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Connelly appointed interim Head Coach

The MightyMite Sydney Kings today announced that Joe Connelly has been appointed as interim Head Coach effective immediately. The last 48 hours has enabled Sydney Kings management to discuss the position with the appropriate stakeholders... Read More


Cotter relinquished from duties

NBL club the Sydney Kings announced today that Damian Cotter has been released from his Head Coach duties effective... Read More


Injury Update

MightyMite Sydney Kings guard Steve Markovic will remain sidelined with a recurring tonsillitis infection. Despite... Read More


Kings clipped by Hawks on the road

The MightyMite Sydney Kings battled tough but failed to pick up their fourth win of the season, going down to the... Read More


Rivalry fires up again this Wednesday

By Matt McQuade Over the years, there have been many battles of great importance fought between the MightyMite Sydney... Read More


Kings fall to Breakers in Harrington farewell

The MightyMite Sydney Kings fail in their effort to out grind the defending NBL champion New Zealand Breakers, losing... Read More

Standings Panel

NBL 2015/16 Ladders

Team P W L %
Melbourne United 13 10 3 107.81
Perth Wildcats 13 9 4 104.83
New Zealand Breakers 12 7 5 103.53
Adelaide 36ers 13 7 6 101.61
Illawarra Hawks 12 6 6 102.56
Cairns Taipans 11 4 7 94.41
Townsville Crocodiles 14 4 10 89.22
Sydney Kings 12 3 9 97.24

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Points Per Game

New Zealand Breakers
Jerome Randle Adelaide 36ers 22.30
Josh Childress Sydney Kings 21.50
Kirk Penney Illawarra Hawks 20.17
Andrew Ogilvy Illawarra Hawks 19.42

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Assists Per Game

New Zealand Breakers
Adam Gibson Adelaide 36ers 5.50
Jerome Randle Adelaide 36ers 4.60
Kevin Lisch Illawarra Hawks 4.00
Jermaine Beal Perth Wildcats 3.92

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Rebounds Per Game

Sydney Kings
Majok Majok Melbourne United 10.08
Daniel Johnson Adelaide 36ers 9.92
Andrew Ogilvy Illawarra Hawks 8.92
Matthew Knight Perth Wildcats 8.77

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Steals Per Game

Illawarra Hawks
Cedric Jackson New Zealand Breakers 1.50
Kevin Lisch Illawarra Hawks 1.33
Jason Cadee Sydney Kings 1.25
Damian Martin Perth Wildcats 1.25

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November 26,2015

Round 8 Highlights: Illawarra vs. Sydney

Game highlights from Round 8 of the 2015/16 NBL season featuring the Illawarra... Read More

November 20,2015

Round 7 Highlights: Sydney vs. New Zealand

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November 8,2015

Round 5 Highlights: Adelaide vs. Sydney

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November 6,2015

Round 5 Highlights: Sydney vs. Melbourne

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November 2,2015

Round 4 Highlights: Melbourne vs. Sydney

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October 31,2015

Round 4 Highlights: Sydney Kings vs. Townsville Crocodiles

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Player Profiles

  • DOB 09/02/93 Height 193cm Weight 86kg Hometown Upper Marlboro, Maryland, USA School Bishop McNamara | College of William & Mary Junior Club D.C. Assault Hobbies Sleeping, swimming and listening to music Idol Growing Up Allen Iverson Favourite Food French Toast

    Marcus Thornton



    2014/15: finished his brilliant college career at NCAA Division One school William & Mary University with standout senior campaign…ranked 17th in the nation in scoring, averaging 20.0ppg…658 total points was second in William & Mary history and most scored since 1949…closed out his career with 30 straight double digit scoring games…scored career-high 37 points against Richmond University in December…one of only six players nationally to shoot 45% from the field, 40% from three point range and 80% from the free throw line…first player in the history of his university to be named Conference Player of the Year…named Associated Press Honourable Mention All American…Named Team MVP for the third straight season…entered NBA Draft…graded out as one of the fastest players at NBA Draft Combine…taken by the Boston Celtics with the 15th pick of the second round (45th overall selection)…played in NBA Summer League for Celtics…scored 21 points in game against the Miami Heat.

