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Boomers headed to Rio after Oceania Championship series win - 1 Year ago

Exerting their physical presence with a 41-25 rebound advantage, Australia have taken Game 2 of the Oceania Championship 89-79 to advance to the Rio Olympics in August 2016. Leading by seven points at half-time, Andrew Bogut (213-C-84, college: Utah, agency: Relativity Sports) (ten points, ten rebounds and three blocks) took it upon himself to open up a game winning advantage in the third term despite a persistent back niggle. Off a missed free throw, he snuck in from the side and put bac...   [read more]

Australia beat New Zealand in opening game of the series - 1 Year ago

Australia - New Zealand 71-59 Australia knocked down New Zealand to make the first step towards 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. The Boomers will enjoy a 12-point cushion entering the second game of the Oceania Chamipionship series scheduled for Tuesday. David Andersen (213-C-80, agency: Championship Sports) and Patrick Mills (183-PG-88, college: St.Mary's, CA, agency: CAA Sports) scored 17 points each to pace the winners today. The Tall Blacks earned a 16:12 lead after the openin...   [read more]

Patty Mills to replace Dante Exum on Australia roster for big series vs. New Zealand - 1 Year ago

Starting Saturday, Australia will face New Zealand in a two-game, home-and-home series with the winner (cumulative score) getting an automatic berth to the 2016 Rio Olympics. There's a lot on the line. So when Australian point guard Dante Exum (198-PG-95, agency: Landmark Sports) went down with an ACL tear that will keep him out of the series (and likely the next NBA season), the Boomers reached out to Patrick Mills (183-PG-88, college: St.Mary's, CA, agency: CAA Sports). The Spurs' point...   [read more]

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Oceania Championships Standings
 1. Australia 0-0 
 2. N.Zealand 0-0 
Points Per Game
  Avg: 19
 1. Webster, NZL19.0 
 2. Dellavedova, AUS14.5 
 3. Andersen, AUS14.0 
 4. Mills, AUS13.0 
 5. Bairstow, AUS9.0 
 6. Fotu, TGA9.0 
 7. Te Rangi, NZL8.5 
 8. Bogut, AUS7.0 
 9. Vukona, FIJ6.5 
 10. Bartlett, NZL6.5 
Rebounds Per Game
 Isaac FOTU
  Avg: 9
 1. Fotu, TGA9.0 
 2. Bogut, AUS7.0 
 3. Vukona, FIJ6.5 
 4. Broekhoff, AUS6.5 
 5. Bairstow, AUS6.0 
 6. Mills, AUS4.5 
 7. Newley, AUS3.0 
 8. Andersen, AUS3.0 
 9. Abercrombie, NZL3.0 
 10. Jawai, AUS2.5 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 4.5
 1. Dellavedova, AUS4.5 
 2. Mills, AUS4.0 
 3. Vukona, FIJ3.0 
 4. Fotu, TGA3.0 
 5. Webster, NZL2.5 
 6. Ili, NZL2.0 
 7. Bartlett, NZL1.5 
 8. Abercrombie, NZL1.5 
 9. Gibson, AUS1.5 
 10. Tait, ENG1.5 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 1.5
 1. Abercrombie, NZL1.5 
 2. Ili, NZL1.0 
 3. Webster, NZL1.0 
 4. Dellavedova, AUS1.0 
 5. Gibson, AUS0.5 
 6. Bogut, AUS0.5 
 7. Fotu, TGA0.0 
 8. Bairstow, AUS0.0 
 9. Andersen, AUS0.0 
 10. Loe, NZL0.0 
Blocks Per Game
 Andrew BOGUT
  Avg: 2
 1. Bogut, AUS2.0 
 2. Fotu, TGA1.0 
 3. Loe, NZL0.5 
 4. Motum, AUS0.5 
 5. Bairstow, AUS0.5 
 6. Broekhoff, AUS0.5 
 7. Gibson, AUS0.0 
 8. Andersen, AUS0.0 
 9. Abercrombie, NZL0.0 
 10. Kenny, NZL0.0 
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