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NBL Standings
 1. United 18-10 
 2. Wildcats 18-10 
 3. Hawks 17-11 
 4. Breakers 16-12 
 5. 36ers 14-14 
 6. Taipans 12-16 
 7. Crocodiles 11-17 
 8. Kings 6-22 
Last:2/14/2016
State Standings
Big V
 1. Corio Bay S. 18-3 
 2. Waverley F. 16-4 
 3. Knox R. 16-5 
 4. Ringwood H. 15-6 
 5. Eltham W. 13-8 
 6. McKinnon C. 11-9 
 7. Hume City 11-9 
 8. Diamond V.E. 8-12 
 9. Werribee D. 8-13 
 10. Hawthorn M. 4-17 
 11. Whittlesea City 2-18 
 12. Bulleen B. 1-19 
Premier League
 1. Southern T. 17-1 
 2. Norwood F. 14-4 
 3. Woodville W. 12-6 
 4. Sturt S. 12-6 
 5. Forestville E. 12-6 
 6. W.Adelaide B. 8-10 
 7. N.Adelaide R. 6-12 
 8. S.Adelaide P. 5-13 
 9. C.District L. 3-15 
 10. Eastern M. 1-17 
QBL
 1. Brisbane 12-3 
 2. Logan T. 11-3 
 3. Townsville H. 11-3 
 4. SW Metro P. 10-5 
 5. Mackay M. 9-6 
 6. Rockhampton 9-6 
 7. Cairns M. 9-6 
 8. Ipswich F. 6-8 
 9. Suncoast PC 6-9 
 10. Gladstone P. 5-8 
 11. Sunshine CR 5-9 
 12. Gold Coast R. 4-11 
 13. Bundaberg B. 2-12 
 14. Toowoomba M. 2-12 
SBL
 1. Joondalup Wolves 21-4 
 2. Cockburn C. 21-4 
 3. Willetton T. 17-8 
 4. Geraldton B. 17-8 
 5. Rockingham F. 16-9 
 6. Stirling S. 16-9 
 7. Perth Redbacks 15-10 
 8. Perry Lakes H. 10-15 
 9. East Perth E. 10-15 
 10. Lakeside L. 7-18 
 11. SW Slammers 7-18 
 12. Goldfields G. 7-18 
 13. Kalamunda E.S. 6-19 
 14. Mandurah M. 5-20 
SEABL-East
 1. Brisbane S. 13-7 
 2. Geelong S. 12-9 
 3. Dandenong R. 10-10 
 4. Nunawading S. 10-10 
 5. Canberra G. 10-10 
 6. Albury W.B. 10-11 
 7. Ballarat M. 9-11 
 8. Melbourne T. 3-16 
SEABL-South
 1. Bendigo B. 17-4 
 2. Hobart C. 17-5 
 3. Mt Gambier 14-7 
 4. N W Tasmania 10-10 
 5. Sandringham S. 8-11 
 6. Kilsyth C. 8-13 
 7. Frankston 6-15 
 8. BA CoE 1-9 
WARATAH
 1. Norths Bears 16-3 
 2. Newcastle H. 15-5 
 3. Sydney Comets 11-6 
 4. Cent.Coast C. 11-8 
 5. Bankstown B. 10-8 
 6. Hornsby S. 8-11 
 7. Manly Warr. 7-11 
 8. Sutherland S. 7-11 
 9. Maitland M. 7-11 
 10. Hills H. 5-13 
 11. Illawarra H. 4-14 
Full Standings
Last:7/26/2016
Points Per Game
 Jerome RANDLE
  Zalgiris
  (175-PG-87)
  Avg: 23
 1. Randle, Zalgiris23.0 
 2. Childress, Kings21.0 
 3. Penney, Hawks20.4 
 4. Webster, Breakers19.9 
 5. Lisch, Hawks19.4 
 6. Goulding, Auxilium.18.4 
 7. Harrington, Kings17.7 
 8. Ogilvy, Hawks16.4 
 9. Prather, Wildcats16.3 
 10. Beal, Wildcats15.6 
Rebounds Per Game
 Daniel JOHNSON
  36ers
  (210-C/F-88)
  Avg: 9.3
 1. Johnson, 36ers9.3 
 2. Samhan, San German8.9 
 3. Ogilvy, Hawks8.5 
 4. Knight, Wildcats7.9 
 5. Jackson, Breakers7.8 
 6. Childress, Kings7.8 
 7. Vukona, Breakers7.5 
 8. Khazzouh, Kings7.5 
 9. Majok, United7.1 
 10. Kay, Southland S.6.8 
Assists Per Game
 Cedric JACKSON
  Breakers
  (191-G-86)
  Avg: 6.4
 1. Jackson, Breakers6.4 
 2. Randle, Zalgiris5.2 
 3. Martin, Hawks4.2 
 4. Gibson, 36ers4.1 
 5. Beal, Wildcats3.6 
 6. Holt, Andorra3.6 
 7. Cadee, Bankstow.3.5 
 8. Lisch, Hawks3.3 
 9. Jett, Southland S.3.3 
 10. Martin, Wildcats3.3 
Steals Per Game
 Damian MARTIN
  Wildcats
  (186-PG-84)
  Avg: 1.8
 1. Martin, Wildcats1.8 
 2. Lisch, Hawks1.8 
 3. Ogilvy, Hawks1.5 
 4. Jackson, Breakers1.3 
 5. Childress, Kings1.2 
 6. Prather, Wildcats1.2 
 7. Creek, 36ers1.1 
 8. Webster, Breakers1.1 
 9. Jett, Southland S.1.1 
 10. Khazzouh, Kings1.1 
Blocks Per Game
 Julian KHAZZOUH
  Kings
  (209-C/F-86)
  Avg: 1.8
 1. Khazzouh, Kings1.8 
 2. Ogilvy, Hawks1.7 
 3. Childress, Kings1.7 
 4. Pledger, Breakers1.5 
 5. Brandt, Neptunas1.2 
 6. Jervis, Wildcats1.2 
 7. Samhan, San German1.1 
 8. Craig, Wellington1.1 
 9. Jackson, Breakers1.1 
 10. Vandenberg, Kings0.8 

