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Way too early NBA League Pass rankings ahead of the 2021-22 season | NBA.com Australia

With the dust settled on NBA free agency and rosters begining to take shape ahead of the 2020-21 season…………

When it comes to NBA League Pass, we’re not talking the best teams or the teams likely to win the title, but the team’s you have to make sure you tune in for next season for one reason or another. 

With out further ado, it’s time for our way tooo early League pass ranking for the 2021-22 season. 

1. Brooklyn Nets


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You might not actually need League Pass to see plenty of the Nets, with the superstar filled roster set to become a feature on National TV.

Much of the intrigue obviously surrounds Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving and James Harden, with the trio hardly able to stay on the floor last season.

One of the championship favourites heading into the season, will Brooklyn stay healthy enough to advance beyond

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NBA partners with Patty Mills’ Indigenous Basketball Australia IBA

Patty Mills’ work to empower Indigenous-Australian athletes at the grassroots level now has the backing of the NBA, with the league announcing on Friday that it is joining forces with Indigenous Basketball Australia (IBA) in its inaugural year.

Through its Jr. NBA program — the league’s global youth basketball initiative — the NBA will conduct a camp, led by international NBA coaches at the National Indigenous Basketball Tournament (NIBT) at the Gold Coast in Queensland, on April 11-13, 2021.

The Jr. NBA-run camp will feature 48 boys and girls, and it was also announced that up to two boys and two girls participating in the upcoming Indigenous Community Basketball League (ICBL) and NIBT will be selected to participate in the Jr. NBA Global Championship Asia-Pacific athlete selection pathway camp planned for later in the year.

Mills established the IBA with an eye toward creating basketball pathways for Aboriginal

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