NBL Fantasy Scores, Round 3

NBL Fantasy Scores Round 3
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NBL Round 3 kicked off on Thursday night, and we saw one of the most one-sided NBL Matches we have seen in recent times.

Melbourne United made easy work of the Sydney Kings in their NBL22 Round 3 clash, and it was a welcome return for sharpshooter Chris Goulding.

The Kings were able to turn such an abysmal effort around on Saturday with a win over the South East Melbourne Phoenix. Xavier Cooks was instrumental in the win, and coach Chase Buford managed to reshuffle and get them back on the winners table.

Here are the NBL Fantasy Scores for Round 3 of NBL 22.


Melbourne United vs Sydney Kings

Melbourne 89 – Sydney 47

(United by 42 Points)

Melbourne United dominated this game from start to finish, and the Kings were never in the match. United had a 34-5 quarter-time lead and built on the lead throughout the contest.

Caleb Agada was a standout for United in the win, and several bench players got minutes in garbage time.

No real standouts at the Kings, but the work ethic of Xavier Cooks stood out in patches.

NameFantasy ScoreNameFantasy Score
C.Agada48X.Cooks26
A.Hukporti47Mak Maker21
J.Lual-Acuil38B.Bayles20
M.Dellavedova36J.Martin18
D.Barlow25J.Galloway17
S.Ili24W.Swaka Lo Buluk15
C.Goulding23Mat Maker7
B.Newley19A.Glover 5
D.Okwera18T.Vodanovich4
W.Hickey11D.Vasiljevic3
Z.Triplett7S.Bruce1
C.Dalton6R.Hunter-3
D.Prewster2

Illawarra Hawks vs New Zealand Breakers

Illawarra 97 – New Zealand 96 (Double Overtime)

(Hawks by 1 Point)

A double-overtime classic in Illawarra, and it was the Hawks that came out on top on the back of an impressive display from guard Tyler Harvey.

Harvey came up big in the dying stages to help the Hawks win the match, and Duop Reath continued a fine start to NBL22.

The Breakers were very good in this match, and big man Yannick Wetzell had a night out with a massive double-double.

NameFantasy ScoreNameFantasy Score
D.Reath68Y.Wetzell74
J.Jessup54W.McDowell-White49
S.Froling47F.Delany41
T.Harvey43H.Besson31
A.Cleveland38J.Martin26
X.Rathan-Mayes21T.Abercrombie9
A.Ogilvy15K.Galloway3
H.Froling6R.Loe2
T.Coenraad3O.Dieng1
R.Bach0

Perth Wildcats vs Brisbane Bullets

Perth 83 – Brisbane 70

(Wildcats by 13 Points)

The Wildcats got their revenge over the Bullets after losing in double overtime last Sunday, and it was the 3 time MVP, Bryce Cotton, that led the scoring with 29 Points.

Veteran Wildcat Jesse Wagstaff has the green light to be aggressive on the offensive end this season, and he had a night out with 19 Points and 6 Rebounds.

The Bullets were outclassed in this game, but former Washington State star, Robert Franks continues to impress with 28 Points and 9 Boards.

NameFantasy ScoreNameFantasy Score
J.Wagstaff54R.Franks48
B.Cotton49D.Deng29
L.Travers41L.Patterson21
V.Law35N.Sobey14
K.White17T.Digbeu13
M.Majok15T.Harrison9
M.Frazier14J.Cadee7
T.Blanchfield11A.Drmic4
O.Hayes-Brown2T.Krebs4
M.Clarke2C.Liu2
C.Shervill1T.Wigness0
K.Zunic-1

Sydney Kings vs South East Melbourne Phoenix

Sydney 84 – South East Melbourne 73

(Kings by 11 Points)

The Kings managed to regroup after a poor effort against Melbourne last Thursday, and they were too good for the Phoenix on this occasion.

Xavier Cooks was the star with another double-double, and NBL Fantasy fans that took the gamble on Jarrell Martin got out of jail, with Martin also posting a double-double in the closing stages.

Mitch Creek again led the scoring for the Phoenix, and big man Zhou Qi had another solid outing with 17 Points and 13 Rebounds.

NameFantasy ScoreNameFantasy Score
X.Cooks63Z.Qi74
J.Martin55M.Creek41
W.Swaka Lo Buluk31I.Le’Afa29
A.Glover23K.Adnam17
B.Bayles16R.TeRangi15
D.Vasiljevic15X.Munford11
S.Bruce13R.Broekhoff10
Mak Maker9C.Gliddon7
T.Vodanovich5D.Pineau3
J.Galloway5T.Smith-Milner2

Cainrs Taipans vs Adelaide 36ers

Cairns 93 – Adelaide 67

(Taipans by 26 Points)

Scotty Machado was out of this one, but that didn’t stop Tahjere McCall and the Cairns Taipans from making easy work of the Adelaide 36ers.

