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Georgia Warriors After the 2006 WBA season, the Warriors joined the SEBL Summer Pro League, also headquartered in Cartersville. With many players absent, the team struggled through the regular season with a 2–6 record, before peaking in the playoffs and advancing to the SEBL Final Four. The Warriors lost the eventual champs, BC Lakers, in the semis. Joe Hamilton lead the SEBL in scoring with a 25.7 average.
Melbourne Basketball Association Between 1965 and 1970, the Melbourne Tigers senior men's team, then known as Melbourne Church of England, won the South Eastern Conference (SEC) championship every single year. In 1971, the league was abandoned due to the annual Australian Club Championship. However, in 1981, the competition resurfaced as the South Eastern Basketball League (SEBL) and the Tigers entered the league. By 1982, the Tigers were runners-up, and by 1983, the Tigers won their first SEBL championship.
Australian Basketball Association In 1981, the SEC was reborn as the South Eastern Basketball League (SEBL) when the Australian Club Championships ceased to operate due to the rise of Australia's first truly national competition, the National Basketball League. The SEBL was divided into a South and East Conference format in 1986, a league that now consisted of 21 teams from New South Wales, ACT, Tasmania and Victoria. That same year, Queensland's State Basketball League was founded. In 1988, the SEBL was renamed the South East Australian Basketball League (SEABL), and in 1990, a women's competition was introduced. In 1992, the SEABL was renamed the Continental Basketball Association (CBA), and in 1994, the CBA expanded to a three-conference competition with Queensland's "North" conference merging with the South and East conferences. 1994 marked the first year in Australian state basketball league history that teams from outside the original south-east concept competed in an end of season national tournament.
South East Australian Basketball League In 1981, the South Eastern Basketball League (SEBL) was born when the Australian Club Championships ceased to operate due to the rise of Australia's first truly national competition, the National Basketball League (NBL). After five SEBL seasons, an East and South Conference was formed in 1986, a move that made the league more competitive and generated a more meaningful finals series. Two years later, the SEBL was renamed the South East Australian Basketball League (SEABL). Another name change came in 1992 with the SEABL changing to the Continental Basketball Association (CBA). In 1994, a North Conference from Queensland was added to increase the CBA's number of conferences to three. In 1998, a Central Conference from South Australia became the fourth CBA conference.
Ballarat Miners Basketball Ballarat formed a separate independent club to arrange the new venture and the Elite Teams department was established. The team chosen to represent Ballarat was called the Ballarat Miners and in 1986, the Miners were admitted into both the Victorian Basketball Association (VBA) Division 1 and the South East Basketball League (SEBL).
Ballarat Miners The Ballarat Basketball Association Inc. was incorporated in 1966 and then built its own freehold facility in 1969 on the corner of Grevillea Road and Dowling Street in Wendouree. Backed by a flourishing local basketball program and facilities at the forefront of regional basketball associations, it was announced in 1985 that Ballarat would lodge an application to join the South East Basketball League (SEBL).
Georgia Warriors In 2007, after combining with BaselineUSA and sliding under the umbrella of The Human Race, Inc., a Georgia Non-profit Corporation, the newly named Cartersville Baseline Warriors sat out the 2007 WBA season. The team won the 2007 SEBL Summer Pro League then the SEBLi 2007-8 Championship with a 22-4 overall record, before taking a tour to China in April, where they posted a 7–5 record competing against the Chinese Basketball Association's pro teams. The Warriors have rejoined the WBA for the 2008 season.
Geelong Supercats After winning the South Eastern Basketball League (SEBL) championship in 1981, Geelong entered the National Basketball League for the 1982 season. Dubbed the Cinderella side of the NBL, Geelong almost set a new record for the number of successive wins. NBL Coach of the Year, Cal Bruton, revved up the Cats for 13 straight wins, falling by a game to equal St Kilda's record of 14 straight in the NBL inaugural year. The Cats finished second on the ladder after the preliminary rounds and eventually lost the grand final to the West Adelaide Bearcats 80 to 74 after trailing by 22 points.
Sylvania Watkins In 2009, Watkins took part in the Southeastern Exposure Basketball League (SEBL) for Rome Servpro-1. He later joined the Georgia Gwizzlies of the American Basketball Association (ABA) for the 2010–11 season. Following his stint with the Gwizzlies, Watkins competed at the Kentuckiana Pro–Am summer league with Team Atlanta. In 2011, Watkins returned to the ABA and signed with the Atlanta Experience. However, he left the team in December, when he signed with the Moncton Miracles of the newly-created National Basketball League of Canada (NBL).
Melbourne United Melbourne United's history stems back to 1931 with the beginning of Victorian Basketball. The Melbourne Tigers brand came into use in 1975, and after the Tigers senior men's team won the South Eastern Basketball League (SEBL) title in 1983, a new Melbourne Tigers entity was entered into the National Basketball League (NBL), as an extension of the Melbourne Basketball Association (MBA). The NBL franchise entered into private ownership in 2002, ending the club's relation with the MBA. After 31 seasons of using the Melbourne Tigers name, the club owners decided to rename the franchise Melbourne United in May 2014, with new colours, uniform and logo to be implemented for the 2014–15 season. The change was not well received, as it created an uproar amongst Tigers fans and the wider NBL community.