A roller-coaster round saw players putting up rubbish and brilliance all over the place. I expect this week will be known as AJ week where it is a case of those with and those without.
The Melbourne United winning streak came to an end in Round 6 and their dream team scores plummeted accordingly. With four doubles this week, I think we’ll all bounce back though.
It was another big scoring round where most of our stars delivered the goods. It will be a reality check this week though with only 5 matches being played.
Huge scores are becoming a bit of a thing for this season as the popular players delivered the goods. Another round with lots of big scorers with double matches should see the party continue.
The highs and lows continued with an impressive return for Josh Childress that ended in disaster as he found a new way to injure himself. At least we have a few more weeks before we have to work out how to afford him.
Round 2 saw some very different scoring trends and made the big winners those with Captain Ogilvy. A stacked Round 3 should be much more fun and it’s time to trade in some Perth players.
An exciting first round to open the season has already scattered the Dream Team field with lots of big scores and a few big outs.
The season is finally about to start and lockout is this Wednesday so it’s time to finalise our team selections
Are you ready for the new season of NBL Dream Team? Here are some things to think about when planning your team.
There weren’t too many surprises in the semi-finals, meaning that a well picked point of difference was the crucial factor for many games.
Dream Team finals start this round and hopefully you didn’t have to watch the last of your finals hopes crushed on the weekend like all the Melbourne supporters did.
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