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By Paul Mesecke | 2018 U20 Australian National Championships PER rankings, top 20 athletes

Welcome to the third edition of our PER rankings from Australian National Basketball Championships. This one is for the 2018 U20 National Championships held in February. This is the first time that we have been able to assess the same players over multiple tournaments. Many players from this tournament played in either the U18 or U20 tournaments last year. We are hoping that over that time-frame we may see some trends from players that are either bottom age or top age, through development over time. For those of you who haven’t seen the previous two PER articles, they can be found here: By Paul Mesecke |Men's rankings from U20 National Championships. Which took place in February 2017. By Pa

By Luke Allen | Things to watch for if you want to be NCAA D1 college eligible, academically

PICTURED: The opportunity to secure US Athletic Scholarship is a great one but you must be fully prepared to be eligible through High School. We are in the midst of a very significant point in time for South Australian basketball, Australian basketball for that matter. More and more athletes are currently on active, Division 1 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) basketball scholarships than ever (History made in South Australian Basketball - FOUR Athletes Commit to NCAA Div 1 Men's programs in the 2017 class | https://goo.gl/obmHPl), proving that the goals and dreams of South Australian athletes participating in major college basketball in the US is a reality. This is probably t

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