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B&B: The insider word from Brad Newley

BRAD Rosen and I secured our first player for our Brad&Boti Podcast, the multi-talented, multi-purpose, multi-club star Brad Newley and we're talking Europe, Adelaide, NBA, Sydney Kings, wandering through his entire career since breaking into the NBL in 2004, as Rookie of the Year, Best Sixth Man and All Star game MVP.

There's a lot of ground to be covered - such as why the Adelaide-born 36ers fan who grew up supporting the club never played for the Sixers, instead plying his trade in the NBL at Townsville and Sydney.

But there's a lot more than that to talk about.

We get his opinions on Ian Stacker, Andrew Bogut, Kevin Lisch, John Rillie, Andrew Gaze and Jae'Sean Tate and so much more, including how he cut short his European career to join Sydney Kings.

It was a huge career too, playing in Greece, Turkey, Lithuania, being drafted by Houston Rockets of the NBA, with a couple of Olympic Games thrown in for good measure.

That was before the Kings made Brad an offer he couldn't refuse.

Of course, we've also got our regular features, Rosen's Rattler and Nagy's Nasty, plus a round-up of what's been going down in the NBL.

But our big news is our weekly podcast now is part of the Piranha Media Group which brings us under the umbrella of the media group already producing the following:

*Racing Pacing Chasing – three Internet TV shows about each racing code;
*An AFL footy show with hosts Greg Anderson (Essendon, Crows & Port Adelaide), Basketball Australia Hall of Famer Phil Smyth and North Melbourne key backman Nathan Grima;
*A Community footy show reporting on inner metro and country footy leagues;
*Special documentaries throughout the year, none bigger than the first guest in April.

Yes we're excited but just as much about this week's pod which you can listen to by hitting this link, or going to Apple Podcasts or Spotify.

Mar 24

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