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AUSTRALIA's ROSTER
# Name P Heigth DOB Place Of Birth Club
4 Andrew
BOGUT
F 207cm
6'9"
28/11/1984 Melbourne (AUS)
 (AUS) 
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5 David
BARLOW
F 205cm
6'9"
22/10/1983 Melbourne
 (AUS) 
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6 Sam
MACKINNON
G/F 197cm
6'6"
25/08/1976 Melbourne
 (AUS) 
Basket Rimini Crabs, Lega 2 (ITA) 
7 Luke
KENDALL
SG 193cm
6'4"
25/05/1981 Melbourne
 (AUS) 
Sydney Kings, NBL (AUS) 
8 Brad
NEWLEY
F 199cm
6'6"
18/02/1985 Bedford Park, Adelaide
 (AUS) 
CB Gran Canaria (ESP) 
9 C.J.
BRUTON
PG 188cm
6'2"
13/12/1975 Perth
 (USA) 
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10 Jason
SMITH
G/F 194cm
6'4"
20/10/1974 Box Hill, Melbourne
 (AUS) 
Sydney Kings, NBL (AUS) 
11 Mark
WORTHINGTON
202cm
6'8"
08/06/1983 Bunbury
 (AUS) 
BROSE BASKETS BAMBERG (GER) 
12 Daniel
KICKERT
C 208cm
6'10"
29/05/1983 Kew, VIC
 (AUS) 
GRAN CANARIA 2014 (ESP) 
13 Russel
HINDER
PF 208cm
6'10"
10/07/1979 Sydney
 (AUS) 
Hunter Valley Pirates, NBL (AUS) 
14 Aaron
BRUCE
G 191cm
6'3"
19/12/1984 Birchip
 (AUS) 
Baylor, NCAA (USA) 
15 Wade
HELLIWELL
C 212cm
6'11"
10/05/1978 Melbourne
 (AUS) 
Lottomatica Roma, Lega A (ITA) 
Average height:  200cm/6'7"   
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 TEAM'S LATEST NEWS
Dwayne WADE (USA) 27/08/2006 Game Report, USA vs Australia 113-73, EIGHT-FINALS SAITAMA (FIBA World Championship) - Team USA held Australia without a field goal for more than seven minutes in the second quarter to build a 30-point half-time lead and cruise into the last eight of  more »
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Australia vs Qatar 24/08/2006 Game Report, Australia vs Qatar 93-46, GROUP C HAMAMATSU (FIBA World Championship) – Australia hammered Qatar 93-46 to bring a halt to a three-game losing streak and keep their hopes alive for a place in the last 16 of the FIBA World Championship.  more »
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Lithuania vs Australia 23/08/2006 Game Report, Lithuania vs Australia 78-57, GROUP C HAMAMATSU (FIBA World Championship) - Rising star Mantas Kalnietis sparked Lithuania on a big third-quarter run as the Baltic giants defeated Australia 78-57 in an important Group C game. Aryvdas  more »
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Greece vs aAustralia 22/08/2006 Game Report, Greece v Australia 72-69, GROUP C HAMAMATSU (FIBA World Championship) – Antonis Fotsis and Nikos Zisis buried three-pointers at the end as Greece stunned Australia 72-69 in Hamamatsu at the FIBA World Championship. In a pivotal Group  more »
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Sam MACKINNON (AUS) 20/08/2006 AUS – 'Surprise package’ Mackinnon gives Aussies a lift HAMAMATSU (FIBA World Championship) – Sam Mackinnon has been given a chance to revive his international career with Australia and he is determined to make the most of it. A side shorn of key  more »
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20/08/2006 Game Report, Turkey v Australia 76-68, GROUP C HAMAMATSU (FIBA World Championship) – Turkey staged a dramatic second-half fightback to stun Australia and win for the second day in a row at the FIBA World Championship.  more »
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Brazil vs Australia 19/08/2006 Game Report, Australia v Brazil 83-77, GROUP C HAMAMATSU (FIBA World Championship) – Australia held off a late fightback by Brazil to win their opening Group C encounter at the FIBA World Championship in Japan, 83-77.  more »
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Aaron BRUCE (AUS) 18/08/2006 AUS - Can the Boomers Bounce Brazil? HAMAMATSU (FIBA 2006 World Championships) - The Australian Boomers face their first test of the FIBA 2006 World Championships Saturday when they take on the more fancied Brazil. The Boomers will not  more »
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Chris Anstey (AUS) 17/08/2006 AUS - Up and down Boomers getting closer CHINA (Stankovic Continental Champions Cup) - The Australian Boomers have continued the long climb up the World Championship mountain with a sixth place finish at the Stankovic Continental Champions  more »
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 YAO Ming (CHN)  15/08/2006 AUS - Yao slides by Bogut in tight loss KANSHUN (Stankovic Cup/FIBA World Championship) - The Australia Post Boomers lost a tight contest to China 63-61 in the final match of the Boris Stankovic Cup in Kanshun. Andrew Bogut top scored for  more »
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