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TALL BLACKS SQUAD

Point guards

Joe Cook-Green 

Club : Unattached
Position: Guard
Height: 1.85m
Born: 24 July 1997
Junior Association: Otago
High School: Otago Boys High School
Tall Blacks Debut: Yet to debut

Went on the tour of China with the NZ Select team this year.
Played alongside Sam Timmins when Otago Boys High School won the National Secondary Schools title in 2014.
Made his NBL debut for Otago in 2014 and played for Canterbury Rams the following season.
Played at Northwest Florida State College in the 2016-17 season.

Shea Ili

Club: Wellington Saints/New Zealand Breakers
Position: Guard
Height: 1.84m
Born: 6 October 1992
Junior Association: Counties Manukau
High School: Onehunga High School
Tall Blacks Debut: 2015 

Was named in the tournament team at the 2017 FIBA Asia Cup after an outstanding tournament where he averaged 15.4 points and 5.8 assists per game.
Ili has the distinction of winning three consecutive New Zealand NBL titles having won in 2015 with the Southland Sharks and the last two seasons with Wellington Saints.

In 2017 averaged 16.1 points, 4.2 rebounds and 6.5 assists for the Saints.
Ili is also a member of the New Zealand Breakers having joined the club in 2014.

Jarrod Kenny

Club: Perth Wildcats/Bay Hawks
Position: Guard
Height: 1.88m
Born: 17 September 1985
Junior Association: North Harbour
High School: Westlake Boys
Tall Blacks Debut: 2011

Has been a regular in the Tall Blacks set-up since debuting in 2011 although missed the 2016 campaign due to injury.
Was a member of the Tall Blacks team at the 2014 FIBA World Championship in Spain.

Currently in his third season with the Perth Wildcats in the Australian NBL having won back-to-back Championships with the Wildcats in 2016 and 2017.
Debuted for the Harbour Heat in the NZNBL in 2002 when still at Westlake Boys High and has subsequently played 16 seasons in the League – the majority with the Bay Hawks.

Played the 2014-15 season in Germany at Licher Basket Baeren.

Derone Raukawa

Club : Southland Sharks/ NZ Breakers
Position: Guard
Height: 1.82m
Born: 24 July, 1994
Junior Association: Tauranga City
High School: Otumoetai College/Rosmini College/Rangitoto College
Tall Blacks Debut: 2016

Averaged 10.0 points per game at the 2017 FIBA Asia Cup in Lebanon.

Raukawa has played the last two New Zealand NBL seasons for Southland Sharks. Averaged 10.2ppg and 2.4apg for the Sharks in 2017 when the club finished runner-up.
Debuted in the NZ NBL playing for the Waikato Pistons in 2013 and then played two seasons with Manawatu Jets before linking with the Sharks.

Raukawa has signed for a second season as a Development Player with the New Zealand Breakers for 2017-18.

Tai Webster

Club: Fraport Skyliners (Germany)
Position: Guard
Height: 1.93m
Born:29 May, 1995 
Junior Association: North Harbour
High School: Westlake Boys High School
Tall Blacks Debut: 2012.

He was second in scoring for the Tall Blacks, behind brother Corey, at the 2016 FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament (16.3ppg). Also played alongside Corey at the 2014 FIBA World Cup in Spain.

Webster played six games for the New Zealand Breakers in 2012 -13 and a full season with Waikato Wizards in 2013 before embarking on his college career at Nebraska University. He played 124 games for the Cornhuskers enjoying a stand out 2016-17 senior season averaging 17 points, 5 rebounds and 4 assists per game.

In 2017 he played five games for the Golden State Warriors at the NBA Summer League, before signing a professional contract to play for Fraport Skyliners, based in Frankfurt Germany.

Won a FIBA Under-18 3x3 World Championships in Italy in 2011 alongside fellow Tall Blacks Isaac Fotu and Reuben Te Rangi.

Shooting Guards

Luke Aston

Club: Southland Sharks
Position: Guard
Height: 2.0m
Born: 28 June, 1990
Junior Association: Otago
High School: Wakatipu High School/Otago Boys High School
Tall Blacks Debut: 2017

Made his debut for the Tall Blacks on the tour of China in the build up to the 2017 FIBA Asia Cup.

Aston played a season with the Otago Nuggets in 2010 before heading to Santa Rosa Junior College, California for two years and then on to BYU Hawaii for a further two years.

