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PostPosted: 01/01/19 10:28 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Bendigo Spirit vs Melbourne Boomers

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PostPosted: 01/01/19 2:27 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Thanks for posting this. Fun to watch!
Take aways. Lindsey Allen has found her niche! Her mid range shot is really nice. Megbegor is a long way from being a W player.

Shocked Seeing Sarah Boothe who was a total non-factor at Stanford. Of course she played behind the Ogwumikes...but still!!! It actually took me awhile to figure out who she was/why I knew her. It should give hope to other bench sitters who really want to play pro ball.

and it was fun to see Bendigo make the big run after it looked like the game was over.



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Round 13

Canberra & Adelaide's great form continued. They're looking the 2 best teams right now. The other 2 playoff participants - Melbourne & Perth - faced each other and it was pretty ugly stuff, with Melbourne getting it done in the end despite missing O'Hea (personal reasons).
In the bottom half, Dandenong got a couple of wins, while Sydney's rotten luck continued with a hamstring injury to Smart, and then an ankle sprain to Graham during today's TV game.


Adelaide 110 (Nicholson 20p, Blicavs 15p 5a, Seekamp 14p 5r 9a, Alexander 14p 6r, Davidson 13p 5r, Coffey 12p 9r 4a, Clydesdale 9p, Taia 8p 5r, Planeta 3p 9r)
Sydney 61 (Tupaea 21p 5r, Graham 15p, Greaves 12p 5r, Snell 4p 6a)
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Canberra 102 (Griffin 27p 10r 3s, Nurse 24p 4s, Wilson 10p 5a, Mitchell 9p 7a, Scherf 8p 10r, Froling 8p 5r, Tolo 8p)
Bendigo 62 (Tobin 12p 5r, Hurst 12p, Whittle 12p, Tomlinson 10p 8r 4a, Wehrung 9p)
Boxscore

Melbourne 64 (Magbegor 17p 6r, Allen 13p 7a, Garrick 12p, George 6p 8r, Talbot 7r 5a)
Perth 59 (McPhee 15p 10r, Taylor 11p 8r 3s, Schwagmeyer 11p 6r, Steindl 8p, Ebzery 5p 5r)
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Townsville 72 (Mincy 18p, Aokuso 15p 5r 3s, Cocks 14p, Garbin 8p 8r, Malott 7p 5r)
Dandenong 77 (Cole 27p 5a, Pedersen 18p 6r, Laney 10p 8r 6a, Lavey 3p 5a 3s)
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Bendigo 66 (Payne 15p, Wehrung 15p, Tobin 11p 7r 5a, Whittle 11p, Hurst 9p 6a)
Perth 68 (Taylor 20p 8r, Ebzery 14p 6r, Schwagmeyer 12p, Steindl 7p 7r, Mansfield 7p 5r, McPhee 8r)
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Sydney 60 (Graham 16p, McSpadden 13p 8r, Tupaea 12p 8r 5a, Snell 10p 10r 5a)
Dandenong 85 (Cole 25p 4s, Mijovic 19p 7r, Laney 16p 5r 4a, Pedersen 8p 8r, Lavey 2p 5a)
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Canberra 13-5
Melbourne 13-5
Perth 12-7
Adelaide 11-7
Dandenong 9-10
Townsville 7-11
Bendigo 7-12
Sydney 2-17



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Sydney Uni Flames vs Dandenong Rangers

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PostPosted: 01/06/19 10:10 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

So Magbegor got the start because O’Hea was out? Seemed to work out okay for the team and Magbegor’s stat line.



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PostPosted: 01/06/19 10:12 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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So Magbegor got the start because O’Hea was out? Seemed to work out okay for the team and Magbegor’s stat line.

Yep.
Perth is a good match up for her (we have no size - she was on Asia Taylor or Kayla Steindl most of the time), but credit where it's due, she made the most of it.



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Kristy Wallace breaks silence after re-tearing ACL


https://www.smh.com.au/sport/basketball/capitals-star-kristy-wallace-breaks-silence-after-re-tearing-acl-20190112-p50qz8.html



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PostPosted: 01/13/19 1:36 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Round 14

Penultimate round of regular season play.
Canberra powered onward, this time led by Leilani Mitchell. Perth returned to some form by beating Melbourne fairly comfortably, despite Brittany McPhee being on a 15 FGA brick streak.
Bendigo took Adelaide to OT before eventually falling. Coffey's 37 points is the highest score this season. The extra effort seemed to take its toll on Adelaide, who struggled in the 2nd half of the tv game against Melbourne after looking very good early.
Sydney's horrible injury curse somehow got even worse, with Tahlia Tupaea going down in today's game with a knee injury.
Townsville scored a rare Batkovic-less road win, upsetting Dandenong. Suzy is still not healthy, but will apparently play next weekend when the Fire host the Flames. It will be both Belinda Snell and Suzy Batkovic's final WNBL games.

