Ben Simmons – he wanted to play Cricket for Australia

“Every time I step on the floor or whatever I’m doing, I’m always representing Australia and especially Philadelphia,” he said post-game. “I have two homes now, it’s an amazing feeling I’m representing something much bigger than myself and my family.”

In 11 minutes, Simmons threw down 18 points, two rebounds and two assists. – Philly 76’s 114 vs Orlando Magic 106, 5/3/19

Ben Simmons athleticism is clear when you watch an NBA game and like many stars, he excelled at many sports as a youngster.

The 22-year-old Aussie said he showed plenty of promise in rugby league and Aussie rules but the Philadelphia 76ers star said he couldn’t go down the route of becoming a star cricketers with one major roadblock holding back his potential.

“I’m six foot 10 (208cm tall),” Simmons told reporters. “I don’t think I’ve ever seen a six foot 10 cricket player.”

He’s pretty right about that, the two tallest Australian cricketers were Peter George and Bruce Reid, both six foot eight.

But the tallest first-class and international cricketer is Mohammed Irfan who is seven foot one.

Still, the Aussie star found his sport, making Australian basketball history as the first Aussie to be selected in the NBA All-Star game, which will be played Monday at midday AEDT and will be live on ESPN and Kayo Sports.

But first Simmons will play for the World Team against the best young US stars in the Rising Stars game, the traditional match between the NBAs best first and second-year players.

While Simmons was at the centre of an All-Star first with a trade for Russell Westbrook, Simmons said he was looking forward to working with Dallas Mavericks rookie Luka Doncic, who he predicts to follow in his footsteps and be named the NBA Rookie of the Year.

Despite his cricket career not panning out, Simmons is still eager to represent Australia however, potentially as early as two exhibition games against Team USA in Melbourne in August and even the Boomers’ World Cup campaign in China.

“I’m not really focused on it right now, but I know when I have the right opportunity to go play and represent Australia I’ll do that,” Simmons said.

Simmons was embroiled in controversy the past week when news broke he was interested in working out with Magic Johnson, the Los Angeles Lakers legend and president of the team’s basketball operations.

Simmons explained his desire to learn from the game’s greats.

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“I mean, whenever you have an opportunity to talk to a Hall of Famer regardless of who it is you want to get some information and learn from them,” Simmons said.

Johnson and the Lakers, keen to add All-Stars to their roster, have been fined for breaching the NBA’s tampering rules the past year.

The NBA cleared Johnson and the Lakers on Tuesday after finding it was the 76ers who initiated the contact “with the Los Angeles Lakers by requesting a meeting between Johnson and Simmons”.
Simmons was asked to name his basketball role models growing up and he chose James and Johnson.

“Somebody I looked up to as a player was LeBron, for sure,” Simmons said. “I watched a lot of Magic highlights.

“So I think those are the two guys I have really looked at.”

— with Peter Mitchell, AAP

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The NBA is hotting up. Ben Simmons is the current MVP on his latest performances. Judging by the comments on some of the videos, the US fans are somewhat miffed that an Aussie can stroll in and take centre stage. Now it appears 13 year NBA veteran, Andrew Bogart, currently a free agent after a year with the Sydney Kings, is being courted by a number of clubs as well.

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LeBron Ices win over Pelicans with a Triple.

It’s hard to keep a champion down. After successive losses, LeBron and the Lakers fire up against the Pelicans. Here’s the full report…

LeBron’s Unreal Triple Ices Win Over Pelicans

Clock running out, defender all over him, fading away on one leg: ideal conditions for LeBron James.

The Lakers were nursing a three-point lead with only 31 seconds left when James stepped back for a ridiculous corner 3-pointer to put the game on ice for a 125-119 win over New Orleans.

“I think he had his hands in the air before it went in,” coach Luke Walton said. “That’s what great players do. That’s an impossible shot and we needed it at that moment. We had kind of stalled out offensively. A big-time shot by one of the all-time greats.”

Having lost four of their previous five games, the Lakers (30-31) needed to get back in the win column to avoid falling further in the Western Conference playoff race.

Unsurprisingly, James was the one leading the way with 33 points and 10 assists. He constantly powered through the Pelicans’ interior defense while also stepping out for four 3-pointers, including his insane trey in the final minute.

But it took more than one player to overcome a spirited effort from New Orleans (27-36), which was led by former Laker Julius Randle (35 points) and L.A. native Jrue Holiday (19 points, 10 assists).

The Lakers trotted out a small-ball starting lineup, replacing 7-footer JaVale McGee with 6-foot-1 Rajon Rondo.

“We needed to win,” Walton said. “Rondo’s won championships. He’s an NBA champion. Let’s get him on the court and see what happens.”

The point guard was instrumental in his team’s attack, handing out a season-high 16 assists while also pitching in 11 points.

