Adelaide 36ers
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 27. Chapters: Adelaide 36ers players, Julius Hodge, Brad Newley, Phil Smyth, Mark Bradtke, Luke Schenscher, Willie Farley, Brett Maher, Adam Ballinger, Paul Rogers, Dusty Rychart, Paul Rees, Robert Rose, Mark Davis, Kevin Brooks, Daniel Johnson, Darnell Mee, Troy DeVries, Martin Cattalini, Ron Howard, Distinctive Homes Dome, Eddie Shannon, Brett Wheeler, Jeff Dowdell, Lanard Copeland, Jacob Holmes, John Rillie, Dean Brogan, Mitch Creek, Oscar Forman, Cortez Groves, Darren Ng, Chris Molitor, Sam Harris, Mark Nash, Orlando Phillips, Nathan Herbert, Brad Hill, David…mehr

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 27. Chapters: Adelaide 36ers players, Julius Hodge, Brad Newley, Phil Smyth, Mark Bradtke, Luke Schenscher, Willie Farley, Brett Maher, Adam Ballinger, Paul Rogers, Dusty Rychart, Paul Rees, Robert Rose, Mark Davis, Kevin Brooks, Daniel Johnson, Darnell Mee, Troy DeVries, Martin Cattalini, Ron Howard, Distinctive Homes Dome, Eddie Shannon, Brett Wheeler, Jeff Dowdell, Lanard Copeland, Jacob Holmes, John Rillie, Dean Brogan, Mitch Creek, Oscar Forman, Cortez Groves, Darren Ng, Chris Molitor, Sam Harris, Mark Nash, Orlando Phillips, Nathan Herbert, Brad Hill, David Cooper, Tom Daly, Matt Burston, Charles Thomas, Paora Winitana, Jo Jo English, Rhys Carter, Adrian Majstrovich, Matt Sutton. Excerpt: The Adelaide 36ers are Adelaide's men's professional basketball team, established as the Adelaide City Eagles when they joined the National Basketball League (NBL) in 1982. The Adelaide 36ers tally of four championships is equal with the Melbourne Tigers and second behind the Perth Wildcats as the most by any team in the NBL's history. The 36ers nickname comes from the fact that the Colony of South Australia was Officially Proclaimed on 28 December 1836. The Adelaide 36ers were born as the Adelaide City Eagles when they joined the NBL in 1982. Mike Osborne was appointed as team coach, Chris Stirling was captain and the team played out of the 3,000 seat Apollo Stadium. The Eagles performed well in their first season but missed the playoffs finishing in 7th place on the ladder with a 15-11 record. The Adelaide City Eagles changed their name after the 1982 season to the Adelaide 36ers to reflect on the history of South Australia's proclamation in 1836. Mike Osborne continued as head coach while David Winslow was named team captain. The 36ers once again missed the NBL playoffs in 1983 finishing 6th on the ladder with an 11-11 record. The 1984 NBL season saw the first time the 36ers would reach the NBL finals, finishing the regular season in 3rd place in the Western Division with a 16-7 record. Unfortunately the team lost their Elimination Final to the Nunawading Spectres 108-101. Following the season, Mike Osborne was not retained as coach. Former Australian Boomer and 1964 Olympic representative Ken Cole was signed as coach of the Adelaide 36ers for the 1985 NBL season. Under Cole, the 36ers became one of the leagues premier teams. Import players including 6'9" (206 cm) centre Bill Jones, New York born guard Al Green (who had been drafted by the San Diego Chargers as a Defensive back in the 1979 NFL Draft despite not playing football) and an NBL rookie in 24 year old forward from Philadelphia, Mark Davis, combined with local players Darryl "The Iceman" Pearce, team cap
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Books LLC, Reference Series
  • Seitenzahl: 28
  • Erscheinungstermin: 12. Juni 2011
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 246mm x 189mm x 1mm
  • Gewicht: 78g
  • ISBN-13: 9781232459842
  • ISBN-10: 1232459844
  • Artikelnr.: 33619360