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January 15,2017

Bullets TV – Episode 7

BulletsTV: Episode 7 It’s that time of the week Bullets fans! In this... Read More

January 5,2017

Bullets TV – Episode 6

BulletsTV: Episode 6 It’s that time of the week Bullets fans! In this... Read More

December 30,2016

Bullets TV Episode 5

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December 23,2016

Bullets TV Episode 4

  BulletsTV: Episode 4 It’s that time of week again Bullets fans! In... Read More

December 16,2016

BulletsTV Episode 3

This week we chat with 250-gamer Anthony Petrie, see what’s... Read More

December 9,2016

BulletsTV Episode 2

In Episode 2 of BulletsTV we review all the action from Saturday night’s... Read More

Standings Panel

NBL 2016/17 Ladders

Team P W L %
Adelaide 36ers 23 16 7 103.88
Illawarra Hawks 22 12 10 100.82
Melbourne United 22 11 11 101.84
Sydney Kings 23 11 12 100.42
Perth Wildcats 21 10 11 98.89
New Zealand Breakers 22 10 12 98.62
Cairns Taipans 20 9 11 98.35
Brisbane Bullets 23 9 14 96.6

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Points Per Game

Melbourne United
Jerome Randle Adelaide 36ers 22.17
Kevin Dillard New Zealand Breakers 21.67
Casey Prather Perth Wildcats 20.40
Bryce Cotton Perth Wildcats 20.00

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Assists Per Game

Melbourne United
Ben Woodside New Zealand Breakers 5.50
Jerome Randle Adelaide 36ers 5.04
Kevin Dillard New Zealand Breakers 4.67
Casper Ware Melbourne United 4.42

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Rebounds Per Game

Brisbane Bullets
Josh Boone Melbourne United 7.83
Daniel Johnson Adelaide 36ers 7.67
Andrew Ogilvy Illawarra Hawks 7.09
Akil Mitchell New Zealand Breakers 6.68

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Steals Per Game

New Zealand Breakers
Kevin Lisch Sydney Kings 2.05
Damian Martin Perth Wildcats 2.00
Casey Prather Perth Wildcats 1.55
Greg Whittington Sydney Kings 1.52

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Player Profiles

  • College Vanderbilt Height 190cm Position Guard Pro Career 7 Years DOB 04/11/1987 Hometown Desoto, Texas NBL Rings 2014, 2016

    Jermaine Beal



    Jermaine Beal brings scoring punch and championship experience to the Bullets backcourt.

    In 2014 he was named to the All-NBL second team and was Finals MVP in the championship winning side. He won his second NBL championship ring in 2016, making history along the way by becoming the first NBL player to hit 10 three pointers in a 40 minute game.

    Nicknamed ‘Dolla’ Beal, his electrifying shooting will be a hit with fans, having hit 245 three point shots throughout his first 3 seasons in the league.

    Coach Bruton Says
    “Jermaine can defend and can score – he’s a big time player with a lot of wins under his belt.”

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    Player Stats

    Season Average

    30.77AVG MINS
    2.13AVG AS
    11.22AVG PTS
    2.52AVG REB
  • College AIS Height 188cm Position Guard Pro Career 11 years DOB 30/10/1986 Hometown Launceston, TAS NBL Rings 2007, 2009

    Adam Gibson



    Adam Gibson started his NBL career with the Bullets in 2005, and won a title as the first guard off the bench in his second season.

    In 2009 he moved onto the South Dragons and again tasted championship glory, whilst also winning the NBL Defensive Player of the Year award. After stints with the Gold Coast Blaze and captaining the Adelaide 36ers,  ‘Gibbo’ has established himself as one of the premier guards in the competition, earning multiple All-NBL selections and playing over 300 NBL games.

    In 2012, he represented Australia at the London Olympic games, one of many occasions that he has proudly represented his country.

    Welcomed back to his ‘NBL home’, Gibbo will be an integral part of the club leadership group, tying past success to the future goals of our resurgent Bullets on the court.

