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Australian Basketball Players Call For Big Changes To The National Basketball League
Published March 25, 2013
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- Returning to a 48-minute game, as is the case in the NBA, rather than 40 minutes.
- Expansion, with Brisbane again having a team, and Melbourne and Sydney introducing second clubs.
- Tapping into the Asian market, with the two best NBL teams competing in a competition like football's Champions League (THE AGE, 3/25).