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Next Round Schedule

Round 21 (Regular Season)

ABL
N.Adelaide R 65% Jul.30 W.Adelaide B
S.Adelaide P Jul.30 Sturt S. 69%
Norwood F. 54% Jul.30 Woodville W
C.District L Jul.30 Southern T. 94%
Eastern M. Jul.30 Forestville 90%
Big V
Bulleen B. Jul.31 Diamond V.E 73%
Waverley F. 72% Jul.31 McKinnon C.
Hume City Jul.31 Eltham W. 54%
Hawthorn M. Jul.30 Waverley F. 89%
Werribee D. Jul.30 Ringwood H. 74%
Corio Bay S 66% Jul.30 Knox R.
Diamond V.E Jul.30 Hume City 61%
Whittlesea C 62% Jul.30 Bulleen B.
QBL
Gold Coast R Jul.31 SW Metro P. 73%
Logan T. 62% Jul.30 Brisbane
Ipswich F. Jul.30 Suncoast PC 55%
Rockhampton Jul.30 Mackay M. 57%
Gladstone P 76% Jul.30 Bundaberg B
Townsville H 82% Jul.30 Sunshine CR
Toowoomba M Jul.29 Logan T. 91%
Cairns M. 65% Jul.29 Sunshine CR
SBL
Geraldton B 71% Jul.30 Lakeside L.
Goldfields G Jul.30 SW Slammers 55%
E.Perth E. Jul.30 Rockingham F 76%
Willetton T Jul.30 Perth Redbac 54%
Mandurah M. Jul.30 Stirling S. 82%
Perry Lakes 75% Jul.29 Kalamunda E
Cockburn C. 57% Jul.29 Joondalup Wo
SEABL
Sandringham 55% Jul.31 N W Tasmania
Ballarat M. 52% Jul.31 Melbourne T
Brisbane S. 70% Jul.30 Albury W.B.
Geelong S. 85% Jul.30 BA CoE
Nunawading S 66% Jul.30 Kilsyth C.
Melbourne T Jul.30 Dandenong R 73%
Bendigo B. 84% Jul.30 Sandringham
Canberra G. 74% Jul.30 Frankston
Mt Gambier 74% Jul.29 Ballarat M.
Waratah
Norths Bears 56% Jul.31 Sydney Comet
Sydney Comet 66% Jul.30 Maitland M.
Manly Warr. 75% Jul.30 Illawarra H
Hills H. 52% Jul.30 Sutherland S
Hornsby S. Jul.30 Bankstown B 62%
NBL Round 5: Wollongong Hawks hand first loss to undefeated Perth Wildcats - Nov 4, 2012


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There were just five rounds played in Regular Season of NBL and we can clearly see which teams will fight for top positions and which will try to avoid bottom places.

