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  • DOB 25-11-93 Hometown Adelaide, SA Position Point Guard Height 176cm (5ft 9in)

    Adam Dolye

    Point Guard

    #19

    Adam Doyle has had a strong season in the South Australian Premier League, averaging 23.38 points, 5 rebounds and 3.38 assists per game.

    The 176cm point guard who was a development player in recent years for the Adelaide 36ers has earned his place in the team with a strong performance for the Adelaide 36ers in China.

    Doyle began his basketball life as a Sturt Sabres Junior before heading to Forestville Eagles for his second year of under 18’s, then as a Forestville Eagels senior becoming a vital player in the Eagle’s line-up. He had a year off recovering from an ACL injury, making him more determined than ever to become a better player. Having led his team to the 2012 Premiership with a MVP performance, Doyle was put on the Adelaide 36ers radar and Doyle is estatic with his signing.

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  • DOB 01-03-1993 Hometown Bor, Sudan Position Forward Height 208cm (6ft 10in)

    Majok Deng

    Forward

    #13

    The 208cm forward has led the 2015/16 Sun Belt Conference in scoring, averaging 19 points per game.

    He has also led the Sun Belt in blocks (1.9) third in offensive rebounds (5.3) and fifth in three-point field goal percentage (42).

    Deng finished sixth in the US in scoring among internationally-born players.

    After coming to Australia in 2006 as a refugee, Deng was recruited to play college basketball after impressing in the Australian U20 Grand Final, and playing locally with the Forestville Eagles.

    2015-16 All-Conference First-Team
    2015-16 Sun Belt All-Tournament Team
    2015-16 NABC All-District 24 First-Team
    2015-16 All-Louisiana First-Team
    2014-15 All-Conference Third-Team
    2014-15 All-Louisiana Third-Team
    2014-15 College Sports Madness All-SBC Second-Team

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  • DOB 25-02-1992 Hometown Melbourne, Victoria Position Shooting Guard Height 1.98m (6 ft 6 in) High School St John's Regional College College Boise State (2011–2016)

    Anthony Drmic

    Shooting Guard

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    Anthony Drmic has just signed a 2 year contract with the Wilson Adelaide 36ers. Drmic from Melbourne Victoria is a recent graduate from Boise State University in Idaho where he studied Communications.

    Anthony is no stranger to the NBL, his older brother Frank Drmic played in the NBL with South East Melbourne Magic, Victoria Titans, Sydney Kings and South Dragons from 1996 – 2007 and won a NBL Championship with the South East Melbourne Magic in 1996.

    Anthony finished his collegiate career as the Boise State all-time 3 point record holder, the school games record holder, 2 points shy of the school’s all-time leading scorer, and at number 5 on the Mountain West Conference all-time scoring list.

    He has represented Australia at Under 18 and Under 19 levels and is regarded as a Boomers prospect of the future.
    This season, he averaged 13.6 points per game, shooting the three at 34% and 57% for 2 point field goals, and 4.5 rebounds per game.

    “I am really excited about the up-coming season and being a 36er! I’m also looking forward to playing in front of one of the best fan bases in the league” Drmic commented.

    Drmic spoke about his love for basketball and future ambitions, “Being able to compete, there is nothing I love more than testing yourself, both mentally and physically out on the court. I want to one day play in the NBA, it’s obviously a lot of players dream, but we will see how it pans out.”

    Head Coach Joey Wright said that he’s watched Anthony since he was in the under 16’s, “I have admired his work ethic and desire to win. He plays the game the way it’s supposed to be played. He has an uncanny ability to score points and competes on defensive end as well.”

    Drmic says, “I’m really excited to be playing for such a seasoned and well established coach, who really is a player’s coach. Joey did a great job recruiting me, I really feel like I will be able to contribute and help the team right off the bat.”

    When Anthony is not on the court training, he enjoys spending time with his girlfriend and gaming on his PC. Once he settles into Adelaide, he will be bringing his girlfriend, Jenna and Golden Retriever, Owen with him. Drmic says, that he is very excited about coming back to Australia. “It’s felt like forever since I have been home. My family is especially eager to see me play live again!”

