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Class of 2016
Keanu Pinder signs with Arizona
May 14, 2016

Keanu Pinder, the 6’9″ athletic forward from Perth WA, signed a National Letter of Intent with Arizona this morning after visiting several top Division I schools. “Arizona has a winning tradition and I believe playing for Coach Miller will enhance my ability to play at the next level. That’s why I feel like Arizona is […]

Spotlight on: Matt Freeman
August 6, 2015

Kiwi Pride – Matt Freeman commits to University of Oklahoma after his second showing at Adidas Nations With the NBA as his ultimate goal, 6’9″ Kiwi stretch 4 Matt Freeman has committed to the University of Oklahoma as the next step in his journey from Auckland to playing pro basketball. The decision, which Freeman announced […]

Spotlight on: Callum Barker
June 13, 2015

Dedication Pays Off – Callum Barker decides on Bradley University as he takes his game to next level In 2014, Callum Barker competed in the Adidas Nations tournament, now the 6’9’’ bruising forward has committed to the resurgent NCAA Division I school,  Bradley University. Barker’s performance at Nations showcased his game and talents alongside players from all around […]

Spotlight on: William McDowell-White
May 11, 2015

Like Father, Like Son – William McDowell-White set to make a mark in his chosen sport, like his father before him. There is excitement brewing in basketball circles, with coaches, scouts and fans wondering just how far William McDowell-White can go. It seems universally agreed that the sky’s the limit for this promising Class of […]

The Steady Climber – Chima Moneke chooses UC Davis after spending two seasons at Northeast Community College. Chima Moneke recently announced his commitment to the University of California, Davis via his @Chimdogg_ Twitter account. The 6’7’’ forward, who developed his game while playing in Australia prior to his two year stint at Northeast Community College, is now fulfilling his dreams and […]

Spotlight on: Gabe Hadley
April 21, 2015

From Tassie to Melbourne and Beyond – Hadley on the road to being one of the top ranked players in the Class of 2017. I caught up with Gabe Hadley (Shooting Guard, Class of 2017) at the U18 Australian Junior Championship in Ballarat, 11-18 April, 2015. This was not my first time chatting with Gabe, […]

Spotlight On: Harry Froling
April 21, 2015

Blazing His Own Trail – Harry Froling on a mission to be Australia’s top post player in the Class of 2016. There are very few, if any, families in Australian basketball to rival the pedigree of the Frolings. With Shane Froling playing 20 years in the NBL and his wife Jenny a star of the […]

U18 Australian Junior Championships
April 19, 2015

The U18 Australian Junior Championship wrapped up in Ballarat, Victoria, last night with a victory by the NSW Country Men over their fellow New South Welshmen from NSW Metro. The men’s Championship game started at a feverish pace, and sustained multiple lead changes throughout the first half. The game was tied at the end of the […]

Athletic Route to Div I – Pinder takes the road less traveled to achieve his long term ambitions. Most great Australian high school basketballers picture their pathway to the U.S. as a direct progression from finishing Year 12, to starting at a NCAA Division I school the following Fall semester. However for various reasons, the pathway is […]