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In The Post – NBL Season on Track
Catch up on all the latest headlines from around the basketball world in today’s edition of In the Post.
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NBL season on track
Despite the COVID enforced postponements of games over the last few weeks, NBL Commissioner Jeremy Loeliger says the season is still on track to end as planned.
Click here for the full story via Newscorp.
Moss “close” to Bullets debut
Brisbane Bullets coach James Duncan says import point guard Isaiah Moss is getting close to making his club debut.
“He is getting close. I don't want to give a date but maybe a week or so. We're not putting pressure on him to come back into the fold, it is baby steps, it is a delicate situation. But we are looking forward to having him back,” Duncan said.
Shamir reacts to win
New Zealand coach Dan Shamir was relived with the Breakers notching their first win of the season yesterday but remains aware of the long road facing the club to get back into the finals race.
“I am not getting too excited over the win and 1-6. We basically controlled the game from the beginning most of the time and played hard, got a lot of offensive rebounds, effort plays,” Shamir said via 1 News.
Gibbo to return?
Newscorp’s Matt Logue has reported to not rule out a potential return for two-time NBL champion Adam Gibson as teams deal with COVID impacting rosters.
Phoenix like “family” says Sykes
Indiana Pacers sensation Keifer Sykes says the South East Melbourne Phoenix are like family to him.
“They’re like family, the Phoenix…and the NBL is a legit league and everyone in the NBA knows it,” Sykes said via Newscorp.