A couple of those dimes came during the most explosive part of the night. The Lakers trailed by five midway through the third quarter when Kyle Kuzma (22 points) suddenly erupted.

The 23-year-old threw down three monstrous dunks in a two-minute stretch, while LeBron provided one of his own, sending the crowd into hysterics.

“Those were huge momentum plays for our ball club,” James said, “which the fans loved and we loved it for them.”

The Lakers rode that momentum the rest of the way, though they still needed some clutch moments to pull out the victory. New Orleans cut their lead to just one with 1:38 left, when they turned to their hot hand.

Brandon Ingram — who continued his impressive four-game streak with 23 points — attacked his man off the dribble, getting to the rim and scoring despite a tough finish.

Then LeBron asserted himself on the defensive end, switching onto Holiday and stripping the point guard of the ball. When the Pelicans forced him into a tough shot on the ensuing possession, he turned dire circumstances into an unreal bucket.

“LeBron did what LeBron does,” Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry said. “He makes an almost impossible shot in the corner and that put a lot of pressure on us. That really was the one that decided the game.”

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Simmons vs LeBron

The Apprentice schools the Master? Ben Simmons shows LeBron James a few new tricks.

Simmons is the first of a new generation of Australian bred champions taking the NBA by storm, With 11 on the roster and a host of talented young stars playing College Basketball waiting int he wings, this year’s NBA current rookie of the year is not holding back.

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Australian Ben Simmons stars in Philly 76ers demolition of the New York Knicks

Ben Simmons again shows why he is the hottest property in Basketball right now. Raised in Melbourne, Simmons starred in the 76ers vs Knicks game on Wednesday.

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Here is the game report on the 76ers vs the Knicks…

Ben Simmons shines as Philadelphia 76ers down New York Knicks in Madison Square Garden

NEW YORK, NY — This was like an All-Star Game before the All-Star Game.

Lacklustre defence on both ends, experimental lineups galore, and highlights plays were on the agenda on Thursday (AEDT), as Madison Square Garden played host to two teams that couldn’t wait for the weekend to roll around.

As expected, the Philadelphia 76ers handed the New York Knicks their 18th straight loss, walking away as 126-111 victors in a game where the context was as clear as day.

“I think this break is timely,” 76ers head coach, Brett Brown, said post-game.

The Knicks would probably agree. They’re playing like the worst team in the league and realistically stood no chance against one of the East’s best, while the 76ers picked up an easy win after a mentally-draining week. We saw the home team jump into a zone for large portions of the game — something you rarely see from an NBA team — while the visitors experimented with different groups, trying out different lineups after altering their roster at the trade deadline.

“I believe, for me, this is the third team I’ve coached this year,” Brown said. “I did not put tonnes of expectations, or team goals, or individual expectations on the group.

“I told them that I wanna step back and see stuff unfold, and learn from them, and see how this plays out.”

The result was a sloppy affair, with both teams content to put the game behind them and enjoy the rest that All-Star Weekend will bring.

Ben Simmons finished with 18 points, four rebounds, and six assists, with his focus now shifting toward Charlotte, where he’ll play in both the Rising Stars game, and his first-ever NBA All-Star Game.

“It’s my first All-Star Game,” Simmons said postgame, when asked what he’s most looking forward to for the upcoming weekend. “Being a part of that, being around the guys and learning.”

He and Joel Embiid expertly played in the middle of the Knicks’ porous zone, with the big-man putting up 24 points and 11 rebounds of his own.

The Knicks spread the scoring load — Allonzo Trier ad a team-high 19 points — but the talent deficit was obvious from the tip, with David Fizdale’s team falling to a league-worst 10-47 on the season.

Brown continued to fulfil his promise of trying new things with his recently-acquired players; at times, playing a lineup that didn’t feature either Simmons or Embiid, a rarity for the now 37-21 Sixers.

That strategy meant it was another DNP-CD for Sydney’s Jonah Bolden; his fourth straight since the February 8 deadline. There’s a chance, however, that he returns to his pre-deadline minutes after the All-Star break, as Brown focuses on solidifying a rotation for what he hopes is a deep postseason run.

“For me, I’ll come back at the start of the third — the run home — and deliver a more concise plan, expectation type stuff; things that I can do to help them,” Brown said.

For me, personally, to go through the four games now with our new guys, I feel better off coming back with a plan I think is realistic and appropriate for where we wanna end up.”

Samsung Diamonds win third straight Quad Series

As reported earlier the Australian Netball team recently competed in the third round of the Quad Series, conducted in England in late January. The Diamonds prevailed, winning their third series trophy.

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Here is the full report on The Diamonds Quad Series for your interest.

