Wildcats explore options as NBL crumbles

The Perth Wildcats plans to proceed with its application to play in a reformed national basketball league even though the withdrawal of the Melbourne Tigers and South Dragons has cast doubt on the competition's viability.


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Please, please, please make sure that there is a national basketball competition!!! As a 6ft 3" female I NEED tall males to look at, plus it's a great sport!!

Tall chicks are hot... but shame I'm only a 6' 1 guy.

Louise, Feel free to come down to Loftus centre on a Wednesday night, plenty of tall *ahem* hot basketball players on show!!

Why don't the Wildcats make a bold startegic move and do this: - Assuming there is a league they could possibly join - Announce they are going to play in the/an Asian League (Singapore, South East Aisa) - As the ONLY (weekly) Australian team playing they would be flooded by Australia's best players wanting to join. - As the ONLY (Weekly) Australian team playing they would attract a lot of sponsorship dollars! - Being based in Perth the flights to games wouldn't be much worse than flying east anyway - in fact - the time zone difference would be the same or closer! The Wildcats should take this opportunity to consider bolder moves for many reasons. Strategically this could be a permanent opportunity - even if the NBA reforms the fact is Perth is always disadvantaged. The Wildcats could let the rest of Australia have the Australian League (as the breeding ground) and the Wildcats/Perth could be the permanant gateway/stepping stone to international leagues/Asia.

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