Next Gen headline Boomers squad
The Australian Boomers have named a 17-player squad for the first training camp under new Head Coach Andrej Lemanis ahead of the 2013 Sino-Australia Challenge.
Lemanis has put together a squad sporting some of the brightest young stars in Australian basketball coupled with the NBL's elite for the five-day camp at the Western Australian Basketball Centre in Perth.
Additional players are expected to be added to the squad in the build-up to the training camp.
Australian Boomers Squad - 2013 Sino-Australia Challenge
Name / Height / Position / DOB / Club
Adam Gibson / 188cm / Guard / 30 Oct 1986 / Adelaide 36ers (NBL)
Jason Cadee / 186cm / Guard / 15 Apr 1991 / Adelaide 36ers (NBL)
Mitch Norton / 180cm / Guard / 1 Apr 1993 / Townsville Crocodlies (NBL)
Ben Madgen / 193cm / Guard / 7 Feb 1985 / Sydney Kings (NBL)
Chris Goulding / 192cm / Guard / 24 Oct 1988 / Melbourne Tigers (NBL)
Brendan Teys / 188cm / Guard / 22 Feb 1990 / Southern District Spartans (QBL)
Clint Steindl / 201cm / Guard-Forward / 15 Mar 1989 / Cairns Taipans (NBL)
Owen Odigie / 196cm / Guard-Forward / 18 Jan 1993 / Melbourne Tigers (NBL)
Jesse Wagstaff / 203cm / Forward / 30 Apr 1986 / Perth Wildcats (NBL)
Anthony Petrie / 203cm/ Forward / 3 June 1983 / Adelaide 36ers (NBL)
Daniel Johnson / 212cm / Forward-Centre / 2 Apr 1988 / Adelaide 36ers (NBL)
Cody Ellis / 203cm / Forward / 24 Apr 1990 / Saint Louis University (USA)
Venky Jois / 201cm / Forward / 7 Jul 1993 / Eastern Washington University (USA)
Luke Nevill / 218cm / Centre / 19 Feb 1986 / Townsville Crocodiles (NBL)
Cameron Bairstow / 206cm / Forward / 7 Dec 1990 / University of New Mexico (USA)
Andrija Dumovic / 208cm / Forward-Centre / 18 Apr 1993 / BA National Centre of Excellence
Mitchell Young / 206cm / Forward / 6 Aug 1990 / Saint Mary’s College (USA)
Surprisingly weak team