    Coach Lemanis says:
    “Adam is a proven performer at both the NBL and International level and I know he is committed to creating an environment which leads to success both on and off the court.”

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    Player Stats

    Season Average

    29.23AVG MINS
    3.76AVG AS
    9.81AVG PTS
    2.57AVG REB
  • College SOUTH CAROLINA UPSTATE Height 198cm Position Swingman Pro Career 2 years DOB 19/12/1990 Hometown Columbia, USA

    Torrey Craig



    In college, Torrey led his conference in scoring, was named player of the year and was an honorable mention All-American. In his first NBL season he collected a player of the week award and helped the Cairns Taipans go all the way to the 2014 Grand Final series.

    He was named MVP of the New Zealand National Basketball League in 2015. Currently playing for the Wellington Saints, Craig has been averaging 22 points and 10 rebounds per game and is shooting for back-to-back Most Valuable Player awards across the Tasman.

    Torrey is an athletic finisher from the wing and is bound to provide Bullets fans with highlight reel material in the coming season.

    Coach Lemanis Says:
    “Torrey can score in multiple ways and is an excellent offensive rebounder. He’s also very willing in defense which will align with the DNA of our team structure.”

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    Player Stats

    Season Average

    31.29AVG MINS
    1.52AVG AS
    14.26AVG PTS
    8AVG REB
  • College St Marys Height 206cm Position Forward Pro Career 3 Years DOB 6/8/1990 Hometown Brisbane, QLD High School Brisbane State High School

    Mitch Young



    After growing up in Brisbane and playing at Brisbane State High School, then the Australian Institute of Sport, Mitch went on to play NCAA basketball at St Marys, leading the West Coast Conference in field goal percentage.

    The 25-year-old power forward played 87 NBL games for Cairns in 2014 and 2015 including the 2014-15 grand final series. Young started in 12 games for Townsville last season and has played 99 total NBL games to date.

    Mitch plays QBL basketball locally, for the Logan Thunder.

    Coach Lemanis Says:
    “With the addition of Mitch we have a high quality spread of talent with plenty of flexibility in the front court. We were very pleased that he wanted to come home and play for Brisbane.”

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    Player Stats

    Season Average

    12.17AVG MINS
    0.26AVG AS
    5AVG PTS
    2.61AVG REB
  • College CQU Height 190cm Position Guard Pro Career 3 Years DOB 13/01/1991 Hometown Horsham, VIC

    Shaun Bruce



    A fast paced point guard, Bruce played for the Ballarat Miners in SEABL before heading to Cairns as a development player.

    He played four seasons at the Taipans from 2013 to 2016 and notched up 97 NBL games. In 2015 when Cairns made the grand final series, 24-year-old Bruce was ranked first in NBL in assists to turnover ratio.

    Coach Lemanis Says:
    “Shaun has proven NBL experience, but still has the prime time of his basketball career ahead and joining the Brisbane Bullets is an exciting opportunity for him.”

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    Player Stats

    Season Average

    17.78AVG MINS
    2.22AVG AS
    4.78AVG PTS
    1.48AVG REB
  • College Troy Height 211cm Position Centre Pro Career 3 Years DOB 04/02/1987 Hometown Kalgoorlie, WA NBL Rings 2014, 2016

    Tom Jervis



    Tom has recorded more blocked shots than any other NBL player during the last three seasons.

    Whilst he started his pro career late, winning the Rookie of the Year award in 2014; his championship experience in winning two rings with the Wildcats will prove invaluable to the Bullets.

    With a career field goal percentage of 52.5, Jervis is a handy finisher around the basket, whilst providing the best rim protection in the league at the defensive end.

    Coach Lemanis says:

    “I have observed Tom’s outstanding growth and development since coming into the NBL as a mature age rookie with great interest. He is a significant signing for us and brings a quality skill set to the Bullets.”

    “My experience with Tom at Boomers level gave me insight into his fine attributes as a person and that is important to us as a club. He will fit exceptionally well into both our offense and the defensive structures we’ll run.”