The most crucial game of the last round was the first loss of undefeated Perth Wildcats (3-1) in Gwynneville on Sunday night. Visitors were rolled over by Wollongong Hawks (5-0) 100-67. It ended at the same time the three-game winning streak of Perth Wildcats. The game without a history. Wollongong Hawks led from the first minutes and controlled entire game increasing their lead in each quarter. Dominican guard Adris Deleon (180-84, college: E.Washington) orchestrated the victory by scoring 26 points (was perfect 7-for-7 from the free throw line). The former international power forward Oscar Forman (205-82) contributed with 21 points for the winners. The former international power forward Matthew Knight (204-85, college: Loyola Mary) answered with 18 points and 6 rebounds for Perth Wildcats. The winner was already known earlier in the game, so both coaches allowed to play the bench players saving starting five for next games. Undefeated Wollongong Hawks have an impressive series of five victories in a row. They maintain first place with 5-0 record. Perth Wildcats at the other side keep the third position with one game lost. Wollongong Hawks are looking forward to face Kings (#6) in Sydney in the next round which should be theoretically another easy game. Perth Wildcats will play on the road against Adelaide 36ers in Findon and it may be a tough game between close rivals.
Important game to mention about took place in Auckland. Third ranked New Zealand Breakers (4-1) saved a 3-point victory at home edging 5th ranked Kings (3-4) 79-76 on Friday evening. American guard Cedric Jackson (191-86, college: Cleveland St.) stepped up and scored 22 points, 7 rebounds, 7 assists and 4 steals for the winners and Alex Pledger chipped in 16 points and 10 rebounds. Swingman Ben Madgen (193-85, college: Augusta St.) responded with 30 points, 5 rebounds and 6 assists. The victory was the fourth consecutive win for New Zealand Breakers. Defending champion moved-up to second place. Kings at the other side dropped to the sixth position with four games lost. New Zealand Breakers will play against Cairns Taipans (#5) on the road in the next round. Kings will play against the league's leader Wollongong Hawks in Gwynneville and hope to get back on the winning track.
Melbourne Tigers' fans can celebrate the first win of their team after four consecutive loses. They used home court advantage to defeat Townsville Crocodiles (0-7) 91-66 on Sunday. Adam Ballinger nailed 23 points and 7 rebounds for the winning side. Peter Crawford came up with 15 points and 7 rebounds for Townsville Crocodiles in the defeat. Since the result was very predictable, it gave the chance for the coaches to test many bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. Melbourne Tigers maintains seventh place with 1-4 record. It was Townsville Crocodiles' seventh loss in a row. They still closes the standings with seven games lost. Melbourne Tigers will meet at home higher ranked Adelaide 36ers (#4) in the next round and it will be quite challenging to get another victory. Townsville Crocodiles will play against the league's second-placed New Zealand Breakers (#2) and will have a slim chance for a victory.
Bottom-ranked Townsville Crocodiles is still unable to win any game. This time they could not use their home court advantage losing their seventh consecutive match to sixth ranked Cairns Taipans (3-3) 92-80. The best player for the winners was Jamar Wilson who scored 25 points and 9 rebounds. Both coaches used bench players and allowed the starting five to rest. Cairns Taipans moved-up to fifth place. Townsville Crocodiles lost their seventh game in a row. They still closes the standings with seven games lost. Cairns Taipans' next round opponent will be league's second-placed New Zealand Breakers in Auckland and it will be quite challenging to get another victory. Townsville Crocodiles will play at home against the league's second-placed New Zealand Breakers (#2) in Auckland and hope to get finally their first victory.

In the last game of round 5 36ers beat Kings on the road 88-81.



