One-On-One: Jarrell Brantley
Get an inside look at the life of Breakers forward Jarrell Brantley in this exclusive one-on-one interview. Brantley opens up about the impact his family has had on his life and career, his time with the Utah Jazz, and how the transition to the NBL has been a fantastic opportunity for him and his brother.
One-On-One: Tyler Johnson
Get an inside look at the life of Brisbane guard Tyler Johnson in the latest episode of One-on-One. Tyler opens up on his time in the NBA, his life-changing contract with the Miami Heat and the lessons he learned playing with Dwyane Wade. He also touches on how teammate Aron Baynes has aided his transition to the NBL and the difficulties of leaving his kids in the United States.
One-On-One: Alan Williams
Hear from South East Melbourne Phoenix big man Alan Williams, who talks about his memorable stint in the NBA, the importance of family, and making his way in the NBL.
One-On-One: Rashard Kelly (Tasmania JackJumpers)
JackJumpers import Rashard Kelly talks about giving back to the community, growing up and that famous Tasmania culture that is being built.
One-On-One: Brady Manek (Perth Wildcats)
Perth Wildcats import Brady Manek talks about his famous look that people have come to know and love, as well as how he got to this stage in his life and career.
One-On-One: TaShawn Thomas (Perth Wildcats Star)
Family is everything to Perth import TaShawn Thomas, and after growing up in Texas feeling financial burdens he’s looking to provide his one-year-old son with the best life he possibly can.
One-On-One: Craig Randall II (Adelaide 36ers Star)
After growing up in a family of basketball players and older siblings, Adelaide 36ers star Craig Randall II has declared “I don’t lose now”, thanks to his upbringing.
One-On-One: Rayan Rupert (New Zealand Breakers Next Star)
Rayan Rupert comes from serious basketball pedigree. His father, Thierry, was a veteran of French basketball during his playing career, while his older sister, Iliana, recently won a WNBA title with Las Vegas. That importance of continuing his family’s story in basketball is something that drives the young Next Star, who says he wants to continue to play for his father.