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NBL Standings
 1. United 20-8 
 2. 36ers 18-10 
 3. Wildcats 16-12 
 4. Breakers 15-13 
 5. Hawks 12-16 
 6. Kings 11-17 
 7. Taipans 11-17 
 8. Bullets 9-19 
State Standings
Big V
 1. Ringwood H. 8-2 
 2. Waverley F. 8-2 
 3. Hawthorn M. 7-2 
 4. Eltham W. 7-3 
 5. Knox R. 7-4 
 6. McKinnon C. 7-5 
 7. Casey C. 4-5 
 8. Hume City 4-7 
 9. Werribee D. 4-7 
 10. Keilor T. 2-7 
 11. Blackburn V. 2-8 
 12. Corio Bay S. 1-9 
Premier League
 1. Southern T. 9-0 
 2. W.Adelaide B. 7-2 
 3. Norwood F. 7-2 
 4. N.Adelaide R. 6-3 
 5. Sturt S. 4-5 
 6. Forestville E. 4-5 
 7. S.Adelaide P. 3-6 
 8. C.District L. 2-7 
 9. Eastern M. 2-7 
 10. Woodville W. 1-8 
 1. Mackay M. 5-1 
 2. Cairns M. 4-2 
 3. Sunshine CP 4-2 
 4. SW Metro P. 4-2 
 5. Rockhampton 3-1 
 6. Sunshine CR 3-1 
 7. Logan T. 3-2 
 8. Gold Coast R. 3-2 
 9. Townsville H. 2-1 
 10. Brisbane C. 2-2 
 11. Ipswich F. 1-2 
 12. Toowoomba M. 1-4 
 13. SD Spartans 0-3 
 14. Gladstone P. 0-4 
 15. NGC Seahawks 0-6 
 1. Joondalup Wolves 11-1 
 2. Perth R. 10-3 
 3. Geraldton B. 9-2 
 4. Willetton T. 7-4 
 5. Stirling S. 7-5 
 6. Rockingham F. 6-6 
 7. Perry Lakes H. 6-6 
 8. Lakeside L. 6-7 
 9. Cockburn C. 5-7 
 10. Kalamunda E.S. 5-9 
 11. East Perth E. 5-9 
 12. SW Slammers 3-8 
 13. Mandurah M. 3-9 
 14. Goldfields G. 2-9 
 1. Kilsyth C. 8-1 
 2. Nunawading S. 7-1 
 3. BA CoE 6-4 
 4. Geelong S. 4-4 
 5. Albury W.B. 4-5 
 6. Mt Gambier 3-5 
 7. Sandringham S. 2-8 
 8. Canberra G. 0-7 
 1. Ballarat M. 6-1 
 2. Dandenong R. 6-3 
 3. Hobart C. 6-3 
 4. Melbourne T. 5-3 
 5. Bendigo B. 5-4 
 6. NW Tasmania 5-4 
 7. Diamond V.E. 2-8 
 8. Frankston 1-9 
 1. Hills H. 9-2 
 2. Newcastle H. 9-2 
 3. Norths Bears 7-2 
 4. Sydney Comets 7-3 
 5. Manly Warr. 7-3 
 6. Sutherland S. 5-5 
 7. Cent.Coast C. 4-6 
 8. Hornsby S. 3-8 
 9. Maitland M. 2-7 
 10. Penrith P. 2-8 
 11. Bankstown B. 0-9 
Full Standings
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
  Avg: 19.8
 1. Cotton, Wildcats19.8 
 2. Randle, Kings19.8 
 3. Conger, Hawks19.7 
 4. Clarke, Hawks18.1 
 5. Ware, United16.7 
 6. Prather, United16.7 
 7. Johnson, 36ers16.3 
 8. Buford, Bullets16.2 
 9. Sosa, Breakers15.8 
 10. Trice, Bullets15.5 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 9.1
 1. Boone, United9.1 
 2. Buford, Bullets8.1 
 3. Johnson, 36ers6.9 
 4. McCarron, Taipans6.8 
 5. Childress, 36ers6.6 
 6. Vukona, Breakers6.2 
 7. Prather, United6.0 
 8. Creek, 36ers6.0 
 9. Tokoto, Wildcats6.0 
 10. Walker, Wildcats5.7 
Assists Per Game
 Jerome RANDLE
  Avg: 5.2
 1. Randle, Kings5.2 
 2. Trice, Bullets5.1 
 3. Ware, United4.4 
 4. Shorter, 36ers4.0 
 5. Sosa, Breakers3.8 
 6. Gibson, Bullets3.5 
 7. Newbill, Breakers3.3 
 8. Martin, Wildcats3.3 
 9. Cadee, Kings3.2 
 10. Newley, Kings3.1 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 1.6
 1. Tokoto, Wildcats1.6 
 2. Martin, Wildcats1.5 
 3. Prather, United1.4 
 4. Martin, Hawks1.4 
 5. Gliddon, Taipans1.4 
