Basketball Tasmania keen on recruiting the state's best basketballers for NBL inaugural season

Andrew Mathieson
Updated July 2 2021 - 1:45am, first published July 19 2020 - 11:32am
CALL HOME: NBL veteran Adam Gibson contests against respective Tasmanian Chris Goulding after his rival days ago quashed any thought of returning to his home state while Gibson is open to the idea of joining a new side. Picture: NBL
CALL HOME: NBL veteran Adam Gibson contests against respective Tasmanian Chris Goulding after his rival days ago quashed any thought of returning to his home state while Gibson is open to the idea of joining a new side. Picture: NBL

Basketball Tasmania has weighed into recruiting plans for the state's emerging NBL side, suggesting contribution from talked up names should not be overlooked to garner strong rank and file support.

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Andrew Mathieson

Andrew Mathieson

Sports Journalist

The day I realised I wasn't good enough to play for St Kilda or be the No.1 spinner for Australia was when I realised journalism was the closest I could come to follow my passion for sport. And it's not just about the scores for me. It's the back story behind the game.

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