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  • DOB 27-04-1992 Hometown Horsham, VIC Position Guard/Forward Height 195 cm (6ft 4in)

    Mitch Creek

    Guard/Forward

    #55

    Mitch joined the Adelaide 36ers prior to the 2010/11 season, and was a former scholarship holder at the Australian Institute Sport. In 2010 he played 14 games for the AIS in the SEABL averaging 14.4ppg, 6.6rpg, 1.4apg, 1.3spg, FGP: 60.8%, 3PT: 20%, FT: 47.7%.

    Mitch was selected in the Australian Boomers Squad for the 2012 London Olympics. He was a member of the Australian U18 National Team (Emus) in 2010. He played with the Emus at the Albert Schweitzer International Tournament in Mannheim in 2010 and was tournament MVP.

    Member of the Victoria Country team at the Under-18 National Championships and earned a place at the prestigious Nike All-Asia Camp in Beijing, China.

    Mitch snapped his Achilles in the 2012/13 iiNet NBL Championship Round 11 clash against Townsville Crocs which saw him miss most of the 2012/13 season.

    The athletic Creek took big steps in the 2013/14 season, adding great energy off the bench. He made his NBL return in the 36ers opening game of the season, scoring 10 points in an 83-80 away loss to the Perth Wildcats at Perth Arena. Creek, who played 16:35 from the bench against the Wildcats, showed no ill-effects from his Achilles injury. Before the start of the 2014/15, Creek signed a 2 year contract with the club with an option for a 3rd season.

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    22.45AVG MINS
    1.38AVG AS
    9.88AVG PTS
    4.12AVG REB
  • DOB April 3, 1988 Hometown Carnarvon, Western Australia Position Centre/Forward Height 212 cm (6 ft 11 in) College Pepperdine University

    Daniel Johnson

    Centre/Forward

    #21

    Born in Carnarvon (located approximately 900 km north of Perth) to Craig and Carolyn Johnson, Johnson has three siblings, Josh, Courtnee and Jess, and attended Willetton Senior High School in Perth, graduating in 2005. He also played basketball for the Willetton Tigers in the State Basketball League. From there he accepted a scholarship to the Australian Institute of Sport, and while at the AIS helped his team win the King Club International Cup and was named the tournament MVP averaging 22 points per game. While attending the AIS he also represented Australia at the 2007 FIBA Under-19 World Championship in Serbia helping the Emus to 5th place overall with an 8-1 tournament record averaging 3.9 points and 2.6 rebounds per game.

    At the 2007 Under 20 Nationals, Johnson averaged 24.3 points and 12.8 rebounds per game and was named in the Tournament All-Star Five team. Johnson was the tournament’s second highest scorer behind future NBA player and Boomers star Patty Mills.

    The 212cm Centre/Forward, was named in the NBL’s All Star Five last season and was one of the league’s leading scorers averaging 19.6ppg and 7 rebounds per game.

    Johnson, 27, first joined the 36ers in 2010 after beginning his NBL career with the Melbourne Tigers. The 212cm (6’11”) centre soon blossomed to become one of the best big men in the NBL.

    Daniel won the clubs MVP Award three seasons straight from 2011-2014 and last season was recruited to Stelmet Zielona Gora in the Polish Basketball League, however struggling to adapt to lifestyle and with injury to BJ Anthony, Johnson was able to return to the Sixers line-up for the latter part of the 2014/15 NBL season. In the 2013/14 season DJ lead the 36ers scoring with 19.6ppg and 7rpg and was a big reason the team made the Grand Final series that season.

    Immediately after the season Johnson was hit with a bout of pneumonia and was hospitalised for several weeks. ‘DJ’ has now made a full recovery and is this week signed with the Wellington Saints in the NZNBL and will harness his skills in New Zealand before heading back for pre-season under 36ers coach Joey Wright. “Obviously it’s great to have a player of DJ’s quality here for the next three seasons, he’s one of the best scoring big guys in the NBL” said Wright.

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    30.96AVG MINS
    1.11AVG AS
    15.46AVG PTS
    9.29AVG REB
  • DOB 22-02-1990 Hometown Brisbane, Australia Position Guard Height 188 cm (6 ft 2 in)

    Brendan Teys

    Guard

    #7

    Brendan joins the Adelaide 36ers after being a member of the Townsville Crocodiles squad during the 2012/13 season. Teys had previously played under current head coach Joey Wright as a member of the Gold Coast Blaze from 2009-2012 as a Development Player.

    During 2012/13, Teys suited up for Townsville on two occasions. In the off-season, Teys was a surprise selection in the initial Sino Australia Challenge Squad.