Home court is now set, with the only remaining variable being Perth & Adelaide fighting for 3rd place, which will be the TV game next weekend.


Bendigo 81 [OT] (Payne 21p, Wehrung 16p 5r, Tomlinson 14p, Whittle 12p 5r, Hurst 7p 7r 8a, Tobin 6p 10r 7a 4s 3b)
Adelaide 92 (Coffey 37p 12r 4a, Blicavs 16p 4a, Seekamp 11p 9a 7s, Alexander 10p 11r, Planeta 5p 5r)
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Perth 74 (Taylor 29p 8r, Schwagmeyer 14p, Ebzery 11p 5r 3s, Mansfield 8p 5a, Steindl 4p 6r, McPhee 2p 6r 5a)
Melbourne 60 (Magbegor 16p, O'Hea 12p 8r, Garrick 10p 3s, George 6p 7r, Talbot 5p 4a, Purcell 1p 6r)
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Townsville 68 (Mincy 15p 5a, Aokuso 13p 6r, Madgen 11p 7r, Garbin 10p 8r 3s, Samuels 9p, Donnelly 4p 6a)
Canberra 80 (Mitchell 20p 7a, Wilson 14p 7a, Nurse 14p 5r, Griffin 10p 9r 3s, Tolo 10p, Scherf 8p 10r)
Boxscore

Adelaide 83 (Coffey 26p 5r 3b, Alexander 21p 9r, Nicholson 13p 6r, Seekamp 12p 6a 4s, Davidson 8p, Blicavs 3p 5r)
Melbourne 98 (Allen 22p 8a, Talbot 21p 4a, Purcell 13p 10r 4a, George 12p 8r, O'Hea 11p 13r 5a)
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Sydney 79 (Tupaea 22p, Snell 15p 6r 10a 3b, Panousis 14p, Greaves 10p 8r, Johnson 8p 6r, Delaney 8p)
Canberra 99 (Mitchell 24p 8a, Tolo 17p, Griffin 16p 11r 7a, Nurse 13p 5r 6a, Froling 10p, Wilson 7p 8r 4a)
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Dandenong 68 (Cole 20p 3s, Mijovic 13p 5r 3b, Lavey 10p, Laney 9p 11r 5a, Pedersen 4p 5r)
Townsville 81 (Garbin 20p 8r, Cocks 17p 6r, Aokuso 15p 11r, Mincy 11p, Malott 7p 5r 7a, Beck 7p 3s, Donnelly 5r 5s)
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Ladder
Canberra 15-5
Melbourne 14-6
Perth 13-7
Adelaide 12-8
Dandenong 9-11
Townsville 8-12
Bendigo 7-13
Sydney 2-18



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Adelaide Lightning vs Melbourne Boomers

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PostPosted: 01/13/19 9:29 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Ezi seems to be getting more playing time. Certainly helps her draft stock as her stats are filling up (slightly).



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PostPosted: 01/13/19 9:49 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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Ezi seems to be getting more playing time. Certainly helps her draft stock as her stats are filling up (slightly).

Good minutes again vs (height-deficient) Perth, and probably her best stat line of the season.
But 2 days later @ Adelaide in the TV game she played only 8 minutes due to foul trouble.



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PostPosted: 01/13/19 10:40 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Magbegor had foul trouble, but they were also back to not starting her again.
Seems like she did well when she got the starts. Something to keep in mind.
This coach might be one who likes going with experienced players over young players or thinks they’re more deserving. I wonder how she’d be doing if she were at a team that gave her consistent starts.



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PostPosted: 01/15/19 9:32 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

In addition to Belinda Snell and Suzy Batkovic
http://wnbl.com.au/blog/news/snelly-and-suzy-farewell-wnbl/

... Kayla Pedersen is also playing her final game of pro basketball this coming weekend
http://wnbl.com.au/dandenong/news/kayla-pedersen-set-to-retire/



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PostPosted: 01/19/19 9:41 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Round 15
Just one game each to finish off the regular season, which was a nice piece of scheduling.
In the main event, it was Adelaide storming home from a huge deficit to take Perth to OT and claim the win, led by Nia Coffey. That gives them 3rd place on the ladder and a semi final matchup with Melbourne. Perth will play Canberra.
A massively undermanned Bendigo also lost in OT, 2OT actually, after leading against Canberra for most of the game. OT has been cruel to the Spirit this season.
Melbourne won the derby against Dandenong thanks to Lindsay Allen & Maddie Garrick, while Suzy Batkovic's Fire took the honours against Belinda Snell's Flames in the battle of the retirees.

