Matthew Dellavedova has been named in a shortlist for the 2016 AIS Sport Performance Awards (ASPAs) by the Australian Institute of Sport and you can vote for the Australian Boomer to win the award.
Exerting their physical presence with a 41-25 rebound advantage, Australia have taken Game 2 of the Oceania Championship 89-79 to advance to the Rio Olympics in August 2016.
Australian Boomers’ assistant coach, Luc Longley is not shying away from the task at hand for the touring side ahead of tonight’s second leg of the 2015 FIBA Oceania Championships.
Heading into Game 2 of the 2015 FIBA Oceania Championship, a spot in Rio 2016 is on the line for the Australian Boomers and New Zealand Tall Blacks.
Another blow for the luckless Damian Martin will see him miss the Oceania Championship with a calf injury.
An improved defensive effort has seen the Australian Boomers take the second of a two-game series against Slovenia 66-51 in their final warm-up game before the Oceania Championship, starting August 15.
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The Australian Boomers lost their second match to Lithuania in the two-game series, but according to coach Andrej Lemanis, there is plenty of reason to be optimistic.