Final thoughts ahead of the NBL decider

We probably won’t get the dramatic game winning shot that we had last year (courtesy of Ekene Ibekwe), but we do have a deciding game three, which seems perfectly fitting given how tight the league has been this season. The defense and rebounding of both teams has been a constant all season and, true to form, this has been the dominant theme throughout the first two games. On offense, it’s been patchy at best, with Nathan Jawai’s scoring outburst in game one, along with Matt Knight inside and Casey Prather’s work at the rim or at the free throw line (or absence of), being a key factor in both games.

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