow me to re-introduce myself.” – Ebi Ere, Saturday January 30 2016 What @adamgibson_1 said.#hardball@Adelaide36ers @NBL @FoxBasketball @EbiTheGreat23 pic.twitter.com/jVMBOZO9m6 — #TheLockerRoom (@DT_LockerRoom) January 31, 2016   Melbourne United & Stephen Holt This week Melbourne snatched back top spot, completed the toughest task… Read more →

We Need to Talk About Marcus

We Need to Talk About Marcus

Marcus Thornton’s season has been inglorious. His team is last on the ladder, he’s shooting 36.6 percent from the field and he was the victim in the Illawarra beer-pouring incident. The Sydney Kings’ import guard joined the team after averaging 20 points per game in his senior college season and being drafted in 2015 by the Boston Celtics. Despite those… Read more →

NBL Round 16 Winners & Losers: Randle Rampage, Circus Shots & NZ Breaking

NBL Round 16 Winners & Losers: Randle Rampage, Circus Shots & NZ Breaking

WINNERS Jerome Randle To quote Downtown’s Editor-in-Chief, “Jerome Randle told us seven weeks ago, we just weren’t listening.” Randle had MVP promise from day one, but this week the gap between the Sixers star and the pack was so large you could’ve flown a plane through it. Randle was firing from the get go against Sydney on Wednesday night. As… Read more →

Fantasy Basketball: Music of the Traffic – Week 14

Fantasy Basketball: Music of the Traffic – Week 14

The NBA All-Star Starters were announced this week and as always, there was plenty of discussion around how fan voting impacts those players who are truly deserving of a roster spot. Your 2016 NBA All-Star Game starters… https://t.co/39Tg3pRqyC pic.twitter.com/JpTtyhRNFq — ESPN (@espn) January 22, 2016 This year, Kobe Bryant’s farewell to the league has robbed at least one player of a… Read more →

Making the Ten: The Chris Goulding Story

Making the Ten: The Chris Goulding Story

Make no mistake, the NBL’s revival this season is as much about the personalities as it is about the standard of play. They’re the reason why stadiums are filling up across the country and why we tune in to Fox Sports five nights a week to catch the action. There is no bigger personality than Melbourne United guard Chris Goulding…. Read more →

Everybody Loves Kevin Lisch

Everybody Loves Kevin Lisch

The Illawarra Hawks found themselves in a world of trouble on Sunday afternoon. Down 11 midway through the fourth quarter in New Zealand, the Hawks had lost offensive destroyers Kirk Penney and Oscar Forman to injury and foul trouble respectively. AJ Ogilvy soon joined them. Kevin Lisch was the only man capable of digging the Hawks out of their seemingly… Read more →

D3lly!

D3lly!

Matthew Dellavedova’s performances in the 2015 NBA playoffs didn’t just give people ammunition for criticisms about his style and enable a highlight-worthy duel with Stephen Curry. They also underlined the imperfections in his outside shooting. But after converting on 31.6 percent of three-pointers during the last postseason, Dellavedova is shooting 43.2 percent on triples in 2015-16. “The playoffs and Finals… Read more →

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