- Wow, Melbourne United and Team China sell-out a stadium in July? (03:00)
- William McDowell-White signs with German squad (5:30)
- Why haven't Melbourne United signed Rhys Carter yet? (9:00)
- A look at future top #3 pick Mohamed Bamba who is touring down under with Texas University...
Just a day after announcing that star import Casey Prather won’t be coming back for a shot at a three-peat next season, the Perth Wildcats have today announced the signing of 25 year-old Devondrick Walker out of the NBA G-League.
What we know of Walker so far, is that he’s a 6’5 wing who specialises in knocking down the three-ball, and that he’s fresh off winning...
Dan Boyce sits down with multiple winner of the NBL's writer of the year, Boti Nagy to discuss what's happening across the Aussie Hoops landscape. Topics include;
- Aron Baynes becoming a member of the Boston Celtics (07:30)
- How summer league is bigger and more important than ever before to both the NBA and NBL (10:00) ...
The 2017 NBA season is done and dusted. The Golden State Warriors won another title, and look like they will at the top in perpetuity.
So where does that leave you, a fan of one of the other twenty-nine NBA teams? Sure, you can join the Warriors’ bandwagon; they’re a more likable version of the Monstars. If you ask nicely, I am sure somebody will let you on.
However, I get it. You want to keep half an eye on a competitive league. You want to follow a team that can make the playoffs. You want to follow a team who can provide a slight shed of sunlight into your basketball fandom. And most importantly, you only want to follow a team for twenty-eight regular season games.
You know, because following the Grizzlies to a .500 season is still important too. You’re only keeping half an eye on it after all.
So, somewhat disgruntled NBA fan, I introduce you to the Australian NBL. We are already well into the offseason. The time is right to jump on board.
Click the image to find out which NBL team is right for you.