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Featured News / April 12th, 2017

Off-season player tracker

Keep up to date with where your favourite Melbourne United players are playing this offseason.

NZ NBL

Tai Wesley’s Wellington Saints remain comfortable on top of the table in the NZ NBL after winning their two games over the weekend to take them to 6 – 0.

Tai has continued to dominate under the rim with 9 points and 6 rebounds against Taranaki Mountainairs and 16 points and 6 rebounds in his win against Tohi Smith-Milner’s Caterbury Rams.

Smith-Milner dropped 3 points and 5 rebounds in his team’s loss to the Saints.

Kyle Adnam took it up a notch in his second game for the Giants chipping in with 11 points and 5 assists in the team’s loss to the Hawks.

SEABL

Iggy Hadziomerovic has continued to impress for Sandringhan over the weekend with two solid performances. He was aggressive on the boards in their loss to Bendigo with 6 points and 6 rebounds, and then backed it up with 18 points and 6 boards in their loss to Albury on Saturday.

Owen Odigie got busy on Friday night in Kilsyth’s game against Nunawading with 12 points and 4 rebounds. He followed up with 3 points and 4 rebounds in the team’s narrow loss to Ballarat on Sunday.

Nate Tomlinson made his debut for the Melbourne Tigers over the weekend with 7 and 12 points respectively in his first two games back. After two games he leads the league in assists.

French National Basketball League (Pro A)

Dave Andersen and Casper Ware have won their second game with ASVEL over the weekend, making Dave’s record two from two since his return back to France.

Casper had 22 and 6 assists off the bench while Andersen had 11 points and 6 rebounds.

ASEAN Basketball League

Josh Boone’s side the Hong Kong Eastern Long Lions have also continued their dominance as they gear up for the ABL Finals which tip off on Friday against Singapore.

Boone has been instrumental to the teams success heading into finals with another 27 points, 8 rebounds and 5 blocks in the team’s second semi-finals game against Singapore.