    Career: All-time leading scorer (2,178 points) in the history of William & Mary…school record holder in three pointers made (325), games played (127), three pointers made per game (2.56), minutes played (4,328) and minutes played per game (34.1)…seventh all-time in conference history in scoring and fourth in three pointers made…ranks third in school history in free throws made (435), fifth in field goals made (709), fifth in three point percentage (40.2%), ninth in scoring average (17.1), 11th in assists (308) and 12th in free throw percentage (.789)…third conference player of the year in school history and first as Conference Player of the Year…one of only two William & Mary players to be a three-time All-CAA selection and one of only two to be a two-time First Team All-CAA pick…first three-time first team NABC All-District pick in school history…one of only five players in William & Mary history with 1,000 career points and 300 career assists…scored in double figures in 110 of his 127 career games (86.6%) and scored 20 or more points on 45 occasions in his career…a two-time team captain and three time team MVP…only player in William & Mary history with three seasons of 500 or more points…college has announced that his number 3 will be the sixth number retired at William & Mary next season.

    High School: Scored 1,254 points over two years at Bishop McNamara in Maryland…school record career scoring average (19.9 points per game)…school record three-point field goal percentage (43%)…school record three-pointers made (161)…named Gatorade Maryland State Player of the Year as a senior…averaged 23.4 points, 4.8 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 1.7 steals per game as senior…scored career-high and school record 43 points in final high school game.

    Personal: Son of Wayne and Debra Thornton…graduated from William & Mary with a degree in Kinesiology…volunteered as a tutor in high school in addition to donating his time on behalf of the Special Olympics as well as food and clothing drives for the needy…brother Andre Brooks played basketball at Bridgeport University.

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    Season Average

    32.58AVG MINS
    1.75AVG AS
    15.75AVG PTS
    2.5AVG REB
  • DOB 15/04/91 Height 186cm Weight 80kg Hometown Sydney, NSW School Westfield Sports High Junior Club Bankstown Hobbies Playing Playstation and going to the beach Idol Growing Up Kobe Bryant & Andrew Gaze Favourite Food Chicken Parmigiana

    Jason Cadee



    2014/15: emerged as key backup point guard for the Kings…averaged 8.1 points, 2.1 assists and 2.4 rebounds per game and shot 78.7% from the free throw line…points per game was a career-high…played all 40 minutes and scored season-high 23 points against Melbourne United in season finale…eight assists against Townsville on New Year’s Eve was equal-most by any Kings player in a single game that season…had crucial 18 points off the bench in key midseason win over Cairns.

    Career: debuted in NBL with the Gold Coast Blaze in 2010…has averaged 6.3 points, 2.1 rebounds and 2.2 assists over 137 NBL games….had breakout season in 2013/14 for the Adelaide 36ers…helped his team reach the NBL Grand Final…averaged 6.1 points and 2.5 assists in 33 games…had a season-high of 19 points against Melbourne in the deciding semi-final game…earlier had eight assists against the Tigers in a regular season contest…spent time in the NZNBL for the Super City Rangers in NBL offseason…led the NZNBL in scoring, averaging 26.7 points per game…had great junior career…one of two point guards globally selected for the World Select team that played in the 2010 Nike Hoops Summit in Portland, Oregon vs. USA…won silver medal in 2009 with NSW Under-20 State Team at National Championships…2009 AIS Scholarship holder…2009 Australian Emus Squad member…2008 Scott Fenton Memorial Player of the Year…2008 NSW Male Athlete and Basketball Player of the Year.

    Personal: Son of NBL legend Robbie Cadee, the 1983 NBL Coach of the Year (Bankstown Bruins) and 1979 NBL Champion (St Kilda Saints) as a player…both parents – Robbie and mother Debbie – have represented Australia at the Olympic Games…involved as an Ambassador for the Heart Foundation since 2010…likes Playstation and going to the beach…supporter of Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs in NRL and Collingwood Magpies in AFL…nickname is ‘JC’.