    In the 2013/14 NBL Final series he stopped Melbourne Tigers scoring machine Chris Goulding in the semi’s and had a Grand Final series against Perth that stamped him as a quality NBL player.

    Outside of the NBL, Teys has taken the court for the South West Metro Pirates in the QBL.

    Current career high in the NBL is 17 points, on the 30th March 2014 vs Melbourne Tigers.

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    12.03AVG MINS
    0.54AVG AS
    3.77AVG PTS
    1.15AVG REB
  • DOB 6 December 1984 Hometown Launceston, Tasmania Position Forward Height 202 cm (6 ft 8 in) College Saint Mary's College

    Lucas Walker

    Forward

    #12

    Born and raised in Launceston, Tasmania, Walker attended West Launceston Primary School, Riverside High School and Launceston College before moving to Canberra in 2003 to attend the Australian Institute of Sport.

    The following year, he moved to the United States to attend Montana State University Billings. As a freshman in 2004–05, he was named the Pacific West Conference Freshman of the Year after averaging 15.5 points and 5.8 rebounds in 20 games (17 starts).

    In 2006, Walker transferred to Saint Mary’s College of California. After redshirting the 2006–07 season due to NCAA transfer rules, he appeared in 25 games off the bench for the Gaels in 2007–08, averaging just 9.3 minutes per game. In those 25 games, he averaged 3.2 points and 2.4 rebounds per game. In his final year in 2008–09, he played 25 games (8 starts) and averaged 2.7 points and 1.6 rebounds per game.

    Walker was runner-up ‘Rookie of the Year’ in the 2010/11 NBL season.

    Joining the 36ers for the 2015/16 season after a career with Melbourne where he was a crowd favourite with his athletic dunks and hassling defense.

    “For us he’ll definitely play multiple positions and I’ll use him the way I did Sam Mackinnon (in Brisbane’s championship season) guarding one through five. He’ll play some ‘point forward’ for us and pull opposition bigs away from the rim.” said coach, Joey Wright  “And he’s a great energy guy and a great teammate.”

    Mostly cast as a small forward, he has played 131 NBL games and last season averaged 7.5 points at 50 per cent, 5.1 rebounds and 1.0 assists coming off the bench for United.

    “He will join us after he concludes his SEABL commitments with Dandenong,” Wright said.

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    15.88AVG MINS
    0.64AVG AS
    5.32AVG PTS
    4.93AVG REB
  • Hometown Brisbane, Australia Position Centre Height 211cm - 6ft 11" College St Mary’s Gael

    Matt Hodgson

    Centre

    #3

    Hodgson, 23, was born in Booval, Queensland and played college ball at Southern Utah University before transferring to the St Mary’s Gael’s for his final 2 years.

    The 211cm centre has signed a two year agreement with the 36ers and is excited to be part of Joey’s roster. “I can’t wait to get to Adelaide and work with Joey.” said Hodgson, “I’m ready to take the next step in my development as a player and I’m sure I’ll learn a lot playing alongside Daniel Johnson and Anthony Petrie.”

    A development player with Melbourne United last season, he spent most of the season recovering from a torn meniscus in his knee, but is keen to hit the court running this season.

    “Matty is a big body and works very hard defensively, we will look for him to come off the bench and play some important minutes for us” said Joey Wright.

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  • DOB July 14, 1990 Hometown Warrnambool, Victoria Position Guard Height 193cm (6ft 3in) College Wyoming Cowboys

    Nathan Sobey

    Guard

    #20

    Nathan Sobey was one of two Cowboys to start all 33 games for Wyoming during the 2013-14 campaign. He averaged 9.8 points, 3.4 rebounds and 1.9 assists in 30.2 minutes per game. He shot 43 percent from the field and 26 percent beyond the arc to notch 13 double-figure point games, including two contests with more than 20 points. He was fourth on the team in points, while ranking third in rebounds and assists. He scored in double figures in six of Wyoming’s last eight games, including two career-best efforts. Sobey’s top performance was a career-high 33 points to go with four rebounds and three assists on Senior Day against Colorado State on March 8. He also notched 26 points and seven rebounds versus Fresno State on Feb. 18, including a 15-of-17 performance at the free throw line. His 15 free throws tied for 10th on Wyoming’s single-game free-throws made chart and ranked fifth in Arena-Auditorium history.