On his return from America he played two seasons with the Hawkes Bay Hawks before linking with the Southland Sharks for the 2017 NBL season. Aston had a fine season with the Sharks averaging 11.3 points and 3.8 rebounds per game as the team finished runners-up in the NBL.

Quinn Clinton

Club:  SKYCITY Breakers / Canterbury Rams
Position: Guard
Height: Born: 31 January, 1999
Junior Association: Canterbury
High School: Christchurch Boys High
Tall Blacks Debut: Yet to debut

Was a member of the Gold medal winning Junior Tall Blacks team at the 2016 FIBA U18 Oceania Championships in Fiji. He averaged 12.1 points per game at the 2017 FIBA U19 World Cup in Cairo.

Led Canterbury to the Under 19 National title in 2017 scoring 34 points in the Final against Auckland.

Debuted for the Canterbury Rams in 2015.

Like Dan Fotu has committed to St Mary’s College for four years from 2017-2018.

Ethan Rusbatch

Club: Canterbury Rams (departing 2018)
Position: Guard
Height: 1.96m
Born: 24 May, 1992
Junior Association: Canterbury
High School: Cashmere High School
Tall Blacks Debut: 2016

Debuted for the Tall Blacks on the tour of China in 2016.

Was a member of the team that finished fourth at the FIBA Asia Cup in Lebanon.

After a year at Lincoln Trail Junior College, Illinois, Rusbatch joined the Southland Sharks in 2012. He then went on to play a season with Taranaki Mountain Airs in 2013. From 2014 Rusbatch has played for the Canterbury Rams averaging 12.9 points per game in 72 appearances.

Was a Development Player for the New Zealand Breakers in the 2016-17 season.

Reuben Te Rangi

Club: Southland Sharks/Brisbane Bullets (Australia)
Position: Guard/Small Forward
Height: 1.98m
Born: 14 October, 1994
Junior Association: Counties Manukau
High School: Auckland Grammar School
Tall Blacks Debut: 2013

Te Rangi made his debut for the Tall Blacks in 2013 and played at the FIBA Oceania Championships in the same year. He played his first season in the New Zealand NBL for the Harbour Heat as a 17 year old and has since played for Southland Sharks and the Super City Rangers. He won a title with the Sharks in 2013.

Joined the New Zealand Breakers in 2012 winning Australian NBL titles with the club in both 2013 and 2015. Joined the Brisbane Bullets in 2016.

Won a FIBA Under 18 3x3 title in Italy in 2011 alongside fellow Tall Blacks Isaac Fotu and Tai Webster.

This year he captained the Tall Blacks team, which became known as the ‘Young Bloods’ by fans, at the 2017 Asia Cup in Lebanon.

Corey Webster

Club: Ironi Nahariya (Israel)
Position: Guard
Height: 1.85m
Born: November 29th, 1988 
Junior Association: North Harbour
High School: Westlake Boys HS
Tall Blacks Debut: 2008

Webster led the New Zealand scoring at both the 2014 FIBA World Cup (13.7ppg) and the 2016 FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament (21.7ppg).

He signed for Ironi Nahariya (Israel) for the 2017-18 season after eight years with the New Zealand Breakers during which time he won three Australian NBL championship rings.

After leaving school he spent one year at Lambuth University, Tennessee before signing with the Breakers.

He has also won three New Zealand NBL Championships with the Wellington Saints.

In 2017 he played six games for the Dallas Mavericks at the NBA Summer League.


Small forwards

Tom Abercrombie

Club: NZ Breakers
Position: Small forward
Height: 1.98m
Born: 5 July, 1987
Junior Association: North Harbour
High School: Westlake Boys High School
Tall Blacks Debut: 2006

Abercrombie made his debut for the Tall Blacks in 2006 and has played at two FIBA World Championships – 2010 and 2014. 

He was a member of the Tall Blacks team that beat Australia to win the 2009 FIBA Oceania Championships.

Following school he spent two years at Washington State University before signing with the SKYCITY Breakers. Currently in his tenth season with the SKYCITY Breakers he is the club’s second all-time leading scorer with over 3,000 points and second behind Mika Vukona in appearances.

One of only three players to have played on all four Breakers Australian NBL championship winning teams.

Abercrombie also won a New Zealand NBL title with the Waikato Pistons in 2009.

He has also had a number of short term contracts in Europe playing in France, Turkey and Spain.

