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NBL Standings
 1. United 20-8 
 2. 36ers 18-10 
 3. Wildcats 16-12 
 4. Breakers 15-13 
 5. Hawks 12-16 
 6. Kings 11-17 
 7. Taipans 11-17 
 8. Bullets 9-19 
Points Per Game
 Bryce COTTON
  Wildcats
  (185-G-92)
  Avg: 19.8
 1. Cotton, Wildcats19.8 
 2. Randle, Kings19.8 
 3. Conger, Hawks19.7 
 4. Clarke, Hawks18.1 
 5. Ware, United16.7 
 6. Prather, United16.7 
 7. Johnson, 36ers16.3 
 8. Buford, Bullets16.2 
 9. Sosa, Breakers15.8 
 10. Trice, Bullets15.5 
Rebounds Per Game
 Josh BOONE
  United
  (208-F/C-84)
  Avg: 9.1
 1. Boone, United9.1 
 2. Buford, Bullets8.1 
 3. Johnson, 36ers6.9 
 4. McCarron, Taipans6.8 
 5. Childress, 36ers6.6 
 6. Vukona, Breakers6.2 
 7. Prather, United6.0 
 8. Creek, 36ers6.0 
 9. Tokoto, Wildcats6.0 
 10. Walker, Wildcats5.7 
Assists Per Game
 Jerome RANDLE
  Kings
  (175-PG-87)
  Avg: 5.2
 1. Randle, Kings5.2 
 2. Trice, Bullets5.1 
 3. Ware, United4.4 
 4. Shorter, 36ers4.0 
 5. Sosa, Breakers3.8 
 6. Gibson, Bullets3.5 
 7. Newbill, Breakers3.3 
 8. Martin, Wildcats3.3 
 9. Cadee, Kings3.2 
 10. Newley, Kings3.1 
Steals Per Game
 JP TOKOTO
  Wildcats
  (198-F-93)
  Avg: 1.6
 1. Tokoto, Wildcats1.6 
 2. Martin, Wildcats1.5 
 3. Prather, United1.4 
 4. Martin, Hawks1.4 
 5. Gliddon, Taipans1.4 
 6. Trice, Bullets1.3 
 7. Kay, Hawks1.3 
 8. Newbill, Breakers1.3 
 9. Creek, 36ers1.2 
 10. Cotton, Wildcats1.2 
Blocks Per Game
 Thomas ABERCROMBIE
  Break.
  (198-F-87)
  Avg: 1.4
 1. Abercrombie, Break.1.4 
 2. Ogilvy, Hawks1.3 
 3. Buford, Bullets1.2 
 4. Wesley, United1.1 
 5. Pledger, Breakers1.0 
 6. Humphries, Kings1.0 
 7. Johnson, Hawks0.8 
 8. Jervis, Bullets0.8 
 9. Boone, United0.8 
 10. Cooke-Jr, Wildcats0.7 
Player of the week

     Jason Cadee
      Kings
      (186-G-73)
      
    Season 2017-2018
    List of Players
    List of Imports
    Abroad
    Stats

    Melbourne United beat Adelaide 36ers 100-82 in Game 5 to claim title (Photo: NBL)

    Melbourne United 2017-18
    Dean Vickerman Dean Vickerman Vickerman
    Casper Ware
    Ware
    Chris Goulding
    Goulding
    Casey Prather
    Prather
    Majok Majok
    Majok
    Josh Boone
    Boone
    # Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
    1  Ware Casper 178 (5'10'') PG 90 USA
    43  Goulding Chris 192 (6'4'') G 88 Australia
    23  Prather Casey 198 (6'6'') F/G 91 USA
    22  Majok Majok 206 (6'9'') F 92 Sudan Australia
    3  Boone Josh 208 (6'10'') F/C 84 USA
    42  Wesley Tai 201 (6'7'') F 86 USA Fiji
    13  Andersen David 213 (7'0'') C 80 Australia
    20  Barlow David 205 (6'9'') F 83 Australia
     Von Hofe Felix 196 (6'5'') F 93 Australia
    8  Adnam Kyle 186 (6'1'') G 93 Australia
    9  Moller Craig 203 (6'8'') F 94 Australia
    7  Hooley Peter 193 (6'4'') G 92 Australia
    Head Coach: Dean Vickerman

    Australiabasket.com All-Australian NBL Awards 2018 - Apr 2, 2018


    Australiabasket.com All-Australian NBL 1st Team 2018
    Casper Ware
    Ware
    Bryce Cotton
    Cotton
    Demitrius Conger
    Conger
    Daniel Johnson
    Johnson
    Josh Boone
    Boone


