Brisbane Bullets Season Preview

The Bullets have marked their return to the national league with a group of core signings that already have experience at this level, including their two imports. It’s a somewhat safe approach that may not have the upside of some others around the league, but it does give them a clearer picture of what their floor could be. Cameron Bairstow is the exciting signing, as he makes his first professional appearance outside of the NBA, whilst young wings Matt Kenyon and Reuben Te Rangi add an unproven element to the roster. Brisbane will certainly be competitive game by game and have a head coach in Andrej Lemanis that is coming off a sensational Olympic campaign where he had total buy in and a group that produced beautiful ball movement.

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