Bendigo 97 [2OT] (Wehrung 30p 4a, Hurst 27p, Whittle 15p 6r, McLean 7p 5r, Tomlinson 4p 5r 8a 3b)
Canberra 101 (Tolo 27p 10r, Griffin 24p 20r 3s 3b, Wilson 12p 6r 9a, Nurse 12p, Rocci 11p 4a, Scherf 8p 5r, Mitchell 5p 9a)
Boxscore

Dandenong 78 (Cole 26p 5a 3s, Laney 24p 5r, Mijovic 14p 6r, Pedersen 7p 5r)
Melbourne 89 (Garrick 28p, Allen 21p 8r 6a, Magbegor 12p 6r, O'Hea 11p 4a, Talbot 10p 5r, Boothe 4p 5r, Purcell 3p 6r)
Boxscore

Townsville 90 (Batkovic 14p, Garbin 12p 8r, Samuels 12p, Madgen 11p 4a, Beck 10p 5a, Aokuso 9p 5r, Mincy 9p, Malott 5p 6r 4a)
Sydney 82 (Snell 21p 7r 9a 3s, Graham 14p, McSpadden 11p 12r, Greaves 8p, O'Hehir 8p, Panousis 7p 6r 4a)
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Perth 81 [OT] (Schwagmeyer 19p 8r 4a, Taylor 15p 7r, McPhee 12p 6r, Ebzery 12p, Steindl 11p 10r, Mansfield 8p 4a)
Adelaide 82 (Coffey 20p 9r 7b, Alexander 17p 9r, Clydesdale 17p, Seekamp 11p 9r 5a, Nicholson 10p, Blicavs 6a)
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Final Ladder
Canberra 16-5
Melbourne 15-6
Adelaide 13-8
Perth 13-8
Townsville 9-12
Dandenong 9-12
Bendigo 7-14
Sydney 2-19



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PostPosted: 01/19/19 10:07 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

George was out? Magbegor got the start even with O’Hea being back, but looked to be saddled with foul trouble. Is it 5 fouls for a DQ in WNBL?



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Is it 5 fouls for a DQ in WNBL?
Correct.

All the playoff games (semis and finals are best of 3) are televised this season, so you'll be able to see Ezi at least twice.
Melbourne-Adelaide could be a good close series. I don't have the same hope for Canberra-Perth.



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PostPosted: 01/19/19 10:34 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Hey Luuuc, Rebecca Cole had a breakout season this year. I haven't really seen her play -- or at least she never made an impression on me. Do you see any WNBA potential there? She's 5-10 like Whitcomb, and at 26 is around the same age as Sami when she started to play well.



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PostPosted: 01/19/19 10:43 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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Hey Luuuc, Rebecca Cole had a breakout season this year. I haven't really seen her play -- or at least she never made an impression on me. Do you see any WNBA potential there? She's 5-10 like Whitcomb, and at 26 is around the same age as Sami when she started to play well.

Sami was somewhat of a late bloomer, whereas Cole was good from a young age and was on my Opals radar several years ago, but just had a terrible run with injuries over a lot of years. Really pleased for her to finally be healthy this season and playing as well as she is. She was worked her butt off to get where she is.
But no, I don't see her in the WNBA. I think she has put herself into the mix for an Opals spot (though she is really into 3x3 and I think she might be aiming for that for Tokyo 2020, which would take her out of Opals contention).
She has a pretty solid all-around game, but I just don't see the "x-factor" in her game that would grab the attention of a WNBA scout.



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root_thing wrote:
Hey Luuuc, Rebecca Cole had a breakout season this year. I haven't really seen her play -- or at least she never made an impression on me. Do you see any WNBA potential there? She's 5-10 like Whitcomb, and at 26 is around the same age as Sami when she started to play well.

Sami was somewhat of a late bloomer, whereas Cole was good from a young age and was on my Opals radar several years ago, but just had a terrible run with injuries over a lot of years. Really pleased for her to finally be healthy this season and playing as well as she is. She was worked her butt off to get where she is.
But no, I don't see her in the WNBA. I think she has put herself into the mix for an Opals spot (though she is really into 3x3 and I think she might be aiming for that for Tokyo 2020, which would take her out of Opals contention).
She has a pretty solid all-around game, but I just don't see the "x-factor" in her game that would grab the attention of a WNBA scout.