Samsung Diamonds Win Third Straight Quad Series Title

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The Diamonds have won their third straight Quad Series trophy, despite going down 52 to 49 in a tough final match of the series to England in London’s Copper Box Arena.

The equation was clear at the beginning of the game; the Diamonds would secure a third-straight Quad Series victory with a win over the Roses or the trophy would remain in England if the home team could pull off a five goal win.

The task was made all the more difficult when starting goal keeper Courtney Bruce was ruled out of the match with a concussion. She joined captain Caitlin Bassett and vice-captain Gabi Simpson on the sidelines who both suffered injuries earlier in the tour.

The game got off to a spectacular start as both teams made brilliant plays up either end of the court.

Emily Mannix couldn’t have asked for a better start filling in for the injured Courtney Bruce, nabbing two interceptions and shutting out multiple English advances as the Diamonds took a five goal lead into the first break.

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But, thanks to a huge 13-goal quarter from substitute Rachel Dunn, England came storming back in the second forcing some uncharacteristic mistakes from the Australians and ending the first half with a 27 to 24 goal lead.

Diamonds head coach Lisa Alexander made a slew of changes at half time, replacing shooter Caitlin Thwaites with Steph Wood, Kate Moloney for Kelsey Browne and Jo Weston for April Brandley.

The Roses continued to push the Diamonds, flying out to a six-goal lead early in the third quarter, but thanks to some strong shooting and athletic defending by substitutes Steph Wood and April Brandley, Australia were able to stay in touch, dragging it back to a four goal deficit at the end of the third.

It was a riveting final quarter of the match as both teams put the foot down and went hard until the final whistle. The Diamonds fought back and went ahead by two goals with five minutes remaining but the Roses were too strong, taking the game by 3 goals.

It was an intense way to finish what has been an incredible Quad Series and has set the stage for a huge Netball World Cup in Liverpool in July.

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The Diamonds players will head back to Australia in the coming days, with all players set to continue preparations for the start of the Suncorp Super Netball season which kicks off in April.

The squad will regroup this March in Canberra where World Cup preparations will continue.

Source: netball.com.au

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Celtics take down Nets The Splash Brothers, Brown and Smart star.

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The big game saw the Boston Celtics take on the Brooklyn Nets – a traditional grudge match. Boston truly loves its Celtics and it is always a big deal to beat the team from the Big Apple.

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Here’s the match report.

Brown and Smart carry Celtics past short-handed Nets 112-104

BOSTON — The Boston Celtics blocked out an emotional loss to the Golden State Warriors over the weekend.

They swatted away a franchise record-tying number of shots, too.

Jaylen Brown and Marcus Smart each scored 21 points, and the Celtics beat Brooklyn 112-104 on Monday night to snap the injury-riddled Nets’ six-game winning streak.

Aron Baynes had 16 points, Marcus Morris 15, and Al Horford and Terry Rozier each had 14 for Boston, which tied a franchise record with 16 blocked shots and won for the sixth time in seven games. Horford had 11 rebounds.

The Celtics played without star guard Kyrie Irving, who was sidelined with a sore left hip.
Boston lost a tough 115-111 contest against the Warriors on Saturday.

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“We’re professionals and you’ve got to move onto the next one,” Smart said. “We were short, Kyrie wasn’t playing. A lot of guys needed to step up and they did tonight.”

Brown said the Celtics wanted to carry some of the energy from the loss into the game.

“It’s a hot team,” he said. “We wanted to come out and break some of their confidence.”

D’Angelo Russell led the Nets with 25 points and Shabazz Napier had 20. Brooklyn had won 19 of its previous 24 games.

“I’m just disappointed; I didn’t think we made the extra pass tonight,” Brooklyn coach Kenny Atkinson said of the blocked shots. “When they are coming, we’ve got to kick it for open shots. I felt like it was a little too much put your head down and go against two guys at the rim. We’ve got to do a better job of making that extra pass.”

Brooklyn was missing five regular players.

“It is what it is. It’s something that we’re going into the game knowing that, so it’s not our excuse,” Russell said. “Everybody has to step up. It’s not the first time we’ve had to do that, but it’s definitely tougher.”

The Celtics took charge with an 11-0 run early in the final quarter. Brown capped the spree with a 3-pointer from the right corner, pushing Boston’s lead to 102-90 with just over 7 minutes to play.

Boston used a 14-2 run midway into the second quarter en route to a 60-50 halftime edge. Brown triggered the spurt with a 3 and scored seven points.

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Nets: Their next win will be the 28th, matching the total for last season. Also, they can match last season’s road total of 13 with their next road victory. … They had won 10 of their first 12 games in January.

