Connor Ferris

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NBL Semi-finals wash-up

THE long regular season is over and we have arrived at the NBL Finals. The first seeded Perth Wildcats secured a home court advantage throughout the finals, with the reigning champions Melbourne United securing home court for their first round matchup. Perth Wildcats vs Brisbane Bullets series recap (Perth win series 2-0) Game one The […]

Weekend wash-up: NBL – Round 18

THE regular season is in the books and for six teams, their 2018/19 NBL season comes to an end, while for the Perth Wildcats, Melbourne United, Sydney Kings and Brisbane Bullets, the postseason awaits. New Zealand Breakers 130 defeated Illawarra Hawks 96 Two teams who will not be taking part in the postseason tournament faced […]

Weekend wash-up: NBL – Round 17

IN just the penultimate round of the regular season teams battle for the final available spot in the finals, while the three teams entrenched in the top four jostle for home court advantage throughout the playoffs.   New Zealand Breakers 107 defeated by Adelaide 36ers 114 With finals out of reach for the Breakers they […]

Weekend wash-up: NBL – Round 16

A HUGE round 16 featured two mini playoff series with the New Zealand Breakers and Melbourne United, as well as the Brisbane Bullets and Sydney Kings playing a home and home series over the weekend. The top three was officially locked up with Melbourne, Perth and Sydney all securing their place in the post season […]

Weekend wash-up: NBL – Round 13

AS the regular season winds down, teams continue to jostle for positions in the final weeks, as the postseason draws near. It was another round filled with upsets, thrilling finishes and huge comebacks. Illawarra Hawks (96) defeated by Adelaide 36ers (102) Two teams battling to keep pace kicked off the round in an important contest. […]

Weekend wash-up: NBL- Round 12

ROUND 12 saw a number of huge upsets as some of the top teams in the league were toppled in disappointing performances. The top three teams in the competition (Sydney, Perth and Melbourne) all suffered defeats over the weekend while the bottom three teams (Cairns, Illawarra and New Zealand) all tasted victory. Cairns Taipans (109) […]