Tommy Greer and Liam Santamaria discuss all the major storylines from the opening couple of rounds of #HardBall. The boys also chat to Melbourne United star Daniel Kickert about his team’s 3-0 start and Illawarra Hawks head coach Rob Beveridge about his return to the league. All that plus BT in the Box, Studs & Duds and more. Click here to subscribe… Read more →
Corey Webster joins the podcast for an exclusive chat direct from New Orleans and the boys talk all things Perth Wildcats with CEO Nick Marvin and star recruit Nate Jawai. Webster breaks down the details of his workouts with the Pelicans and the ins and outs of his non-guaranteed NBA contract. Marvin discusses the sudden departure of Hugh Greenwood, the… Read more →
Tommy Greer, Liam Santamaria and Brett Thomas chat to Australian Boomers star Ryan Broekhoff about his European contract situation, the recent Olympic Qualifying series and his experiences playing in the NBA Summer League. Click here to subscribe via iTunes. Click here to subscribe via Stitcher. If you enjoy the show, feel free to tell the world by rating and reviewing the podcast on iTunes.
Grizz, Tizz & BT discuss the FIBA Oceania Championships between Australia and New Zealand and chat to Boomers legend David Andersen about his sensational career. Click here to subscribe via iTunes. Click here to subscribe via Stitcher. If you enjoy the show, feel free to tell the world by rating and reviewing the podcast on iTunes.
The Houston Rockets are still alive. So is their championship dream. The Rockets’ finally looked like their usual selves in yesterday’s Game 5 against the Clippers, pushing downhill offensively and attacking the rim aggressively off the dribble. Having not lost three straight games at any stage this season, Kevin McHale’s troops were not about to go down without a fight…. Read more →
‘If you were starting a new NBA franchise today, who would be your first selection in each position?’ It’s a regular debate conducted between NBA fans across the globe. Obviously, these days most players have the ability to slide through a number of different positions. Interior players in the modern game, for example, are usually PF/Cs rather than strictly one… Read more →
With the All-Star break and trade deadline now in the books and all relevant teams firmly focused on playoff seedlings, here are five of the more interesting storylines to keep an eye on during the run to the postseason. The Alpha Dog Fight in OKC Who would have thought that OKC could lose last year’s MVP to injury only… Read more →
Throughout NBA history there have been a number of extraordinary, bordering on unstoppable, moves perfected by certain individuals. Kareem terrorized the NBA with his skyhook for two decades, Tim Hardaway buckled knees with the killer crossover and The Big German patented the fade away with a knee in your throat. But what are the most unstoppable moves in the NBA… Read more →
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With the All Star break fast approaching, it’s about time we checked back in with our seven NBA Australians to see how they’re getting along. Consider this their mid-year report cards; graded on their performances as compared to our pre-season expectations. So… how did your favorite Aussie fare? Joe Ingles: A+ His late departure from the Los Angeles Clippers… Read more →