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    Does anyone have links to the schedules for the Men's and Women s tournaments?

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    Thanks, but I was looking for specific dates and times for the competitions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAREY33 View Post
    Thanks, but I was looking for specific dates and times for the competitions.
    There're dates: 14th and 18th of August. In case you didn't know, only Australia and New Zealand participates in this "tournament", so they plays home/away games , both men and women on the same day. As for precise times of the games, check federations sites maybe


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    Thanks. I was aware its only 2 teams, was looking for specific start times.

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    Australia Men's National Basketball Team - Boomers

    David Andersen
    Cameron Bairstow
    David Barlow
    Ryan Broekoff
    Matthew Dellavedova
    Dante Exum
    Adam Gibson
    Joe Ingles
    Patty Mills
    Luke Nevill
    Anthony Petrie
    Ben Simmons

    New Zealand Men's National Basketball Team - Tall Blacks

    Tom Abercrombie
    Jordan Ngatai
    Everard Bartlett
    Izayah Mauriohooho Le'afa
    Mika Vukona
    Jarrod Kenny
    Corey Webster
    BJ Anthony
    Reuben Te Rangi
    Casey Frank
    Jack Salt
    Alex Pledger



    I'll have to keep a close eye on Dante Exum and Ben Simmons as well as Matthew Dellavedova, who recently earned a Cleveland Cavaliers training camp invite.

    I am intrigued by Izayah Mauriohooho Le'afa, he is just 16 while Jack Salt is only 17. Plus Jordan Ngatai, was a late inclusion for the Tall Blacks trip to China, but he had impressed Nenad. Good to see Pledger back for the squad.
    Sacramento Kings
    HERE WE STAY UNTIL THE COWBELLS COME HOME

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    I hate say this but I think its gonna be an Aussie sweep... Tall Blacks are saving Kirk Penney and Steven Adams for next year's World Cup while Thomas Abercrombie just recovered from his injury and was out of form in their 8-game tour in China...


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    They should call this FIBA No-Bearing Championships. LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenarcher View Post
    They should call this FIBA No-Bearing Championships. LOL!
    LOL! .... its only bearing if its an Olympic qualifier...


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    Tonight... 2013 FIBA Oceania Championship... just another game of trans-Tasman rivalry... Australia vs. New Zealand...

    Game 1: Australia Boomers vs. New Zealand Tall Blacks (August 14) North Shore Events Centre, Auckland, New Zealand [07:30 PM New Zealand Standard Time]

    Make sure to open the link below on the appointed time of the game... cheers!
    Livestream: http://lsh.streamhunter.eu/static/po...875349340.html


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    Sup Donmar! Here's another livestream link:

    http://www.competitions.livebasketba...pionship-women

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    Quote Originally Posted by Basketcase View Post
    Sup Donmar! Here's another livestream link:

    http://www.competitions.livebasketba...pionship-women

    Ssshhh.. I'm watching


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    Quote Originally Posted by donmar View Post
    Ssshhh.. I'm watching
    Halftime score: 39-32 to NZ
    We're doing well bro..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Basketcase View Post
    Halftime score: 39-32 to NZ
    We're doing well bro..
    hehehe I can feel an upset by the Baby Tall Blacks.. the young players are stepping up and of course, them young lads not playing for Andrej Lemanis with the Breakers before helps a lot...


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    Live Stats for Tallblacks-Boomers game:

    http://www.fibalivestats.com/matches...896XOnZhe0J3w/

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    Quote Originally Posted by donmar View Post
    hehehe I can feel an upset by the Baby Tall Blacks.. the young players are stepping up and of course, them young lads not playing for Andrej Lemanis with the Breakers before helps a lot...
    Yeah bro, it's good to see these young guys playing well for the Tallblacks, specially Te Rangi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Basketcase View Post
    Yeah bro, it's good to see these young guys playing well for the Tallblacks, specially Te Rangi.
    Australia took the lead... both teams look a bit rusty to me... must be because big names ain't playing...


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    Australia 70 - 59 NZ .... Patty Mills just a class of his own in Game 1...


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    P. Mills just too good for us and our young guys inexperience showed..

    70-59 to AUS

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