Category Archives: NBL

News From Around the National Basketball League

New Podcast: Review of the Sydney Kings Rookie Camp

The Sydney Kings held their second annual Rookie Camp over the past two days where they were able to get a close look at a very talented group of national and international prospects, all vying for a developmental player spot with the team.   Players participated in a number of measurement and assessment drills in front of Kings coach Andrew Gaze and Lanard Copeland, as well as established...
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Terrance Ferguson Scouting Report

Terrance Ferguson

  Height – 201cm (6’7”) Weight – 84kg (184lbs) Age – 19 years old High School – Advanced Prep International (Texas) Professional Team – Adelaide 36ers (NBL, Australia) 2016-17 NBL Statistics – 15.2mpg, 4.6ppg, 1.1rpg, 0.6apg, 0.3bpg, 0.2spg  

Overview

After turning down a college scholarship at Arizona for a year playing professionally in Australia, Terrance Ferguson now has his sights set on the...
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The Greatest “Modern Era” NBL Career Records

Before the 2009-10 season, the NBL decided to move in line with FIBA and shorten the playing length of games from 48 to 40 minutes per game.   This move has made the game a much more attractive product to families and TV stations but ultimately has changed the landscape of the league’s all-time single game performances with current NBL stars having at least eight minutes less...
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Sydney Kings sign Perry Ellis to stock up small forward spot.

THE Sydney Kings’ stocks for next season have been given a massive boost with the signing of former US college star forward Perry Ellis.   The Kings' first import signing for their upcoming campaign, Ellis will bring tremendous versatility, an outstanding work ethic and unquestioned leadership skills to the roster as club management and coaching staff look to improve on last year's 13 win season.   Ellis played 144 games in his four years...
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NBL Off-Season Review Podcast

With a flurry of free agent activity already going on Aussie Hoopla host Dan Boyce gathered together a group of the talented team of writers from aussiehoopla.com to analysis the new signings for each NBL team, what player rumours are still circulating amongst the league and look further into what head coaches have said they need from their imports next season.   Firstly Dan introduces the writing...
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The Greatest “Modern Era” NBL Single Season Performances

Before the 2009-10 season, the NBL decided to move in line with FIBA and shorten the playing length of games from 48 to 40 minutes per game.   This move has made the game a much more attractive product to families and TV stations but ultimately has changed the landscape of the league’s all-time single game performances with current NBL stars having at least eight minutes less...
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Stephen Holt and Daniel Kickert agree to play with the Brisbane Bullets

Former Melbourne United duo Stephen Holt and Daniel Kickert appear set to team up once again after Bleacher Report's David Pick tweeted today both players will sign with the Brisbane Bullets.   Kickert signed a multi-year...
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The Greatest “Modern Era” NBL Single Game Performances

Before the 2009-10 season, the NBL decided to move in line with FIBA and shorten the playing length of games from 48 to 40 minutes per game.   This move has made the game a much more attractive product to families and TV stations but ultimately has changed the landscape of the league's all-time single game performances with current NBL stars having at least eight minutes less...
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