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    Season Average

    28.29AVG MINS
    2.92AVG AS
    12.92AVG PTS
    3.42AVG REB
  • DOB 23/02/86 Height 209cm Weight 109kg Hometown Sydney, Australia School Oakhill College Junior Club Parramatta Hobbies Making coffee and playing FIFA Idol Growing Up Simon Dwight Favourite Food Chicken Schnitzel

    Julian Khazzouh



    2014/15: Final season at Lebanese club Sagesse ended with Julian and the club parting ways after 18 games…averaged 15.4ppg, 9.5rpg (seventh in the league), 2.0apg and 1.7bpg (third in the league).

    Career: One of the best big men in Sydney basketball history…has played 129 games for two clubs (West Sydney Razorbacks/Sydney Spirit & Sydney Kings)…career averages of 13.3 points and 8.1 rebounds per game while shooting 48.7% from the field…Sydney Kings team captain from 2010-2012…All-NBL First Team in 2010/11 season…finished second in NBL MVP voting in 2010/11…led league in rebounding and was second in blocked shots in 2010/11…led NBL in both rebounds and blocked shots in 2011/12 campaign…had rare 20-20 game with 20 points and 21 rebounds against Adelaide in 2011/12 season…averaged a double-double (16.4ppg & 10.8rpg) for 2011/12 season…invited to NBA’s Golden State Warriors preseason camp…named as First Team All-NBL following 2011/12 season…finished second to Joe Ingles in NBL Rookie of the Year voting in 2006/07 season…played in NBA Summer League with Los Angeles Lakers in 2012…has also played in the Netherlands, Poland, Israel and Lebanon…signed a six year contract with Sagesse in Lebanon in 2012…at the time it was one of the biggest deals in Lebanese basketball history…spent three productive years at Sagesse…named All-Lebanese League Honourable Mention in 2013…voted All-Lebanese League Newcomer of the Year in 2013…also a member of the Australian National Team squad in 2009.

    Personal: Married to the sister of former Kings’ guard Luke Kendall…nickname is ‘Jules’.

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    26.56AVG MINS
    1.58AVG AS
    15AVG PTS
    7.08AVG REB
  • DOB 20/06/83 Height 203cm Weight 95kg Hometown Compton, California, USA School Mayfair High | Stanford University Junior Club Southern California All-Stars Hobbies Bowling & video games Idol Growing Up Scottie Pippen Favourite Food Tacos

    Josh Childress



    2014/15: played only 18 games for the Kings due to injury but still made a significant impact on the league through his on-court brilliance…averaged 21.2ppg, 9.2rpg, 4.2apg and 2.1bpg while shooting 51.1% from the field and 70% from the free throw line…became the first player in NBL history to finish in the top five of the league in points per game, rebounds per game, assists per game and blocked shots per game…season-high 36 points against Adelaide on 9/11/14 and added 19 rebounds, seven assists and five blocked shots…had 34 points and 12 rebounds against Wollongong on 13/12/14…blocked shot and turnaround jumper helped ice Sydney’s first win against Perth in 17 attempts…continued his outstanding community work off the court with the establishment of the J-Chill Zone at the Qantas Credit Union Arena.

    Career: considered the highest profile and most credentialed import in NBL history…played a total of 398 NBA games…started in 70 of those games…selected by Atlanta Hawks with sixth pick in first round of 2004 NBA draft…other notables in that draft were Dwight Howard, Luol Deng, Trevor Ariza and Emeka Okafor…played 285 games (67 starts) for Hawks over four seasons (2004-2008)…named to 2004/05 NBA All-Rookie Second Team…averaged 11.1ppg, 5.6rpg, 1.0spg, 52.2% FG and 80% FT with Atlanta…played for Phoenix Suns between 2010 and 2012 before being amnestied…invitee to training camp with NBA team Washington Wizards in 2013…eventually signed with New Orleans Pelicans for 2013/14 NBA season…played limited minutes in four regular season games for New Orleans…released in December 2013…first high-profile NBA player to move at the height of his career to Europe…played with Olympiacos Piraeus between 2008 and 2010…2010 Greek Cup Champion…2010 All-Euroleague Second Team…2010 Greek League Top Scorer…2010 Greek League Best Five Team…averaged double figure scoring in four consecutive seasons…had stellar college career with Stanford University…averaged 12.3ppg,6.8rpg & 1.1bpg over 86 games…2004 Associated Press First Team All American…2004 All-American Consensus Second Team member…2004 Pac-10 Conference Player of the Year…2004 Pac-10 Conference Tournament Most Valuable Player…2004 All Pac-10 First Team…2001 Honourable Mention All-Pac-10…played high school ball for Mayfair High in Los Angeles…averaged 24 points, eight rebounds, five assists and three blocks per game as a senior…named as a McDonald’s High School All-American.