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    Player Stats

    Season Average

    15.66AVG MINS
    1AVG AS
    7.3AVG PTS
    4.7AVG REB
  • College St Marys Height 208cm Position Forward Pro Career 10 Years DOB 29/05/1983 Hometown Melbourne, VIC

    Daniel Kickert



    A First Team All NBL member in 2016, ‘Kicks’ brings exceptional talent to the Bullets as a big man able to stretch defenses due to his shooting ability.  In the 2015/16 NBL season he shot 52.5% from the field, 47.2% from three points and 90.5% from the free throw line.

    After attending St Marys college in California and graduating as the school’s all time leading scorer, Daniel played 8 years in the European leagues for Spanish, Polish and Ukranian teams.

    Daniel represented Australia at the 2006 FIBA World Cup and is a current Boomers squad member.

    Coach Lemanis says:
    “Daniel is a tremendous player, but just as importantly, a tremendous person that will help us establish and promote the club’s vision and values.”

    “I’m really pleased that he has chosen to join the Bullets family this season.”


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    Player Stats

    Season Average

    25.6AVG MINS
    2.26AVG AS
    12.91AVG PTS
    3.78AVG REB
  • College AIS Height 195cm Position Guard Pro Career Rookie DOB 08/02/1998 Hometown Gosford, NSW

    Matthew Kenyon



    Matt has been a member of the Basketball Australia/AIS centre of excellence and recently toured China with the emerging Boomers team.

    He has worked hard to develop excellent skills at both ends of the floor, which should enable him to compete immediately at the professional level. At just 18 years of age, the sky is the limit for his game as he adds further size & strength.

    Coach Bruton Says:
    “Matt is an outstanding junior with the ability to change the game at the defensive end of the floor, and has good size to go along with his great motor.”

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    Player Stats

    Season Average

    6.77AVG MINS
    0AVG AS
    1.5AVG PTS
    0.67AVG REB
  • Height 203cm Position Forward Pro Career 9 Years DOB 03/06/1983 Hometown Tenterfield, NSW

    Anthony Petrie



    Before joining the West Sydney Razorbacks for his first NBL season in 2007, Anthony was named back-to-back SEABL Most Valuable Player in 2006 & 2007, playing with the Canberra Gunners.

    Growing up in country NSW has served him well, with a blue collar work ethic and hard nosed defense defining his on court contribution.

    Named the NBL’s Most Improved Player whilst with the Gold Coast Blaze, ‘Peach’ has played 234 pro games with averages of 11 points and 6 rebounds and represented his country at the 2013 FIBA Oceania Championship.

    Coach Lemanis says:
    “Anthony is a savvy player that provides a great all-round package. Everyone who plays against him knows he’ll always aim up physically.”

    “He is a quality guy that will deliver a positive influence on the court and in the locker room.”

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    Player Stats

    Season Average

    15.71AVG MINS
    1.22AVG AS
    7.11AVG PTS
    3.06AVG REB
  • College NZBD Academy Height 198cm Position Swingman Pro Career 3 years DOB 14/10/1994 Hometown Auckland, NZ NBL Rings 2013, 2015

    Reuben TeRangi



    Reuben represented New Zealand in the 2013 and 2015 Oceania qualifiers and was part of two title runs with the Breakers, where he played 103 NBL games. Tall Blacks coach Paul Henare says that Terangi is one of the few players on the planet able to cover positions 1-4 on the court.

    A powerfully built & athletic swing man, he will still be only 21 years old when the Bullets 2016/17 campaign begins.

    With the depth of experience he has already acquired early in his career, there is no doubt that Reuben’s best basketball is still ahead of him and the youngster is sure to be a fan favourite of the Brisbane crowd.

    Coach Lemanis Says:
    “I know wholeheartedly that Reuben will fit well in terms of the club’s values. As well as that, he possesses a willingness to learn and a strong work ethic.”

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    Player Stats

    Season Average

    11.8AVG MINS
    0.5AVG AS
    2.65AVG PTS
    1.35AVG REB
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