The View from Downunder by Paulo Kennedy   The View from Downunder

Paulo has joined our team of columnists with a weekly column called 'The View from Downunder', where he looks at pertinent issues in the world of basketball from an Oceania perspective, perhaps different to the predominant points of view from columnists in North America and Europe.
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Paulo-Kennedy-Column 20/06/2014 Learning to Boom a little differently MELBOURNE (Paulo Kennedy’s View from Downunder) - Leading up to the London Olympics, Australia was taking on the might of Spain on their own turf to fine tune their game. On match day, then-assistant  more »
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Paulo-Kennedy-Column 13/06/2014 Around the traps MELBOURNE (Paulo Kennedy’s View from Downunder) - I know I said I'd take another look at the Boomers offence this week, but there's been a fair bit happening, so I'm putting that back for seven days  more »
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Paulo-Kennedy-Column 06/06/2014 Andrej on the offensive MELBOURNE (Paulo Kennedy’s View from Downunder) - After Clint Steindl fired a wayward three-pointer over a hand with barely a tick off the shot clock in Game 2 of the Sino-Australia challenge, you can  more »
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Paulo-Kennedy-Column 30/05/2014 Andrej the disruptor MELBOURNE (Paulo Kennedy’s View from Downunder) - Everyone likes free-flowing basketball where the offensive stars get to show off their skills … right? Not Australian national team coach Andrej  more »
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Paulo-Kennedy-Column 23/05/2014 United in bewilderment MELBOURNE (Paulo Kennedy’s View from Downunder) - What unfolded this week will be talked about as long as there is professional basketball in Australia. How it played out had to be seen to be believed  more »
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Paulo-Kennedy-Column 16/05/2014 Semi-pros with Giant commitment MELBOURNE (Paulo Kennedy’s View from Downunder) - It was interesting to note the comments of new Wellington Saints coach Shane Heal about how the description of the NZ NBL as a similar standard to the  more »
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Paulo-Kennedy-Column 09/05/2014 Let's talk Tall Blacks MELBOURNE (Paulo Kennedy’s View from Downunder) - New Zealand basketball has never had so much size, depth and athleticism. While they are young, there is a sprinkling of experience that gives the  more »
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Paulo-Kennedy-Column 02/05/2014 Hopefully this memory loss won't be exploited MELBOURNE (Paulo Kennedy’s View from Downunder) - Corporate memory, it sounds boring but it is incredibly important. Anyone who has been lucky enough to read the book 'See No Evil' by former CIA  more »
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Paulo-Kennedy-Column 25/04/2014 Good ideas, let's get 'em right MELBOURNE (Paulo Kennedy’s View from Downunder) - At the risk of sounding like an eternal optimist, there are some really promising things happening in hoops circles in Australia and New Zealand at  more »
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Paulo-Kennedy-Column 18/04/2014 Let's start talking Boomers MELBOURNE (Paulo Kennedy’s View from Downunder) - OK, so the NBL is done, and that means it's time to start talking about the FIBA Basketball World Cup. Soon, probably after the Australia-Sino  more »
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