Dean Vickerman was powerless to explain how one of the most talented rosters in the NBL had again thrown away their hard-won gains. For Sydney coach Gaze and Melbourne United’s Vickerman, Saturday night’s latest losses were contrasting but equally miserable. The good news for Gaze and Vickerman, his assistant coach last year at the Kings, is that one of them has to win on Monday night.
ANDREW Gaze broke down over the tragic loss of a championship teammate and seemed resigned to his coaching fate after another bruising loss. Dean Vickerman was powerless to explain how one of the most talented rosters in the NBL had again thrown away their hard-won gains. For Sydney coach Gaze and Melbourne United’s Vickerman, Saturday night’s latest losses were contrasting but equally miserable.
MELBOURNE basketball’s prodigal son sauntered into Hisense Arena last night with the golden touch that has made him Australian sporting royalty. Fist bumps for the court announcer, an affectionate bear hug for United coach Dean Vickerman, his assistant coach at Sydney last year. Andrew Gaze knows he is in a deep dark hole but as he returned to the town that loves him like no other, he was determined not to show it.
Liz Cambage was bloody terrific tonight. Took it to game 3 of WNBL finals with the last two baskets. I am sure the experts could tell me but seems she has all the ability to totally dominate world basketball. If that's what she wants...
I'm pretty sure that young doctor is going to get some action. I've got the point by now. I would even watch the show for the first time if they promised to stop showing that ad over and over and over and over...
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