Photo Credit: SEABL With the SEABL season coming to a close, Grant Richardson takes an overview of every side's performance for 2014. East Conference Nunawading Spectres 20 wins, 6 losses- Runners-Up Positives Nunawading nabbed top spot in the East with a Round 20 home victory over Dandenong on the last day of the regular season. They were consistent throughout the year, winning seven of their first eight games before finishing on a seven game winning streak. The leader of the team, Shane McDonald (15.8 points, 6 assists) earned Player of the Week in Round 3 and made the All Star team. He finished third for assists and third in the Golden Hands award (which combines assists and steals then subtracts turnovers to find an average per game). Mitch Creek was a major addition, coming alive in the finals where he averaged 25.6 points and 9.6 rebounds. He also made the All Star team and earned Player of the Week in Round 20. Simon Conn (19.3 points, 10.4 boards) was one of the most dominant forwards in the league, making the second All Star team, finishing fifth for field goal percentage (56.1%), first for free throw percentage (86.4%) and eighth for total rebounds.