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NBL Standings
 1. 36ers 17-11 
 2. Taipans 15-13 
 3. Wildcats 15-13 
 4. Hawks 15-13 
 5. Breakers 14-14 
 6. United 13-15 
 7. Kings 13-15 
 8. Bullets 10-18 
Last:2/12/2017
State Standings
Big V
 1. Ringwood H. 10-2 
 2. Knox R. 10-3 
 3. Eltham W. 9-3 
 4. Waverley F. 8-4 
 5. Werribee D. 7-5 
 6. Casey C. 5-6 
 7. McKinnon C. 5-6 
 8. Hawthorn M. 4-6 
 9. Corio Bay S. 4-7 
 10. Hume City 4-8 
 11. Diamond V.E. 4-9 
 12. Whittlesea City 1-12 
Premier League
 1. N.Adelaide R. 7-1 
 2. Forestville E. 6-2 
 3. Sturt S. 6-2 
 4. Southern T. 5-3 
 5. W.Adelaide B. 4-4 
 6. Woodville W. 3-5 
 7. S.Adelaide P. 3-5 
 8. Norwood F. 3-5 
 9. C.District L. 2-6 
 10. Eastern M. 1-7 
QBL
 1. Mackay M. 5-0 
 2. Brisbane C. 4-0 
 3. Cairns M. 4-2 
 4. Sunshine CR 3-0 
 5. Ipswich F. 3-2 
 6. Townsville H. 3-2 
 7. Logan T. 2-3 
 8. Rockhampton 2-3 
 9. Gold Coast R. 2-3 
 10. Brisbane S. 1-3 
 11. Toowoomba M. 1-3 
 12. Gladstone P. 0-2 
 13. Suncoast PC 0-3 
 14. SW Metro P. 0-4 
SBL
 1. Willetton T. 12-2 
 2. Geraldton B. 12-2 
 3. Joondalup Wolves 10-3 
 4. Perth R. 9-5 
 5. Stirling S. 7-5 
 6. SW Slammers 7-5 
 7. Cockburn C. 7-7 
 8. Lakeside L. 7-7 
 9. Rockingham F. 6-9 
 10. East Perth E. 6-9 
 11. Perry Lakes H. 5-9 
 12. Goldfields G. 4-8 
 13. Kalamunda E.S. 3-14 
 14. Mandurah M. 2-12 
SEABL-East
 1. Nunawading S. 12-2 
 2. Ballarat M. 8-3 
 3. Geelong S. 8-4 
 4. Dandenong R. 7-6 
 5. Albury W.B. 6-6 
 6. Melbourne T. 3-8 
 7. Canberra G. 1-9 
SEABL-South
 1. Mt Gambier 10-1 
 2. Hobart C. 8-3 
 3. Bendigo B. 7-7 
 4. Sandringham S. 5-6 
 5. Kilsyth C. 5-8 
 6. NW Tasmania 4-8 
 7. Frankston 3-10 
 8. BA CoE 1-7 
WARATAH
 1. Sydney Comets 10-1 
 2. Hornsby S. 9-4 
 3. Bankstown B. 7-4 
 4. Manly Warr. 7-5 
 5. Maitland M. 7-5 
 6. Norths Bears 6-5 
 7. Cent.Coast C. 6-6 
 8. Hills H. 6-7 
 9. Illawarra H. 4-7 
 10. Newcastle H. 2-10 
 11. Sutherland S. 1-11 
Full Standings
Last:5/29/2017
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Bryce COTTON
  Wildcats
  (185-G-92)
  Avg: 23.1
 1. Cotton, Wildcats23.1 
 2. Ware, United22.1 
 3. Randle, 36ers21.3 
 4. Prather, Wildcats19.5 
 5. Dillard, Breakers18.1 
 6. Newley, Kings17.6 
 7. Clarke, Hawks17.4 
 8. Penney, Breakers17.3 
 9. Goulding, United16.9 
 10. Lisch, Kings16.5 
Rebounds Per Game
 Josh BOONE
  United
  (208-F/C-84)
  Avg: 9.3
 1. Boone, United9.3 
 2. Craig, Bullets8.0 
 3. Ogilvy, Hawks7.6 
 4. Mitchell, Breakers7.2 
 5. Johnson, 36ers7.1 
 6. Pledger, Breakers6.8 
 7. Bairstow, Bullets6.5 
 8. Whittington, Kings6.4 
 9. McKay, Wildcats6.3 
 10. Knight, Wildcats6.0 
Assists Per Game
 Ben WOODSIDE
  Breakers
  (180-PG-85)
  Avg: 5.5
 1. Woodside, Breakers5.5 
 2. Jackson, United5.4 
 3. Randle, 36ers5.4 
 4. Dillard, Breakers4.8 
 5. Ware, United4.5 
 6. Stockton, Breakers4.2 
 7. Newley, Kings4.1 
 8. Sobey, 36ers4.1 
 9. Gibson, Bullets3.8 
 10. Lisch, Kings3.7 
Steals Per Game
 Kevin LISCH
  Kings
  (188-C-86)
  Avg: 1.9
 1. Lisch, Kings1.9 
 2. Martin, Wildcats1.7 
 3. Dillard, Breakers1.6 
 4. Prather, Wildcats1.6 
 5. Whittington, Kings1.5 
 6. Jackson, United1.4 
 7. Cotton, Wildcats1.3 
 8. Ware, United1.3 
 9. Newley, Kings1.2 
 10. Martin, Hawks1.2 
Blocks Per Game
 Andrew James OGILVY
  Hawks
  (211-C-88)
  Avg: 1.5
 1. Ogilvy, Hawks1.5 
 2. McKay, Wildcats1.4 
 3. Pledger, Breakers1.2 
 4. Boone, United1.1 
 5. Whittington, Kings0.9 
 6. Powell, Kings0.8 
 7. Jervis, Bullets0.8 
 8. Carter, Breakers0.7 
 9. Maric, Kings0.7 
 10. Hodgson, 36ers0.7 
Player of the Week

