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  •   Home > News > Sports > Basketball

    A trio of former and current NBA players have bought into the Australian Basketball League

    A trio of former and current NBA players have bought into the Australian Basketball League


    Retired forwards Josh Childress and Al Harrington and veteran free agent Zach Randolph have purchased an ownership stake in the NBL's newest franchise, the South East Melbourne Phoenix.

    Childress and Harrington previously played in the NBL, and the pair and Randolph will attend Phoenix games during the season and support the team through a range of initiatives.

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