New Year’s Resolutions for five NBL1 Mens teams: The only way is up
As a new year arrives for NBL1 across the country, we look at how the bottom five men's teams across the leagues can move up the ladder.
It was a struggle for NBL1 Men’s teams Bankstown, Dandenong, Eastern Mavericks, South West Slammers and the South West Metro Pirates in season 2022.
Here are three key things each club could do to rise up the table and turn their fortunes around in 2023.
NBL1 East | Bankstown Bruins
The Bruins logged just five wins to find themselves on the bottom of the NBL1 East table last year, but could’ve easily had more. They experienced two heartbreaking overtime losses – one to fellow cellar dweller Central Coast, and the other to second placed Maitland. To add to that pain they endured ten games with an average losing margin of 5.4 points. That’s tough!
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