 Casey Prather
  Wildcats
  ( 198-F/G-91 )
  

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  Geraldton B.
  ( 201-F-93 )
  

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Round 14 (Regular Season)

Big V
Werribee D. Jun.4 Ringwood H. 61%
Casey C. 59% Jun.4 Hume City
Hume City Jun.3 Corio Bay S 57%
McKinnon C. Jun.3 Diamond V.E 53%
Knox R. 60% Jun.3 Werribee D.
Whittlesea C Jun.3 Hawthorn M. 82%
Waverley F. 55% Jun.3 Eltham W.
Premier League
N.Adelaide R 86% Jun.4 Woodville W
Southern T. Jun.4 Sturt S. 61%
W.Adelaide B 87% Jun.4 Eastern M.
C.District L 50% Jun.4 S.Adelaide P
Forestville 73% Jun.4 Norwood F.
S.Adelaide P Jun.3 Sturt S. 75%
Southern T. 80% Jun.3 Eastern M.
W.Adelaide B Jun.3 N.Adelaide R 76%
Woodville W Jun.3 Forestville 69%
Norwood F. 59% Jun.3 C.District L
QBL
Brisbane C. 99% Jun.4 Gladstone P
Logan T. 92% Jun.3 Suncoast PC
Brisbane S. 76% Jun.3 Gladstone P
Mackay M. 91% Jun.3 Rockhampton
Toowoomba M 76% Jun.3 SW Metro P.
Cairns M. 72% Jun.3 Ipswich F.
Gold Coast R Jun.2 Sunshine CR 78%
Townsville H 69% Jun.2 Ipswich F.
SBL
Geraldton B 86% Jun.4 Goldfields G
Joondalup Wo 52% Jun.3 Stirling S.
Goldfields G Jun.3 Geraldton B 83%
Perth R. 89% Jun.2 Kalamunda E
Perry Lakes 56% Jun.2 E.Perth E.
Mandurah M. Jun.2 SW Slammers 81%
Rockingham F 53% Jun.2 Cockburn C.
Willetton T 81% Jun.2 Lakeside L.
SEABL
Kilsyth C. Jun.4 Geelong S. 64%
Sandringham 59% Jun.4 Frankston
Hobart C. 65% Jun.4 Ballarat M.
Melbourne T Jun.4 Dandenong R 65%
Dandenong R 73% Jun.3 Kilsyth C.
Bendigo B. 76% Jun.3 Melbourne T
Nunawading S 60% Jun.3 Geelong S.
Albury W.B. 80% Jun.3 Canberra G.
NW Tasmania Jun.2 Ballarat M. 72%
Canberra G. 69% Jun.2 BA CoE
Mt Gambier 79% Jun.2 Sandringham
Waratah
Illawarra H Jun.4 Norths Bears 58%
Hornsby S. 66% Jun.3 Bankstown B
Cent.Coast C 55% Jun.3 Manly Warr.
Maitland M. Jun.3 Sydney Comet 74%
Newcastle H Jun.3 Hills H. 69%
Norths Bears 90% Jun.3 Sutherland S
NBL Round 14: Kings lose to Adelaide 36ers - Jan 13, 2013


