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AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - DECEMBER 08: The Bullets walk off the court at a timeout during the round 10 NBL match between the New Zealand Breakers and the Brisbane Bullets at Vector Arena on December 8, 2016 in Auckland, New Zealand.  (Photo by Anthony Au-Yeung/Getty Images) Brisbane Bullets / May 29th, 2017

Brisbane Bullets #NBL17 Season Review

The return of the Bullets after an eight year absence was a highlight for all NBL fans, and Brisbane put the league on notice in the first half of last season with some stunning performances. At the halfway point of

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - FEBRUARY 10: The Breakers gather for a team huddle after winning the round 19 NBL match between the New Zealand Breakers and Melbourne United at North Shore Events Centre on February 10, 2017 in Auckland, New Zealand.  (Photo by Anthony Au-Yeung/Getty Images) Featured News / May 27th, 2017

Q&A With Breakers GM Dillon Boucher

The New Zealand Breakers fell painfully short last season. After navigating through a never-ending story of injuries and other disruptions, the Breakers finished NBL17 with a 14-14 record, just one win away from a spot in the postseason. It really

WareWeb Featured News / May 25th, 2017

NBL Abroad Update

With European and Asian leagues approaching their final stages, numerous NBL players have been delivering in big moments for their ‘other’ teams. While some have been coming up large in the playoffs, others, like Illawarra’s Rotnei Clarke and Sydney’s Jason

18556169_1637519699611135_6694932639535982837_n Featured News / May 24th, 2017

NBL continues success in China

The NBL has declared its latest foray into China a success it grows Australian basketball in Asia. NBL CEO Jeremy Loeliger has just returned from China where Melbourne United last week played two games against the Jiangsu Dragons. “We are

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 28:  Kings coach Andrew Gaze speaks to his players during a time out during the round eight NBL match between the Sydney Kings and the Adelaide 36ers at Qudos Bank Arena on November 28, 2016 in Sydney, Australia.  (Photo by Matt King/Getty Images) Featured News / May 22nd, 2017

Sydney Kings #NBL17 Season Review

Heading into the #NBL17 campaign the Sydney Kings were on a mission to improve on the previous year’s wooden spoon effort, and after a hot start it looked like that would be the case but when it was all said

DAMN6MLUQAEvuzQ.jpg-large Featured News / May 20th, 2017

Melbourne complete 2-0 sweep of Jiangsu

Melbourne United have swept the Jiangsu Dragons in their two-game series, defeating them again 63 – 56 tonight in Yancheng City. Majok Majok starred for Melbourne scoring 16 points ahead of newly recruited Craig Moller who had 10, and Adnam

Hugh-Web-1920x940-1920x940 Featured News / May 19th, 2017

Former Wildcat to make AFL debut

Former Perth Wildcats guard Hugh Greenwood is set to make his AFL debut for the Adelaide Crows on Saturday against the Brisbane Lions. Greenwood signed with the Wildcats on a three-year deal roughly 18 months ago before electing to leave

PerryEllisSydney Featured News / May 19th, 2017

Kansas standout Ellis joins Sydney Kings

The Sydney Kings have announced that forward Perry Ellis has agreed to join the club for the 2017/2018 National Basketball League season. The Kings’ first import signing for their upcoming campaign, Ellis will brings versatility, work ethic and leadership to the roster as club

WOLLONGONG, AUSTRALIA - FEBRUARY 11:  Hawks coach Rob Beveridge shouts to his team during the round 19 NBL match between the Illawarra Hawks and the Brisbane Bullets at Wollongong Entertainment Centre on February 11, 2017 in Wollongong, Australia.  (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images) Featured News / May 19th, 2017

Beveridge: “We’re One Stud Away”

Illawarra Hawks head coach Rob Beveridge believes his team is one star player away from becoming a championship-winning outfit. Speaking to NBL Media about his club’s 2017-18 roster, Beveridge said he hoped to recruit an import wing in the mould

IMG_0007 copy-001 Featured News / May 18th, 2017

What a Way To Win It

James Crawford will always be considered one of the NBL all-time greats and on this occasion he certainly lived up to his nickname of ‘The Alabama Slamma’. In the first 12 rounds of 1993, the Perth Wildcats were leading the