Hawks - Wildcats 100-67

The most crucial game of the last round was the first loss of undefeated Perth Wildcats (3-1) in Gwynneville on Sunday night. Visitors were rolled over by Wollongong Hawks (5-0) 100-67. It ended at the same time the three-game winning streak of Perth Wildcats. The game without a history. Wollongong Hawks led from the first minutes and controlled entire game increasing their lead in each quarter. Dominican guard Adris Deleon (180-84, college: E.Washington) orchestrated the victory by scoring 26 points (was perfect 7-for-7 from the free throw line). The former international power forward Oscar Forman (205-82) contributed with 21 points for the winners. Five Wollongong Hawks players scored in double figures. The former international power forward Matthew Knight (204-85, college: Loyola Mary) answered with 18 points and 6 rebounds and the former international forward Shawn Redhage (203-81, college: Arizona St., agency: Warren Sports International) added 9 points in the effort for Perth Wildcats. The winner was already known earlier in the game, so both coaches allowed to play the bench players saving starting five for next games. Wollongong Hawks have an impressive series of five victories in a row. They maintain first place with 5-0 record. Perth Wildcats at the other side keep the third position with one game lost. Wollongong Hawks are looking forward to face Kings (#6) in Sydney in the next round which should be theoretically another easy game. Perth Wildcats will play on the road against Adelaide 36ers in Findon and it may be a tough game between close rivals.
Top scorers:
Wildcats: M.Knight 18+6reb, J.Wagstaff 12+1reb, S.Redhage 9+3reb+3ast, K.Lisch 8+2reb+1ast, J.Trueman 8, D.Martin 6+5reb+3ast
Hawks: A.Deleon 26+2reb, O.Forman 21+4reb, L.Hurdle 13+3reb+1ast, L.Davidson 13+8reb+1ast, R.Martin 10+1reb+7ast, G.Saville 10+5reb+3ast
gschID: 182639


Tigers - Crocodiles 91-66

Melbourne Tigers' fans can celebrate the first win of their team after four consecutive loses. They used home court advantage to defeat Townsville Crocodiles (0-7) 91-66 on Sunday. The game without a history. Melbourne Tigers led from the first minutes and controlled entire game increasing their lead in each quarter. They dominated down low during the game scoring 52 of its points in the paint compared to Townsville Crocodiles' 24. They outrebounded Townsville Crocodiles 45-21 including a 33-15 advantage in defensive rebounds. Melbourne Tigers looked well-organized offensively handing out 24 assists comparing to just 11 passes made by Townsville Crocodiles' players. Great defensive blocking was one of the keys in this match when Melbourne Tigers made 8 blocks. The former international power forward Adam Ballinger (205-79, college: Michigan St.) nailed 23 points and 7 rebounds for the winning side and American power forward Seth Scott (208-81, college: Portland St.) accounted for 12 points and 9 rebounds (perfect from the field making all six shots). Four Melbourne Tigers players scored in double figures. The former international swingman Peter Crawford (193-79) came up with 15 points and 7 rebounds and international forward Todd Blanchfield (200-91) added 14 points respectively for Townsville Crocodiles in the defeat. Since the result was very predictable, it gave the chance for the coaches to test many bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. Melbourne Tigers maintains seventh place with 1-4 record. It was Townsville Crocodiles' seventh loss in a row. They still closes the standings with seven games lost. Melbourne Tigers will meet at home higher ranked Adelaide 36ers (#4) in the next round and it will be quite challenging to get another victory. Townsville Crocodiles will play against the league's second-placed New Zealand Breakers (#2) and will have a slim chance for a victory.
Top scorers:
Crocodiles: P.Crawford 15+7reb+2ast, T.Blanchfield 14+3reb, L.Abney 10+2reb+1ast, G.Ervin 7+1reb+3ast, J.Holmes 7+4reb+1ast, M.Cedar 5+2reb+1ast
Tigers: A.Ballinger 23+7reb, C.Goulding 15+2reb+5ast, S.Scott 12+9reb+2ast, L.Walker 12+6reb+1ast, M.Burston 8+4reb, L.Rush 8+4reb+1ast
gschID: 182638


Kings - 36ers 81-88

We could consider it a predictable result in the game between close teams when sixth ranked Adelaide 36ers (3-2) beat 5th ranked Kings (3-4) in Sydney 88-81. It looked good early as Kings took an 6-point lead at the end of first quarter. But then Adelaide 36ers had a 24-17 second period charge getting the lead and Kings were not able to take back game control losing it eventually 81-88. It was a great shooting night for Adelaide 36ers especially from behind the arc, where they had solid 52.6 percentage. The best player for the winners was the former international center Luke Schenscher (216-82, college: Georgia Tech, agency: Priority Sports) who scored 18 points and 5 rebounds. International swingman Stephen Weigh (198-87) chipped in 14 points and 5 rebounds. American forward Darnell Lazare (203-85, college: LSU, agency: Priority Sports) produced 14 points and 7 rebounds and swingman Ben Madgen (193-85, college: Augusta St.) added 20 points respectively for the hosts. Four Kings players scored in double figures. Kings' coach Shane Heal rotated ten players in this game, but that didn't help. Adelaide 36ers moved-up to fourth place. Kings at the other side dropped to the sixth position with four games lost. Adelaide 36ers' next round opponent will be higher ranked Perth Wildcats (#3) at home and it will be quite challenging to get another victory. Kings will play against the league's leader Wollongong Hawks in Gwynneville.
Top scorers:
Kings: B.Madgen 20+1reb+1ast, A.Bruce 15+1reb+4ast, D.Lazare 14+7reb+1ast, I.Crosswhite 10+7reb, C.Henry 8+4reb+6ast, K.White 7+1reb
36ers: L.Schenscher 18+5reb+2ast, J.Cadee 15+2reb+2ast, S.Weigh 14+5reb+1ast, A.Gibson 11+2reb+2ast, C.Massingale 9+2reb, M.Creek 7+2reb
gschID: 182637