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The most important game in the last round took place in Findon between third ranked Kings (10-8) and seventh ranked Adelaide 36ers (6-11) on Sunday night. Kings were defeated by Adelaide 36ers on the road 64-82. The game without a history. Adelaide 36ers led from the first minutes and controlled entire game increasing their lead in each quarter. Strangely Kings outrebounded Adelaide 36ers 45-33 including 17 on the offensive glass. Center Daniel Johnson (212-88, college: Pepperdine) orchestrated the victory by scoring 24 points and 7 rebounds. The former international swingman Stephen Weigh (198-87) contributed with 11 points and 7 rebounds for the winners. American point guard Corin Henry (180-88, college: Tarleton St.) replied with 15 points and 4 assists for Kings. Both coaches used bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. Adelaide 36ers moved-up to fifth place. Kings at the other side keep the third position with eight games lost. Adelaide 36ers are looking forward to face league's leader New Zealand Breakers in Auckland in the next round and it may be quite challenging game. Kings will play at home against Melbourne Tigers and are hoping to win this game.
Another interesting game for Cairns Taipans (5-10) which played in Gwynneville against higher ranked Wollongong Hawks (8-7). Eighth ranked Cairns Taipans had an easy win 94-81. Swingman Aaron Grabau (196-78) scored 22 points (was perfect 7-for-7 from the free throw line) to lead the charge for the winners and Shane Edwards chipped in 16 points and 9 rebounds during the contest. Cairns Taipans' coach Aaron Fearne allowed to play the deep bench players saving starting five for next games. Power forward Larry Davidson (206-83, college: Boise St.) responded with a double-double by scoring 11 points and 10 rebounds. Cairns Taipans moved-up to seventh place. Wollongong Hawks lost fourth consecutive game. They keep the fourth position with seven games lost. Cairns Taipans will play against league's second-placed Perth Wildcats on the road in the next round and they do not belong to the favorites in that game. Wollongong Hawks will play against Townsville Crocodiles in Wulguru and hope to get back on the winning track.
NBL top team - New Zealand Breakers (13-3) added another victory to their record on Friday. This time they beat sixth ranked Townsville Crocodiles (5-11) in Wulguru 82-78. It ended at the same time the five-game winning streak of Townsville Crocodiles. Cedric Jackson notched a double-double by scoring 10 points, 10 rebounds and 8 assists to lead the effort. New Zealand Breakers' coach Andrej Lemanis used a ten-player rotation in such tough game. Even 29 points and 4 assists by Gary Ervin did not help to save the game for Townsville Crocodiles. New Zealand Breakers have an impressive five-game winning streak. Defending champion maintains first position with 13-3 record. Loser Townsville Crocodiles dropped to the bottom place with 11 games lost. New Zealand Breakers will meet Adelaide 36ers (#5) in the next round. Townsville Crocodiles will play against Wollongong Hawks in Gwynneville and hope to secure a win.