There are very few complete players out there. Most have obvious strengths and weaknesses. If Cole has a solid all-around game, that would be x-factor enough. However, if she's more interested in opportunities with the national team, whether Opals or 3x3, then she may not have any interest or time for the WNBA. Thanks.



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Luuuc wrote:
root_thing wrote:
Hey Luuuc, Rebecca Cole had a breakout season this year. I haven't really seen her play -- or at least she never made an impression on me. Do you see any WNBA potential there? She's 5-10 like Whitcomb, and at 26 is around the same age as Sami when she started to play well.

Sami was somewhat of a late bloomer, whereas Cole was good from a young age and was on my Opals radar several years ago, but just had a terrible run with injuries over a lot of years. Really pleased for her to finally be healthy this season and playing as well as she is. She was worked her butt off to get where she is.
But no, I don't see her in the WNBA. I think she has put herself into the mix for an Opals spot (though she is really into 3x3 and I think she might be aiming for that for Tokyo 2020, which would take her out of Opals contention).
She has a pretty solid all-around game, but I just don't see the "x-factor" in her game that would grab the attention of a WNBA scout.


There are very few complete players out there. Most have obvious strengths and weaknesses. If Cole has a solid all-around game, that would be x-factor enough. However, if she's more interested in opportunities with the national team, whether Opals or 3x3, then she may not have any interest or time for the WNBA. Thanks.

In the Brondello era I don't think Opals aspirants are as much of an availability problem for WNBA teams as they have been under Joyce or Graf in the past. (eg. the Opals camp later in the year is being held in Phoenix) I just think that most WNBA coaches would rather grab someone they are familiar with from college as their end-of-the-roster guard rather than someone they only have some WNBL footage of. (Brondello herself could be an exception, given that she brought Tess Madgen to Phoenix a few years ago).



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This was an entertaining game. Worth a look if you have the time. Perth Lynx vs Adelaide Lightning

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Luuuc wrote:
Also, random stat time:
Ezi Magbegor: 8.1 ppg (49%), 4.7 rpg
Zitina Aokuso: 8.0 ppg (44%), 5.1 rpg
I'll be interested to see what has happened to those numbers by season's end.


Final stats:
Ezi Magbegor: 8.8 points (0.55 FG%, 0.55 FT%), 4.5 reb, 0.7 ast, 0.9 blk, 1.2 to.
Zitina Aokuso: 9.5 points (0.46 FG%, 0.62 FT%), 5.6 reb, 1.1 ast, 0.5 blk, 2.3 to.

Lame WNBL website doesn't provide minutes unfortunately. Aokuso's would have been higher but I don't know how much.



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Best-of-3 semi finals are underway. Format has been changed this season to H-A-H.
We've got (1) Canberra vs (4) Perth, and (2) Melbourne vs (3) Adelaide.


Semi Final Game 1
Canberra 95 (Nurse 31p 3a 3s, Mitchell 24p 6r 7a, Griffin 18p 12r 7a, Wilson 9p 7a, Tolo 8p 7r)
Perth 76 (McPhee 25p 8r, Schwagmeyer 13p 7r, Steindl 10p, Taylor 9p 5r)
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(Other) Semi Final Game 1:
Melbourne 60 (Magbegor 14p, Allen 12p 5a, Talbot 9p, George 8p 12r 4a, O'Hea 4p 6r 4a)
Adelaide 76 (Seekamp 18p 6a 4s, Coffey 16p 8r, Nicholson 10p 4s, Blicavs 9p, Davidson 8p, Alexander 7p 11r)
Boxscore

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Semi Final Game Twos:

Adelaide 100 (Coffey 30p 9r, Nicholson 23p 6r, Alexander 20p 9r, Blicavs 11p, Seekamp 9p 12a)
Melbourne 92 (Allen 29p 6a, George 24p 9r, O'Hea 13p 4a, Talbot 8p 8r, Garrick 8p, Purcell 8p)
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Perth 75 (Ebzery 17p 5r 4a, Schwagmeyer 17p 5r, Mansfield 12p, Taylor 11p 7r, McPhee 10p 19r, Allen 4p 4a 4b)
Canberra 91 (Nurse 27p, Mitchell 19p 5r 7a, Wilson 15p 6r 12a, Griffin 12p 13r 3s, Tolo 8p, Froling 8p)
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So both semi final series end in 2-0 sweeps, and it will be Canberra vs Adelaide in the grand finals.



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