    Personal: First Stanford player ever to be drafted number six in the first round of the NBA Draft…earned a degree in Sociology from Stanford….very active in the community…does tremendous work through The Josh Childress Foundation, a not for profit organization dedicated to providing high school athletes the opportunity to attend university…General Partner in IECP Ventures, a venture firm focused on digital media, technology, entertainment and global trends…favourite NBA player growing up was Scottie Pippen…enjoys video games and bowling…owns more than 800 pairs of sneakers…has a pet dog, Beast, with his own Instagram account…nicknames are ‘JChillin’, ‘Chill’, ‘Chilly’ and ‘Lord Chillington’.

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    Season Average

    35.07AVG MINS
    3AVG AS
    21.5AVG PTS
    10.5AVG REB
  • DOB 14/03/85 Height 190cm Weight 92kg Hometown Sydney, NSW School Casula High Junior Club Bankstown Hobbies Movies Idol Growing Up Michael Jordan Favourite Food Chicken Schnitzel

    Steve Markovic



    2014/15: averaged 9.9 points, 4.3 assists and 2.3 rebounds per game for Townsville in primarily a reserve role…4.3apg good for fourth in the NBL…season-high of 20 points (twice)…season high nine assists against Melbourne United on 14/02/15…shot the ball at 41% from the field, 87% from the free throw line and 37% from three point range.

    Career: Began his career as a development player with the West Sydney Razorbacks in 2002…moved into the regular roster the next season and made an immediate impact…won the 2003/04 NBL Rookie of the Year award…averaged 8.8ppg and 2.3apg as a member of the Razorback unit that fell to the Kings in an epic Grand Final series…improved his scoring to 10.9ppg the next season for West Sydney…then embarked on a long international career…spent three years with European powerhouse Red Star Belgrade…also played for Italian giants Benetton Treviso…returned to Serbia and played three years for Radnički Kragujevac…returned to NBL in 2013 and signed with the Townsville Crocodiles…averaged career-high 13.4ppg and 4.6apg in 2013/14 season…finished third in the NBL in assists that season…has played 129 games in the National Basketball League…career averages of 10.3 points, 3.2 assists and 2.3 rebounds per game.

    Personal: Supporter of the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs in the NRL.

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  • DOB 28/10/89 Height 208cm Weight 112kg Hometown Sydney, NSW School Blaxland High | Oregon State University Junior Club Penrith Hobbies Watching baseball & soccer Idol Growing Up Dirk Nowitzki & Tim Duncan Favourite Food Mum's quiche

    Angus Brandt



    2014/15: Solid debut campaign with the Kings earned him the National Basketball League Rookie of the Year award…averaged 7.4 points and 4.0 rebounds per game and shot 49.6% from the field…season-high 18 points against Townsville on New Year’s Eve…grabbed season-high 10 rebounds versus Adelaide 06/02/15.

    Career: Had an excellent college career at Oregon State University…capped it off with fine senior season…averaged 12.6 points and 3.9 rebounds per game while shooting 52% from the field in 2013/14 campaign…started every game in his final season for Oregon State…named to the Pac-12 All-Academic Team…averaged 7.3 points and 3.0 rebounds over 125 appearances…finished college career tied for seventh all-time at Oregon State with 125 games played…over the course of his career had 42 double-figure scoring games, six 20-point games and two double-doubles…three-time team captain…named to Pac-12 All-Academic First Team in 2011…Pac-12 All-Academic Second Team in 2014…Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention in 2012 and 2013…honored as an Oregon State Everyday Champion on February 22, 2011…played for Australian University National Team in 2011 at the World University Games in Shenzhen, China….member of Australian Boomers team in 2014 that contested four game Sino-Australia series against China…performed solidly, with a high of 12 points in Game Three…subsequently was invited to the Boomers camp for the World Cup tournament…one of last players cut from the 12 man squad.

