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# Name P Heigth DOB Place Of Birth Club
4 Mark
DICKEL
PG 187cm
6'2"
21/12/1976 Christchurch
 (NZL) 
LOKOMOTIV ROSTOV, Russia-SuperLeague (RUS) 
5 Aaron
OLSON
SG 195cm
6'5"
11/05/1978 Whitehorse
 (CAN) 
NEW ZEALAND BREAKERS, Australia-NBL  (AUS) 
6 Kirk
PENNEY
SG 196cm
6'5"
23/11/1980 North Shore
 (NZL) 
MACCABI TEL-AVIV, Israel-Premier League  (ISR) 
7 Paul
HENARE
PG 182cm
6'0"
04/03/1979 Napier
 (NZL) 
NEW ZEALAND BREAKERS, Australia-NBL  (AUS) 
8 Phillip
JONES
SG 197cm
6'6"
25/01/1974 Dunedin
 (NZL) 
VERTICAL VISION CANTU, Italy-Lega  (ITA) 
9 Paora
WINITANA
G/F 195cm
6'5"
06/12/1976 Hastings
 (NZL) 
HAWKES BAY HAWKS, New Zealand-NBL  (NZL) 
10 Dillon
BOUCHER
SG 195cm
6'5"
27/12/1975 New Plymouth
 (NZL) 
PERTH WILDCATS, Australia-NBL  (AUS) 
11 Pero
CAMERON
PF 200cm
6'7"
05/06/1974 Tokoroa
 (NZL) 
BANVITSPOR, Turkey-TBL (TUR) 
12 Mika
VUKONA
193cm
6'4"
13/05/1982 Suva
 (FIJ) 
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13 Casey
FRANK
SF 203cm
6'8"
23/10/1977 Port Jefferson
 (USA) 
NEW ZEALAND BREAKERS, Australia-NBL  (AUS) 
14 Craig
BRADSHAW
PF 208cm
6'10"
28/07/1983 Lower Hutt
 (NZL) 
Winthrop, USA-NCAA Div. 1 (USA) 
15 Tony
RAMPTON
C 213cm
7'0"
30/05/1976 New Plymouth
 (NZL) 
WOLLONGONG HAWKS, Australia-NBL  (AUS) 
Average height:  197cm/6'6"   
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 TEAM'S LATEST NEWS
Tab BALDWIN (USA) 28/08/2006 NZL - Pair ponder their futures TOKYO (FIBA World Championship) - New Zealand veterans Phill Jones and Pero Cameron have delayed decisions over their international future. Coach Tab Baldwin left the Tall Blacks after their FIBA  more »
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Manu GINOBILI (ARG) 26/08/2006 Game Report, Argentina vs New Zealand 79-62, EIGHT-FINALS SAITAMA (FIBA World Championship) – Manu Ginobili exploded for 28 points and Fabricio Oberto had 23 along with 10 rebounds as Argentina won 79-62 over New Zealand on the opening day of the  more »
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Tab BALDWIN (USA) 26/08/2006 NZL - Baldwin resigns as New Zealand coach SAITAMA (FIBA World Championship) - Just minutes after New Zealand lost to Argentina 79-62 and bowed out of the 2006 FIBA World Championship, Tab Baldwin annouced his resignation as New Zealand  more »
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25/08/2006 What's coming up? August 26: Eight-Finals (Argentina vs New Zealand) SAITAMA (FIBA World Championship) - Argentina will set out to prove that their 5-0 record in the group stages was just the start of better things to come from the Olympic champions as they go up  more »
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New Zealand vs Panama 24/08/2006 Game Report New Zealand vs Panama 86-75, GROUP B HIROSHIMA (FIBA World Championship) - After losing their first three games of the 2006 FIBA World Championship, New Zealand advanced to the Final 16 with an 86-75 victory over Panama - their second  more »
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24/08/2006 NZL - Cameron: "We think we've righted ourselves"
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Japan vs New Zealand 23/08/2006 Game Report, New Zealand vs Japan, 60-57, GROUP B HIROSHIMA (FIBA World Chamionship) - Pero Cameron scored 21 of his 23 points in the second half as New Zealand came back from a 12-point fourth quarter deficit to beat Japan 60-57 in Group B of the  more »
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22/08/2006 NZL - Big test for Tall Blacks HIROSHIMA (FIBA World Championship) - New Zealand coach Tab Baldwin admits it is crunch time for his side as they look to avoid a shock early exit at the FIBA World Championship. Successive defeats  more »
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Angola vs New Zealand 21/08/2006 Game Report, Angola vs New Zealand, 95-73 GROUP B HIROSHIMA (FIBA World Championship) - Eduardo Mingas scored 27 points and grabbed 12 rebounds as Angola beat New Zealand 95-73 to advance to the Final 16 of the 2006 FIBA World Championship  more »
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New Zealand vs Spain 19/08/2006 Game Report, Spain vs New Zealand, 86-70, GROUP B HIROSHIMA (FIBA World Championship) - Spain proved their status as one of the favourites of the 2006 FIBA World Championship as they brushed aside New Zealand 86-70 as Jorge Garbajosa, Pau Gasol and  more »
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