McCall racked up 13 Points and 10 Assists to be a real standout, whilst big man Stephen Zimmerman again loaded up the Stats Sheet. Majok Deng was also solid all evening with 23 Points.

The 36ers are struggling at the moment, but import Dusty Hannahs did manage 20 points in the loss.

NameFantasy ScoreNameFantasy Score
T.McCall65I.Humphries43
S.Zimmerman60D.Hannahs29
M.Deng53M.McCarron26
K.Pinder39T.Withers21
K.Noi30C.Bairstow21
B.Kuol30D.Johnson20
J.Kenny28K.Sotto18
N.Jawai23H.Harris11
R.Heath1 T.Dufelmeir 6
N.Marshall3
E.Malou3
M.King1

Melbourne United vs New Zealand Breakers

Melbourne 83 – New Zealand 60

(United by 23 Points)

The Breakers hung around in the early stages and contained Chris Goulding early, but CG43 went off in the second half and ended up with 21 Points.

Caleb Agada was the star early in the match and had another solid performance to end with 20 Points and 5 Boards.

The Breakers were well beaten in the end, but Finn Delany narrowly missed a double-double with 14 Points and 9 Rebounds.

NameFantasy ScoreNameFantasy Score
C.Goulding41F.Delany35
C.Agada38J.Martin33
J.White37Y.Wetzell27
J.Lual-Acuil35W.McDowell-White26
A.Hukporti30S.Timmons11
M.Dellavedova24R.Loe9
D.Barlow19O.Dieng7
S.Ili16H.Besson5
M.Peatling11R.Bach0
C.Dalton8
B.Newley6
D.Prewster5
D.Okwera2


Brisbane Bullets vs Illawarra Hawks

Brisbane 96 – Illawarra 92

(Bullets by 4 Points)

Another close encounter for Sunday Hoops and it was the Brisbane Bullets that led for most of the contest and ran out winners.

The dangerous jump shot of Jason Cadee was handy in the win, and he ended up with 16 Points, whilst Nathan Sobey and Robert Franks were again good.

Sam Froling keeps racking up the rebounds for the Hawks, and his brother Harry came off the bench and played his best game of the year against his old side.

NameFantasy ScoreNameFantasy Score
R.Franks52S.Froling54
T.Harrison41D.Reath40
N.Sobey40H.Froling38
J.Cadee34A.Cleveland36
T.Krebs26J.Jessup28
T.Wigness21T.Harvey22
L.Patterson19X.Rathan-Mayes16
A.Drmic10T.Coenraad14
D.Deng 8A.Gak4
C.Liu2

Perth Wildcats vs Tasmania JackJumpers

Perth 101 – Tasmania 83

(Wildcats by 18 Points)

The final match of Round 3 and the Perth Wildcats were too good for a spirited JackJumpers side.

The game blew out late, and Vic Law impressed with 32 Points and 12 Rebounds. Bryce Cotton also had a big game with 26 Points, 6 Rebounds and 6 Assists, and Michael Frazier was impressive for the Cats.

Josh Magette was again the best for the JackJumpers, and Will Magnay continues to struggle to rack up the fantasy stats.

NameFantasy ScoreNameFantasy Score
V.Law73J.Magette59
B.Cotton61J.Adams24
K.White26S.McDaniel21
M.Frazier25J.Weeks16
M.Majok24J.McVeigh14
K.Zunic22M.Kenyon12
L.Travers19J.Bairstow10
C.Shervill17F.Krslovic9
J.Wagstaff7C.Steindl7
O.Hayes-Brown4W.Magnay6
J.Purchase4M.McIntosh5
M.Clarke0J.Perry3

Sydney Kings vs Tasmania JackJumpers

Sydney 83 – Tasmania 71

(Kings by 12 Points)

Tasmania came to play on a Wednesday night in Sydney and led for most of the contest, only to overrun in the final term.

Sydney big man Jarell Martin was the standout with 24 Points and 11 Rebounds and was unstoppable at times. In addition, Xavier Cooks was solid defensively with 3 Blocks, guards Shaun Bruce, and Biwali Bayles made solid contributions.

The Jackjumpers were good early in this game and got the early jump, thanks to some sharp shooting from Clint Steindl. Will Magnay registered some rebounds, but still didn’t have much of an impact.

NameFantasy ScoreNameFantasy Score
J.Martin58C.Steindl31
X.Cooks37W.Magnay27
B.Bayles33F.Krslovic26
S.Bruce32J.Magette23
A.Glover30J.Adams18
D.Vasiljevic17M.McIntosh18
T.Vodanovich13J.McVeigh18
W.Swaka Lo Buluk13S.McDaniel17
MK.Maker12M.Kenyon11
J.Galloway2J.Weeks7
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