Breakers - Kings 79-76

Important game to mention about took place in Auckland. Third ranked New Zealand Breakers (4-1) saved a 3-point victory at home edging 5th ranked Kings (3-4) 79-76 on Friday evening. New Zealand Breakers brought some defensive toughness making 7 blocks. American guard Cedric Jackson (191-86, college: Cleveland St.) stepped up and scored 22 points, 7 rebounds, 7 assists and 4 steals for the winners and New Zealand center Alex Pledger (213-87, college: Belm.Abbey) chipped in 16 points and 10 rebounds. Four New Zealand Breakers players scored in double figures. Swingman Ben Madgen (193-85, college: Augusta St.) responded with 30 points, 5 rebounds and 6 assists and the former international guard Aaron Bruce (190-84) scored 14 points. The victory was the fourth consecutive win for New Zealand Breakers. Defending champion moved-up to second place. Kings at the other side dropped to the sixth position with four games lost. New Zealand Breakers will play against Cairns Taipans (#5) on the road in the next round. Kings will play against the league's leader Wollongong Hawks in Gwynneville and hope to get back on the winning track.
Top scorers:
Kings: B.Madgen 30+5reb+6ast, A.Bruce 14+4reb+1ast, D.Lazare 9+9reb+1ast, C.Henry 8+5reb+4ast, T.Garlepp 7+3reb+1ast, I.Crosswhite 4+6reb+3ast
Breakers: C.Jackson 22+7reb+7ast, A.Pledger 16+10reb+1ast, D.Corletto 12+2reb+1ast, M.Vukona 10+7reb+3ast, C.Bruton 8+1reb+2ast, W.Hudson 7+2reb
gschID: 182635


Crocodiles - Taipans 80-92

Bottom-ranked Townsville Crocodiles is still unable to win any game. This time they could not use their home court advantage losing their seventh consecutive match to sixth ranked Cairns Taipans (3-3) 92-80. Cairns Taipans outrebounded Townsville Crocodiles 47-31 including 17 on the offensive glass. The best player for the winners was American point guard Jamar Wilson (185-84, college: Albany, agency: Pro One Sports) who scored 25 points and 9 rebounds. Guard Cameron Gliddon (195-89, college: Concordia Irvine) chipped in 17 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists. Five Cairns Taipans players scored in double figures. American point guard Gary Ervin (183-83, college: Arkansas) produced 23 points and 7 assists and the former international forward Jacob Holmes (201-83) added 7 points and 12 rebounds respectively for the hosts. Both coaches used bench players and allowed the starting five to rest. Cairns Taipans moved-up to fifth place. Townsville Crocodiles lost their seventh game in a row. They still closes the standings with seven games lost. Cairns Taipans' next round opponent will be league's second-placed New Zealand Breakers in Auckland and it will be quite challenging to get another victory. Townsville Crocodiles will play at home against the league's second-placed New Zealand Breakers (#2) in Auckland and hope to get finally their first victory.
Top scorers:
Crocodiles: G.Ervin 23+4reb+7ast, P.Crawford 12+3reb+1ast, T.Blanchfield 12+5reb, J.Holmes 7+12reb+2ast, C.Cedar 6+2reb, M.Cedar 6+1reb+1ast
Taipans: J.Wilson 25+9reb+2ast, C.Gliddon 17+6reb+4ast, S.Edwards 11+10reb+3ast, C.Tragardh 11+11reb+4ast, A.Loughton 10+3reb, C.Steindl 10+3reb+4ast
gschID: 182636


  




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