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December 2,2016

White line fever & friendship

Whatever you do, do not get in the middle of an Andrew Gaze and Lanard Copeland... Read More

November 30,2016

Weekly News Preview for Round 9

We preview the round ahead in the closest season we’ve... Read More

November 29,2016

Weekly News Wrap from Round 8

Round 8 had everything from massive dunks to three point winners, while every... Read More

November 29,2016

Above the Rim from Round 8

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November 29,2016

Round 8 Top 10 Plays

Counting down the Top 10 Plays of Round 8 was not as easy task. So many... Read More

November 29,2016

Beyond the Arc in Round 8

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NBL 2016/17 Ladders

Team P W L %
Sydney Kings 14 8 6 103.67055
Illawarra Hawks 13 7 6 102.50896
Brisbane Bullets 13 7 6 101.1236
Cairns Taipans 12 6 6 99.79253
Adelaide 36ers 12 6 6 95.92199
Melbourne United 13 6 7 100.74766
Perth Wildcats 13 6 7 98.96811
New Zealand Breakers 14 6 8 97.56296

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Points Per Game

CasperWare
Melbourne United
22.00
Jerome Randle Adelaide 36ers 20.55
Casey Prather Perth Wildcats 20.15
Brad Newley Sydney Kings 18.69
Kevin Lisch Sydney Kings 17.58

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Assists Per Game

DavidStockton
New Zealand Breakers
5.60
Ben Woodside New Zealand Breakers 5.50
Cedric Jackson Melbourne United 5.11
Jerome Randle Adelaide 36ers 4.64
Damian Martin Perth Wildcats 4.33

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Rebounds Per Game

TorreyCraig
Brisbane Bullets
9.00
Greg Whittington Sydney Kings 8.31
Daniel Johnson Adelaide 36ers 7.38
Andrew Ogilvy Illawarra Hawks 7.23
Cameron Bairstow Brisbane Bullets 7.00

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Steals Per Game

KevinLisch
Sydney Kings
2.17
Damian Martin Perth Wildcats 1.83
Greg Whittington Sydney Kings 1.69
Torrey Craig Brisbane Bullets 1.69
Marvelle Harris Illawarra Hawks 1.50

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More News

United hit stride in statement win

Melbourne United have won their third match in a row, their resurgence continuing through a 98-74 victory over the New Zealand Breakers at Hisense Arena on Sunday afternoon. In front of a sold-out crowd of 10,300 people, United pulled away... Read More

Melbourne United v NZ Breakers Game Preview

Melbourne United v New Zealand Breakers When: 3pm (AEDT), Sunday 4 December Where: Hisense Arena, Melbourne Broadcast:... Read More

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Taming the inner beast

For as long as he can remember, Josh Powell has never been the type of guy to back down. Whether it was on the football... Read More

Sixers shut down ‘Cats in OT heart-stopper

The Adelaide 36ers have withstood nothing short of a miracle comeback from the Perth Wildcats to complete their third... Read More

Trice, Taipans survive Craig second-half blitz

A gut-busting performance from a former Taipan was not enough for Brisbane to pull off an unlikely win, with Cairns... Read More

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Adelaide 36ers v Perth Wildcats Game Preview

Adelaide 36ers v Perth Wildcats When: 7.30pm (AEDT), Saturday 3 December Where: Titanium Security Arena, Adelaide... Read More

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