Tuesday, December 15, 2009

What's Making News

Mika Vukona (#7) and Pero Cameron (#11) will be joined by fellow Kiwi international Craig Bradshaw (back) on the Gold Coast.

- New Zealand Breakers veteran Tony Ronaldson is hoping that fans of the Breakers will show up to our game on Thursday night against the fourth placed Townsville Crocodiles.

- Brett Maher believes that the Adelaide 36ers just need to be "calm under pressure" and they can turn their losing fortunes around.
- Inform Breakers centre Rick Rickett is in a race against time. Rickett has a burning desire to represent New Zealand at the 2010 World Championship's but it seems the clock may run out before he gets his official Kiwi passport.

While on the subject of the Tall Blacks, NBL MVP Kirk Penney will make a last ditch effort to convince his good friend Sean Marks to come back and play international hoops, one last time.

- Extra responsibility has been the key in the improved play of Cairns Taipan centre Ian Crosswhite.

- Kiwi international Craig Bradshaw is back in the NBL, but this time as a Gold Coast Breaker. He is in a race against time to be cleared to play when the Adelaide 36ers host the Blaze tomorrow night.

- Perth Wildcats Head Coach Rob Beveride believes Jesse Wagstaff will walk away with the Rookie of the Year award.

In other Wildcats news, import Galen Young seems ready to make his debut for the club as his paperwork is being finalised.

- Are you hyped about seeing an NBA game? Make it easy on yourself and join CJ Bruton on his NBA Hype Tour. You will get to see 5 NBA games will on tour.

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