The Gippsland Regional Indoor Sports Stadium (GRISS) will be packed once again when the WNBL comes to town.
Gippslanders will be set to watch the Deakin Melbourne Boomers take on the University of Canberra Capitals in Round 10 action, on Saturday, January 14.
At the time of writing, the Boomers sit atop of the league, while only sustaining the singular defeat, while on the other end of the ladder sit the Capitals, 0-10 from its first 10 games.
Traralgon will welcome the return of Jade Melbourne, though she plays for the Capitals.
Melbourne was drafted to WNBA side Seattle Storm with the 33rd pick of the 2022 WNBA draft held in New York City on April 11.
This WNBL season, Melbourne is averaging 11.5 points per game, 4.6 rebounds per game and 4.3 assists per game for the Capitals.
While in the WNBA off-season, Melbourne will compete for the Capitals in the meantime to remain match fit.
The GRISS hosted an NBL match late last year between the South East Melbourne Phoenix and Sydney Kings, which provided an entertaining overtime thriller for the 3000 people in attendance.
Traralgon will be looking to reach the heights of that encounter, packing out the GRISS once again for its welcome of the WNBL.
Tickets are available at https://wnbl.basketball/tickets/