    Finals MVP: Casey Prather (198-F/G-91) of United
    Player of the Year: Bryce Cotton (185-G-92) of Wildcats
    Guard of the Year: Bryce Cotton (185-G-92) of Wildcats
    Forward of the Year: Demitrius Conger (196-F-90) of Hawks
    Center of the Year: Josh Boone (208-F/C-84) of United
    Sixth Player of the Year: Ramone Moore (193-G-89) of 36ers
    Most Improved Player of the Year: Shea Ili (184-G-92) of Breakers
    Domestic Player of the Year: Daniel Johnson (210-C/F-88) of 36ers
    Import Player of the Year: Bryce Cotton (185-G-92) of Wildcats
    Rookie of the Year: Isaac Humphries (216-C-98) of FMP
    Defensive Player of the Year: Damian Martin (186-C-84) of Wildcats
    Coach of the Year: Dean Vickerman of United

    1st Team
    PG: Casper Ware (178-PG-90) of United
    G: Bryce Cotton (185-G-92) of Wildcats
    F: Demitrius Conger (196-F-90) of Hawks
    C/F: Daniel Johnson (210-C/F-88) of 36ers
    F/C: Josh Boone (208-F/C-84) of United

    2nd Team
    PG: Edgar Sosa (190-PG-88) of Breakers
    PG: Jerome Randle (175-PG-87) of Kings
    F: JP Tokoto (198-F-93) of Wildcats
    F/G: Mitch Creek (195-F/G-92) of 36ers
    F: Tai Wesley (201-F-86) of United

    Honorable Mention
    Rotnei Clarke (183-PG-89) of Hawks
    Travis Trice (183-PG-93) of Bullets
    D.J. Newbill (193-G-92) of Breakers
    Cameron Gliddon (197-G/F-89) of Taipans
    Damian Martin (186-C-84) of Wildcats
    Daniel Kickert (208-C/F-83) of Bullets
    Perry Ellis (203-F-93) of Hawks
    Chris Goulding (192-G-88) of United

    All-Domestic Players Team
    C: Damian Martin (186-C-84) of Wildcats
    G/F: Cameron Gliddon (197-G/F-89) of Taipans
    F/G: Mitch Creek (195-F/G-92) of 36ers
    F: Tai Wesley (201-F-86) of United
    C/F: Daniel Johnson (210-C/F-88) of 36ers

    All-Imports Team
    PG: Casper Ware (178-PG-90) of United
    G: Bryce Cotton (185-G-92) of Wildcats
    F: Demitrius Conger (196-F-90) of Hawks
    F: JP Tokoto (198-F-93) of Wildcats
    F/C: Josh Boone (208-F/C-84) of United


    Melbourne United beat Adelaide 36ers 100-82 in Game 5 to claim title - Mar 31, 2018


    MELBOURNE is finally United. After four seasons of discontent at the league's bold decision to strip the 'Tigers' branding, a move designed to unite the sporting capital of the world, the NBL championship belongs to Melbourne. United clinched the crown on Saturday night, defeating Adelaide 36ers 100-82, in front of a sold out crowd of 10,300 at Hisense Arena. It takes a full roster to get the job done, but if one United player deserved to truly add 'champion' on his basketball resume it was 256-game veteran Chris Goulding (192-G-88). The only thing Goulding does more than splash threes, 102 of them this season alone, breaking the 40-minute era record set by Jermaine Beal in 2014, is promote basketball in Melbourne. Goulding was a development player in Brisbane when current Adelaide coach Joey Wright led the Bullets to the 2007 title. He watched from the bench that night, a wide-eyed spectator given a chance at the level after being discovered by Wright himself while playing in a social league. Goulding last night rendered Wright the spectator, the Sixers coach unable to do a thing but watch the sharpshooter drop 19 points in the first half, including 12 from long range. The inspired performance, which included the knockout three, his fifth of the night, midway through the last term to make it an unassailable 22-point margin, capped a brilliant grand final series for the worthy Larry Sengstock medallist - awarded to the most valuable player. He had help, too, and it compounded the Sixers' problems. Melbourne's starting line-up, considered by many as the league's 'best ever' going into the season, lit up Hisense Arena last night, the quintet dropping double-digit scores. Goulding lit the fuse. Casper Ware (178-PG-90, college: Long Beach St.), Josh Boone (208-F/C-84, college: Connecticut), Tai Wesley (201-F-86, college: Utah St.) and Casey Prather (198-F/G-91, college: Florida) burnt the house down. United's ability to score quickly and in bunches had the run-and-gun Sixers firing blanks after levelling the series last Sunday in Adelaide. United led from wire to wire last night, completing a series dominated by home court advantage. Neither team dropped a game at home. The Sixers were game in defeat, to their credit, fighting back to get within nine points deep in the second half on several occasions before the dam wall disintegrated. With the game on the line it was Prather, the first NBL player to complete a hat-trick of championships in his first three seasons in the league after back-to-back titles with Perth Wildcats, and Wesley who kept the scoreboard ticking over in the right direction. Melbourne drove with intent last night, attacking the rim early and often to keep the Sixers on their heels. The only knock on the victory was United veteran David Andersen (213-C-80), the oldest player in the league at 37, lasted only 2.60 minutes before going down with a suspected calf injury.
    Courtesy of: heraldsun.com.au



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