New Brisbane mentor Justin Schueller ideas to build his squad all over Olympic medallists Aron Baynes and Nathan Sobey when he normally takes in excess of at the NBL club following time.
Schueller is the very long-time countrywide under-17s mentor and gained two titles with Melbourne as an assistant for the duration of a six-calendar year stint.
He will head north on a two-12 months offer with hopes of elevating a Bullets outfit that has battled above the exact interval, building the finals just after because their return to the league 7 seasons in the past.
Hopes had been significant this year just after the arrival of Australian NBA champion Baynes and US import Tyler Johnson.
That substantial-profile pair joined Boomer Sobey on Brisbane’s roster but a very poor start led to mentor James Duncan’s exit as the Bullets slumped to 2nd-last with an 8-20 document.
“This has been some thing I have been wanting for a extended time and I could not believe of a much better club to be joining,” Schueller explained.
“It’s an fascinating time for the club we have two Olympians on our roster to develop about, a enthusiast foundation that is generally there at the rear of the staff and prospect to transform our on-courtroom output around immediately.”
Bullets main executive Pete McLennan mentioned Schueller experienced overwhelmed a quality discipline to the position.