In the last game of round 14 Tigers were beaten by Wildcats on the road 73-58.


Wildcats - Tigers 73-58

No shocking result in a game when second ranked Perth Wildcats (11-4) beat at home 6th ranked Melbourne Tigers (5-9) 73-58 on Sunday. The game was mostly controlled by Perth Wildcats. Melbourne Tigers managed to win fourth quarter 21-7. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. They dominated on the defensive end, holding Melbourne Tigers to just 6 points in second quarter. They outrebounded Melbourne Tigers 51-36 including a 20-9 advantage in offensive rebounds. The former international forward Shawn Redhage (203-81, college: Arizona St., agency: Warren Sports International) notched 18 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists (was perfect 8-for-8 from the free throw line) to lead the effort and the former international power forward Matthew Knight (203-85, college: Loyola Mary) supported him with 14 points and 8 rebounds. Four Perth Wildcats players scored in double figures. Even 19 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists by American guard Jonny Flynn (183-89, college: Syracuse) did not help to save the game for Melbourne Tigers. His fellow American import power forward Seth Scott (208-81, college: Portland St.) added 9 points and 8 rebounds for the guests. Both coaches tested many bench players and allowed the starting five to rest. Perth Wildcats have a solid three-game winning streak. They maintain second position with 11-4 record having just three points less than leader Breakers. Loser Melbourne Tigers keep the sixth place with nine games lost. Perth Wildcats will meet at home Cairns Taipans (#7) in the next round where they are favorite. Melbourne Tigers will play against Kings in Sydney and hope to secure a win.
Top scorers:
Tigers: J.Flynn 19+6reb+5ast, B.Lewis 11+1reb+2ast, S.Scott 9+8reb+1ast, A.Ballinger 6+6reb+1ast, T.Greer 4+3reb, C.Goulding 3+2reb+1ast
Wildcats: S.Redhage 18+7reb+4ast, M.Knight 14+8reb+1ast, K.Lisch 12+2reb+5ast, G.Hire 10+7reb, J.Wagstaff 7+7reb, E.Bartlett 5+3reb+3ast
gschID: 182692


36ers - Kings 82-64

The most important game in the last round took place in Findon between third ranked Kings (10-8) and seventh ranked Adelaide 36ers (6-11) on Sunday night. Kings were defeated by Adelaide 36ers on the road 64-82. The game without a history. Adelaide 36ers led from the first minutes and controlled entire game increasing their lead in each quarter. Strangely Kings outrebounded Adelaide 36ers 45-33 including 17 on the offensive glass. Center Daniel Johnson (212-88, college: Pepperdine) orchestrated the victory by scoring 24 points and 7 rebounds. The former international swingman Stephen Weigh (198-87) contributed with 11 points and 7 rebounds for the winners. Four Adelaide 36ers players scored in double figures. American point guard Corin Henry (180-88, college: Tarleton St.) replied with 15 points and 4 assists and his fellow American import forward Darnell Lazare (203-85, college: LSU, agency: Priority Sports) added 8 points and 12 rebounds in the effort for Kings. Both coaches used bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. Adelaide 36ers moved-up to fifth place. Kings at the other side keep the third position with eight games lost. Adelaide 36ers are looking forward to face league's leader New Zealand Breakers in Auckland in the next round and it may be quite challenging game. Kings will play at home against Melbourne Tigers and are hoping to win this game.
Top scorers:
Kings: C.Henry 15+4reb+4ast, B.Madgen 12+6reb+2ast, D.Lazare 8+12reb+2ast, T.Garlepp 8+5reb, A.Bruce 6+4reb+4ast, I.Crosswhite 4+7reb+1ast
36ers: D.Johnson 24+7reb, J.Cadee 13+1reb+3ast, A.Petrie 11+7reb+1ast, S.Weigh 11+7reb+3ast, A.Gibson 8+3reb+3ast, L.Schenscher 6+3reb+2ast
gschID: 182691


