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Melbourne United Golf Day, a hole in one

Rain could not dampen the enthusiasm and competitive nature of more than 70 eager golfers attending the Melbourne United Corporate Golf Day. Hosted by one of the best golf courses in the country, the Victoria Golf Club in Cheltenham, the ensuing... Read More

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NBL signs Mitchell & Ness

In a coup for Australian basketball, renowned international manufacturer Mitchell & Ness has been appointed the... Read More

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Off Season Update – 26 April

Melbourne United players hit the court across Europe and in SEABL over the weekend with all the details below. Guard... Read More

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Welcome funding boost for basketball

Melbourne United welcomes the announcement this week that new indoor sports stadiums will be built across suburban... Read More

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NBL All Australian side announced

Melbourne United will be well represented in the NBL All Australian team selected to tour China in May with three... Read More

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Vale: Joe Zylberberg

The Directors, management, staff, coaches and players of Melbourne United Basketball Club express our condolences on... Read More

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April 15,2016

United in Business – Against the Odds breakfast event

The United in Business network offers members an active business environment to... Read More

April 5,2016

Melbourne United’s 2015-16 Dodo Electricity MVP

Watch highlights of Melbourne United’s Dodo Electricity Most Valuable... Read More

March 30,2016

Melbourne United help U.S. College hopefuls

Melbourne United players Daniel Kickert and David Barlow joined coaches Mike... Read More

March 29,2016

Melbourne United at the Caulfield Easter Cup Day

Melbourne United recently had some fun down at Melbourne Racing Club’s... Read More

March 22,2016

Melbourne United School Holiday Camps

Over the course of two action packed days, children will participate in... Read More

March 8,2016

Coaching the Kids: Dribbling

The the “Coaching the Kids” series, the Melbourne United coaches,... Read More

Player Profiles

  • Nickname Iggy Hometown Melbourne, Australia Position Guard High School Caulfield Grammar School Height 193cm College Boise State Pro Career First year Idol Growing Up Andrew Gaze

    Igor Hadziomerovic

    Guard

    #3

    Hadziomerovic: Pronounced Had-zio-mer-oh-vich

    Career highlights: Vic Metro State Team Gold Medalist 2006 – 2009; Australian U18 National Team 2009-10; Australian National Team Camp 2009; Australian U19 National Team 2011; World Championships U19 2010; Australian National Team 2011, 2013; World Uni Games Silver medal 2013.

    2014-15: Averaged 4.7 points and 2.6 assists in his final year with Boise State.

    Personal: A product of the Basketball Victoria pathway, he played his juniors the Melbourne Tigers.

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    Player Stats

    Season Average

    11.84AVG MINS
    0.7AVG AS
    3.26AVG PTS
    1.43AVG REB
  • Hometown Portland, USA Position Guard Height 193cm College St Mary's College of California Pro Career 2 years

    Stephen Holt

    Guard

    #5

    Previous clubs: Atlanta Harks (USA, 2013-14, 2015); Ludwigsburg (Germany, 2014-15); Canton Charge, (USA 2014-15).

    Career highlights: All-Freshman Team 2011; Regular Season Co-Champion 2011; All-WWC Honorable Mention 2012, 2013; WCC Regular Season Champion 2012; NABC Div 1 All-District 9 2nd team 2014; WCC 1st team 2014; NIT Sweet 16 2014; D-League Atlantic Division Runner-Up 2015.

    2014-15: Averaged 11.1 points and 3.2 assists with Canton Charge in the NBA D-League.

    Personal: Played alongside Victorian NBA Champion Matt Dellavedova at St Mary’s College. Also attended by Patty Mills and Daniel Kickert.

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    Player Stats

    Season Average

    31.94AVG MINS
    3.67AVG AS
    15.47AVG PTS
    3.63AVG REB
  • Nickname DB Hometown Melbourne, Australia Position Small Forward High School Sandringham Secondary Height 205cm College Metro State Pro Career 11 years Idol Growing Up D-Mac

    David Barlow

    Forward

    #20

    Previous Clubs: Sydney Kings (2003-07); Melbourne Tigers (2007-09); Basket CAI Zaragoza (Spain, 2009-11); CB Murcia (Spain, 2011-13); Stelmet Zielona Gora (Poland, 2013-14)

    Career highlights: Spanish League Champion 2010; Represented Australia at the Olympic Games 2008, 2012, and world championships 2006, 2010; NBL All-Star 2008; NBL Championships 2004, 2005, 2008; NBL runner-up 2006, 2009; Appeared in 30 (13 starts) for Metro State 2002-03.

    2014-15: Averaged 9 ppg and 3.7 rebounds. Lead the NBL in 3pt shots made (55).

    Personal: Is married to Tiwi and they have a son Java.

