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.
With Childress absent and some other stars under-performing, it was a big round for change and the scores amply rewarded those who got it right.
A high scoring round had a few big surprises but there’s no time to pause with less than 24 hours until the round 16 lock-out.
There were a number of donuts in a big round of double matches making it a painful week for many. Round 15 promises a lot more and could make or break some team’s seasons.
A swathe of injuries plagued round 12 leaving us with lots of conundrums ahead of the NYE games bonanza.
It’s Christmas time and the NBL has an interesting present for us – a round with no double matches!
With the completion of round 10 we’ve hit the half way mark of the season and some decisions are becoming easier… like picking Josh Childress as captain this week.
A tough round 9 led to some interesting scores but it will all be forgotten as we look forward to some big scores when four teams line up for the double in round 10.
Whilst round 8 failed to live up to our Dream Team hopes, the matches were great contests and thrilling to watch. Round 9 is going to be tough and offers some hard choices.
Captain choice determined if Round 7 was good or bad for most people as Beal set a new season low. We wont have that problem in Round 8 with Childress playing two matches.
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