    Sobey joined the Ballarat Miners upon his return to Australia and impressed with 17.2 points, 2.6 assists and 5.1 rebounds per game in 17 games. He garnered SEABL Player of the Week honours in August, 2014 posting identical stat lines of 28 points, 10 rebounds and 3 assists in consecutive outings to help the Miners consolidate fourth place on the East Men Ladder.

    Sobey, signed as a rookie with the Cairns Taipans last season and was added to the full roster later in the season.

    His key attributes are his quickness, athletic ability and a ‘get after it’ defender.

    “I’m really looking forward to coming to Adelaide. I think playing under Joey will be great for my development and his style suits the way I play.” said Sobey.

    “Nathan will bring a lot of energy to our team and given the opportunity I believe he can develop into a quality NBL player” said Joey Wright.

     

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    10.01AVG MINS
    0.89AVG AS
    4.04AVG PTS
    1.52AVG REB
  • DOB 21/05/1987 Hometown Chicago, Illinois Height 175cm College California

    Jerome Randle

    Point Guard

    #9

    Randle is set to strengthen the back-court of the Adelaide 36ers this 2015-16 season. Randle was signed on to replace the injured import Kenyon McNeail who was released by the club earlier this week. Randle is a 29-year-old American player who also is a naturalised Ukrainian citizen and is a recent addition to the Ukrainian national team this 2015.

    In 2014-15 Jerome played for Trabzonspor Basketbol (Turkey-TBL) where he played just three games and averaged 14.7 ppg and 3.3 rpg. He left the club in October 2014. A month later he landed a deal with Eskisehir Basket (Turkey-TBL). He played 24 games for them and averaged 15.8 ppg and 5.0 apg.

    In July 2015, Randle joined the Milwaukee Bucks for the 2015 Summer League.

    “We are lucky to add a player of Jerome’s calibre to our line up.” said Joey Wright “He has speed and is a scorer.”

    The club is now working against the clock to have Randle cleared in time to suit up against the Taipans at home tomorrow night.

    Awards and Honours

    • 2010 Reese’s All-Star Perfect Player of the Game
    • 2010 1st Team All-Pacific-10 Conference
    • 2010 Pac-10 Player of the Year
    • 2010 Tom Hansen Conference Medal
    • 2009 1st Team All-Pacific-10 Conference
    • Cal’s career leader in points scored (1,835 points), three pointers made (252), and free throw accuracy (88.1%)
    • Cal record for most consecutive free throws made (40)
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    30.65AVG MINS
    5.17AVG AS
    23AVG PTS
    2.78AVG REB
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    NBL 2015/16 Ladders

    Team P W L %
    Melbourne United 28 18 10 101.79
    Perth Wildcats* 28 18 10 105.52
    Illawarra Hawks 28 17 11 106.07
    New Zealand Breakers 28 16 12 103.29
    Adelaide 36ers 28 14 14 99.80
    Cairns Taipans 28 12 16 95.07
    Townsville Crocodiles 28 11 17 95.02
    Sydney Kings 28 6 22 94.04
    * 2015/2016 Season Champions

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    Points Per Game

    JeromeRandle
    Adelaide 36ers
    23.00
    Josh Childress Sydney Kings 21.00
    Kirk Penney Illawarra Hawks 20.37
    Corey Webster New Zealand Breakers 19.57
    Kevin Lisch Illawarra Hawks 19.37

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    Assists Per Game

    CedricJackson
    New Zealand Breakers
    6.27
    Jerome Randle Adelaide 36ers 5.17
    Rhys Martin Illawarra Hawks 4.17
    Adam Gibson Adelaide 36ers 4.11
    Stephen Holt Melbourne United 3.67

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    Rebounds Per Game

    DanielJohnson
    Adelaide 36ers
    9.29
    Omar Samhan Townsville Crocodiles 8.92
    Andrew Ogilvy Illawarra Hawks 8.55
    Matthew Knight Perth Wildcats 7.88
    Josh Childress Sydney Kings 7.85

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    Steals Per Game

    DamianMartin
    Perth Wildcats
    1.79
    Kevin Lisch Illawarra Hawks 1.78
    Andrew Ogilvy Illawarra Hawks 1.52
    Cedric Jackson New Zealand Breakers 1.30
    Casey Prather Perth Wildcats 1.19

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