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Brad Newley
Brad NEWLEY (Australia)
DOB: 2/18/1985
Place of birth: - (Australia)
Height: 199cm/6'6"
Weight: -
Position: Forward
Main statistics
Points per game 8.2
Rebounds per game 2.5
Assists per game 1.3
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Career: Forestville Eagles (Australia-ABA, 2002), AIS (Australia-ABA, 2003-04), Townsville Crocodiles (Australia-NBL, 2004-06).

Brad Newley may be the next Australian to play in the NBA as he declared himself eligible for the 2006 NBA Draft. He is compared to Argentina's Manu Ginobili by the NBA scouts as he is a very talented player able to shoot from beyond the arc or drive to the hoop. Entering the NBL in 2004, he was named both Rookie of the Year and Best 6th Man. Selected to the 2005 NBL All Star Game, he won the MVP award after posting 35 points, 4 rebounds and 7 assists.

In 2003, he claimed the gold medal at the FIBA U19 World Championship with the Emus, teaming with Andrew Bogut, Aaron Bruce and Aleksandar Maric. At only 21, Newley is expected to become one of the offensive leaders of the Boomers as soon as this summer

 
 
PARTICIPATION IN FIBA COMPETITION
 Competition   PPG   RPG   APG 
 FIBA Basketball World Cup 2014  6.5  2.3   1.2 
 Olympic Men 2012  7.8  4.8   2 
 London Invitational Tournament 2011  14.8  3.3   3.5 
 FIBA Oceania Championship 2011  6.7  4.7   3 
 EuroChallenge 2010  11.5  3.5   2 
 FIBA World Championship 2010  6.5  4.5   0.5 
 EuroChallenge 2009  12.5  3.8   1.3 
 FIBA Oceania Championship for Men 2009  16.5  5   0.5 
 FIBA Diamond Ball Tournament for Men 2008  6.7  1.7   0.7 
 Olympic Games: Tournament Men 2008  12.7  2.5   1.3 
 FIBA Oceania Championship for Men 2007  8.3  3   1.3 
 Stankovic Continental Champions Cup 2006  15.7  4.7   0.7 
 FIBA World Championship 2006  8.2  2.5   1.3 
 FIBA Oceania Championship for Men 2005  11  0.5   2 
 FIBA U21 World Championship for Men 2005  17.6  4.1   1.6 
 FIBA Oceania U20 Championship for Men 2004  0  0   0 
 World Championship for Junior Men 2003  6.4  2   1 
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