    Personal: one of only two players in Pac-12 conference history to make All-Academic Team four times…brother Louis was development player with the Sydney Kings in 2013/14 season…favourite NBA players are Tim Duncan and Dirk Nowitzki…also enjoys baseball and soccer…nickname is ‘Gus’.

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    Season Average

    11.39AVG MINS
    0.25AVG AS
    3.92AVG PTS
    3.5AVG REB
  • DOB 10/01/90 Height 195cm Weight 93kg Hometown Wellington, NZ School Wellington College/Iowa State Junior Club Wellington Hobbies Music, Sleeping, Eating Idol Growing Up Mum Favourite Food Chinese

    Dion Prewster




    2014/15: Had breakout campaign with Wellington Saints in the NZNBL…averaged a career-high 14.3 points, 4.3 rebounds and 2.0 assists per game…helped Saints reach their second consecutive league Grand Final…had 17 points and six rebounds in the semi-final…10 points in the decider…scored in double figures in 16 of 20 games…season-high 27 points vs Canterbury Rams 26/06/15.

    Career: played 12 games as a development player in New Zealand Breakers 2011/12 NBL championship team… recently played for New Zealand Tall Blacks team that went down to the Australian Boomers in FIBA Oceania Qualification Series for the 2016 Olympic Games…toured Europe with the Tall Blacks in July 2015…member of the national squad that won the FIBA Stanković Continental Champions’ Cup held in Luoyang, China…captain of the Junior Tall Blacks in the 2009 FIBA Under-19 World Championships…has also played for Southland Sharks and Hawke’s Bay Hawks in NZNBL…attended San Jacinto junior college…transferred to NCAA Division One college Stephen F Austin University…averaged 5.1 points and 3.1 rebounds per game as a junior in 2010/11…won Iowa state high school championship in 2008.


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    19.15AVG MINS
    0.5AVG AS
    4.67AVG PTS
    2.67AVG REB
  • DOB 20/04/86 Height 204cm Weight 106kg Hometown Perth, WA School University of California - Santa Barbara Junior Club Perry Lakes Hawks Hobbies Jigsaw puzzles Idol Growing Up Gary Ablett, Sr. Favourite Food Nonna's Lasagne

    Tom Garlepp



    2014/15: Continued to go from strength to strength in the NBL…improved across the board for the third straight season…named Co-Captain of the Sydney Kings and emerged as a quality leader both on and off the court…averaged 13.6 points, 4.1 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 1.0 blocked shots per game…shot the ball at 47% from the field, 76% from the free throw line and 47% from three point range…season-high 24 points against New Zealand 26/12/14…grabbed seven rebounds in a game on five occasions…won both the Sydney Kings Most Inspirational Award and the Sydney Kings Members Player of the Year Award…became one of the most efficient and reliable players in the league.

    Career: has played 86 games for the Kings…career averages with Sydney 9.5ppg and 4.6rpg…emerged as key contributor for the Sydney Kings in what was a breakout season in 2013/14…winner of 2013/14 MightyMite Sydney Kings Coaches’ Award…has played a total of 185 NBL games, averaging 6.2 points and 3.4 rebounds per contest…played with Gold Coast Blaze for two seasons between 2010-2011…played with Adelaide 36ers in 2009/2010 NBL season…played just four games for 36ers before getting hurt…signed by the Perth Wildcats out of college in 2007…played two seasons for Wildcats…Perth Wildcats ‘Young Australian Player’ award in 2007/08…spent two years at NCAA Division One college University of California, Santa Barbara…came through Australian Institute of Sport (A.I.S.) program…set A.I.S. record with 10 blocked shots in a game.

    Personal: Married to former WNBL player Renae Camino…born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada but grew up in Perth and played as junior with Perry Lakes…Ambassador for Murdoch Children’s Research Institute and the Special Olympics…studying for a Masters in Human Resources…nicknames are ‘Tommy’ and ‘Garfish’.

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    Season Average

    23.91AVG MINS
    2.17AVG AS
    10.42AVG PTS
    4.42AVG REB
  • DOB 14/03/84 Height 190cm Weight 85kg Hometown Sale, Victoria School Australian Institute of Sport Junior Club Sale Hobbies Golf Idol Growing Up Darryl McDonald Favourite Food Pizza

    Rhys Carter




    2014/15: member of the New Zealand Breakers team that won its fourth NBL championship in the past five seasons…averaged 6.6 points per game in a reserve role…his 12 points on five of seven shooting in Game One of the Grand Final series a big factor in the Breakers securing a key road win in Cairns…season-high 19 points against Townsville on 19/12/14…had 14 points against Sydney on 28/11/14 in 107-96 victory.