Dan Fotu 

Club: SKYCITY Breakers
Position: Small Forward
Height: 2.00m
Born: 24 July, 1999
Junior Association: North Harbour
High School: Rangitoto College
Tall Blacks Debut: Yet to debut

A member of the Rangitoto College team that won back-to back Schick Secondary Schools National Championships in 2015 and 2016.

Was a member of the Gold medal winning Junior Tall Blacks team at the 2016 FIBA U18 Oceania Championships in Fiji.

Like Quinn Clinton has committed to St Mary’s College for four years from 2017-2018.

Dyson King-Hawea

Club: Nunawading Spectres (Australia)
Position: Forward
Height: 2.00m
Born: October 15th, 1992
Junior Association: Waikato
High School: Church College/Fraser High School
Tall Blacks Debut: 2017

Made his debut for the Tall Blacks on the tour of China in the build up to the 2017 FIBA Asia Cup.

King-Hawea played for the Waikato Pistons in the New Zealand NBL in 2014 followed by a season with the Taranaki Mountain Airs where he averaged 8.0 points and 6.1 rebounds per game.

King-Hawea then moved to Australia and is currently in his third season with Nunawading Spectres playing in the South East Australian Basketball League (SEABL). He originally joined the club in 2015 as cover for his cousin, Tall Black Everard Bartlett.

Jordan Ngatai

Club – Wellington Saints
Position: Small forward
Height: 1.96m
Born: March 7,1993
Junior Association – Porirua
High School – Mana College
Tall Blacks Debut: 2013

Debuted for Tall Blacks in 2013 and attended the FIBA Oceania Championships in the same year.

Was a member of the team that finished fourth at the FIBA Asia Cup in Lebanon.

After graduating from Mana College Ngatai attended Sierra Junior College, California for one year before transferring to BYU Hawaii for a further season.

Has won New Zealand NBL championships with Wellington Saints in 2014 and again in 2017.

Also had seasons with Manawatu Jets (2015) and Taranaki Mountain Airs (2016). Currently in his  fourth season with the SKYCITY Breakers. 


Power forwards

Finn Delany

Club: Nelson Giants/ SKYCITY Breakers
Position: Forward
Height: 1.98m
Born: 12 August, 1995
Junior Association: Tasman
High School: Nelson College
Tall Blacks Debut: 2016

Averaged 12.7 points and 7.0 rebounds for the Tall Blacks at the 2017 FIBA Asia Cup in Lebanon.

After graduating from Nelson College Delany had a short stint at Southwest Baptist University, Missouri. It was in 2013 that Delany began to make his mark in senior basketball debuting for Nelson Giants in the New Zealand National Basketball League as a 17 year old whilst still in his last year at Nelson College and has since made 80 appearances for the club.

Averaged 18.0 points and 6.1 rebounds per game for the Giants in the 2017 NBL season.

Currently in his third season with the SKYCITY Breakers.

Isaac Fotu

Club: Ratiopharm Ulm (Germany)
Position: Forward
Height: 2.03m
Born: 18 December, 1993
Junior Association: North Harbour
High School: Rangitoto College
Tall Blacks Debut: 2011

Averaged 9.5 points and 4.5 rebounds at the 2014 FIBA World Cup in Spain.

Spent three years at the University of Hawaii before turning professional and heading to Spain to play with La Bruixa d’Or Manresa.

Fotu played another two seasons in Spain at Zaragoza before signing with German club Ratiopharm Ulm for the 2017-18 season. 

Won a FIBA Under-18 3x3 World Championship medal in Italy in 2011 alongside fellow Tall Blacks Reuben Te Rangi and Tai Webster.

Tohi Smith-Milner

Club: Melbourne United (Australia) / Canterbury Rams
Position: Forward
Height: 2.06m
Born: 6 October, 1995
Junior Association: Waitakere
High School: Rosmini College
Tall Blacks Debut: 2014

Played his first game for the Tall Blacks against Korea in Tauranga in 2014.

Averaged 10.5 points and 4.2 rebounds for the Tall Blacks at the 2017 FIBA Asia Cup in Lebanon.

After graduating from school Smith-Milner attended Polk State College, Florida for one year before returning to play for the Super City Rangers in the New Zealand NBL at the end of the 2014 season.

He joined Melbourne United in 2015 as a Development player and is about to embark on his third season with the Australian NBL club.

Smith-Milner played 10 games for the Canterbury Rams in the 2017 NZ NBL season.