     

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    Player Stats

    Season Average

    4.54AVG MINS
    0.18AVG AS
    1.55AVG PTS
    0.91AVG REB
  • Hometown Perth, Australia Position Centre / Forward High School Australian Institute of Sport Height 206cm College Ball State (Sr) Pro Career 1 year

    Majok Majok

    Centre / Forward

    #22

    Previous clubs: Helios, Slovenia

    Career highlights: NJCAA D1 Finalist 2011; All-MAC 3rd Team 2013; Ball State (NCAA, starting five) 2012-2014; All-MAC 3rd Team 2014; Slovenian League Seminals 2015.

    2014-15: In his first season of professional basketball he averaged 6.9 ppg and 6.2 rebounds with Helios, Slovenia.

    Personal: Born in Rumbek South Sudan

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    Player Stats

    Season Average

    19.46AVG MINS
    0.47AVG AS
    5.53AVG PTS
    7.1AVG REB
  • Nickname CP Hometown Melbourne, Australia Position Centre High School Nazareth College Height 208cm College University of California Riverside Pro Career 1 year Favourite move Lifting Idol Growing Up LeBron James

    Chris Patton

    Centre

    #4

    Career: SEABL League MVP 2010; NJCAA Div 1 Champion 2011; All-Big West Honorable Mention 2013; Cal-Riverside (NCAA, starting five) 2012-2014.

    2014-15: In his first season in the NBL as a development player, 4.2 ppg and 2.3 rebounds.

    Personal: Is the brother of GWS GIANTS Number 1 draft pick Jonathan Patton.

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    Player Stats

    Season Average

    6.11AVG MINS
    0.24AVG AS
    2AVG PTS
    1.35AVG REB
  • Nickname Bubbles Hometown Launceston, Australia Position Shooting guard High School Brisbane State Height 192cm Pro Career 6 years

    Chris Goulding

    Shooting guard

    #43

    Goulding: Pronounced Gold-ing

    Previous Clubs: Brisbane Bullets (2006-07); Perth Wildcats (2008-09); Gold Coast Blaze (2009 – 2012); Melbourne Tigers (2012-13); CAI Zaragoza (2014-15).

    Career: Australia U18 National Team 2006; Australian U19 National Team 2007; World Championship U19 2007; Australian All-U21 Second Team 2007; Australian National Team 2009, 2013-14; Australian NBL All-Star Game MVP 2013; All-Australian NBL Guard of the Year 2014; All-Australian NBL 1st Team 2014; Fiba World Cup 2014.

    2014-15: After departing the Melbourne Tigers, Goulding spent the 2014 NBA Summer League with the Dallas Mavericks before making the Boomers squad for the Fiba World Cup in Spain (12.5 ppg, 4.5 rpg).

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    Player Stats

    Season Average

    33.35AVG MINS
    2.76AVG AS
    18.41AVG PTS
    3.69AVG REB
  • Nickname Vinny Hometown Mackay, Australia Position Small forward / Shooting guard High School Mackay State Height 200cm Pro Career 4 years

    Todd Blanchfield

    Small forward / Shooting guard

    #12

    Previous Clubs: Townsville Crocodiles (2010-2015), Southland Sharks (2015)

    Career: Australian U18 National Team 2008; , 2014; Australian National Team 2012; Australian National University Team 2012-13; World University Games silver medal 2013; All-Australian NBL Honorable mention 2015; Australian NBL All-Domestic Players Team 2015; All-New Zealand NBL 1st team 2015; NZ NBL All-Imports Team 2015; NZ NBL Champion 2015.

    2014-15: Averaged 14.6 ppg and 6.0 rebounds to receive the NBL Most Improved Player Award.

     

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    Player Stats

    Season Average

    29.25AVG MINS
    0.87AVG AS
    9.6AVG PTS
    6.47AVG REB
  • Nickname Skate Hometown Sydney, Australia Position Point Guard High School Endeavour High School Height 192cm College University of Colorado Pro Career 3 years NBL Idol Growing Up Jason Williams

    Nate Tomlinson

    Guard

    #6

    Career: NBL Most Improved Player 2014; NBL debut 2012; Played in 129 games at University of Colorado averaging 5.2 points, 2.2 rebounds, 3.2 assists in 27.5 minutes per game 2009-12; Won Colorado’s Jay Humphries Assist Award and Best Defensive Player award 2012; Represented Australia at World University Games 2009, and Under-19 world championship in 2007.

    2014-15: Co-captain in the club’s inaugural year, he averaged 5.0 ppg and 3.1 assists.

    Personal: Is the son Billy Tomlinson, who coached the Hobart Devils and Sydney Kings in the NBL and the Sydney Flames of the WNBL.

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    Player Stats

    Season Average

    16.72AVG MINS
    2.53AVG AS
    3.57AVG PTS
    1.43AVG REB
  • Standings Panel


    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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