Blues Alumni

Blues Alumni
May 14

Ryan Broekhoff proved he’s a sharpshooter

Ryan Broekhoff came to the Mavericks last fall as an unknown quantity. We were told that he could shoot the heck out of the ball. Several of his Australian-born counterparts wasted no time taking to social media to congratulate Broekhoff and saying that it’s about time he was in the NBA. So now, looking back on... [MORE]
Frankston Blues
May 06

The 50-point game no one saw coming

By Roy Ward, NBL1 Before this past round, the scouting report on Steph Reid was something like “pass first point guard, can score a bit”. The 168-centimetre playmaker is a point guard through and through, someone who wants to set up her teammates and get her Frankston Blues side to a win. Reid, 22, spent t... [MORE]
Blues Alumni
May 05


Washington State women's basketball head coach Kamie Ethridge has announced the signing of Frankston Blues Junior Emma Nankervis to a NCAA National Letter of Intent. "I am excited to announce the signing of Emma Nankervis as a Coug," said Ethridge. "Emma meets so many needs for our program. She has size, length, ath... [MORE]
Blues Alumni
Apr 16

NBL1 : Reid Embracing New Challenge As Frankston Leader

Written by Megan Hustwaite for The tables have turned on Steph Reid. The 22-year-old guard was one of the youngest players on Dandenong Rangers’ squad last WNBL season. Now, suiting up for Frankston in NBL1, the Blues product is one of the oldest players. “I’m the fourth oldest on the team whi... [MORE]
Blues Alumni
Apr 13

Aussie Report Cards: What grade did Ryan Broekhoff receive for the 2018-19 season?

The regular season has come to a close and final grades are in for the year. Our staff has broken down all of your favourite Australian NBA Players' seasons and given them a letter grade to rate their performance in 2018-19. We will be rolling out each player's Aussie Report Card on a daily basis, continu... [MORE]
Blues Alumni
Mar 28

#FreeRowdyB: A movement to get Ryan Broekhoff more minutes

By The Pick & Roll It’s easy to forget in this new age of Luka Dončić, but there was a time in Dallas Mavericks history when having a rookie or young player do anything more than warm the bench was so rare, as to be positively exotic. Only the real ones remember good ol’ Rodrigue Beaubois: Mavs coach Ri... [MORE]
Blues Alumni
Mar 25

Bulls Valiant Comeback Falls Short in 84-72 Loss to Connecticut

STORRS, CT – The special season for the University at Buffalo women's basketball team came to an end on Sunday but not before the Bulls gave second-seeded Connecticut all it could handle in an 84-72 loss at Gampel Pavilion. Senior Cierra Dillard ended her illustrious career in the blue and white with a game-hig... [MORE]
Blues Alumni
Mar 24


Ryan Broekhoff has had a tough time getting minutes all season, but, because the Dallas Mavericks opened up a big lead over the Golden State Warriors, he got his chance. He sure made the most of it. The small forward finished with a new career-high 17 points, to go with five rebounds and two assists, as the Mav... [MORE]
Blues Alumni
Mar 23

Bulls Upset #7 Rutgers 82-71, Advance to Second Round of NCAA Tournament

STORRS, CT – The University at Buffalo women's basketball team defeated Rutgers 82-71 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at Gampel Pavilion on Friday. With the win, the Bulls improve to 24-9 on the year and become the first MAC team to win an NCAA Tournament game in back-to-back years since MAC women's basketb... [MORE]
Blues Alumni
Mar 19

Bulls Set to Head to Albany Region, Will Face Rutgers in NCAA Tournament

BUFFALO, NY – The 2019 Mid-American Conference Champion University at Buffalo women's basketball team has been placed in the Albany Region and will head to Storrs, Connecticut as the #10 seed to face #7 seed Rutgers on Friday at Gampel Pavilion. The game will tip off at approximately 4:30 pm ET (Saturday 23rd Mar... [MORE]