Now that he is 367 games into his NBL career, the crafty guard is entering the veteran stage of his career and is preparing for his second stint at the Adelaide 36ers.
His initial stint with the Sixers saw him play with them for two seasons in NBL13 and NBL14, including being part of the Grand Final Series against the Perth Wildcats in 2014, and now he'll be looking to help lead the 36ers back up the standings in NBL24.
Grew up in Sydney the son of former NBL player Robbie and after spending 2009 and 2010 at the Australian Institute of Sport, signed his first NBL contract at the Gold Coast Blaze ahead of the 2010/11 season.
Suffered a career-threatening car accident in July of that year, but just five months later made his debut for the Blaze and has been playing in the NBL ever since as one of the most creative and smart point guards in the competition. He has a great shooting touch and the knack of making the big shot.
Played his first two seasons at Gold Coast, then two seasons with the 36ers, four at the Sydney Kings and has been with the Brisbane Bullets the past five seasons. He now rejoins the Sixers on the back of another standout off-season with the Gold Coast Rollers in the NBL1 North, leading them to the Grand Final and being the league's MVP.
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|Gold Coast Blaze||31||17.7||39||57||2.0||2.0||0.1||0.5||0.8||1.3||5.2|
|Gold Coast Blaze||16||13.6||44||63||1.8||1.4||0.0||0.1||0.9||0.9||3.8|