Celtics: Coach Brad Stevens explained the need to be smart handling Irving’s days he doesn’t play. “He’s very open and candid when he’s not feeling great,” he said. “We’re very alert to that and want to make sure we prioritize not only to the short-term health, but obviously to the long term. We were going to sit him eight to 12 games anyways, so when he has nicks and bruises it makes sense to sit.” … F Gordon Hayward needed two stitches to close a first-quarter cut on his left hand, but he returned to the floor in the second. Smart also had a cut over his right eye.

BLOCK PARTY

The 16 blocked shots matched the record set on Jan. 21, 1983, against Chicago. Boston had a season-high 12 blocked shots — with Horford getting a half dozen — in the opening half, matching the most by an NBA team for a half this season, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.

The New York Knicks also had a dozen.

STICK TO THE PLAN

As one of the NBA’s surprise teams, Atkinson has tried not to waver from his concept on how to turn things around after two losing seasons.

It’s worked so far.

“What’s hard when you’re losing is to stick with that culture, not go off the rails and start changing things,” Atkinson said. “We did change some things, but the basic foundation of what we wanted to do was established in the beginning and kept on the same way. It’s great that we’re starting to reap some results.”

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Atkinson thinks his team has learned the hard way about dealing with injuries.
“That’s been part of our maturity and our confidence, not looking for the guys that are out,” he said.

They were missing six players Monday — five that get decent minutes: F Treveon Graham (sore lower back), G Spencer Dinwiddie (surgery Monday, right thumb), F Allen Crabbe (sore right knee), F Jared Dudley (strained left hamstring), F Caris LeVert (right foot injury) and G/F Dzanan Musa (left shoulder injury).

Source: espn.com.au

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A Golden Era for Aussies – Basketball and Netball

In Australia Basketball and Netball are moving from strength to strength. Currently there are 11 Australian players featuring on the NBA team rosters. The local Australian competition is also surging (the NBL) with television coverage and excellent Press. As well Netball’s national competition is available on both free-to-air and pay TV.

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So what is the catalyst for such success? Australia has always fielded a fairly high level of competition for Basketball and over the last 15 years, Netball has certainly progressed with solid international success.

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State Basketball Centre

Successive Governments have allocated substantial funding to the creation of Community facilities, both as stand-alone stadiums, as well as excellent facilities incorporated into both new and existing Primary and Secondary Schools. In Victoria this has seen rapid acceleration of the facilities available through the development of the PPP scheme (Public Private Partnerships).

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Australian NBA Player Mathew Dellanova explains it quite well in this article from ESPN.

Delly predicts NBA golden era for Aussies

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Matthew Dellavedova believes Australian basketball is on the cusp of a golden era with a record 11 players on NBA rosters this season.

With Victoria’s Mitch Creek signing a non-guaranteed deal with the Brooklyn Nets, a mammoth Australian contingent will feature in the upcoming NBA season – headlined by Philadelphia 76ers superstar Ben Simmons.

Former NBA Championship winner Dellavedova says the sky is the limit for his countrymen, with the season kicking off in October.

“It’s an awesome time to be an Australian involved in basketball over here because there are so many exciting players coming through,” Milwaukee Bucks guard Dellavedova told AAP.

“Obviously, Ben is the biggest name of them all but you’ve also got Jonah Bolden joining him at the Sixers, Thon (Maker) with me at Milwaukee and Dante (Exum) back healthy again.”

Point guard Simmons starred in his first season in the NBA, smashing a series of records while leading the 76ers to the Eastern Conference semi-finals and himself to Rookie of The Year award.

Having battled through injuries since the Utah Jazz drafted Exum with the fifth overall pick in 2014, the talented point guard recently agreed to a three-year, $US33-million contract extension.

While fellow Australian Aron Baynes recently signed a two-year, $US11-million deal to remain at the Boston Celtics, Dellavedova is particularly excited with Melbourne’s Ryan Broekhoff landing at the Dallas Mavericks from Europe.

“I’m really excited for Ryan Broekhoff to get his chance with Dallas,” Dellavedova said.

“He’s a guy that’s good enough to play in the NBA and has been for a number of years.”

Dellavedova attributed the NBA invasion to the Australian Institute of Sport’s basketball program.

“I think a big reason for it is the AIS; the Centre of Excellence is an unbelievable facility,” he said.

“A lot of us have come through there and I think that’s the foundation of my success and I would say a lot of other guys, too.”

Australians on NBA teams for the 2018/19 regular season are: Ben Simmons, Jonah Bolden (Philadelphia 76ers); Aron Baynes (Boston Celtics); Joe Ingles, Dante Exum (Utah Jazz); Matthew Dellavedova, Thon Maker (Milwaukee Bucks); Ryan Broekhoff (Dallas Mavericks); Patty Mills (San Antonio Spurs); Mitch Creek (Brooklyn Nets); Deng Adel (Toronto Raptors).

Source: espn.com.au

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