    Career: 254 game NBL veteran…this will be his eleventh season in the league…has averaged 6.2 points, 1.9 assists and 1.0 steals per game during an NBL career that has seen him play for six teams…debuted in the NBL with the Victoria Giants in 2002…appeared in just eight games in his rookie season…has also played for West Sydney Razorbacks, South Dragons, Adelaide 36ers and Perth Wildcats…won 2008/09 NBL title with Dragons under coach Brian Goorjian…scored career-high 25 points for the Dragons against New Zealand 10/01/08…averaged career-high 8.7 points per game for Adelaide 36ers as a replacement for import Jarrid Frye in 2010/11 season…also spent time in Sweden playing for three clubs with great success…member of the Australian Boomers squad in 2009…had brilliant junior career…member of the Australian Junior Team that won the gold medal in the 2003 FIBA World Championships in Greece…teammates on that squad included Andrew Bogut and Steve Markovic…played for Australia in 2002 Albert Schweitzer Tournament and Oceania Qualification Series…2002 ABA Conference Champion and Finals MVP…2001 U/18 National Championships-Silver…member of 2001 Australian U/18 Squad…played in 2000 Albert Schweitzer Tournament…won silver in 1999 U/16 National Championships…member of 1999 AIS USA Tour.

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  • DOB 09/04/91 Height 203cm Weight 104kg Hometown Cairns, QLD School AIS | University of Texas San Antonio Junior Club Cairns Marlins Hobbies Table tennis Idol Growing Up n/a Favourite Food Steak

    Jeromie Hill



    2014/15: After missing the entire 2013/14 season due to injury, closed a great college career at the University of Texas-San Antonio with a tremendous senior campaign…averaged 16.0 points, 8.1 rebounds, 1.4 assists and 1.1 steals per game and shot 42% from the field, 61% from the free throw line and 36% from three point range…named to the Conference USA All-Conference First Team…scored season-high 36 points versus Marshall University on 22/01/15…scored double-figure points in 28 of his 30 games.

    Career: Played 122 games for UTSA over five years…averaged double-figure scoring in each of his four college seasons…career averages of 13.7 points, 6.9 rebounds and 1.0 steals per game…two-time All-Southland Conference (2011-12)…2012 Southland Conference Student-Athlete of the Year…2012 NABC All-District 23 Second Team…2013 Western Athletic Conference All-Academic honoree…just the sixth player in school history to record at least 1,000 points and 500 rebounds in his career…2010/11 Southland Conference Freshman of the Year…Honorable mention all-conference as a freshman…in his first year for UTSA averaged 13.4 points and a team-high 6.6 rebounds and shot 47.5 percent from the field, including 40 percent from behind the 3-point line…named to the 2011 All-Southland Tournament team after averaging 19.0 points and 5.3 rebounds and shooting 62.9 percent, including 8-for-9 from beyond the arc, in three games to help UTSA win the conference title…had great junior career in Australia…played on the heralded Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) team…averaged a team-high 15.7 points and 5.9 rebounds per game in 2010 for the Cairns Marlins of the Queensland Basketball League…named the QBL Under-23 Player of the Year…experienced international player who toured Italy with AIS in 2008 and 2009…played with invitational U-20 Australian Team in Saipan, Northern Marianas…helped the U-20 Australian National Team capture the FIBA Oceania gold medal in 2009, scoring 22 points in semifinal win over New Zealand…has represented Australia on three different national teams…averaged 30 points, 11 rebounds and three blocks per game as a senior at Cairns State High School.

    Personal: Son of Martin and Heather Hill…has one brother, Alex…majored in sports, entertainment and tourism management…favorite movie is Happy Gilmore… favorite food is steak…enjoys playing table tennis in his spare time.

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    Season Average

    9.77AVG MINS
    0.6AVG AS
    3.5AVG PTS
    3.5AVG REB
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