Player Profile

Tom Garlepp



2016/17: Solid and reliable campaigner moved to the bench and was a consistent offensive threat in reduced minutes…averaged 5.6 points and 2.6 rebounds in just under 17 minutes per game…signed with the Kings for the 2017/2018 NBL season and will be in the second year of his two-year contract…2017/2018 will mark Tom’s sixth season with the Sydney Kings…only five players have ever played more seasons for the Kings in the history of the franchise.


Career: has played 141 games for the Kings…now ranks in the franchise all-time Top Ten for games played…career averages with Sydney 9.6 points and 4.1 rebounds per game while shooting 46.4% from the field and 71.3% from the free throw line…had excellent 2015/2016 campaign…named team MVP…played his 100th game for the club and 200th NBL game overall during the season…averaged 14.0 points, 4.2 rebounds, 2.2 assists per game and shot 53.3% from the field, 77.7% from the free throw line and 50% from three point range…finished sixth in the NBL in field goal percentage…made his first nine baskets during his milestone 200th NBL game…member of the NBL All-Australian team that played a three game series in China in the 2016 offseason…had great season in 2014/15 and won both the Sydney Kings Members Player of the Year and Sydney Kings Most Inspirational Player…emerged as key contributor for the Sydney Kings in what was a breakout campaign in 2013/14…winner of 2013/14 Sydney Kings Coaches’ Award…has played a total of 240 NBL games…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…won 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…son Hunter was born just prior to the 2015/16 season…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…nicknames are ‘Tommy’ and ‘Garfish’.


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