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    Quote Originally Posted by Silencer83 View Post
    Any asterixes indicate that I could not get the data as they did not play NBL last season.

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    Sorry you will have to redo the list. It is clearly known by all on here that asterixes are only to be used for recent championships by Bullets or Tigers teams or those won when the Kings were not in the League.

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    List updated from the curious/boz files.

    If anyone happens to have the games played statistics from 1999/2000 I can finish it off; as this is the only file missing from the curious/boz files.

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    I have an old media guide from 2000/2001, I think.

    I dont know if they include play off games in it however.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silencer83 View Post
    Updated the post above with all the teams.

    Only the three players possibly playing in 1999/2000 are not completely accurate.

    Here is the sequential list of all players.

    1 Saville 494
    2 Campbell 470
    3 Hoare 404
    4 Bruton 395
    5 B. Knight 375
    6 Crawford 345
    7 Grabau 333
    8 Harvey 290
    9 Forman 276
    10 Crosswell 276
    Judging by the 2009/10 NBL Media Guide:
    Stephen Hoare had played 378 games plus the 31 games last season = 409
    Peter Crawford had played 313 games plus the 31 games last season = 344
    Aaron Grabau had played 305 games plus the 26 games last season = 331
    Nathan Crosswell had played 269 games plus the 12 games last season = 281

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madcat View Post
    Judging by the 2009/10 NBL Media Guide:
    Stephen Hoare had played 378 games plus the 31 games last season = 409
    Peter Crawford had played 313 games plus the 31 games last season = 344
    Aaron Grabau had played 305 games plus the 26 games last season = 331
    Nathan Crosswell had played 269 games plus the 12 games last season = 281
    Stephen Hoare = 404
    Peter Crawford = 344
    Aaron Grabau = 333
    Nathan Crosswell = 176

    Are we really surprised that two NBL sources of information contradict each other.

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    According to my numbers, Glen Saville has played 495 games and here is the breakdown.

    1995 20
    1996 23
    1997 30
    1998 32
    1999 30
    2000 26
    2001 37
    2002 32
    2003 34
    2004 35
    2005 37
    2006 26
    2007 33
    2008 36
    2009 30
    2010 34
    =495

    It is a shame that the NBL don't think it's important to have an amount of games somewhere on their web site showing how many games each one has played.

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    Nice find. Manual addition of 2008 box score player fields also gives me 36 games rather than the quoted 35. NBL - no better than ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by supercatsfan View Post
    According to my numbers, Glen Saville has played 495 games and here is the breakdown.

    1995 20
    1996 23
    1997 30
    1998 32
    1999 30
    2000 26
    2001 37
    2002 32
    2003 34
    2004 35
    2005 37
    2006 26
    2007 33
    2008 36
    2009 30
    2010 34
    =495

    It is a shame that the NBL don't think it's important to have an amount of games somewhere on their web site showing how many games each one has played.
    I think that you will find that Sav played 35 games for Sydney in 2008. (28 reg + 7 finals)
    Which would then give him 494 (as suggested by several.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by curious View Post
    I think that you will find that Sav played 35 games for Sydney in 2008. (28 reg + 7 finals)
    He played 28+8, the error is in the playoff tally. Three games vs. Wildcats followed by five vs. Tigers.

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    Fair enough.
    Someone had better tell the NBL as that what they have in their current online Media Guide.

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