Anonymous
Last year

Ranking Australia’s current basketballers


1. Ben Simmons
2. Joe Ingles
3. Patty Mills
4. Aron Baynes
5. Matthew Dellavedova
6.Dante Exum
7. Jason Cadee
8. Andrew Bogut
9. Thon Maker
10. Ryan Broekhoff


I predict Joe Ingles will be top of this list by end of season and Exum to move to rank 5.

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Anonymous  
Last year

I'm glad Cadee got a mention in this list. Could see him being top 3 with another Bullets last-place finish.

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Anonymous  
Last year

no 7, are you joking ?
Also delly should swap spot with Exum, exum is just much better than delly right now.

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Ben  
Last year

Cadee is too low on that list.

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BeeGee  
Last year

Shane, is that you?

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Anonymous  
Last year

No Kyrie? Cotton? Harry Froling?

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anon  
Last year

Teys game last night didn't do enough to sneak into the Top 10?

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Anonymous  
Last year

Here we go, another list

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KET  
Last year

That list is a total car crash.

Cadee should be #1.

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Cashy  
Last year

Agree with the list, pretty well spot on. Maybe swap out Maker with Creek

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Anonymous  
Last year

Not a bad list. I'd probably have Cadee at 9 though because he has been a bit streaky this season but has a high ceiling.

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No Bolden. G league star.

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Anonymous  
Last year

Just quietly with his current form Tim Coenerad could be pushing for a place on this list by seasons end.

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Jick  
Last year

Cameron Bairstow is putting up 6.8ppg in EuroCup.

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Top 30 player is Bairstow.

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Anonymous  
Last year

Funny old fellow is Humphrey.

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twenty four  
Last year

The lack of Moller makes this list worthless.

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He's an amazing old Bear.

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Anonymous  
Last year

In 2 years, the list might look like this

1. Ben Simmons
2. Dante Exum
3. Josh Green
4. Makur Maker
5. Thon Maker
6. Patty Mills
7. Aron Baynes
8. Joe Ingles
9. Matthew Dellavedova
10. Ryan Broekhoff

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The way some people on here crap on I'm surprised Moller isn't in the NBA..

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Anonymous  
Last year

Thon had better get a wriggle on, 55 at present on a good day.

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Anonymous  
Last year

Magnay and Cadee if commentary is right.

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paul  
Last year

No Jayson Wells?

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Anonymous  
Last year

From news.com

Australian NBA superstars have pledged about $1.1m towards bushfire relief and recovery.

The nine-strong contingent includes Aron Baynes (Phoenix), Jonah Bolden and Ben Simmons (Philadelphia), Ryan Broekhoff (Dallas), Matthew Dellavedova and Dante Exum (Cleveland), Joe Ingles (Utah), Thon Maker (Detroit) and Patty Mills (San Antonio).

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Anonymous  
Last year

^that's Australia's top basketballers

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