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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Is it time for the NBL to think bigger?

The National Basketball League (NBL) has experienced an unexpected and certainly welcomed renaissance since Executive Director Larry Kestelman took majority control in May 2015. The demise or merging of 30 plus teams since the leagues inception in 1979 had left an indelible stench, a stain that appeared nearly impossible to overcome for many. League administrators all too often […]

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A Picture Paints a Thousand Words

I was watching the recent Houston Rockets game last night and given the recent James Harden hubbub about his total lack of defensive intensity and wherewithal , I simply had to put pen to paper so to speak. Though the Rockets finally over ran and won against the depleted New Orleans Pelicans, I couldn’t help but notice a number […]

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