A HOOPS SNEAK PEAK: Birdseye View of Wildcats Open Training

To say Wildcats fans have been ‘blessed’ by the team’s envious NBL history, would be understating the obvious. Since the kiss of success first wet their lips in 1987, winning every year without fail has become ingrained in this organisation. The winning culture and the vibe it instils, permeates everyone in Wildcat country: the players, staff, […]

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I’m Sorry for Being a Bully

Travis, Buddy,mate… Thanks to your way over the top reaction to my little ball-to-head tap, I was suspended for two games today. Two games? There was nothing in it though mate. I know you don’t care because you bunch o’ snakes lost but we BIG hairy wild cats are in the Grand Final man. I […]

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Not all doom and gloom. In fact, Perth could be better without Knight.

Matty Knight is injured again, only this time he’s likely done for the year. At best, he needs many weeks to recuperate his whole body. Sombre news indeed, for the Wildcat faithful. On the surface, the Tasmanian is averaging 11.7PPG and 6.9RPG, in this 2016/17 back-to-back campaign. Both marks are around his career averages. They’re […]

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Wildcats’ Woes: Back-to-back was never going to be easy

The 2015/16 season ended in pretty familiar fashion for the Perth Wildcats: another championship, proudly placed alongside six others in their bulging trophy cabinet. This celebrated seventh championship, solidifying and unequivocally stamping Perth’s credentials as the most successful organisation in NBL history. Having contested five of the last seven finals series and participating in thirty straight playoffs, they provide […]

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