Hawks - Taipans 81-94

Another interesting game for Cairns Taipans (5-10) which played in Gwynneville against higher ranked Wollongong Hawks (8-7). Eighth ranked Cairns Taipans had an easy win 94-81. Cairns Taipans made 16-of-19 charity shots (84.2 percent) during the game. They shot the lights out from three nailing 16 long-distance shots on high 59.3 percentage. Swingman Aaron Grabau (196-78) scored 22 points (was perfect 7-for-7 from the free throw line) to lead the charge for the winners and American forward Shane Edwards (201-87, college: UALR) chipped in 16 points and 9 rebounds during the contest. Cairns Taipans' coach Aaron Fearne allowed to play the deep bench players saving starting five for next games. Power forward Larry Davidson (206-83, college: Boise St.) responded with a double-double by scoring 11 points and 10 rebounds and the former international swingman Glen Saville (197-76) scored 14 points and 8 rebounds. Both teams had five players each who scored in double figures. Cairns Taipans moved-up to seventh place. Wollongong Hawks lost fourth consecutive game. They keep the fourth position with seven games lost. Cairns Taipans will play against league's second-placed Perth Wildcats on the road in the next round and they do not belong to the favorites in that game. Wollongong Hawks will play against Townsville Crocodiles in Wulguru and hope to get back on the winning track.
Top scorers:
Hawks: G.Saville 14+8reb+1ast, A.Deleon 12+5reb+3ast, L.Davidson 11+10reb+3ast, O.Forman 11+5reb+2ast, L.Hurdle 10+3reb+1ast, D.Gruber 10+3reb
Taipans: A.Grabau 22+3reb+3ast, S.Edwards 16+9reb, A.Loughton 13+7reb, J.Wilson 13+3reb+8ast, C.Gliddon 12+4reb+4ast, B.Hill 10+1reb
gschID: 182690


Crocodiles - Breakers 78-82

NBL top team - New Zealand Breakers (13-3) added another victory to their record on Friday. This time they beat sixth ranked Townsville Crocodiles (5-11) in Wulguru 82-78. It ended at the same time the five-game winning streak of Townsville Crocodiles. The guests trailed by 6 points after three quarters before their 23-13 charge, which allowed them to win the game. They outrebounded Townsville Crocodiles 44-18 including a 17-2 advantage in offensive rebounds. New Zealand Breakers looked well-organized offensively handing out 21 assists. American guard Cedric Jackson (191-86, college: Cleveland St.) notched a double-double by scoring 10 points, 10 rebounds and 8 assists to lead the effort and New Zealand swingman Thomas Abercrombie (198-87, college: Washington St., agency: Priority Sports) supported him with 19 points. New Zealand Breakers' coach Andrej Lemanis used a ten-player rotation in such tough game. Even 29 points and 4 assists by American point guard Gary Ervin (183-83, college: Arkansas) did not help to save the game for Townsville Crocodiles. The former international center Luke Nevill (218-86, college: Utah) added 20 points for the hosts. Both teams had four players each who scored in double figures. New Zealand Breakers have an impressive five-game winning streak. Defending champion maintains first position with 13-3 record. Loser Townsville Crocodiles dropped to the bottom place with 11 games lost. New Zealand Breakers will meet Adelaide 36ers (#5) in the next round. Townsville Crocodiles will play against Wollongong Hawks in Gwynneville and hope to secure a win.
Top scorers:
Crocodiles: G.Ervin 29+2reb+4ast, L.Nevill 20+4reb+2ast, M.Cedar 11+2reb+1ast, T.Blanchfield 10+3reb+2ast, P.Crawford 6+2reb+4ast, B.Allen 2+1reb
Breakers: T.Abercrombie 19+3reb, A.Pledger 10+9reb, W.Hudson 10+8reb+1ast, C.Jackson 10+10reb+8ast, M.Vukona 8+8reb+5ast, D.Corletto 8
gschID: 182689


  




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