 6. Trice, Bullets1.3 
 7. Kay, Hawks1.3 
 8. Newbill, Breakers1.3 
 9. Creek, 36ers1.2 
 10. Cotton, Wildcats1.2 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 1.4
 1. Abercrombie, Break.1.4 
 2. Ogilvy, Hawks1.3 
 3. Buford, Bullets1.2 
 4. Wesley, United1.1 
 5. Pledger, Breakers1.0 
 6. Humphries, Kings1.0 
 7. Johnson, Hawks0.8 
 8. Jervis, Bullets0.8 
 9. Boone, United0.8 
 10. Cooke-Jr, Wildcats0.7 


Australia Boomers outclass Japan in Fiba World Cup qualifier in Adelaide - Nov 28, 2017

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Veteran Daniel Kickert (208-C/F-83, college: St.Mary's, CA) guided Australia to an 82-58 victory over Japan in Monday's Fiba World Cup Asia zone qualifier in Adelaide. With his combination of inside size and outside touch, Brisbane Bullet Kickert (22 points, seven rebounds) was the game-winner for the Boomers who, after being challenged early and then wobbling briefly in the third term, steamrolled the tourists with the last 14 points of the game. Makoto Hiejima (190-G/F-90) (17 points) was the best for a Japanese outfit that looked keen to make amends for their disappointing loss to the Philippines. Hiejima had 10 first-quarter points at 100 per cent accuracy as the Boomers took a while to warm to their task. After a thumping 36-point away triumph over Chinese Taipei last Saturday, Australia eventually got going and capped a 23-22 opening term with a thunderous slam from hometown hero Mitch Creek (195-F/G-92). Adelaide 36ers trio Creek, Nathan Sobey (190-G-90, college: Wyoming) and Matt Hodgson (211-C-91, college: St.Mary's, CA) were all active early in the second term while Melbourne star Chris Goulding found his range from outside as the Boomers' advantage swelled to 43-31 at halftime. A couple of spectacular Sobey dunks in the third quarter wowed the crowd and helped the Boomers draw 15 points clear before an 8-0 Japan run. That streak included Yudai Baba (193-SF-95)'s breakaway slam that helped reduced the deficit to 60-50 at three-quarter-time. But Australia, with Cameron Gliddon (197-G/F-89, college: Concordia Irvine) and Hodgson busy, sprinted across the finish line to blow out the margin, which didn't truly reflect Japan's pluck. Australia coach Andrej Lemanis was pleased with his team's work on the defensive end, restricting the tourists to 38 per cent from the floor. "All in all, the thing that held us in great stead was our defence," he said. "That's where it all started from. "If you keep a team to 58, you've got a good chance of beating them." Despite the result, Japan coach Julio Lamas praised the way his team fought against a much higher-ranked opponent before faltering in the last eight minutes. "The situation is Australia is No 10 in Fiba rankings and we are 50th," Lamas said. "They are a very physical team and we competed for 32 minutes with a very strong team. "Right now, I feel satisfaction with the effort of my players."
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