Mitchell Newton 

Club: SKYCITY Breakers/Albury Wodonga
Position: Forward
Height: 1.98m
Born: 28 August, 1995
Junior Association: Southland
High School: St Peter’s College, Gore
Tall Blacks Debut: Yet to Debut

Currently a Development Player with the SKYCITY Breakers.

Played the previous two seasons in Australia with Albury Wodonga during the 2016-17 season and Sunbury Jets in the 2015-16 season.

Prior to that played for Southland Sharks in the NZNBL (2013-2015).

Mika Vukona

Club : SKYCITY Breakers
Position: Forward
Height: 1.97m
Born: 13 May, 1982
Junior Association: Tauranga City
High School: Bethlehem College / Nelson College
Tall Blacks Debut: 2005

Vukona debuted for the Tall Blacks in 2005 and has since played at three FIBA World Championships – 2006, 2010 and 2014. 

He was a member of the Tall Blacks team that beat Australia to win the 2009 FIBA Oceania Championships.

Vukona has played 16 seasons in the New Zealand NBL since debuting in 2005 – 13 of those seasons for Nelson Giants, winning a championship in 2007.

The 2017-18 season is Vukona’s 13th season with the New Zealand Breakers and his 15th in the Australian NBL.

He has won five Australian NBL titles having won four with the Breakers and one with South Dragons in 2009.


Centres:

James Hunter

Club: Southland Sharks / SKYCITY Breakers
Position: Forward / Centre
Height: 2.08m
Born: 19 June 1991
Junior Association: Sydney Comets
High School: Cranbrook School, Sydney
Tall Blacks Debut: 2017

Made his debut for the Tall Blacks on the tour of China in the build up to the 2017 FIBA Asia Cup.

Hunter had a US college career that took him to Gillette College, Washington State and South Dakota University.

He began his professional career in 2015 playing for the Manawatu Jets. After stints in Australia and Spain, Hunter returned to the New Zealand NBL in 2017 to play for the Southland Sharks and averaged 7.8points and 5.2 rebounds in 18 games for the League runners-up.

He first signed for the New Zealand Breakers for the 2017-18 season.

Michael Karena

Club: Forca Lleida, Spain / Canterbury Rams
Position: Centre
Height: 2.08m
Born: 24 October, 1993
Junior Association: Tasman
High School: Nelson College
Tall Blacks Debut: 2016

Played two seasons in the NZNBL for Nelson Giants in 2011 and 2012.

Headed to South Plains Junior College in 2013 before transferring to Wright State University.

Has spent the last two years playing in Spain during the northern hemishere winter and Canterbury Rams during the New Zealand winter.

Rob Loe 

Club: SKYCITY Breakers
Position: Centre
Height: 2.10m
Born: 5 August, 1991
Junior Association: North Harbour
High School: Westlake Boys HS
Tall Blacks Debut: 2009

In 2009, in his final year at Westlake Boys, Loe performed outstandingly at the FIBA U19 World Championships in Auckland. At just 17 years – the youngest member of the team – he led the Junior Tall Blacks in scoring averaging 18.8ppg.

He debuted for the Tall Blacks when the team beat Australia to win the 2009 FIBA Oceania Championships.

Loe was the starting centre for the Tall Blacks at the 2014 FIBA World Cup in Spain.

Spent four years at St Louis University playing 133 games for the Billikens. 

After College he spent a season each at KAO Dramas (Greece) and Limburg United (Belgium) before joining the New Zealand Breakers at the beginning of the 2016-17 season.

Alex Pledger 

Club: Southland Sharks / SKYCITY Breakers
Position: Centre
Height: 2.15m
Born: 27 March, 1987
Junior Association: Waikato
High School: Hamilton Boys High
Tall Blacks Debut: 2008

Debuted for the Tall Blacks in 2008 and played at 2010 FIBA World Championships.
 
He was a member of the Tall Blacks team that beat Australia to win the 2009 FIBA Oceania Championships averaging 15.5 points and 9.5 rebounds per game.

Currently in his ninth season with the SKYCITY Breakers he is the club’s all-time leading shot blocker and second behind Mika Vukona in the rebounding category. One of only three players to have played on all four Breakers Australian NBL championship winning teams.

Averaged a double double for Southland Sharks as they finished runners-up in the 2017 NZNBL season.

Won NZ NBL titles in 2009 with Waikato Pistons and 2012 with Auckland Pirates.


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