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In the Post – Boomers Favourites Open To NBL
Catch up on all the latest headlines from around the basketball world in today’s edition of In the Post.
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Thybulle open to NBL
Australian Boomers bronze medal winning fan favourite, and Philadelphia 76ers star, Matisse Thybulle, has revealed the NBL would be the “first option” if he decided to play after his NBA career is over.
Newscorp has all the details – click here to read.
Ingles will return to Melbourne
Utah Jazz and Boomers star Joe Ingles has confirmed to The Basketball Show that he will return home to Melbourne after his NBA career is over.
Could that leave United and Phoenix in a bidding war to secure his services in the future? Click here to read more via Newscorp.
Challenge successful for Cadee
Brisbane Bullets guard Jason Cadee has praised the NBL’s new Coach’s Challenge system, saying “it is a rule that can change moments in a game”.
36ers spend week in Perth
The Adelaide 36ers have flown directly to Perth from Tasmania to prepare for Friday night’s season opener against the Wildcats.
The West Australian explains why the Sixers will spend the week in WA – click here to read.
Goorjian speaks on COVID scare
Illawarra Hawks coach Brian Goorjian has provided his thoughts on the false positive COVID case which forced Saturday’s NBL Blitz game against Sydney to be cancelled.
Click here to read the story via The Illawarra Mercury.
United guard Matthew Dellavedova greeted new Phoenix import Xavier Munford at Mordialloc beach when he landed in Australia, as the former Milwaukee Bucks teammates caught up on life.
The Herald Sun spoke to Munford about Dellavedova’s impact, adjusting to South East Melbourne and why he decided to play in the NBL. Click here to read the full story.
Packed house excites White
Melbourne United forward Jack White has told The Herald Sun he can’t wait to play in front of a sold-out crowd at John Cain Arena, which can now operate at 100 percent fan capacity.