- 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...
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) ...
It’s time for another trip inside the Australian basketball “Way-Back” machine when Dan Boyce interviews former Perth Wildcats, Melbourne Tigers and Cairns Taipans triple-double machine, Rashad Tucker.
Rashad exploded on to the NBL scene in 2003 when the Perth Wildcats added him to their roster as a mid-season replacement. He played well in his debut, but it was when Ricky Grace went down with an injury that Tucker took control of the team and the point guard spot and recorded six triple-doubles in one NBL season.
A 20-man Boomers squad has been named to participate in a training camp which coach Andrej Lemanis will use to select a team for the FIBA Asia Cup to be held in Lebanon from August 8-20.
With the timeframe not allowing any of our, NBA stars the opportunity to participate the squad the team has been made up from our Boomers stars from Rio who are now playing in the NBL like Chris Goulding and David Andersen and players who have stood out to Boomers coaching staff over the previous 18 months.
It’s an exciting episode for Melbourne and Adelaide NBL hoops tragics who like to remember the ‘roaring 90’s’ when we reminisce with current Basketball Australia’s General Manager (WNBL and competitions) Paul Maley.
Our host Dan Boyce, starts off firstly by discussing what exactly his General Manager role with the WNBL involves before discussing the current state of the league. Paul gives his thoughts on the state of women’s basketball in Australia and how he plans to compete with current women’s sports like the AFLW and Women’s A-League.
“It’s more than likely he won’t be with the...